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Asked by reubenray374 | October 16, 2017
Answer: Probably not any ... we had a 37' 5th wheel and F350 Crew Cab Dually and it was extremely tight. We had to park the truck beside the trailer and could barely get into the trailer. I would phone the park and ask them your question. Perhaps they have a few special spaces for larger RVs.
Shadowberr | October 16, 2017
Answer: We just stayed there in our 43' coach with Jeep. The edge site we were in fit us fine. We had just enough space for the coach and the car. We were in site 9.
Gary Gilliam | June 28, 2018
Answer: Hey Reuben,
Actually Sites 15 through 39 are pull-through, we have stayed in many of these, we like #18, 19.31 & 32 because they are end sites but last time we had 34 and it is a good site, quiet back there. If you can get #61 or #62 jump on it, best two sites in the entire park, they are in a little circle and there's only 2 sites and they are both away from all other sites, it is excellent if you are meeting friends that have a coach because both you and them are secluded away from all other sites. By the way, 61 & 62 are back-in sites but well worth the extra effort! #15 through #18 are great because there is no one in front of you.
GA-RVers | October 16, 2017
Answer: There is very Few Sites where you could leave your car hooked up. Site 60 might suit you.
Biggyrat | October 16, 2017
Answer: It is going to be tight for all. We are thinking something on the river sites would fit better. They are back in sites . The pull through in the middle would harder. We are thinking river site toward the end would be better. We have a 27 ft 5er and a 250 ford. It was hard for us. We quit staying there because it is so tight. It will depend how the people are parked across from you.
flipper | October 17, 2017
Answer: The best answer is the pull through sites are the largest for you length coach and toad
crawford | October 17, 2017
Answer: Hello. I would suggest contacting the office. They are very good about putting rigs in the correct size site. We were in Site 5 which I don't think would fit a 45 ft altho Site 2, 3 and 6 might. The pull thru sites were booked when we called so not familiar with those. It's a very nice park.
Jim and Susan | October 20, 2017
Answer: Most likely the sites along the creek would be your best option. They are wider as well so you can park along side your rv if needed. Enjoy pigeon forge!
galbud | October 21, 2017