We are currently staying in Pigeon Forge, TN at Pine Mountain RV Park. We have had a wonderful time enjoying this area off-season while the crowds are much smaller. We got here just in time to be featured in the park’s Yelp video:CLICK HERE! Pine Mountain Yelp Page The video is the first photo listed on the Yelp page.
The park is situated along side a creek with very friendly and hungry ducks and views of the mountains. There are also two friendly (and very quiet) donkeys across the creek.
The facilities here are top notch!
This is the perfect place to stay in our Motorhome and have friends come to visit and stay in the cute little cottages. We’ve enjoyed our visits with friends!!
There are two cottages on site.
Very bright and cheery living area.
Each cottage has two bedrooms with Queen beds.
Nice size bathroom.
If you are looking for a fun getaway, anytime of year, come and visit the Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg area. There’s so much to do for everyone and the area is beautiful. They are still trying to recover from the recent fires and they need everyone to come and visit. Come and spend your money here and give some locals a hug!
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It’s cold and rainy and we’re all still feeling a bit puny. But, we are continuing our journey back to the south.
It’s a good work day, though. I can get a lot of work done while Brodie drives toward my next meetings.
I am so excited to be spending a week in the Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg area where my very best friend is coming to celebrate our birthdays.
We’re well on our way to the Grand Canyon. We made it to our next stop today, which is Memphis, TN. We’re staying in the Graceland RV park. The area around Graceland appears to be a little sketchy, but the park is nice.
We’ll be staying here a couple of days before we move on west.
Once we were in Memphis and only 3 to 4 miles from the park, we had a very unique situation happen. We’re driving along when a car, coming the opposite direction, did a hard, fast u-turn in front of us and a young male, late teens or early 20’s, rolled out of the back door and across the pavement.
We came to a stop and Jodi called 911 to report it. I contemplated getting out to assist, but before I could more people showed up, from where I don’t know, and angry voices began. We decided it was best to let the police come and do their thing and we left the area before things got violent. Besides, the afternoon shift was filing out of the adjacent strip club to take a look. There were more than enough feet already on the ground to handle whatever situation it was.
Any who, we arrived safely and got situated.