July 10, 2020 - reviewed by Pastor Mike
A Beautiful And Restful Stay
We stayed two nights in our 29-ft. travel trailer in an electric-only site. $10 a night with the National Park Seniors Pass! Wish we could have stayed longer. Lots to see and do. Hiked three miles round trip to the tri-state point; drove up to the pinnacle overlook; visited Lincoln Memorial University; shopped at the Montgomery Mart (don’t miss it!). Our campground host Larry was friendly and helpful. Restrooms and showers were nice and clean. Shady sites with table and fire ring. Hiking and biking were fun too. Overall, a great experience!
May 21, 2018 - reviewed by Lynn
Great Campground, But It Is In Virginia
If you follow the signs, you will get to it without any problems. Self registration. The place is almost empty, I see some stuff at some of the sites, but haven’t seen anyone. Sites are large, well separated by trees and bushes.
September 28, 2017 - reviewed by Christy
Sites are very far apart, with lots of trees to provide privacy. Everything is well-maintained and the staff is friendly and helpful. The surrounding area is beautiful and there are tons of trails to explore in this park and close by. And you don't have to sacrifice convenience for privacy-- there is a town with groceries, mechanics, and food ten minutes away. This is my favorite stop so far. **Be sure to follow the GPS coordinates on their website. This app's location is off by two miles.
June 2, 2017 - reviewed by The Pedalingduo
Not At This location
This park is not located in Cumberland Gap. It is east of here in Virginia a few miles away.
January 5, 2017 - reviewed by Nick Valentine
I have stayed here many, many times and have never been disappointed. Has very nice campsites and clean restrooms. It has never been full when I have been there and I don't understand why. Well managed, workers are very friendly and helpful. Lot's of trails too. Visit the Lincoln Museum at Lincoln Memorial University, Cumberland Gap, etc. Lots to visit in this area.