Location is the key feature of this RV park in Jackson. It’s a locally owned trailer park with asphalt sites in the front that are reserved for traveling RVers. While most of the area’s RV parks are in the towns surrounding Jackson, this one puts you right at the edge of the city by Interstate 40.
With the interstate and U.S. Route 412 right beside this RV park, it’s in an ideal spot for sightseeing. Casey Jones Village is five minutes away, and the downtown hub is not much farther. Countless shopping centers and restaurants are in the immediate area.
“This place is small clean and quiet for those who are looking for a place to rest while traveling in there RV’s or campers. Easy access to and from I-40.” – Denise, Google Review
Just northeast of Downtown Jackson is this mobile home park with a transient RV section. Few RV parks can be found within the city limits, so this one is a treasure for travelers who frequent the area. Although most sites are shaded, you can get an open space if you want satellite service.
The streets at this RV park are paved and well-lit, and the entire community is behind a privacy fence. A covered pavilion sits beside the swimming pool and is available to guests. If you have children, then you’ll want to take them over to the swings and let them shoot some hoops.
“…The park is clean, quiet, reasobly priced, they have a wonderful swimming pool, the onsite laundry room is inexpensive and clean. It is close to groceries, stores and restaurants and its right on the bus line. The staff was very nice too. I definitely recommend this as the RV place to stay…”
One of the highest spots in West Tennessee is home to this beautiful state park with three newly renovated campgrounds. Tent camping and RV camping are done separately, while the third section is reserved for equestrians. If you’re not at the park to horseback ride, then Lake Placid, and the hiking trails will keep you occupied.
Some of the best activities at this state park are done in the lake, including fishing, kayaking, swimming, canoeing, and riding paddle boats. Many state park guests hike through the woods just to watch for distinct bird species. Once they’re back at the campsite, they usually like to grill their food and eat at their own picnic tables.
“Paddle boats are fun, swimming is in the lake, camping sites are nice, inn food is good for the area, mountain bikes and horse trails.” – Spindron, Trip Advisor Review
When you enter Denmark, Tennessee, along Interstate 40, look for Providence Road. Then head south past a TA station surrounded by wheat fields. The entrance to Joy-O RV Park on the left side of the road leads you down a curvy dirt road, but you should be able to maneuver your way to the campground even if your RV is a big rig.
The path to this RV park in the Jackson, Tennessee, area is lined with beautiful evergreens. Once you reach the campground, you’ll see the big open field where you can walk your dog or just take a casual stroll. The couple who runs the park and lives on-site will help you get settled into your spot.
“…The entrance road is gravel and a bit rough but not enough to cause problems. The sites were fairly level gravel/grass and, although close to our neighbors, we had no issue with room for our slides…They provide a trash can for each site and you just put your bagged garbage in it and they pick it up.” – Sandy, RV Park Review
If you’re looking for a fun Jackson-area campground, you’ll find it on Beech River in Lexington. It’s only about 30 miles from Jackson and is well worth the drive. Beech Lake Family Campground lets you choose between interior and waterfront sites so that you’ll be comfortable when you come back from Redneck Island.
Redneck Island takes care of your need for amusement while you’re camping at this unique park. It’s a place where you can slip down a water slide into the lake or bounce into the water off the “blob.” Boating and reeling in catfish are additional sources of entertainment.
“Stayed here just overnight. Called in the morning to reserve a spot and the woman on the phone was very pleasant and helpful. She held a spot for us until we got there…We got to take a nice stroll down to the lake as the sun was setting. Water was extremely warm and clear…” – Becky, Yelp Review
Shiloh National Park has a new campground near it that you must check out. It’s still a work in progress, but it already has a clubhouse with a game room and a hot tub. With a private spot along the river, the park owners invite you to grab a fishing pole and see what you can catch.
You’ll be amused when you see the miniature horse and llama that live on the premises of this Jackson, Tennessee,-area campground. Be sure to not disturb the chickens, goats, and sheep while you’re there. In the future, the farm atmosphere will expand, and RV sites will be added.
“…The grounds are well kept, the animals are all very sweet and the owners are kind generous people. It is a new campground and has some things to work out…but I give them 5 Stars for being one of the friendliest campgrounds I’ve ever stayed at in my 6 years as a full time RVer.” – Travis, Google Review
You’ll have no problem driving to the campgrounds at this state park because the asphalt roads are well-kept. The park itself sits along an old Natchez Trace alternative route across the Tennessee River from the Natchez Trace Parkway. When you’re RV camping near Jackson, you’ll want to spend at least a couple of days at this lovely park.
If you prefer full hookups, then try to get a site at this state park’s Pin Oak Campground. Cub Lake Campground on the opposite side of the park has water and electricity in one section and primitive sites in the other. A third campground, the Natchez Trace Wrangler Camp, is reserved for equestrians.
“…this park is pleasantly located on a lake with forested hillsides all around…Wide grassy sites. There is a small swimming area on the lake and a pier to launch kayaks/canoes…Many of the pull-through sites would be satellite friendly…” – TheBreeze, RV Park Review
Sometimes private, membership-driven campgrounds offer sites to non-members for a reasonable fee. Big Buck Resort in Hornsby will allow you to rent a campsite with full hookups, and you’ll be able to use the numerous amenities on the premises. With lakes and prime hunting grounds surrounding the resort, it’s a place for serious outdoor activities.
You can do more at this campground near Jackson, Tennessee, than just hunt and fish. You can ride an ATV, practice your archery or rifle skills, bike ride, swim, or even rent a jon boat. If you need an indoor activity, play pool or ping pong, and then grab a bite at the Little Bear Cafe.
“We stayed here in a 45 foot motorhome. Plenty of room. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Park needs some work but they are working on it. When they’re done it will be a very very nice park again. Everyone needs to support parks like this one so they don’t go away.” – Greg, Google Review
While you’re in Tennessee, you might as well camp along the scenic Tennessee River’s east bank. This state park in Linden gives you swimming and fishing opportunities in the river as well as two trails to hike. The terrain is hilly, in fact, you have to climb a very steep hill to reach the campground.
This RV campground near Jackson, Tennessee, is great for travelers who have small children. It has a little stream by the park entrance where toddlers can splash and play. If you’re camping there close to a holiday, your kids may be able to hunt Easter eggs or go for a hayride.
“This place is such a treat! I enjoyed the hiking trails, creeks, river and just being there! I can’t wait to go back!” – Amanda, The Dyrt Review
This campground’s 18 acres, which are 50 miles north of the Battle of Shiloh site, are famous for a smaller, unplanned, three-day Civil War skirmish. Today the site is a beautiful, thriving RV park that’s undergone a lot of improvements since 2009. If your RV needs maintenance or repair while you’re staying at Parkers Crossroads, you can get the work done right at the campground.
You can do some fishing without a license at this RV park as long as you’re willing to catch and release your prey. Many guests like having a table with chairs at their campsites rather than a picnic table. You can have the office staff deliver pizza to your deck and eat it in comfort outside your RV.
“We love this RV park. We make sure we stop every year. The hosts are excellent and we enjoy walking the beautiful grounds. If you are experiencing any issues with your rig, ask for help and they are very knowledgeable and can repair anything…Plenty of room at sites…I enjoy the deck at our site, the pond, the gazebo and the atmosphere in general. Great place and people!” – Matt, Yelp Review
In addition to incredible RV resorts and campgrounds, the Jackson area has numerous RV dealerships. Perhaps you’d like to tour Tennessee in a fully-equipped motor coach, or maybe a towable trailer will do the trick. Your options for RV type and design are endless.
Whether you prefer a new Thor model or a pre-owned Jayco, you can find it for rent as well as for sale.
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