• Natalie Warriner

Blountville, Tennessee

Bristol / Kingsport KOA

April 2020

AT&T Data speeds: Good - but didn't log precise numbers



“Really pretty park, hard to navigate for big rigs. Loads for kids to do”

Our second stop on our way home, Restrooms all closed down again (thanks COVID) However they did have the laundry facilities open! Hooray!! It was much needed!!


The campsite is set in a steep hill. So it is difficult to navigate, we saw a few people struggling. The pedestals face eachother which is weird. So when we did get a neighbour later that evening his camper side faced ours. This isn't the first time we've seen this. But I don't understand why they do that. It's very uncomfortable.


Henry the maintenance and golf cart guy was very pleasant and kind. They do pick up trash for you on this site. They have a lovely big playground and bounce pad. All shut down but I am sure is fun in the summer! Lots of dog waste stations again which I like and poop bags! A nice large field up by the tent section to walk the dogs.



Internet was good again! Sites were not level. Was a nice place to spend the last night traveling. Homeward bound.



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