PRIDE RV PARK

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PRIDE RV PARK is a RV Park in or near the town of Maggie Valley. It is a largish park with a reported 150 slots to park your camper. This park has pull thru sites for your convenience. Do not worry too much about the length of your large Class A since the sites are built for large RVs. No need for a generator since the park has electric. One really nice thing is the 50 amp electric service. For the true RV experience – water hookups are provided – much better than camping in a tent! Sewer connections are provided. One of the more civilized services – 802.11 Wireless Internet – is provided by the owners of the park. When you are relaxing and enjoying your RV, you will also enjoy the Cable TV hookups too. Animals are welcome here. Some parts of this RV Park are more rustic than others with tent camping being accepted. We tend to enjoy parks that have some connection to a waterfront, like a river or lake – and this park has that. Bring your swim suit this park has access to a pool. Shade trees are at this RV park so you will be able to sip lemonade in style. If you ever get near Maggie Valley make sure you stop on by the PRIDE RV PARK.



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  1. James McPartland says

    This was a very nice campground and it had a lot to offer for children. The rest rooms were super clean every time I went there. Love the creek and we were on the front row. Very reasonable if you belong to RV America or 1 of the other clubs. They posted that no golfcarts were allowed but we saw at least 5,could be staff who are allowed on their off hours. Pool rules were a little ambiguous as they state children ” should” be accompanied by an adult. Also, an adult cannot swim alone rule, I kid you not! lol. The 18 hole putt putt golf course could use a little work like clearly numbering each hole. My grandkids loved the place and there is a retired SGTMAJ working there who in all actuality, should be the Park Manager. Just a class act!

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