We stayed here while attending the nearby Knoxville Nationals sprint car races. This is a fantastic COE campground. The sites are extremely spacious and situated among large mature shade trees. The roads are paved and the pads are well maintained gravel. Our kids loved the bike trails and access to the river. There are also playgrounds situated around the park. The various hosts we dealt with were very friendly and helpful. My only suggestion would to be to add some more bathrooms/shower houses as they did get busy during peak times.
We enjoyed our stay here. They are centrally located to all the major tourist areas. The park is very neat and clean with a large percentage of the sites being seasonal. We stayed in the newer, full hookup section in the back of the park. It was very quiet back there with virtually no road noise. Much less tree cover, but the sites were reasonably spaced and level. My only (minor) complaint was our site was never mowed prior to our arrival, or the entire week we stayed and was looking pretty ragged by the end.
This was our first time camping here although we have stayed at the adjacent Three Bears Lodge on prior occasions. While there are numerous water attractions and activities for the kids (which they enjoyed) this place is a very poor value. This was evident as the place was half full at best for the Labor Day weekend (despite their reservationist insisting it would be full and they would have to turn away people). The rate of $70 for a "deluxe site" is obscene, but they further tack on $8/day per person so the effective rate for a family of four is $102 per night. The sites themselves were fairly roomy, but many of the concrete pads were grossly out of level. Wi-Fi never worked. General maintenance is fair at best. For $60-70 per night total cost it would be a fair value, at $102 we will probably not return.
This was our first stay here and after hearing glowing reviews from friends and on this site we have to admit we came away with mixed feelings. Great central location and beautiful scenery all around. We were in Base Camp and had a roomy pull through with nice shade trees. However, the pad was quite unlevel and it took two leveling blocks to get situated. Facilities were nice and the kids spent a lot of time at the pool and playground. We enjoyed the morning pancake breakfast. What was not so great was the Wi-Fi was completely unusable and never worked our entire stay. We also found their campfire policy of 11pm curfew to be ridiculous. After a long day of sightseeing, by the time you get back, make dinner, etc 11pm comes quickly. Sure enough at 11:05 the campfire police arrived and made us and everyone around put out their fires. What possible harm is done by sitting around a campfire? This was a topic of discussion among several of the other campers around us and all agreed it would seriously make us reconsider coming back.
This is a very new and well thought out RV park. Everything is top notch and the pull throughs are long and roomy. Very nice pool and sport court. WiFi worked well. We really wanted to give this a 10, but we discovered that sites do not have individual campfire rings. Instead they are spread randomly throughout the park. The closest to our site was at least 50-75 yards away. Not convenient at all and a disappointment for our group. We also noticed a fair amount of traffic noise from the adjoining highway.
This was our second stay here in a year. This is a very well maintained campground with lots of much appreciated shade trees. The kids enjoyed the pool, bike rentals and the play ground. The Indian tacos for dinner were a hit again this time. We would definitely stay here again when travelling through the area.
We stayed here one night on our return from the Black Hills. What a nice little RV park. Obviously shows pride of ownership. The nice long pull throughs were roomy, level and nicely landscaped. Lots of shade which we like. Our site had a hedge between us and the next site. Close to the interstate yet far enough where noise was not an issue. The kids loved the pool and the miniature golf. Only downside was there were a lot of flying insects, but since this is farm country it goes with the territory. I would not hesitate to stay here again if our travel takes us out this way.
Overall we had a very enjoyable visit. Our kids loved the jumping pillow and fishing pond. Their was also a special show for the kids which they enjoyed. The staff was extremely friendly. Our FHU site was in the newer pull throughs up on the hill. No trees but the sites were very large with a nice breeze and a view of the surrounding countryside. The only real thing we noticed on this visit was the grounds looked somewhat overgrown. There was also a considerable amount of standing water after overnight rains in some of the campsites. Nevertheless, I'm sure we will be back in the future.
This was our second stay here in the last year. It is conveniently located yet just far enough out of town. The campground is extremely well maintained and the staff is very friendly. Our kids enjoyed the pool and water features. The only reason I did not give the park a 10 was the sites are rather tightly spaced.
This was our first trip to Stoney Creek and it won't be our last. The sites are much larger than average and the entire park is beautifully landscaped. Everything is extremely well maintained and clearly shows pride of ownership. This is by far the nicest park we have stayed at in recent memory.
We stayed here one night on our way to the Black Hills. It's a very nice oasis in the middle of the Badlands. It was 100 degrees the day we pulled and our site was completely shaded. Park is in great shape and the bathrooms/showers were clean and modern. Sites are a little tight but not nearly as tight as some we've encountered. We had the Indian Tacos for dinner and everyone enjoyed them. We would definitely stay here again.
The campground is located along a pretty mountain stream but does have the highway on one side. Overall, traffic noise was not too bad even with the constant stream of logging trucks going by. My main issue was how tight everyone was packed in. I had a pull through site and they are entered back to back. I only had about 6" between my slide and the slide of the trailer behind me. The bathrooms were also a bit "rustic" and needed cleaning. Overall it was a good place to stay for a couple of days but I prefer something with a little more elbow room.
We stayed here for two nights on our recent Black Hills trip. Overall a nice campground and a very convenient location. Lots of shade and fairly roomy. Nice newer bathrooms, a good pool, and playground. On the downside was the constant traffic noise. Lots of trucks at wide open throttle chugging up the grade. This place would be awesome if it was a mile or two off the highway. Also, our concrete pad (which looked fairly new) was way out of level. Not a huge deal, but it was a surprise. We liked it, but the traffic noise was considerable.
We stayed at four different campgrounds on our Black Hills trip and this was by far our favorite. Just a beautiful peaceful setting away from all the traffic noise and commotion of other campgrounds. The sites were well spaced and we had a large grassy area behind us for the kids to run around. Our kids had an absolute blast playing cowboys in the miniature fort/playground. We had full hookups and plenty of water pressure. The newer individual bathrooms were nice but did develop a line during the morning rush. We had deer grazing just over the fence almost the entire time we were here. The only downside was no pool. We would definitely come back.