July 28, 2018 - reviewed by Jeanette
Lovely campground, relatively easy to get in and out of, close to the interstate. They have activities planned every day, even give you an activity calendar in check in. The grounds are really clean and well maintained. The river is gorgeous and has swings to sit and enjoy. The staff is very pleasant and outgoing. We were in a pull through close to the road, but the noise didn't bother our sleep since we sleep with a fan. Make sure to eat at the little cafe; my husband and I had scrambled eggs (2) and bacon (2) for under $5 total. And it was good. Lots of stuff for kids to do, fish, bike ride, mini golf, playground, etc..
July 7, 2018 - reviewed by The Deuschle Family
Absolutely A Must Go!
This was our first time at Pride RV Park & Resort. The park is easy access right off of I40 and very close to to 276N & S, basically you’re very well located to get to just about anywhere for a quick day trip to Sliding Rock, Nantahala, Cherokee, Waynesville, Asheville and so much more. Try to make it a point to go to the Smoky Mts Natl Pk to catch a glimpse of the Elk. Absolutely beautiful. The park was absolutely one of the most beautiful settings we’ve ever stayed at. We suggest getting a spot alongside the river. The spots will easily accommodate a 44ft RV. There is a small quaint restaurant with some of the friendliest people you’ll ever meet. Activities galore! We’ll be back for sure! Figuring out our schedule already. We stayed for two was and it wasn’t nearly enough time. This place is magical! Fireflies, fire pits, pool, CLEAN CLEAN CLEAN!! Very well run!! The only thing we thought was slightly disappointing was the Saw Mill that starts operating at 7:30am...
June 19, 2018 - reviewed by Amanda
This was our first visit to Pride RV. It’s super easy to get to- right off I 40. We have 4 boys ages 11.5 to 20 mths. Everyone had a blast. The creek was a hit. You can bring your own tubes or rent them at the camp store & go tubing down the river. There are fire pits near the water for s’mores. Only a few though, so make sure to “reserve” your spot or you can always make new friends & join another group at a fire pit. Gas fire pits are allowed at your campsite. The pool was clean & fun for everyone. The bathhouses are cleaned twice a day & look great. There is a small restaurant that serves breakfast on the weekends, plus lunch and dinner. Nice playground and mini golf. Daily activities for entertainment. It’s near downtown Waynesville, Maggie Valley, Cherokee, Bryson City, Asheville, and many other locations. Perfect for day trips and hiking. Everyone we met there including staff were super friendly. With our coast to coast membership it was only $20 a night for full h/u & cable!
August 22, 2016 - reviewed by Chuck
Rate reflects C2C rate. While the sites are a bit tight, this is one of the cleanest and most well kept campgrounds that we have ever stayed in. Pleasant staff and many amenities. A bit of road noise stying closer to the entrance. Cell service was good. We have stayed there 3 times and will be back.