Cherokee National Forestwrite a review 512-524 Spring Creek Road
Delano, TN 37325
GPS: 35.234, -84.549
|Last Price Paid:||$15|
|Number of Sites:||47|
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“Spots are small and generators are kind of allowed”
Reviewed Aug 05, 2018
There are no hook-ups, or even a dump station. The sites are advertised as pull through and have very large dimensions, but when you actually see them, most of them have very sharp drives that you can't fit more than a pop up in. In my full video review I list some sites that I recommend if you have a long camper, and in this case I mean like longer than 20 ft. Mostly the best spots are the corner spots on the end of the loops, because they are the straightest and longest. It is right on the Hiwassee River and there is a boat ramp that you can use as a take out. If you own your own equipment and have more than one car you can take your stuff up and put in at Webb's Store or go further up where there shuttle goes to and float all the way down to the camp. The big down side for me is that they allow generators, but they are not generator friendly. The policy says online to use no more than necessary, but a park ranger approached (probably from a complaint) and said they ask that you use it no more than 15 minutes every two hours. I bought an inverter generator for instances just like this, but couldn't use it much. Oh, and no use at all at night. I do understand that one.
Video Review done by myself on my youtube channel (The Gimpy Camper)
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