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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.
Margaritaville RV Resorts utilizes the comfort, freedom and affordability of RV life while combining it with the upscale amenities and established name of Margaritaville Resorts.
Camp Margaritaville is coming soon to the Pigeon Forge, right in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains.
What will Camp Margaritaville offer?
There will be three ways to stay at Camp Margaritaville in Pigeon Forge:
RV Sites: Camp Margaritaville will offer 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.
Cabins: Guests who prefer a cabin experience can stay on-site in a rustic cabin with a bit more privacy while still having access to all the amenities of the site.
The cabins are will be set up for comfort and convenience.
The Lodge: 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.
These options allow guests to choose their own level of privacy while soaking in all the perks of a camper lifestyle.
What amenities will the Margaritaville RV Resort offer?
This all-new Margaritaville RV Resort will offer a camp store, a restaurant and bar, pickleball courts, a putting green, pool, a kiddie play area and a water slide.
The RV sites will include the best of both words 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.
How much will it cost to stay at the Margaritaville RV Resort?
Prices have not yet been posted for the Margaritaville RV Resort in Pigeon Forge.
However, prices could be comparable to the Margaritaville RV Resort at Lanier Islands in Georgia, which average $199 per night for a cabin and ranges from $59-124 per night for RV hookups.
It’s important to note, though, that Pigeon Forge will be its own unique property and home of the very first Camp Margaritaville in the country.
As always, prices will vary by location and are subject to change.
Margaritaville RV Resort in Pigeon Forge is being built at the old Boyds Bear Factory building.
It is set to open in 2021.
If you’re interested in “roughing it in luxury” and ready to enjoy upscale amenities with the natural surroundings of the Great Smoky Mountains, be sure to stay tuned for the grand opening of Camp Margaritaville.
What do you think of the new Margaritaville RV Resort? Let us know in the comments!
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