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Old 08-24-2012, 03:05 PM   #1
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Smokey mountains

Where to stay in the smokies that doesnt cost more the $40 a night with a class A. Doesn't have to be close to anything just clean n safe
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Old 08-24-2012, 03:15 PM   #2
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You can forget it during Labor Day. After that you can take your pick
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Smokey Mountains covers a lot of territory. Narrow it down a little and you may get more responses.

Lots of campgrounds in that price range in Georgia, S. Carolina, N. Carolina, Tennessee

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We want to ride motorcycle around. Also take the side by side trail riding !!
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Fort Tatham in Sylva is nice. Small campground, they take Passport America. We stayed a week this summer for $148.00.
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Why is this in the Forum Issues area?

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Pretty much any forest service campground in the smokies will meet your needs. We stayed at two, one cost $15 & the other $23. The $23 was only 6 miles from Asheville (Lake Powhatan) and round the corner from the Blue Ridge Parkway...lovely spot!
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I have moved this thread to the appropriate forum.

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HI,

There are a few campgrounds in the area plus a few in the park itself however they have no hookups.
In Pigeon Forge there are a lot of them and the one we usually stay at is Creekside Rv park which is a Passport America park or Kings Holly Hven. Both are nice parks but Kings is not a PA park. Go online and google campgrounds in Pigeon Gorge, TN and you will see them all.

Enjoy and have a great time!
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Where is the appropriate thread. Rick James. Still learning.
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Twin Mountain in Pigeon Forge
Last november we were there for 4 nites and I think the rate was 38-40 a day. had a site on the river, trolly comes through the cg, 5 minutes to the gatlinburgh bypass into the park. full hu 50 amp w/cable
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I've looked at all the parks that where suggested. They all look great !! Thank you.
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Where is the appropriate thread. Rick James. Still learning.
Hi Rick...

The thread was originally posted in the "iRV2 Issues" forum which is used to report problems with the actual operations of the website. I moved it here where camping locations are discussed.

No problem, but here you'll get far more views and replies.

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