We made the mistake of camping over Labor Day weekend. This place was wall-to-wall with people building campfires, and being noisy all evening. Just not the experience we had hoped for in the Smoky Mountain area. On a less crowded weekend, I am sure that this campground would be fun. There is fishing, a very large store for supplies, and planned activities such as an Elvis Impersonator and other musical entertainment.
We regretted that we were just "passing through" and were unable to explore all the amenities of this very nice campground. There was a lovely lake on the grounds, and an ice cream shop as well as a quaint sundries and souvenir store. They offer a "frequent stay" punch card which gives a free overnight after 10 paid stays.
This is a bargain place, including a continental breakfast for a very nominal fee. It was quite noisy due to interstate trucks and a nearby train, but tolerable for a one night stay while on the road to somewhere else!