catherine2740

catherine2740

August 25, 2019

Really really amazing campground with great owners who are friendly and accommodating. It rained the whole time and they made sure to offer the club house if needed. We’ll aim times and spacious bathrooms, showers, pool, and jacuzzi. Quiet and serene and very close to smoky mountains national park

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August 25, 2019

Awesome tour, great tour guides.

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August 25, 2019

This place is ridiculously expensive. $50 for the basic tour with an additional $10 just to park. You spend a lot of time waiting for the bus to take you to the house and there are a zillion opportunities to spend more money. Obviously I did it anyways because Elvis, and it was a well done tour. Audio with an iPad and headphones, slow pace with some independence, and they keep the groups apart so it never seems crowded. If you like Elvis, go. If you don’t care really, you’ll just resent the prices

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August 25, 2019

This place does not exist

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July 09, 2019
Rated 4.0

You won’t be going on any of the hikes in July as temps are over 100 but it is a beautiful place to explore and take photos. There are a few short nature nature trails and the Bajada loop drive exceeded my expectations.

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July 09, 2019
Rated 5.0

Beautiful quiet campsite! Clean, spacious, and private sites, with clean bathrooms. I came in early July so it was self registration but the site was nearly empty at 5 when I arrived. Many campers arrived later in the evening. Gorgeous landscaping and desert views.

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August 05, 2014

Very quiet, clean campground if you're camping alone or in a big group; tent or RV. Close to a gas station and market, but still secluded and serene! Drinking water throughout campsite, new fire rings, and a couple flush toilet facilities centrally located. Very wooded so it feels like you're camping in the wilderness!

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August 05, 2014

The map and navigation feature lead you to a town just off the 5. Be aware, however that the Umpqua National Forest is accessed from the 138 beginning about 15 miles east of the town. Watson falls is at the 60.5 mile market at road 37. Unfortunately I turned around halfway there doubting I had enough gas to get me there and back. If you cannot spare an hour out and back for the falls, the 138 runs alongside a beautifully scenic river and there are turnouts for photos or a quick swim.

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