We spent with tax close to $38 per night for a tent site. We spent 2 nights there. We were close to the restrooms which were kept clean. We only had a firering - no grill, so I had to go to Walmart to buy a portable Charcoal Grill. The site had no running water, so we had to go to the restroom which had an outside sink area to wash the dishes - which worked out fine, but not having water meant constantly running up to the restroom area to wash off your hands.
The second day we were there it was drizzling most of the day and everything looked fine, then sometime from around midnight to 5:30 am - the place flooded - I could feel the floor entrance of the tent and it felt like a waterbed. There was a ton of water under the tent and it had seeped into the tent. I stepped out of the tent into almost a foot of water. We took our tent down in the rain and went home.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Manchester KOA Campground is located only an hour from Nashville and is one of the best places to use as a base camp to explore the world famous Jack Daniels Distillery or the Secret Smokies. Our KOA features a swimming pool, playground, dog park, fishing pond and several other amenities. We offer both 30 amp as well as 50 amp service for all sizes of rigs and our longest site is over 100 feet. We also feature a variety of cabins ranging from sleeping only to deluxe cabins with full kitchens and private bathrooms. ... more less