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Little Arrow Outdoor Resort
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Won’t go back
User: Extraordinary528403 from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Sep, 5, 2022
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2022
Rating: 2
Have to agree with other reviews .. we have been here several times but will not go back. They do nickle and dime you for everything. the wifi is horrible and then you have to pay $3 per day per divice afyer paying a fortune for the stay. Wi-Fi was previously great and free! $3 for coffee when it used to be a donation set up. Staff in the office is incredibly rude. even charged us for an extra car that wasn’t even ours without even asking us… luckily we noticed! this place used to be amazing… not so much now… the worst part were cops circled the campground over and over…goodness this place has really gone downhill. Too crowded, staff is rude, way to expensive and the dog park is not maintained at all. Sad. Used to be a gem!

Great campground - but the staff - not so much
User: SCB1984 from:
Trip Type: Friends getaway
Published Date: Aug, 9, 2022
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2022
Rating: 4
We have camped at many campgrounds throughout the south, and while the location, amenities and environment are great, the staff is VERY rude. Kids can't be in hot tub, but from time to time it was allowed, but when staff did address the issue, they were completely rude about it. Kids can't drive golf carts and if they do they treat them like a felon for doing so. And the nickel and diming for every little thing is RIDICULOUS, especially since sites are avg of $100 a night. Don't get me wrong, we loved it here but the attitudes of the staff certainly put a damper on our trip. **Let me add, I realize everyone must have rules, but many times you will find most campgrounds allow them to be broken as long as no one is in danger or harming property**
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Lovely!
User: Smile4Mommy from: West Bend, Wisconsin
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jul, 30, 2022
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
We loved Little Arrow! Our family of two older teenagers and two parents fit nicely in our premier cabin and it was the best stay of our trip into Tennessee. We wanted to stay as near to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park as much as possible (with just a little time spent in Gatlinburg) and we found our escape to nature at Little Arrow. The amenities like the really nice pool and Wi-Fi at the coffee House were welcome additions for my kids (and us). Our cabin was perfect! A separate room for us and the kids could space out in the loft - it was well needed after a few days of staying elsewhere cramped in a hotel room. The grounds are beautifully landscaped and taken care of. We loved the pool and the WiFi came in handy due to a less than great signal. But we were there to unplug anyway:) The one thing we should’ve brought was our river tubes from home. Plenty of places including the resort had them for sale but for much more than I was willing to pay. We found a great little swimming hole at the Townsend Wye that kept us busy for a few hours one day, but I was itching to go bouncing down the river like the people passing through! Wishing we could’ve spent more time on the rockers on the deck, Thanks!

Been there
User: Quest707634 from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jul, 25, 2022
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2022
Rating: 3
Been there and won’t go back. Sites were too close to one another on the buddy sites. I’d recommend getting a site that is not a buddy site. The pool was dirty but the view was beautiful. Coffee bar is open 24/7 however, after paying $165 a night you still have to pay for coffee. They had icecream and snowcones on site that you had to pay for as well. Again, you'd think the kids would get a free snowcone for $165 a night. WIFI and cell service is terrible. You only get one device that can use the WIFI and you have to pay for other devices. Trying to do work or connect is impossible. Location is great! Evening events were great.
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Family Gathering
User: dleblanc2021 from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jul, 25, 2022
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2022
Rating: 4
The Cabin View was a great facility to host 12 family members. It allowed personal space away from everyone if wanted. The rooms were clean and spacious. All enjoyed having the pool table and other board games. Not much of a view to the creek below. The cabin is surrounded by trees. Enjoyed watching the fireflies at night. Haven't seen those in the city.
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