Camp Margaritaville RV Resort now open in Pigeon Forge

Camp Margaritaville offers impressive amenities backed by a trusted name (photo by Bill Burris/TheSmokies.com)

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There are two main types of vacationers.

First there’s the outdoorsy vacationer. These folks enjoy being one with nature. They don’t mind roughing it a bit or occasionally going without indoor plumbing or Internet.

They don’t need the luxuries of housekeeping or continental breakfast. These folks like to unplug and enjoy simpler times.

And then there are the “indoorsy” vacationers. These folks enjoy white fluffy towels, having a private indoor toilet nearby at all times, and generally have to drench themselves in bug spray and sunscreen dare they step foot outside.

But luckily, now there is a way to get the best of both worlds: A compromise, if you will, for those who enjoy the outdoors but also appreciate the conveniences of modern amenities.

Introducing Camp Margaritaville RV Resorts.

Camp Margaritaville utilizes the comfort, freedom and affordability of RV life while combining it with the upscale amenities and established name of Margaritaville Resorts.

Camp Margaritaville RV Resorts is now open in the Pigeon Forge, right in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains. The Lodge is set to open later this year.

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The RV Resort at Camp Margaritaville is now open (photo by Bill Burris/TheSmokies.com)

Ways to stay at Camp Margaritaville

There are two ways to stay at Camp Margaritaville in Pigeon Forge:

RV Resort (now open): Camp Margaritaville offers several large sites for RV hookups so guests can park their own home away from home and get busy enjoying nature with a margarita in hand.

RV sites offer outdoor relaxation yet still offer upscale amenities such as bath and laundry facilities, WiFi and cable TV.

The Lodge (opens fall 2021): The Lodge will offer a unique, luxurious experience for guests. This option is for the traveler who likes to indulge in a more traditional hotel experience.

It encompasses the carefree spirit of guests who prefer sipping cocktails by the pool while still enjoying a mountain view.

With these two lodging options, groups and family members can each select their own comfort level while still enjoying a family vacation together.

A bathhouse and laundry is available to guests at the Margaritaville RV Resort (photo by Bill Burris/TheSmokies.com)

What amenities does the Margaritaville RV Resort have?

This all-new Margaritaville RV Resort offers a camp store, a restaurant and bar and a resort pool with a double-looped water slide.

The RV sites include the best of both worlds for all types of vacationers: Fans of the outdoors will enjoy the relaxation and adventure offered by the nearby Great Smoky Mountains.

Fans of the indoors will enjoy the upscale bath and laundry facilities and WiFi.

This expansion marks the fourth Margaritaville branded entity in the Smokies. Margaritaville hotels currently offer locations in both Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg.

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Camp Margaritaville offers a pool and hot tub for its guests (photo by Bill Burris/TheSmokies.com)

What RV site types does Camp Margaritaville have?

The RV Resort offers five site types:

Super Site: Includes a 70-ft back-in site with special amenities, preferred locations, 30/50 Amp with full hookup, picnic table, free WiFi, fire ring and more.

Standard: Includes a concrete pad, 30/50 amp with full hook-up, free WiFi, cable TV, fire ring and picnic table. Site lengths range from 21-51 feet.

Deluxe: Includes a concrete pad, 30/50 amp with full hookup, free WiFi and cable, fire ring and picnic table. Site lengths range from 34-51 feet.

Premium: Includes a back-in site with a concrete pad, 30/50 amp with full hook-up, free WiFi, cable, fire ring and picnic table.

Family: Includes a back-in site with concrete pad, 30/50 amp with full hook up, free WiFi, cable, fire ring and picnic table.

For more details, click here.

Check in at Camp Margaritaville
Pricing for the Margaritaville RV Resort will vary depending on arrival dates and lot type (photo by Bill Burris/TheSmokies.com)

How much does it cost to stay at the Margaritaville RV Resort?

Pricing will vary depending on number of guests, arrival dates, RV type and other factors.

Standard sites start at around $105 per night, but this varies depending on many factors, so be sure to enter your dates and information here to view accurate pricing. 

Specials may include offers as low as $79 per night.

If you’re interested in booking, you may book online here or call Camp Margaritaville Reservations at (865) 429-0070 Monday-Thursday from 9 am to 7 pm and Friday from 9 am to 5 pm.

Reservations for the Camp Margaritaville Lodge, opening Fall 2021, will be available soon.

We will continue to update this article as new updates are available. Follow TheSmokies.com on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates.

Camp Margaritaville is located at 149 Cates Lane in Pigeon Forge, TN.

What do you think of the new Margaritaville RV Resort? Let us know in the comments!

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