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Pine Barren

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Posted: 07/04/18 04:19pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The wife and I are considering this area for next July. Any recommendations on campgrounds in the area. Full hookups are nice to have however electric and water are fine as long as a dump station is available. Creekside site would also be nice and pet friendly. We have 32 foot travel trailer pulling with a F-250. We are looking for somewhere for a base camp to go and see the water falls and the land. We are good Sams members also thanks in advance. Would like to find one that is not a parking lot type place a little space between sites is nice. I have read reviews online and would like to have some advice from the knowledgeable people on here thanks in advance

Jq1953

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Posted: 07/04/18 06:28pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Google Creekwood Farms-Waynesville, which is a couple miles from Maggie Valley. We have been staying here several times a year for over ten years. Very nice creekside spaces as well as non-creekside spaces. You want be disappointed.

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Creekwood Farms and Pride resort are right next to each other. Both are good clean parks with the creek running by some sites. Haven't been to any other parks in the area so can't offer an opinion on those.

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Posted: 07/04/18 07:42pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thank you we will look into both of them

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Posted: 07/04/18 09:06pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If you went on the other side of the mountain range in the Gatlinburg/Smokey Mtn Natl Park area they have a couple of nice waterfalls you can hike to. Also have several hiking trails... We always camp at ELKMONT camp that only has water available from a spigot outside each of the bath room buildings... When we camp at ELKMONT we always go to the Townsend town for supplies and groceries etc... Galtlinburg and Pigeon Forge is always a pretty hetic town with lots of traffic...

They do have a RV dump site at the entrance to the Smokey Natl Park.

Crossing the mtn from Cherokee might be abit much for the longer trailers. We don't have any problems doing the mtn road with our Popup trailer...

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We’ve stayed several times at Creekwood Farms and will again anytime we’re in the area. Well-run place, scenic creek sites, very nice bathrooms, etc.

The nearby town of Waynesville is fun for strolling and has some nice restaurants and shops.


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Posted: 07/05/18 05:35am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We stayed at Pride. They are Passport America so it's half price. . . . 2 nights only now, but good value.

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We stayed at Pride last year... ok place. Several years ago we stayed at Stonebridge.... the fist couple of times it was OK, but then they changed ownership and it really went downhill. I understand there are again new owners, so may they have improved it. They had some nice creekside sites.


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Posted: 07/05/18 07:53am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I live on the other side of the parkway from Waynesville, a nice little town. Maggie is an easy 20 minute ride but honestly not much there. Waynesville would be a better base.

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Posted: 07/05/18 07:12pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Jq1953 wrote:

Google Creekwood Farms-Waynesville, which is a couple miles from Maggie Valley. We have been staying here several times a year for over ten years. Very nice creekside spaces as well as non-creekside spaces. You want be disappointed.


Stay there creekside every year. A fine park.





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