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68 RV Parks near Sevierville, Tennessee
Jul 2019 - $40.00
Super nice folks in a pretty area. Stayed an extra day to take in more sights. Nice shower. Sites are very close together and you are near your neighbors sewer. Lucky us we had empty spots on both sides. - RMBRMB
Sep 2018 - $40.00
Stayed a few nights during Wing Ding. Park was nice, got crowded for Labor Day weekend. Nearby Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg are very busy towns. - RichnSandy
Nov 2017 - $35.00
Our rate was for a monthly stay. We first started down in the "permanent" area which was a mud pit when it rained and the permanent residents were not held to any standards. MANY items around their campsites, not clean. We then moved closer to the front, which was a great improvement. However, as the rain continued maybe every other day, we were still dealing with way too much mud. So, we decided to move to another CG. Because we'd paid for the month, this meant we were double paying for 2 weeks. When we left I spoke with the owner and explained that we had some packages coming from Amazon and we'd stop back to pick them up, was this ok? She said yes. I did not complain about the park as I know we had chosen to stay at this more economical location and expected some issues. The thing that upset me was after we left and our deliveries were attempted by Amazon, she refused them. Yep, even after we'd talked. All items were returned and now we're dealing with the fall out from this. I totally understand that people don't want to be responsible for our items, but she really should have explained this when I asked upon leaving. - Tonya DeWeese
Sep 2019 - $55.00
We have stayed and tried to stay in this park many times over the years. No more. Again, we were told that we could have a site for 4 nights but get there and they can only give us one night and it was a corner site next to a pole that was really too small for our RV. Told take it or leave it. We appear to be bumped for a rally. We moved the next day to a much nicer and less expensive park in Sevierville. - mhmama
Sep 2019 - $54.00
Big park on the river. Close to Pigeon Forge but not so close you get blocked in from traffic. We stay here often as it's sites are nice size, location to all the attractions, friendly people, nice pool and nice dog parks. Gatlinburg is just a short 10 mile drive from here. - tooters74
May 2019 - $49.00
Clean, quiet and yet very close to everything - Lifetimer
Oct 2019 - $52.00
Pros: The roads are wide and easy to navigate. Located about 4.5 miles from I-40. Cons: The sites and interior roads are large gravel which make a lot of noise as trucks, cars, and RVs pull in and out. Many of the sites are quite far from the bathhouse(s). In our case, we were 0.25 miles one way. Sites are very close together such that you are very close to your neighbor's septic. Most picnic tables are severely warped and in need of repair / replacement. This is an extremely busy area and it is difficult to get anywhere without waiting a very long time at lights. We will not come here again. - Cape Cod kayaker
Sep 2019 - $43.00
Nice park. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We had a pull thru (205) and the utilities were within easy reach. The sites are pretty close and I think we would only have a couple feet between our awning and the slides on the camper next door. They have a nice fenced dog play area. - N8MD
Aug 2019 - $40.00
This is one of the nicest campgrounds we have ever stayed in! It is close to Sevierville & Pigeon Forge, but it is far enough away to be quiet and somewhat out of the congestion. The grounds are beautifully kept. The sites are gravel with concrete pads. Ours had shade as do most in the front section. The sites are all pretty close together, but that doesn't bother us. In fact, we enjoyed meeting and visiting with our neighbors! There is a section on one side that has their seasonal residents. The back section is huge with lots more pull-throughs. The sites on the river are back-ins. The office staff is extremely friendly and helpful. The bathrooms are immaculate! - Ann Rogers
Jan 2018 - $31.00
We rated this as a 6 overall in comparison to other campgrounds nationwide. However, if we were to compare it to local campgrounds, it would be an 8 or so. Most campgrounds in the area were packed in, with not much space between sites. This campground had better spacing between sites, and great prices comparatively. The office area looked a bit run down with a lot of stuff sitting outside. Perhaps they were undergoing a winter cleaning, but I don't think so. There were a lot of permanent residents, but ample space for temporary visitors. It was quiet, with exception to the road noise. Most campgrounds we saw had this problem, however. Sites were neat and clean. The bathroom was odd, in that it had a sign that stated that campers should be using their own bathrooms. Given the freezing temperatures, that wasn't going to happen! The owner was very nice, and we enjoyed talking to her. - RVerFamily
Oct 2013 - $32.00
The park has pull through and back in gravel sites and cable. This is a nice park in the country and 1/2 hour from Cades Cove. Verizon good, Wi-Fi fair and road noise was at a minimum. Beautiful mountain views. Love this area. - Tim M.
Jul 2010 - $13.00
This is a nice, quiet park about 10-15 minutes outside of Sevierville. The people are friendly. TV reception was hit and miss, but we didn't go to the area to sit and watch television. No playground equipment or pool, but we are retired so not an issue for us. If you're looking for plenty of stuff to entertain kids with, this is not the place for you. But, if you just want a small, friendly park then this is a little gem. We would not hesitate to stay here again. Rate is for CCUSA. - AuntSmurf
Aug 2017 - $55.00
Class A motorhome ownership park off Apple Valley Road in a nice quiet area away from the tourist mess of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. We had a pull in site on the east side of the road. Only 18 sites, some of which are not for rent. Great WiFi. Good utilities. Only down side was our site was showing its age a bit. Missing stones in fire pit area, coach house had carpenter bees. (No access to coach house on our site) Part of Hidden Mountain, a house rental resort. Beautiful pool at rental office. - cincychic
Nov 2016 - $55.00
We stayed at The Dell Motorcoach Resort during Thanksgiving week. While the town was packed and the main roads were gridlock much of the time, The Dell sits quietly back at the foot of the hills. This ownership resort is quite small, and offers no amenities other than comfortable and spacious full hookup campsites, but it is perfect for a motorcoach visit to the Pigeon Forge area. The staff is very nice. Garbage pickup is not scheduled but anything left at the street is picked up during the day. Satellite reception was fine. One BIG benefits was the strong, fast, free wifi provided. We would absolutely stay here again. We are deeply sorry for the loss so many people suffered in the recent fires, but The Dell was not affected by them. - expdek570
Jul 2016 - $60.00
This is a very small RV park, about 18 spaces. It is part of the Hidden Mountain Resort facility.
We stayed on a concrete pad site with a small cabana/shed and a stone fire pit. The site was clean, had lots of privacy due to the plants. All the sites are different, some are gravel, some are grass, some are concrete.
The electric box did not have a breaker shut off and the water connection was about five inches off the ground.
We didn't use the fire pit as it was in the high 90's the week were there.
No pool unless there was one for the cabins and cottages.
The only caution I have, is to come into the park via 441 and Apple Valley Rd. You will reach the Dell before you get to the check in office. Pull into the long drive for the Dell and unhook your tow, then drive to the check in. There is no room to turn your rig around and the road is super narrow. Other than that, it was a great stay and we would stay there again if we in that area. - Renee666
Aug 2019 - $125.00
We recently stayed in a one of the "Tiny Houses". It was terrific. The facilities are beautiful and clean and the location is ideal. Away from the hustle and bustle of Pigeon Forge but close and convenient. The tiny house was well stocked, modern appliances, great furniture and amenities. If you are in an RV and want friends to visit without having them stay in your unit, the tiny houses are ideal, so much better than a motel or condo. Great for two people. Looking forward to our next visit. - Xintec
Aug 2019 - $69.00
New, beautiful park close to all local attractions. Large concrete sites with plenty of room between RVs. Great place for a Rally with large meeting facilities. Friends stayed in one of their tiny homes and were very impressed with views and accommodations. - KHR
Jun 2019 - $70.00
Phase 1 opened Memorial Day weekend in 2019. There are a total of 49 spaces in Phase 1. Phase 1 also includes 5 adorable tiny homes to rent. Phase 2 is being built now to include more RV sites and Safari Glamping tents. I see three of those being built. Sites are level stamped concrete with full hook ups and 50A. Grass in between sites and new trees planted, so no shade yet. The registration office was on old church so it is huge, staff extremely friendly and helpful. Full fitness center, bathrooms and laundry. Also a very large pool with hot tub, a nice playground and a kids room inside the building. When you pull into the registration area there are three spaces for you to park your rig - but - it is a very tight turn to get into those spots. I do not think we could of even gotten into the far left lane if the other two were full. Sites 1-16 (in red on the map) are down lower and you do get a lot of road traffic from a main road behind them (which you don't see on the map). I thought site 5, which we're in now, was in the back of the park. Nope, up front and by a pretty busy street. Wifi works great! There are wifi antennas all over the park. - One Main Street at a Time
Oct 2019 - $70.00
This is a fairly new place and it is kept very clean. The hookups are in nearly new condition and the pads are level concrete. The staff was very nice and organized. I wish the spaces had more side privacy, but being able to look out of the front windshield and see a nice river just makes my day. Although we didn't use them, the baths looked very nice and there is also a playground and pool. - Newmar Ken
Sep 2019 - $60.00
Although it's a bit removed from the busy touristy Smoky Mountain attractions, this really is the nicest park in the area. We camped on the river side and had a beautiful view of the French Broad river. The park is nicely appointed and neat as a pin! Very convenient to get to, and well worth the rate. Friendly neighbors and staff. We'll be back! - John K
Jul 2019 - $69.00
Fantastic! Spent a week here to tour the area and it was an excellent choice. Located at the beginning of the Sevierville-Pigeon Forge-Gatlinburg strip before the traffic gets heavy. Gorgeous landscaping, super wide & long concrete pads, quiet & dark at night. Had a river view site and it was lovely! CG is directly behind Smokey Mountain Knife Works, an easy walk. Plenty of quiet streets surrounding the property to walk the dog. Worth the price! - Flying Mantis
Oct 2018 - $69.00
Good clean park. Exterior spots have more room. Clean bathrooms. Good views convenient to edge of Great Smokey Mountain park. Only downside is you must access from Pigeon Forge side which means slogging through the traffic. Price is comparable to rest of area.
Ping pong table air hockey and common room TV and library were nice touch. All needs some light maintenance though. Good wifi. Cable signal weak and a little fuzzy. - TnCampersx4
Sep 2018 - $54.00
Friendly staff and fellow campers in a nice campground. Some pull/thrus, mostly back-ins, all gravel and level. We staid in one of the slots near the entrance and they were extremely roomy. Utilities good, including WiFi, cable and cell service. Small camp store onsite, and a pool and game room w/TV. Situated nicely between Pigeon Forge and Smoky Mountain NP. - darwinmoore
Jul 2018 - $25.00
Love this immaculate, quiet, and very reasonably priced park located in the heart of Wears Valley. Nightly rate is based on a month stay and compared to area parks it can't be beat. The people that work in the office are terrific. The park is 8 miles from the hustle and bustle of Pigeon Forge but there are great places to eat within walking distance of the park. We had a premium concrete pull thru with lovely green grass and tidy shrubs. These sites come with a picnic table, concrete patio and fire pit. The pool is salt water and very nice sized. Clean laundry and game room with ping pong and a few treadmills. The only thing lacking is a fenced dog run - but there are plenty of places to walk dogs.
Mentioned in an older review but worth mentioning again: if you have a big rig, come in from Pigeon Forge not Townsend. The road from Townsend is VERY curvy and while it can be done, is a big headache. We can't wait to come back again. - jjones5996
May 2019 - $29.00
Honey wagon available but no full hook ups. Staff was on top of cleaning up the sites as people left, very clean and well kept. - Ski6
May 2019 - $21.00
The campground is a little ways off the beaten path. Two lane and narrow. It's best to Google Map it first in satellite to get a good feel of the route. Our GPS took us to some very scary traveling conditions; sharp turns, very narrow back roads. Once we got to the campground, its a beautiful location overlooking the headwater side of Douglas Dam. Campground is very well maintained by staff. Day use area has a very nice picnic area with a swimming beach. Our campsite was up on a hill with good view of the lake. It was level, long site and a nice shade tree. Sites 7-40 are hilly and not level. Sites 45-65 are level and along the water. No sites had sewer hookup but the park has a honey wagon and a nice dump station. Verizon good, T-Mobile iffy. The campground is about 5 miles from Sevierville and about 7 miles from Pigeon Forge. We would definitely stay here again. - Land Wanderer
Oct 2018 - $25.00
This is a really nice TVA campground on Douglas Lake, similar to a Corps of Engineers campground. Gravel sites are mostly back-in, there are some long pull-throughs. Sites are roomy, mostly level, with shade and grass; many sites have lake views. There is a boat launch, swim beach, hiking trail, neatly mowed grass areas, and a camp store that sells soft-serve ice cream. This campground is a short drive from Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, etc.; yet is a quiet getaway from all the traffic mess. The only negative is the dump station; which is set up to dump on the way in, rather than the way out; making the sharp turn was difficult for our big rig. Other than that, this is a great campground; we would definitely stay again. - FranM
Sep 2019 - $61.00
Great place to stay! Smaller park (29 sites) but very clean & beautiful. Right on Little Pigeon River w/ GREAT fishing! HIGHLY recommend! - Gassman
Aug 2019 - $51.00
We stayed 15 nights on Bonnie & Clyde #16 w/full hookups, cable, very easy to back into, level w/a picnic table, huge umbrella, fire rings and charcoal grill. We had plenty of space between us and the campers on each side. Owners are welcoming fantastic owners, who truly wanted us to enjoy our stay! Campground is fenced, gated w/security code 24/7, well lit Park. The picnic tables are heavy and were reclaimed, milled & built from red oaks from the Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge area fires several years ago by the owner. What a great use local natural resources that otherwise would have gone to waste! He also made the fire rings & charcoal grills himself. They designed and built most of the campground themselves w/great detail touches and pieces throughout. Mountain Waterhole is a one of a kind great place to beat the heat! Very creative. We saw the bald eagle perched in a tree on the campground, pretty cool! Site sizes vary with quite a few on the river w/hammocks gliders or swings and sites are kept clean and maintained. It is a great place to stay off the congested areas with easy access to Veterans and other roads that take you to the hustle and bustle of Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Newport when you want it. We have stayed at other campgrounds in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge in the past 20 years and have decided Duvall in the Smokies is the best & will be our "home base" from now on! See you next trip, thank you! - Smoney
Aug 2019 - $46.00
This is a beautiful, small park located on the Little Pigeon River. Many of the sites are right up against the banks of the river with hammocks included! You could not ask for more friendly and helpful owners. I am new to camping and the owner showed up at my door upon arriving and totally walked me through the hook-up process. I now know that I am ready for all of my adventures. I have also watched him help others into their sites. They are also very accommodating if you run into any problems. The park is behind a gas station for easy access to gas, diesel and great food. Being in this park gives you easy access to all of the attractions of the area without all of the tourist traffic. The park also provides kayaks and tubes for floating on the river. Park also has propane, ice and a very nice laundry. Do not waste your vacation time in traffic but give this park, Duvall in the Smokies, a try. A great "base" campground for seeing Dollywood, dinner shows in Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains - Tamera