Tennessee in the Fall

Because of its rolling wilderness areas, colorful National Parks and the Country Music Hall of Fame, Tennessee is among the most popular destinations for RVers.

Here are five of the top RV Parks to explore in the Volunteer State.

Crossville’s Deer Run RV Park

Deer Run RV Park offers full utility hookups and cable TV at your site.

The showers, restrooms, and laundry facilities are all well maintained and clean. Some of the park’s amenities include firewood delivered to your site, golf cart rentals and a camp store where you can grab supplies and food or visit the deli and relax at the park’s beach areas. They even have some great fishing onsite at the private lake.

For more outdoors fun, Fall Creek Falls State Park and the Catoosa Wildlife Management Area are only a few miles down the road.

This RV park is going to be a good fit for your trip if you want to explore some of the major Tennessee attractions like Nashville, Knoxville, or Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge.

 

Bluff City’s Lakeview RV Park

Lakeview RV Park offers paved roads and extra wide sites with full utility hookups and cable TV overlooking Boone Lake. This beautiful park was voted Tennessee Campground of the Year by the Tennessee Campground Association in 2010-2011 and 2013-2014.

Their bathrooms, showers and laundry facilities are clean and well lit. The campground store offers boat and golf cart rentals, a business center and complimentary coffee every day. Lakeview also offers group pavilions and plenty of fun on the water, including fishing, skiing, tubing and more.

Lakeview is a good fit for your trip if you are wanting to visit such famous attractions as Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol Caverns, Johnson City, Bluff City,  the Appalachian Wilderness, Roan Mountain State Park, or Bays Mountain State Park.

 

Nashville’s Seven Points Campground

This campground has excellent amenities and facilities that include RV sites with electric and water hookups and dump stations located throughout the park.

Bathrooms and laundry facilities are located throughout the park to clean up after a fun day out. There is also a large playground ready for the kids.

Located right on Percy Priest Lake, Seven Points Campground has a dock so that you can hit the lake directly from your campsite.

This campground is close to Nashville, known for its live music and delicious BBQ

 

Pigeon Forge’s Pine Mountain RV Park

Pine Mountain RV Park welcomes you with scenic views, rolling hills and plenty of amenities. This park’s sites are all on concrete pads and come equipped with full utility hookups, cable TV, picnic table and fire ring.

The bathrooms, showers and laundry facilities are all clean and well lit. The camp store offers supplies and a place to grab a bite to eat.

Pigeon Forge Parkway is only two blocks away, where you’ll find plenty of shopping, dining, and other attractions. Your also only a few minutes away from Great Smoky Mountain National Park where you’ll find hiking and zip lines for a great outdoor adventure.

Gatlinburg’s Smoky Bear Campground

Smoky Bear Campground has shaded sites that are spacious and come with full utility hookups, Wi-Fi access and also include picnic tables and fire rings. The park has plenty of hot showers and a laundry facility. The clubhouse has an RV and camp store for supplies, a full kitchen available for public use and group pavilions.

Gatlinburg is a great stop for the outdoorsy types, with the Great Smoky Mountain National Park right around the corner and the beautiful city of Gatlinburg itself.

Tennessee is known for Music, nature, and history. It is filled with exciting adventures for anyone looking to get a taste of the best the south has to offer. Consider renting an RV to visit any one of the above RV parks and you’re sure to get a taste of what Tennessee offers travelers year-round.

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