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Hard to pay for this kind of treatment.

Do not attempt to have a conversation with mr. Poe. You will be bewildered with an argument. The two unfortunate conversations I have had with him had me walking away shaking my head. The park setup is atrocious. Half of the utility connections are on the wrong side, so bring extra hose and a long extension cord. What appears to be a quiet park on the banks of the river is deceiving. The train will rattle you out of your bed at night and you can count on the VFW accross the river to blare their music so loud you can't hear yourself talking. While taking a stroll be aware of the many piles of goose excrament. But mainly beware of mr. Poes dimwitedness and argumentative personality.

Date of Stay:
 May, 2012
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Camp in Oldest Town in Tennessee

Oldest town in Tennessee and Home of Daniel Boone and Davey Crockett. The park is located near a water park plus the local senior center and the towns Headstart for kids. All sites are equipped with 50/30/20 amp electric, water and sewage. There is no wifi or cable but had success with satellite signal. The park is located on the side of the mountain for a decent view. The entrance is up a very steep hill. I had no problem leveling the RV on the gravel pad. Most pads looked to be fairly level and all are gravel. The Old Downtown is about 5 minutes from the camp and provides for some good shopping and walking through old buildings. I spent a month here and enjoyed the people and the local restaurants.

Date of Stay:
 December, 2010
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A real campground

This campground is very quiet and the campingspots are spacious. Where I have seen 20 rv's parked in tight spaces at other parks this park in the same amount of space has 3 spots. There is a Marina to rent boats for fishing or recreation, boat ramp, swimming area and one of the USA's first designated hiking trails on the Mountain Island known as Sugarloaf. There is Blanchard Springs Cavern less than an hour away and the Dam that makes the lake a reality was dedicated by President John F. Kennedy and is about a half hour drive. There is a lot more to do but you can always get peace and quiet at this very safe park.

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