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Reviewed May 25, 2015 via mobile

My husband and I went this Memorial Day weekend and had a blast! It's a rustic campground setting in the beautiful Tennessee mountains. The pool was so much fun and the people are super friendly, both guests and staff! We met so many fun, nice RVers on our trip and attended several "house parties" that start a few hours before the "Tavern" was open each night. We camp in a tent and felt very safe.
I can not wait for my next trip of relaxation and to see the friends we made again!
I wholeheartedly recommend you give this place a try!

Stayed: May 2015, traveled with friends
1  Thank Dwhblue7
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Reviewed July 22, 2014

We spent two nights in one of the cabins at Timberfell recently. It had been recommended by friends, but was not what we hoped it would be. The cabin was extremely small and lacking in amenities. The "kitchen" didn't have any dishware, or any way to prepare food. The refrigerator didn't even have ice trays, much less an ice maker. The cabin wouldn't be considered clean by most hotel/motel standards. On the plus side, the food provided by the lodge was good, and the staff was friendly and helpful, as were the other guests. My thought are that if you stayed here in your own RV, you would have what you need on hand. Or if you tent camped, you wouldn't expect much anyway. We paid a lot for this visit, and didn't get our money's worth.
I'm looking for Econolodge standards, but that's not available here.

Room Tip: If you come in your own RV, you'll be satisfied.
  • Stayed: June 2014, traveled as a couple
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12  Thank Gregory W
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Reviewed June 25, 2014 via mobile

The staff are so accomadative its the best place to get away from the world yo hang freely and let lose cant wait fot.my next trip. Love that the facilities are cleaned daily the food is awesome an freshly prepared daily

  • Stayed: May 2014
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3  Thank Travrlinboy
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Reviewed April 5, 2014

Fun events, very big bear population come here - especially in the RVs. Pool is nice, showers are clean and tavern is fun at nights. We came with 5 people and made a camping compound - and are coming back 3 more times this year for Sordid Lives, Camp Bear (we hear its huge), and Labor Day. Great location, right off the interstate only 3 hours from us here in Georgia...reminds me of how fun Rivers Edge used to be. Take your own booze - which they allow but you have to buy your own beer.

Room Tip: Camping is really fun - we went with a
  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled with friends
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6  Thank Furry B
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Reviewed December 18, 2012

my 1st visit was about 15 yrs ago and since then some improvements have been added..i recently went last july 4th wknd....the place was quiet crowded..most rooms were rented out..
the campground is about a 30 min ride from tri cities airport..its located up a short dirt road...there is a fairly large main cabin...i think they have about 8 rooms there...and thats where they serve breakfast and dinner..they are both buffet style and are included with the rooms but an extra charge if you are camping...i think it was about 10 bucks extra...theres not much around to eat so unless you drive in and bring your own food..this is a good option..food is nothing fancy..basic pancakes..eggs for breakfast...lasagna..salads..pot roast ...that kind of thing for dinner..only drawback for meals is that 830 is breakfast and 730 for dinner....
there is a large pool...they now have a outdoor bar....again this is in the woods so don't expect a lot...most people bring their own liquor..but tn has an odd law that you cant bring beer on the property...go figure...theres a pool house with showers..steam room and dry sauna...all just down the hill from the main house...they have added about 5 one room cabins...again very very basic...small tv...bed..small fridge and ac..the bathroom for these is the shared ones located about a 5 min walk to one of the barn or barn annex bldg...they have locker room style showers..sinks..toilets...each barn has about 10 rooms...all are reasonably priced....they have a round tree house with a very good light and music system...there is room for you to park and rv or leave your small camper there permanently..they have added more camper sites up the mountain.if you really want to ruff it you can pitch a tent..there is some electric hookup but not a lot for tents....you get a lot of walking done here...they have theme wknds which i have never attended..but look fun...if you go dont expect the four seasons...it is a little ruff..but youll have a good time if you keep an open mind or go with friends...theres not much to do except sleep late..eat..drink and lay by the pool...

Room Tip: avoid the main lodge in the summer...its to far to walk to the pool...cell phone reception is very bad on the compound..youll nn to go out to main street to get reception..
  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled solo
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13  Thank xncman
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