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Old 09-30-2016, 09:19 PM   #15
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Hi Scott, I was on #35 for 3 weeks, and site #72 for 1 week, it was hot during my visit, so I would go on the back side of the Coach when no one was on #36 to get shade........here is a picture of #36 and the fire place you will have to enjoy......have fun!

If anyone is planning on visiting Anchor Down, I have a lot of picture's of the place and the site's.........if you want to see a picture of it before booking.........I just might have it.......
i will be going down oct 23 for a week site 146
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Old 10-01-2016, 12:33 AM   #16
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i will be going down oct 23 for a week site 146
thank jeff
Here is #146 Jeff.....
2nd photo is a view of the sites to the right of it.
Enjoy your stay!!
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Here is another fabulous restaurant to go to in Newport, TN while visiting Anchor Down...... http://www.foxhounds127.com/
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Here is #146 Jeff.....
2nd photo is a view of the sites to the right of it.
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How difficult is the drive to get there? Steep, curvy, narrow? I am not comfortable with mountain roads so was just wondering...
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Which pull-through sites would you recommend?
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How difficult is the drive to get there? Steep, curvy, narrow? I am not comfortable with mountain roads so was just wondering...
Follow the directions they offer, I-40 to exit 412, Deep Springs road is a 2 lane country road, from I-40 the resort is 3.9 miles..........very easy drive..........I had my enclosed trailer with me and I am 70' long.......no problems at all.
Site #133 is a really long pull through, and you can pull into it from ether direction, facing south at the lake or north into the resort.....the other pull throughs are smaller and in the same row at the other end of the row.......you can see what I mean when you look at the map.... http://www.anchordownrvresort.com/reservations/ ,
the other pull throughs are on top of the hill and they all face north when in them.
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Follow the directions they offer, I-40 to exit 412, Deep Springs road is a 2 lane country road, from I-40 the resort is 3.9 miles..........very easy drive..........I had my enclosed trailer with me and I am 70' long.......no problems at all.
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Deep Sprimg road is straight, a right turn on TN 139 and you are there.........

No worries.....

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I'll be there in November.. thanks for the weather update... can't wait for the fireplace on chilly nights... how's site #19?
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I'll be there in November.. thanks for the weather update... can't wait for the fireplace on chilly nights... how's site #19?
This is what the pull-throughs look like on top of the hill.......some one was in #19, so I did not take a photo of the site, but here is your fire place your are going to stay warm by........on #19.........they are all a work of art!
Being on the only fireplace pull-though in that row and being on the end of that row, there is a beautiful landscape/flower bed in your front yard.........not to sure about the flower's in November though
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That's so much for the pics!!! Can't wait!!
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We're contemplating booking a group trip here. Any advice from anyone who's been here with a group? We can be flexible as far as time of year, but I'm thinking fall would be our first choice. The group would probably consist of about 6-10 units. Best sites to request?? Suggestions for things to see and do in the area would also be appreciated. Thanks!
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I'll be there in November.. thanks for the weather update... can't wait for the fireplace on chilly nights... how's site #19?
You will love site 19.

It comes with wonderful views.

In August when we were there, we were also up "on the ridge" but in site 7, just across from 19, sort of.

Every afternoon, storms would develop in the mountains and they were spectacular to watch and sometimes come across Douglas Lake. Not sure how it will be in the Fall other than beautiful colors.

One suggestion, rent a golf cart, unless you already have one. The place is very hilly - and if you want to go down by the pool or lake, not sure if the pool will be open, it is all down hill. If the pool is closed and you have no reason to go down by the lake, you'll be set. It is walkable BTW, but I think fairly steep walk in places.

We are in site 23 next year.........

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