We have a little history with this park. In 2007 Gene was transferred to the Knoxville office of his company and we were parked here for 9 months. The park was new then and was still under construction. During a portion of that 9-month stay, I worked in the office some and helped clean the cabins. Since that time, we’ve stayed here often and watched the park grow and change. It is a very nice campground now with most of the sites being pull-thrus with 50 amp electrical service, water, sewer, cable, and free WiFi.
We enjoy staying here. It has easy access to the Townsend and Metcalf Bottoms entrances to the Smokies and is only about 10 miles from Maryville for lots of restaurants and big groceries, Wal-Mart, and just about anything else one might want.
We did a couple of great hikes Tuesday and Wednesday. I’ll get caught up with those stories today and tomorrow. For now here are a few wildflower shots.