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3.8 46
Tennessee 115115
November 7-17, 2008
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We spent 10 days there in November. Of 37 sites, only 7 were occupied so there was lots of room. It is a beautiful campground right on the shore of a fairly good size lake. The fall colors and the view of the lake were beautiful. Being off-season, there wasn't much going on, but the price at $7.50/night was a bargain. The camp store was never open that I know of during the entire ten days. The sites all have a nice concrete patio with picnic table and fire ring, water and 50 amp power but no sewers. There is a dump station on site. The sites are all gravel but the gravel is fairly fresh and is still soft in some places. It can be a challenge to get level. First site we had, #37, was beautiful but we could not get level and a large tree prevented the slide from opening. We had problems pulling out of the site because of trees across the road and on the right. Also, a lot of the ground must have been dug up during renovation as it is very soft. Stick to the road when walking thru the campground. We moved to site #29 which was very level and easy to back in or pull through. The bathrooms were acceptable but I never saw anyone cleaning them. The 30-gal trash can was half full when we arrived and 3/4 full when we left - never emptied. One bathhouse is quite old and is showing its age with rusty light fixtures and scarred and deteriorating wood doors and frames. The newer bathhouse has drainage problems with the showers as the floor slopes away from the drain. Don't leave your shoes on the floor when showering! The washer was not working and no one knew if or when it would be repaired. TV reception was pretty good with antenna but terrible cell phone coverage (AT&T). Dinner at the club was good.
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