When we go on a road trip, we are always looking for something a little different when it comes to lodging. Sure we can stay at a chain motel, but the memorable moments often take place when you stretch a little and think outside the typical. Last year when we spent some time in Pigeon Forge, we stayed in a great cabin at the Riverside RV Park & Campground in Sevierville! I can guarantee you’re going to want to go here too!
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Riverside RV: the place to Stay in Sevierville
Riverside RV Park & Resort is conveniently located less than 15 miles from the heart of Pigeon Forge. We needed convenient access to local attractions like WonderWorks, Hollywood Wax Museum and Dixie Stampede. And of course, Riverside RV & Campground is just a couple minutes from the popular Smoky Mountain Knife Works Store! Even with the traffic on Friday evening heading in toward Dixie Stampede, we still arrived in plenty of time for our dinner and show.
If you are looking for a place to stay in Sevierville (near Pigeon Forge), check this out!
View from the Porch
We are an outdoor loving family! We love to visit the city and experience the energy of the tourist attractions, but when it comes to lodging, we want to be able to step back and soak up the beauty of nature. Riverside RV Park & Resort gave us exactly what we were needing. We checked in and got the beds ready so everything would be ready when we got back from our fun in Pigeon Forge.
The first place my kids went was down by the Little Pigeon River with their book and journal.
The cabins are set right above the river so you can stand on the porch and enjoy the beauty!
One of the things that stood out to me is the quiet you feel from the porch of the cabin. Even though you are literally minutes from the city of Pigeon Forge, and only one turn off the main road, you feel like you are out away from the city.
Inside the Cabins
We stayed in a cabin with two double beds, bathroom, and kitchen area. You bring your own sheets, towels and toiletries (but if you forget something, just contact the office and they can help you out!)
Growing up, I remember staying in small cabins and we would really feel like we were roughing it. But these cabins at Riverside RV Park & Resort are more like glamping. (In case you don’t know the meaning of glamping: Dictionary.com defines glamping as the activity of camping with some of the comforts and luxuries of home.. There’s heat/air condition even a refrigerator to keep your drinks and snacks cold!
If you are there on Sunday, you can check out the weekly church services in the outdoor tabernacle.
If an RV is more your style, then take advantage of the full sites ready for you and your travel trailer!
There is a pool but since we arrived on a cold day in November, I can’t show you how much fun that will be on our next visit!
Connect with Riverside RV Campground
4280 Boyds Creek Highway
Sevierville, TN 37876
Have you ever stayed here at Riverside RV Park & Resort? I’d love to hear your favorite memory!
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