Typically, we steer clear of any campgrounds that have "resort" or "RV Park" in the description. But, when you wait until the last minute (literally) to find someplace to camp over Memorial Day Weekend, you take what you can get. We ended up with an "okay" spot.
Even though the sites appeared to be rather close, I didn't see any of the larger travel trailers have any difficulty getting into their spots.
A Pet Walk is available; however, I didn't see very many dog owners taking advantage of this spot. In fact, I had to walk carefully in the grass walking near the bridge. Apparently people thought that was an okay place to allow their dogs to do their business without picking up after them.
A pavilion is also available for groups.
If camping isn't your thing, there are cabins for rent.
There is a separate tent area.
There is a nice pool on the premises.
Quiet hours are from 10 pm to 8 am, but apparently they're different for the KOA that is right next to here. There are KOA cabins that are just across the river, and there were a couple of cabins that were just getting started around 10:00 pm.
Tremont Outdoor Resort is just at the entrance of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, so we heard quite a bit of traffic noise, especially motorcycles. We would stay here again if we weren't able to get a spot at another campground (like Cades Cove, Elkmont, Smokemont, Mile High, or a state park).
Seeing this guy definitely made it worth it:
The view of the river from the bridge was quite nice as well: