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Old 04-14-2011, 08:44 PM   #1
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Walden's Creek,Pigeon Forge,Tn.

Currently here at WC,,this is a relatively new CG,,trying my hand at trout fishing in the Smokie Mts. Nat. Park,,not having much luck,,,,however,there is a car show going on that is attracting folks by the thousands,,,,,Tom
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Spudwrench do you know anything about Chester Frost Park in Hixson? Had a friend to tell me he stayed there and it was off the beaten path. Got family in Chatt. and was looking for a place that wasn't going to cost arm and leg. Thanks and good luck on the fishing and enjoy the Mountain Air.
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Yes I just camped there 2 weeks ago,,it,s one of the best kept secrets in Chattanooga Cgs,,,it used to be called the Hamilton County Park,,it is located right on the Tennessee River,,it has water and electric,,but no sewer,,however there are 2 or 3 different dump stations in the park,,all size rigs have ample space for sites,,there are 2 sections to the park ,,both are nice,,,I think the rates are $22 or if you want a waterfront site it is $25,,don,t quote me on the prices,,, Tom
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Hope your not fishing in little pigeon river. ( big gatlenburg sewer spill) you may catch a log.
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I hear theres a lot of Brown Trout in there
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hows the camp ground ? crowded ?
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We're in the tremont over in townsend. very quiet. nice campground.
On a river,m but it's very high fast and muddy.
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hows the camp ground ? crowded ?



If you ment Walden,s Creek it is busy but not crowded,,,if you ment Chester Frost there are plenty of spaces right now,but it gets busy on holidays and weekends,especially after school is out for the summer,,,however if you arive in mid-week you should have no problem finding a space,,,they do not take reservations,,,,,,,,,,Tom
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We're in the tremont over in townsend. very quiet. nice campground.
On a river,m but it's very high fast and muddy.

All the creeks in the Smokies are running fast,,I had to quit fishing for a couple daysbut Monday I am moving over to Elkmont and try my luck there,,enjoy your stay in Townsend,,it,s a favorite of mine,,,,
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If you ment Walden,s Creek it is busy but not crowded,,,if you ment Chester Frost there are plenty of spaces right now,but it gets busy on holidays and weekends,especially after school is out for the summer,,,however if you arive in mid-week you should have no problem finding a space,,,they do not take reservations,,,,,,,,,,Tom
yes i meant walden creek we stayed there before its great for the dogs ! we will be going again in the next couple of weeks ! what were the rates ?
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yes i meant walden creek we stayed there before its great for the dogs ! we will be going again in the next couple of weeks ! what were the rates ?



I was using Passport America,and it was $19,that,s tax and all,,,,I,m not sure what the standard rates were,,,,
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We're in the tremont over in townsend. very quiet. nice campground.
On a river,m but it's very high fast and muddy.
After reading from a few posts above, that may not be mud.
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