Is it Time to Start Planning your Camping Trip?

Tennessee provides a number of great places for camping. Some of the best campgrounds are found just a short drive from Nashville, while others may be a few hours away.

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Is it Time to Start Planning your Camping Trip?

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Friday, March 14th, 2014 at 10:30am.

CampingTennessee provides a number of great places for camping. Some of the best campgrounds are found just a short drive from Nashville, while others may be a few hours away. However, if you plan ahead and you want to take a long weekend for camping, driving away from the city will be well worth it.

Top Campgrounds Throughout Tennessee

Finding a great place for tent, RV or camper camping is important if you enjoy the outdoors. Here are some of the top choices found in Tennessee.

  • Deep Valley Park - 762 Hunters Cove Road, Allons
  • KOA Kampgrounds - 3291 Shoehorn Drive, Arlington
  • KOA Kampgrounds - 2509 Decatur Pike, Athens
  • Rocky Top Campground - 496 Pearl Lane, Blountville
  • TILAWA Marina - 1700 Sink Valley Road, Butler
  • Lookout Valley RV Park - 3714 Cummings Highway, Chattanooga
  • Pebble Mountain Family Campground - 78 Pebble Mountain Campground, Chuckey
  • Jellystone Park Camp Resort - 4946 Hooper Highway, Cosby
  • Inspiration Point Fish Camp - 2527 Inspiration Point, Dandridge
  • KOA Kampgrounds - 2340 Highway 46 S, Dickson
  • Bledsoe Creek State Park - 400 Siegler's Fort Road, Gallatin
  • Crazy Horse Campground - 4609 East Parkway, Gatlinburg
  • Greenbrier Island Campground - 2353 East Parkway, Gatlinburg
  • Standing Stone State Park - 1674 Standing Stone Park Highway, Hilham
  • Smoky Mountain Campground - 194 Foretravel Drive, Kodak
  • Music City Campground - 5047 Murfreesboro Road, La Vergne
  • Cedars of Lebanon State Park - 328 Decatur Forest Road, Lebanon
  • KOA Kampgrounds - 2626 Music Valley Drive, Nashville
  • Anderson Road Campground - 4010 Anderson Road, Nashville
  • Two Rivers Campgrounds - 2614 Music Valley Drive, Nashville
  • KOA Kampgrounds - 3514 Cedar Top Lane, Pigeon Forge
  • Foothills Campground & Cabins - 4235 Huskey Street, Pigeon Forge
  • Sunset To Dawn Campground - 300 Campground Road, Spencer
  • Nashville I-24 Campground - 1130 Rocky Fort Road, Smyrna
  • Big Meadow Family Campground - 8215 Cedar Creek Road, Townsend
  • Buffalo River Canoe & Camp - Highway 13 North, Waynesboro

All of these campgrounds can provide what you need for your next campout in Tennessee.

 

Gary Ashton

The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

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