Re: Pine Mountain RV Park Pigeon Forge TN
I've camped through-out the Smokies many many times over the years; beginning with backpacking, proceeding to tent camping and finally to a travel-trailer (we've yet to get there in the Escape, but it's on the agenda). While my 65 y/o back loves sleeping on a nice bed with protection from the rain (it ALWAYS rains in the Smokies), I will miss camping in a wooded, isolated and quiet spot. Most of the commercial campgrounds are parking lots for the huge multiple-slideout apartments on wheels.
The review was very comprehensive and certainly highlighted the various amenities well. All I could think of as the reviewer rode around however, was how close the sites were to one another and how flat and character-less they were.
None of my comments take away from the fact that the Smokies are a wonderful experience and a grand National Park.
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