Sunday, September 17, 2017

Two Rivers Landing RV Resort

We arrived here the day after Labor Day. The manager called and asked us to start work here early (original start date was November 1st working through April 30th). Our site is free and includes electric, water, sewer, WiFi and cable TV. All sites are concrete. We work three 1/2 day's then off four days. There are four of us here to do the work. So far we have been learning our jobs. Mary is in the office so she has the brain work to handle. I don't need much brain power to do my jobs which are Pool Boy, Janitor and Landscape work. I did not know a thing about pool cleaning and maintenance, now I am an expert. The pool will close soon so I won't be Pool Boy much longer. The weather is in upper 80's this week so outdoor work is more difficult. I hope for cooler weather soon. We will NOT be working here for the summer season!

Directions are I-40 to Exit 407 which is the Smokies exit. Go south for 3.5 miles, cross the French Broad River bridge, turn right at the Smokie Mountains Knife Works. Go to the second stop sign, turn right. You will see the resort along the river bank. This really is a "Resort", unlike many that say they are but fall short. It's spotless everywhere and that's my job to keep it that way. There are 50 sites total so it's not too large. 

Please stop and see us if you are vacationing in the Smokies. We are on site 53. Better yet, if you bring your RV stay here a few days. RV's are restricted to Class A, B, C, 5th wheels and hard sided travel trailers. To popups or tents. We know a lot of friends that make this a favorite area to visit so we hope to see you here even if it's just for a visit. Tennessee and the mountains is our favorite place to be.


Two Rivers Landing RV Resort


My morning Pool Boy duties are here.
Mary in the office.
Lots of RV's coming and going
Plenty of landscaping to keep us busy.
River front sites on the French Broad River.
Johnny's RV wash is here quite often.
Our motorhome. We get the back row since we are staying here free.
Sunsets at Two Rivers





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