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Old 09-20-2008, 01:46 PM   #1
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Has anyone camped in these area lately that could recommend a nice quiet uncrowded campground? Its been 6-8 years since we've been there and the CG was right in town, just off the main street, behind a business, crowded, and very noisy. We will probably be there shortly after Halloween. As I see noted someone posted about the drought in the area, just wondering if that will devastate the fall colors if there are any left by that time? Hoping the traffic will have subsided somewhat by then too.
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Has anyone camped in these area lately that could recommend a nice quiet uncrowded campground? Its been 6-8 years since we've been there and the CG was right in town, just off the main street, behind a business, crowded, and very noisy. We will probably be there shortly after Halloween. As I see noted someone posted about the drought in the area, just wondering if that will devastate the fall colors if there are any left by that time? Hoping the traffic will have subsided somewhat by then too.
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Old 09-20-2008, 04:15 PM   #3
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We stayed at Riverside in Sevierville in the last week or so. (new section) Handled the 40 foot rig fine, but sites could be a bit wider. Gravel pad and concrete patio.
River Plantation is closer into town but the traffic is heavier as well. I believe RP has free wifi
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We stayed at River Plantation lot #434 backed by the river. Your rig is on gravel with concrete patio plenty wide.The place is well kept and quiet, even with the car show going in in Pigeon Forge. Some of the trees were changing. We were there Sept 5 thru the 12th. We will go back.
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Old 09-20-2008, 09:21 PM   #5
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Thanks for the suggestions guys.
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Old 09-21-2008, 03:14 PM   #6
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Wagonmaster2, hello, just a quick note to let you know that we stayed in Sevierville in June at the Eagle's Nest Campground. The sites were large and it was very nice there. Nice group of people and workers there. The campground was very clean as were the bathrooms and pool. The sites were large and they also had pull through sites and handicap sites. There is a creek that runs down the side of the campground and when we were there, there were baby ducks with the mother. We had a fantastic time, just a short ways from the main drag and the trolley runs past. Cost with Passport was around $15 per night. Hope that you have a nice visit in the area. Enjoy, be safe...J
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not recent but we stayed at Two Rivers Landing last May. Our site was concrete, lots of room between others and had a awesome view of the river out the front of the MH. While sitting on the patio every night we saw a bald eagle fly along the river bank...it was like watching a miracle.
http://www.tworiversrvresort.com/
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Yup, River Plantation is your best bet.
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Thanks Simmons - That sound like the kind of place I'd like to stay at, especially since its a Passport Park.
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