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Little Arrow Outdoor Resort
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: 68 reviews
Wonderful Place to Stay!
User: 12benr from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jul, 19, 2019
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
We loved our stay there again! First time in RV and this time in a cabin. The staff is outstanding and the accommodations are wonderful. One thing I would like to mention is the dog, pictured here, was not that friendly and ran from me the second I saw it. Nonetheless, what a lovely place!!!!!

Amazing place
User: Slats87 from: Brotton, England
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jul, 19, 2019
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
2 adults 1 child and we stayed in the TinyHomeCottage 10, the cottage was brand new and the fit and finish inside was superb. The fire pit and decking area were great for relaxing on an evening. The campsite has a lot of great features, such as the coffee lounge and access to ice and wood 24/7 (by way of an honest box which is a great idea). The pool is good for the kids too. Might be just because I'm English but the only thing I thought the campsite was missing is a bar/pub (all campsites in the UK have onsite restaurant/pub) , regardless this place is amazing and we can't wait to come back.

ONLY place I will stay in smokies
User: WiseManwhosay from: Huntsville, Alabama
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jul, 18, 2019
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
Listen to me I am a wise man who says: Stayed July 2019 - Absolutely loved the stay. I’m a Diva when it comes to value for the money and carry a high expectation of customer service. They delivered on both fronts. Two areas of camping spots. A and B. A tends to have more shade from trees in regards to ratio of spots to trees. B has no coverage on a lot of spots within the inside ring. Just a heads up. You will hear people complain “hurrr wifi was terrible. Drrrr they promised wifi and I had to work” This is the mountains people and you know darn well your home wifi barely reaches from the living room to the upstairs far bedroom let alone across a campground. Little Arrow knows this and has a specific WIFI you can use at the convenient and wonderful coffee lounge that is strong and fast. Oh yeah, and they have a coffee machine that is amazing. I looked it up to buy one after my stay and will be selling a kidney to pay for a new one at the house this fall. (it’s expensive) We were called prior to our arrival as a courtesy and were given the go ahead to pull into our spot, get situated, and then come register. That makes a big difference to me and I enjoyed that. Every employee that I came across and interacted with were (was?) super friendly and helped me when I needed answers or suggestions. I mean most places are nice but these all-stars seemed to go above and beyond to stay in a good attitude. I can’t do that on my best day. Spots have a nice stone patio with nice self-contained fireplace with grill grates on a swivel to use or to not use. Gravel lots are decently level. Nice pool but to Little arrow, have the peeps in the morning skim the top with a net, not just drop the bottom cleaner in. As a pool owner skimming the top for 5 minutes will get all the bugs and trash off the surface you don’t see until you come face to face with it a water level. I got in once for 5 minutes and it was gross first thing in the morning after opening. Bath houses: Magical. Wonderful. Updated and excellently maintained showers. Large and tiled. This had to be the cleanest and nicest bathhouse I have ever used. There is a long segment of the river you can float on and enjoy right at the campground so bring a tube! Easy and awesome rides/drives to Cades Cove and Gatlinburg from the campground yet the charm and room without cars and people everywhere that is found in Townsend. Just in case you didn’t get this: Download movies or shows before coming on your devices to watch connection free. 10/10 will be back every year.
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CAMP SOMEWHERE ELSE!
User: Brandon L from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jul, 15, 2019
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2019
Rating: 1
The campground has a nice layout, clean bathrooms, nice pool, etc. However, their staff is awful! We were placed in a campsite with a large dead tree, one of the big branches ended up falling on top of my dad's truck. He went up to the front desk and explained what happened to Sheri, the owners daughter. She sent her husband, Chad, to come ''trim the tree''. Haha. The tree did not need trimmed, it trimmed itself - on our car, thankfully it did not hit any of us, including my 10 month old daughter. Chad had a bad attitude from the start. My father tried to explain that he'd like an incident report to give to his car insurance for damages, but Chad was more focused on trimming a tree than actually assisting with the issue at hand. The next morning a cop arrived at our campsite, claiming that my father was verbally abusive to their staff. This was a straight up LIE! I was standing right there while my dad spoke with Chad, so was my wife, daughter, and step mom. My father did NOT swear, and did NOT verbally attack anyone! Even though we were leaving that afternoon regardless, the officer told us we had to pack up within the hour. I have never encountered such unprofessionalism in my life. I will never be returning, nor would I recommend this place to anyone! Who knows, they could falsely accuse you of something, too.

Outstanding!
User: Constance W from: La Grange, North Carolina
Published Date: Jul, 9, 2019
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
This campground is nice! The owners are onsite and super friendly. They work hard to keep a nice campground and have nice activities for the guests. It's unbelievably clean!! Wait until you see the bathrooms/showers! Nice! They even have little wash clothes available for you in there. The pool is very nice, they have towels for you out there too. You will not regret staying here! I highly recommend it!!

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