We just made a trip up to the smokes and I figured I would make a few notes on the two campgrounds we stayed in Pigeon Forge this year. Foothills RV - http://www.foothillsrvparkandcabins.com/ There are a ton of reviews for this campground, so I'm going to keep it short. Great campground with probably the nicest and cleanest bath house I have ever seen. Site pads are shaded, paved, and level. This is a small campground (I think 33 or so sites plus cabins) arranged in a loop around the bathhouse/laundry/pool. The only negative I have is that the sites are narrow, though this is typical in Pigeon Forge. The pool is very small, though acceptable based on the small number of camp sites (I also don't normally worry about swimming in the smokies). River Plantation RV Park - http://rvcoutdoors.com/river-plantation/ We stayed at River Plantation this weekend. This is a huge campground with a lot of amenities and a large pool area (lazy river, two+ pools), a playground, arcade, conference center, etc. The sites were level with well maintained gravel pads. The amount of shade seems to depend on the site. The bathrooms were perfectly clean and functional. The majority of RVs were fifth wheels or large motor homes, and this seems to be their target audience (though they seems completely happy to have us there in our pop ups). This gets me to my only complaint; unless your rig has at least a porta-potty, I'd say roughly half the campground isn't worth booking due to the distances to the bathhouses (to give them credit, they pointed this out when I booked and helped find three sites as close as possible to a bath house). With the campground layout, we were 1 row over and directly across from a bathhouse, but unless you cut through campsites, you were a 5 minute walk from the same bath house (feels like a long way in the middle of the night). They could easily add designated paths between some of the sites to make a route to the bath houses and the sites are wide enough (compared to other Pigeon Forge campgrounds) that this wouldn't be a problem. To summarize, I was very happy with both campgrounds, and will likely stay at either/both in the coming years.