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Old 08-13-2013, 05:57 PM   #1
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Has anyone stayed at Pine Mountain Rv Park in Pigon Forge Tn.? If so what was your stay like? Thanks
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Old 08-14-2013, 02:23 PM   #2
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I have not stayed there but did drive through to see what it was like. Here are a couple of pictures I took, you can see what the sites are like:





Some of the exterior sites were nice, larger than the interior pull thorough sites. They have a nice little pool onsite as well, and being owned by the same people who run the hotel across the street, you have access to their facilities as well.
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Old 08-14-2013, 03:02 PM   #3
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Looks like a sub-division.
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Try River Plantation. That's our favorite. Be sure to ask for a site on the river.
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Two Rivers RV Resort in Sevierville is a great place to go also.Not a big "tourist" campground all sites are concrete and level. Plenty of room for the big pushers as well as the bigger 5th wheels.The staff is friendly and helpful as well as knowledgeable about the surrounding area and many of the local back roads.
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Two Rivers RV Resort in Sevierville is a great place to go also.Not a big "tourist" campground all sites are concrete and level. Plenty of room for the big pushers as well as the bigger 5th wheels.The staff is friendly and helpful as well as knowledgeable about the surrounding area and many of the local back roads.
I did an overnight stop here last year. Be aware, they have a no-popups + no tents rule.

It was a nice stop until they let me retract my landing gear with my JT's tightened. No way I'm going back after I had to sit on the concrete in late July wrenching and figuring my way out of that way. The nerve of some people. Oh wait.. that was all me.
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Looks like a sub-division.
Ya, it's not exactly my cup-o-tea.

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Try River Plantation. That's our favorite. Be sure to ask for a site on the river.
This is first on our list when heading up there for a weekend. They have recently changed ownership or management, they are now part of RVC Outdoors. I'm not exactly when the change was made, or what it means for the CG. We were there last on New Years and it was the same good old place it has always been. I'm just hoping it stays that way. One thing I have noticed that is new is they now have seasonal rates, instead of the old rates they used to have.
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I did an overnight stop here last year. Be aware, they have a no-popups + no tents rule.

It was a nice stop until they let me retract my landing gear with my JT's tightened. No way I'm going back after I had to sit on the concrete in late July wrenching and figuring my way out of that way. The nerve of some people. Oh wait.. that was all me.
Man that sucks cat poo. I was not aware of that policy. Still a nice place though...if you are not in a pop up or tent.
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Ya, it's not exactly my cup-o-tea.



This is first on our list when heading up there for a weekend. They have recently changed ownership or management, they are now part of RVC Outdoors. I'm not exactly when the change was made, or what it means for the CG. We were there last on New Years and it was the same good old place it has always been. I'm just hoping it stays that way. One thing I have noticed that is new is they now have seasonal rates, instead of the old rates they used to have.
Check this one out:
Pigeon Forge RV- Up the Creek RV Camp, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Smoky Mountains

We're booked for 9 days there starting next week.
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This time in about ten days I'll be sittin under the awning next to a cold, bubbling creek, sippin' on my second Gentleman Jack and coke.

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That's a really nice CG. We liked the smaller size of it, and all the "options" you can get at the different sites. Only problem with it now (for us) is that there is nothing for the kids to do. I need a pool and playground to let them burn off some energy
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