Big South Fork is one of the best kept secrets in the National Park system. It's fairly new and the facilities are very nice at Bandy Creek campground (water and electric hookups and modern bathrooms). They even have stables for your horse. The historic town of Rugby is nearby. Mountain Biking is big in the park. Many nice trails, some shared with horseback riders. Instructions on how to do this without getting into trouble are given by the ranger. We drove our 85 Westy up there together with our neighbors and their 89. Even with 0.2 litres less displacement, ours with 4 speed is envenly matched on hills with their automatic. Don't expect a Disneworld atmosphere here as in Gatlinburg (Smoky Mountain National Park, Tennessee). BSF is great for those with imagination and bicycles. They have a storytelling festival in September. Reservations are needed for this. There's also a train ride from Blue Heron Campground in the northern section of the park.