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Volunteer Park Family Campground, Heiskell, Tennessee

Date of Stay: April, 2006 - $15.00
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The campground was clean enough, but has seen better days as far as accommodating newer rigs that are longer and with multiple slides. We arrived in a 34' triple slide 5'er and had to make several tries getting into our site. (we have been RV'ing since 1976-not newcomers) The restrooms were clean and wi-fi was strong at our site. Only about 4-5 sites are "super-sites" that will accommodate a rig over 35'. Many trees make access to parking hazardous. Scars on the trees attest to the difficulty people have in parking and leaving their site. Parking at our site was very tight with the dually and the concrete pads on most sites were short and sharply sloped on the exit end. One motorhome when leveled had both front tires off the ground approximately 2". Trees need to be thinned to allow better access and many of the concrete pads need to be lengthened. A good number of permanent residents occupy sites throughout the park and many of the rigs are in marginal condition. Security did not seem to be a problem, however. Road conditions were rough with small berms formed across many of the roads to divert water in rainy conditions. We were advised to keep our speed down in the park so we would not "rearrange our dishes." Noise from the freeway did not seem noticeable. The rate we paid was a Passport America rate. We camped at Volunteer Park Family Campground in a Fifth Wheel.


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