Tremont Outdoor Resort – Townsend, TN
Loop A: 46 total – (14 riverfront, 32 off river) – All full hookup, 30 amps only, CATV. No tents allowed.
Loop B: 34 total – (15 riverfront, 19 off river) – All full hookup, 30/50 amps, CATV – No tents allowed.
Loop C: 23 total – Water/electric only, 30 amps – Suitable for pop-ups and tents allowed.
Looking into the first few sites from the office.
Entrance to B-C Loops
Loop B Street Scene: All sites on right side of road are riverside.
Riverside Sites Decks:
All riverside sites in both Loop A and B have these covered decks
Colorful tenting in the Fall
I always do short recaps of pros and cons about the parks I visit. I realize this is subjective stuff and what bothers some people, others won’t have a problem with, and vice versa. As a fulltime RVer, I like things that weekend campers can do without. But, based on my own observations and/or comments from others, here goes:
Location, location, location: less than a mile from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Riverside sites – and those sites come with covered decks overlooking the river.
Most campsites have generous space between neighbors.
Natural setting, beautiful trees, Fall colors here are fantastic.
The biggest con for me was that my Verizon MiFi would not work, nor could I get a phone signal. See my comments below. Some people with Verizon service but with older phones could get signals, so go figure.
Just be sure you reserve far in advance since they are the most requested in both Loops A and B.
Loop A sites do not get as good reception with park’s wi-fi as Loop B does. I understand they are addressing this issue with Comcast.
Some have complained about gravel roads and sites (but I say the less concrete the better).
Malia’s 2 Cents: I loved it here so much I bought a Wilson signal booster for my Verizon MiFi and cell phone. While the park’s wi-fi worked fine for me, I needed my own secure connection due to my virtual assistant work for attorneys.
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