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Little Arrow Outdoor Resort
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: 115 reviews
Can't wait to return!
User: Christine S from: Saint Charles, Illinois
Published Date: Oct, 30, 2020
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2020
Rating: 5
My husband and I spent a couple nights tent camping and LOVED it! They have so many housing options - we are excited to return to try them all. Everything was very clean and well maintained - and the entire staff very helpful and kind. I just can't say enough wonderful things - so accommodating!
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Lovely location - Well Maintained
User: PeteReuss from:
Published Date: Oct, 26, 2020
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2020
Rating: 5
We had an RV site on the river that was simply fabulous! I can't recommend Little Arrow highly enough. The whole property was neat and clean. We had no cell signal, but the wifi was very sufficient. Townsend is SUCH a better place to stay than the craziness of Pidgeon Forge! Much quieter and more quaint.

Best Customer Service Ever!
User: TennaciousD from:
Published Date: Oct, 18, 2020
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2020
Rating: 5
We loved Little Arrow! We had a small problem with out tiny home cabin and one of the co-owners was on site within 20 minutes with an upgraded unit ready to go! Unbelievably good customer service that is hard to find these days!!! The rest of the trip was great and the whole Little Arrow experience is the best in the Smokie! It was our first trip there and after our experience it will be many more in the future! Thanks you Little Arrow!
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Pleasant stay
User: kellymF8896PG from: Douglasville, Georgia
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Sep, 29, 2020
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2020
Rating: 5
This location was recommended by friends who were staying within the campground as well. We were all planning to visit Cade’s Cove and Townsend is half the distance as Gatlinburg would be. (Our last visit to Cades Cove we stayed in Gatlinburg.) In comparison I can tell you...Gatlinburg was way more ‘busy’ and crowded. There is also a lot more entertainment wise, along with more dining options available. Townsend is the complete opposite with only a few shops/stores for browsing and a handful of restaurants. But, if you are looking to skip the mainstream, commercialized areas then Townsend is your place. It’s a great base for exploring all of the same sites without the fuss. At Little Arrow we stayed in Cozy Cabin #9 and it was adequate for just the two of us. No complaints other than personal preferences...like a little more counter space in bathroom and a little more space in living room. All-in-all everything was good. We are planning to return next year and reserved a Premier Cabin.

Very pleasant stay but . . .
User: Vern0nB from: Knoxville, Tennessee
Published Date: Sep, 27, 2020
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2020
Rating: 4
The place is very clean and staff is quite helpful. We were camping with a small group of Rvs. Everything was ready and. checkin simple. We have stayed here twice before. First stay was perfect. Second, very nice but site was difficult to level the motorhome. This third trip went downhill on the site levelness. I had to adjust the spot several times to find the least difficult spot. As it was, we still had to put boards on top of boards to get nearly level. That put the last step a big hop on or off. For $100+ per night, I expect better 'grooming'. The Wifi was fairly good but our section was not full so full occupancy might drag that down. Mobile connections are very poor. Make sure you enable WiFi calling.
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