Our site was $56 a night, plus $3 resort fee(?), plus $6 tax, plus $7 for internet service - it adds up to EXPENSIVE. The deluxe pull-through site was nice. There are older and newer sections in the campground and the newer ones are much nicer. The bathrooms were the biggest letdown. First, they are old. They were also dirty when we arrived in the afternoon and they were not cleaned overnight or the next morning. We left a day early and went to Gatlinburg.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- What a location! The Cherokee/Great Smokies KOA is bordered on one side by the serene Raven Fork River and on the other side by three tribal trout ponds. It lies just across the road from Great Smoky Mountains National Park and 1 mile from the Blue Ridge Parkway. From almost anywhere on the KOA's grounds, take in 360-degree mountain views. The resort kampground offers Kamping Kabins, Kottages and Lodges, large RV sites, tent sites and tepees. This KOA is ideal for the biggest group gatherings with year-round indoor and seasonal outdoor pools and hot tubs, food service, an island pet walk, an outdoor movie-cinema, a Jumping Pillow and adventure mini golf. Kampers enjoy the shuttle to area attractions and events too numerous to count. Check online for special events, theme weekends and seasonal activities. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Cherokee / Great Smokies Koa Hotel Cherokee