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Nice accommodations for people and equines. Some of the trails could have been groomed more but all around great time. Good clean lodging and very accommodating with my equine family members! Highly recommend.
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Response from Heidi B, Owner at Big South Fork Lodge & Horse CampgroundResponded 26 October 2016
Thanks for your review! The Big South Fork Lodge and Campground has been taken over by new owners as of Sept 2016. We would love for you to return and see the updates and improvements we are making!
Would not advise anyone staying here. The barn we stayed in was the nicest part of our stay and the fact it was close to the trailhead. The water was brown the majority of the time and not enough water pressure. With three trailers there,...More
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Response from claudia b, Owner at Big South Fork Lodge & Horse CampgroundResponded 18 November 2016
Thank you for staying with us. The water at the barn is from a well and it runs through sandstone, which causes some sand at time. Running the water for a few minutes will allow it to clear. The shower house you are...More
I stayed two nights at the lodge while looking at properties in the area. The room was comfortable and clean ans Jim and Claudia weren't the perfect hosts full of information! Claudia cooked me a delicious breakfast and give me loads of tips and trivia...More
I haven't been here in a long time but thought the facilities and trails were were great! There are easy trails and some more challenging . Most of the land is reclaimed mining but it's beautiful. Very clean campground.
You will be right at the park boundry when staying here. The Cumberland trailhead is directly across the road. This is a lodge and horsecamp for horse riders. It's furnished to be such. All rooms have a porch for "sittin". Across the road is the...More
Thinking about going to the longest yard sale this Aug. 2015, is this located centrally to the route? Are any of the accommodations like hotel rooms with limited perks? Any other suggestions for the trip? Coming from SC.
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7 April 2015|
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I can give you an idea about the room we stayed in last November, 2014. There are two photos on Trip Advisor to help. I just now added the photo "Motel rooms at Big South Fork Lodge in November" in the Traveler photos album... More
I can give you an idea about the room we stayed in last November, 2014. There are two photos on Trip Advisor to help. I just now added the photo "Motel rooms at Big South Fork Lodge in November" in the Traveler photos album to show the exterior of the motel-type rooms. In the Management photos album see "Large motel rooms (1-4 Persons) with refrigerator" for a view of the interior of a room. We found the room to be clean and comfortable, though otherwise rustic. It will be hot and muggy in August so you'll want to be sure the A/C is working. It is a twisting, turning road to get to Hwy 127 from the lodge so it will take 20 - 25 minutes to get there.
As to the longest yard sale, I'm not sure about the location compared to other places. I once happened by chance upon the yard sale just South of Crossville, TN. From what I saw, I don't think there is a central location. The highway was literally lined on both sides with a variety of sales areas. I guess it will be about the same anywhere along the highway. Parking to shop is haphazard but traffic is slowed down for the show and other drivers are accepting of the situation. It is an interesting experience.
Good luck and happy sales hunting.
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"We had a private room with rocking chairs on the front porch."