General Campground Information

Check in/out times

RV Sites & Tent Sites - Check in: 12:00 PM, Check out: 11:00 AM
Deluxe & Rustic Cabins - Check in: 3:00 PM, Check out: 11:00 AM

Hours of Operations

Registration Office Hours
8am - 5pm Year Round. Possible extended hours during peak season. 

General Store Hours
8am - 5pm Year Round. Possible extended hours during peak season.

Pool Hours
Open each day, Memorial Day to Labor Day 10am to 9pm. 

Quiet Hours
Please respect our quiet hours from 10:00 PM to 8:00 AM

Speed Limit

There is a 5 MPH max throughout the park, thank you for your cooperation.

Fire Rules

For a full list of fire safety rules, click HERE

Propane Fill

Available for market price during store hours of operation.

Trash Policy

Put at end of site by 10am for pickup, or use the self service at dumpster locations for immediate disposal.

Pet Policy

Well behaved pets are welcome. State law requires they be leashed at all times. Clean up after them. No pets in buildings or Pool area. Pet Friendly Deluxe and Camping cabins are available. There is a $25 fee per pet per stay for Deluxe cabins and a $10 fee per pet per stay for Camping cabins.

Cancellation Policy

Deluxe Cabins, Camping Cabins, & Unique Lodging Units: Cancellation fee is $10 if cancellation is made 7 or more days prior to arrival. Cancellations made after deadline will result in forfeiture of deposit. 
RV Sites - Cancellation fee is $10 if cancellation is made 48hours prior to arrival. Cancellations made after deadline will result in forfeiture of deposit.

Visitor Policy

Maximum of 6 people allowed on site. Vehicles are parked across street.

Vehicle Policy

1 per site, 1 extra for fee if room on site, additional vehicles are parked across street.

After Hours / Emergency Number

Please contact: (865) 337-0102 with any after hours emergencies.

Meet Your Hosts

Samantha Chipperfield

Camping isn't just a way to pass time, it's a way of life.

Samantha Chipperfield and her husband Mark joined Mark's parents in managing the campground in 1996; the property became a KOA campground in 2007. Having been in the business for a long time, they know that the key to running a successful campground is providing a consistent, quality experience.

"We strive to provide a clean, family-friendly campground where our guests want to return, year after year," says Mark. "We're humbled that our best and most far-reaching advertising is word-of-mouth referrals and our returning guests."

Before becoming campground managers, Mark worked as a geologist and Samantha worked in accounting. Now, when they get time off, Mark enjoys running and playing the clawhammer banjo. Samantha sings with her church praise team and "spends time away from Mark when he's playing his banjo!"

Samantha and Mark look forward to meeting you and helping you create your next vacation memory!