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Pine Barren

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Posted: 07/06/18 08:39am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Creek wood looks very nice are there any particular sites that y’all think are better than others. Thanks for all the replies

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Have you researched the area as to what you may want to see? Where you are at is well within day trips to Gatlinburg and Asheville. The Smoky Mountain National Park has hiking and plenty of waterfalls to see along with a mill and many log cabin homesteads. A must is Clingmans Dome although the observation tower is closing for renovation this week. Not sure how long it will be to reopen. Newfound Gap has a large parking lot and overlook worthy of a stop also.


Asheville has the Biltmore Estate that if you have never been its spectacular to see. Plan on spending the whole day there if you do. Its a pricey ticket though so if you are inclinded to see it buy in advance online for 10% savings. Look on their website.

The city of Waynesville is nice for just strolling and seeing what they have to offer. A couple nice restaurants there for a good lunch also. Maggie Valley has the Wheels Through Time muesum that has some cool old cars and motorcycles.

Cherokee has the Museum of the Cherokee Indian. Very interesting. Town itself if very touristy with trading post type stores. Harrah's operates a casino there too.

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Posted: 07/08/18 10:47pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Up the Creek CG in Pigeon Forge if you decide to try the crazy side of the hills

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Posted: 07/10/18 12:14pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Pine Barren wrote:

Creek wood looks very nice are there any particular sites that y’all think are better than others. Thanks for all the replies


Seems to me the creek sites are mostly for visiting RVs, while the Center section is more for the seasonal. We’ve enjoyed staying by the creek. I think last time, the site number was in the 50s.


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Thanks for the continued replies. A creek site does sound nice to listen to the water can be relaxing. We will be in the crazy side of the smokies in pigeon forge at Mill creek resort in November and March. That is reason asking more about the North Carolina side for next summer. If anybody has any pics of the site they stayed in while there it would be appricated. On another note we just returned from the rownaend area and stayed at Little river campground it is very tight on the spaces saw people campers so close that their a ning was touching the other campers roof and the sewer hookup was right at your picnic table way to close for me

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