We decided to combine a camping vacation with a trip to Bristol, TN to see our oldest son. We were nervous about the fact that Warrior's Path SP (and most Tennessee State Parks) does not take advanced reservations. I called the day before we planned to leave and the lady I spoke with said we shouldn't have a problem getting a site if we were coming on a Sunday, as there were some campers scheduled to check out. She said we could check-in at 3 pm. So we left on Sunday, June 4, and arrived right at 3. We chose a nice site on Loop D. We got the PUP parked and the outside (incl. awning, chairs, rug, dog kennel, etc.) set up just in time. My DH sat down with an adult beverage to get some R&R, and I began the inside set-up. Within minutes, the sky turned dark and stormy with high winds, thunder, lightning, rain, and HAIL! So DH and I rushed to get everything under the cover of the awning. That put a damper on the Dutch Oven meal we had planned that night, so out came the luncheon meat, bread, cheese, and chips. Oh, well! The next day we were able to scope out the rest of the main campground. It is divided into four sections, A-D. Most of the sites were small and close. In section D there was a boat ramp for use by campers only. There were only two restroom (toilet) areas in the main campground--one was located in section B, and one in section D. Then there was one main bath house--not much for a large campground of 94 sites. The bath house had two sides-men's and ladies- with three toilet stalls each. (Well, one in the ladies was out-of-order.) There was also an area on each side with three shower stalls that shared one shower curtain (not very private!). We also checked out the rest of the park. There is a very nice Olympic-sized pool, an equestrian area, a marina with another boat ramp for day-use visitors, lots of trails, picnic shelters, a fishing dock, a boundless playground for children of all abilities, and golf and disc golf courses. There was also an overflow campground of 40 sites, but they did not have electric hook-ups, and I don't know about water. The park offered many events and programs throughout the day and into the evening for both children and adults. The park staff was very nice and attentive to the campers. Now for the downside...the comfort facilites were NOT very clean! Every morning someone went into the restrooms and put blue stuff in the toilets and refilled the soap and paper dispensers. That was the only "cleaning" that was done. The floors WERE NOT mopped and the sinks and toilets WERE NOT sanitized. As for the main bath house, it was only "cleaned" on Wednesday, if that is what you would call it. On our last day there was still the same dirty tissues in the corners, a panty protector from a new swimsuit was still stuck to the toilet stall door, etc. I regret now not taking pictures. It was really gross. But I am going to submit a letter about the comfort stations to the parks system. The other issues we had: the park does not clean the fire pits-we had to clean our own when we arrived, as there was garbage in it. Also, so many campers around us burned garbage! The people next to us were even burning their grandson's diapers! On the way home we had a tire blowout on the camper. Just as we finished swapping out the spare and were getting back in the car again, the sky turned dark and we had the same weather as we had on Sunday. We had to get off at the next exit and wait it out for about fifteen minutes. Then we ran into traffic from an accident on I-95, which delayed our arrival home another hour and a half. Thus, a seven hour trip turned into almost a ten hour trip. Overall, we liked WPSP and we would go back if we had a camper with bathroom facilities.