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Date of Stay:
October, 2017 -
Beautiful wooded campground with spacious shady spots. We stayed a total of 6 nights in spots 5, 42, and 25. We liked each spot. The lake is clean with a nice sandy beach swimming area. There is also a very nice playground. We enjoyed riding bicycles. We used the bath house everyday and it was always clean. They have a washer and dryer behind the bath house. It costs 1.00 to wash and 1.00 to dry. I used these because we stayed 2 extra days. You will need quarters for them, there is not a change machine. All sites are paved. Each has a picnic table, fire pit with grate, and lantern pole. Each has water and electric but no sewer hookups. There is a boat ramp with parking area. The staff was nice and helpful. We will stay here again when visiting the Nashville area. We camped at Seven Points Campground COE in a Motorhome.
We visited the Nashville Zoo, Andrew Jackson's Hermitage, Belmont Mansion, and Belle Meade Plantation. It usually took us between 22 to 35 minutes to get there. I recommend using the avoid highway option on your gps. It seems like there is always heavy traffic.
Date of Stay:
June, 2017 -
The campground is very shady and wooded. We camped at site 35. Our 40 foot motorhome fit with room to park our toad in front. Website stated this site is 74' and site 38 is 94 feet. They are both closer to 60 feet. There are some lower hanging branches coming into the campground that need trimmed. Inside the campground all roads are paved. Be careful some trees are very close to the road. Campsites are spacious with plenty of pavement beside motorhome for chairs, tables, bikes, etc. Concrete table, fire pit and lantern hook. Bath houses are roomy. This is not a gated campground. The swimming pool is not in this area but across the highway. It is like a public pool and the day we went there, they had 4 bus loads of kids. The campground host said it is better after 2pm. Admission to pool for 5 was 12.50, which is half off for campers, you just need to tell them your campsite number and last name. Duck River was muddy from all the rain, so we did not swim in the river. Bike riding was fun. Nice playground. Huge sand area with toys and dump trucks provided. We camped at Henry Horton State Park in a Motorhome.
We visited Murfeesboro and Franklin, both are roughly a 45 minute drive. Oaklands mansion in Murfeesboro was amazing. We also enjoyed Go USA fun park. We played putt putt and games here. They also have go carts, a driving range, and batting cages.
Date of Stay:
June, 2015 -
This is a beautiful shaded campground with plenty of trees and privacy. Sites are large, each site has a pea graveled area with table, fire ring, grill, and lantern post. Our first night was lakefront #89, a back-in. It is across from a marina, so there is boat traffic. Our other site #98 was also lakefront, a pull-through site. Boat traffic was frequent. There were lots of boats, so I think you should expect this if you stay during the summer and choose a lakefront site. The swimming area and beach were very nice. Sand extends all the way to the roped of area and gradually slopes like a swimming pool. All of us loved the swimming area. There is also a nice playground geared more for toddlers to age 8. There is parking at the bath house/restroom. The one closest to us, was a shower toilet combo, and only has 2 units. One thing I loved in the shower, was a small shower underneath the adult spout. You turned a lever and it would switch from the top to the lower, which is wonderful if you have small children to wash. It made bath time a lot easier for me because there was not soapy water getting in their eyes. The roads are nicely paved and are excellent for bike riding. Gates do lock at 10:30 pm. We have a large family so using the shower in the RV fills our tanks quickly even when used in moderation. There are no sewer hookups at any of the sites. This was the one and only complaint because you have to drive to the dump station. It is by the front gate and accommodates 2 at a time. There is also laundry facilities. We loved it here, and it is our favorite so far. We camped at McKinney Campground COE in a Motorhome.
Civil War and Locomotive museum in Kennesaw was great. Tellus Science museum in Cartersville; we did not get there this time but will next time.
Date of Stay:
May, 2015 -
We stayed here 3 nights in our classic 1983 Holiday Rambler motorhome that is in excellent, like new condition on the inside and out. It is a 33 foot imperial with no slides. There was only one other motorhome that was older than ours and maybe one or 2 from the 90's. All the motorhomes were extreme luxury coaches with slides everywhere, $200,000 and up, we felt totally out of place. We were in a back in, on the creek. The kids loved the creek, it is not deep, and you would have to lay down to get completely wet. The site is concrete with table and fire pit. Not much privacy, sites are close. There is only a little grass and a bush or two between camping sites. The pool was very nice and clean. The shower house was amazing, felt like you were in a mansion. Showers were beautifully tiled and super clean. You were able to adjust the thermostat to your comfort level. Bathrooms were clean and very nice. The owners of this campground also own the hotel across the road and you are allowed to also use the pools over there. It is a short walk. You check in, get your pass, and enjoy the heated indoor and outdoor pools, lazy river, and hot tubs. We went swimming every night and were the only ones out there. We got used to it but felt very much out of our league, so even though this is a very nice place, this is probably our one and only stay. We camped at Pine Mountain RV Park in a Motorhome.
You are close to everything on the main road through Pigeon Forge.