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Little Arrow Outdoor Resort
johnnyp2017 from: Killen, Alabama
Published Date: Feb, 21, 2020 Travel Date: Feb, 1, 2020 Rating: 5
We spent 3 nights in one of theri priener cabins last weekend. It was very warm, clean, comfortable, and quiet. The staff was super. A fully functional kitchen but there is also lots of good eating at local places nearby if you dob't want to cook while you are on vacation. A scenic, and not too long, drive to Piegon Forge or Gatlinburgh if that's your thing. Very convenient to Cade's Cove. All in all, a very nice place to spent some quiet time. Staying in one of these cabins was the perfect combination (for us) of the joys of camping with the conveniences of home (bed, tv, electric heat, etc.).
TurboTourist from: USA
Published Date: Jan, 21, 2020 Travel Date: Jan, 1, 2020 Rating: 4
Just sent 2 nights in TH6
We just had 2 adults and 2 teens in Tiny House 6 for 2 nights. Totally cute house. Great amenities. Clean and well kept grounds.
- TH6 has basically no neighbors
- The Tiny Home had everything we needed
- The store had lots of things, and the staff was very friendly
- The grounds were nice, with a cool tree house for little kids and a huge Teepee
- The cost in winter was reasonable for the Tiny Home novelty
- This is the closest you can get to the Park entrance - convenient
- Late check-in was very easy
- TV was nice. Heat was good. Hot water fine, etc...
The not so good:
- The cabinet where a laundry facility would be in another model of this home smelt like grey water. We ended up draping a towel over the entire cabinet to block the odor. This eliminated it. I forgot to mention it to the staff at check-out.
Overall, a very nice place.
- Rooms: 4
- Sleep Quality: 5
- Service: 5
Published Date: Dec, 26, 2019 Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019 Rating: 3
Didn't take long to go up on prices
I did enjoy this campground and it is nice but it is NOT a whopping $90 a night for waterfront nice Not one thing about this campground is any nicer than a lot of other well cared for campgrounds and I just went to make a reservation and was shocked at how much they have gone up since opening so no I will not be back this campground has become too high priced for the average Joe so like most other things the rich can enjoy, didn't take long for the Clayton touch to turn to gold!
- Value: 1
- Sleep Quality: 4
- Service: 5
Cades_Cove_Gallery from: Townsend, Tennessee
Trip Type: Business
Published Date: Nov, 26, 2019 Travel Date: Mar, 1, 2019 Rating: 5
Beautiful campground located at GSMNP entrance.
Beautiful river views and everything is fresh and updated. Nice campground store and coffee shop. Indoor and outdoor meeting facilities. The new owners have really given the old campground a beautiful facelift. Always friendly staff with smiling faces.
284TomD from: Big Canoe, Georgia
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Nov, 12, 2019 Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2019 Rating: 5
Very well managed
This has got to be the most professionally managed campground I’ve ever stayed at. The bathrooms require a code to enter and might be nicer than what you have at home. The location is very convenient to GSMNP and Cades Cove. We choose this place for it’s location but left knowing that we would come back. We camp with a pop-up and stayed in the C sites.