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Little Arrow Outdoor Resort
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: 160 reviews
Excellent Visit
User: sheiladavis2017 from: Covington, Georgia
Published Date: May, 13, 2022
Travel Date: May, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
We were looking for a place to stay with several amenities that would include everyone. We were happy with the Cozy cabin it had everything we needed and more. We had a deck to sit and enjoy, plus a fire pit to roast hot dogs and marshmallows. We used the beautiful pool and hot tub, walked to the river several times. Walked our dogs everywhere and used the dog park. This is one of the cleanest places I have ever seen, excellent service and staff. We totally enjoyed our stay and only wished it could be longer. Missed the Big Foot festival was told it was a blast. We had plans and missed Bingo night, bummer. They have activities for everyone to enjoy. Can't wait to come back, so peaceful and quiet. I believe this is our go to place to stay in the Smokies.
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Just book it, you won't regret it
User: Michele N from: New Alexandria, Pennsylvania
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: May, 8, 2022
Travel Date: May, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
This is by far the best campground we have ever stayed at. The grounds are impeccable, the pool and other facilities look like they came right out of a travel magazine. We came to tour the area but wish we had more time just to decompress at this beautiful oasis.

Travelers beware: rigid cancellation policy!!
User: Coastal293299 from: Decatur, Georgia
Published Date: Apr, 19, 2022
Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2022
Rating: 1
RIGID CANCELLATION POLICY: Be prepared to forfeit not only your deposit but the amount for your ENTIRE STAY should you have to cancel your reservation within 14 days of your arrival date. We had looked forward to spending the first week of April in a Tiny Home at Little Arrow. However, after hearing of the Wears Valley fire, we ultimately made the decision not to visit. On the morning prior to our arrival date, we asked Little Arrow what the conditions and/or precautions were like in terms of the fire. In response, we received an FAQ email immediately followed by an email outlining the cancellation policy. The FAQ stated "We are currently following our cancellation policy unless we were to be under a mandatory evacuation." Little Arrow also responded that the fire was still 6 miles away from the resort and that the evacuation zone was 4 miles away. According to the news at the time, the fire spanned 2700 acres and was 30 percent contained. In looking up how fast a forest fire spreads, I learned that they can spread 6.7 miles per hour in forests and 14 miles per hour in grass. Essentially, at that point, the fire could have reached Little Arrow in 30 to 60 minutes! These are dangerous conditions! And I haven't even addressed the risks of smoke inhalation. As I followed the news, I later became aware that 400 organizations within Tennessee had come to assist with the fires and that Tennessee had been under a state of emergency due to the fires. While Little Arrow looked like an inviting place to stay, we were not about to drive our family 150 miles to vacation in a place with these conditions. The management and ownership of Little Arrow should be ashamed of themselves for enforcing this RIGID CANCELLATION POLICY and endangering the safety of potential clients. RIGID CANCELLATION POLICY: Be prepared to forfeit not only your deposit but the amount for your ENTIRE STAY should you have to cancel your reservation within 14 days of your arrival date.
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Wonderful stay!!
User: travelbug242 from: charlotte, nc
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Apr, 18, 2022
Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
We had such a great time staying at Little Arrow!! We rented a small cabin and took advantage of all the amenities the resort had to offer. Our kids loooved the pool, playground, basketball court, Gaga ball area and Easter activities. Little arrow was extremely clean and the staff was very friendly. We will definitely stay here again the next time we’re in the Smoky Mountains!

Call Your Lawyer Before You Make a Reservation!
User: LBOF from:
Published Date: Apr, 1, 2022
Travel Date: Mar, 1, 2022
Rating: 1
Our family booked two RV sites in March, just in time for a horrendous snow storm. We could not travel there and called to cancel. Were told that the policy we signed would not allow for that. They charged us full price and then told the people that did make it to NOT use any water. Have you ever been in an RV and told NOT to use any water?? I had already made a booking in August for our anniversary and decided not to go anywhere that had such horrible policies. I called and they charged me $50 to cancel "according to their policies. DO NOT GO THERE unless your attorney approves your reservation first. Very disappointed!!!
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