This luxury resort is one of the newer RV parks in Tennessee, and in the short time it’s been open, it has received numerous shining reviews. Located on Lake Douglas in Dandridge, there are spectacular lakefront views, as well as marvelous views of the Great Smoky Mountains. It’s no surprise that Anchor Down RV Resort sgged a spot on this list!
There’s a seemingly endless array of amenities and activities to keep you entertained during a stay at Anchor Down. You can spend the day casting a line in the lake, cooling off in the pool or slipping down the water slide, playing a friendly game of basketball, relaxing on the lake with a rented pontoon, and much more! There’s plenty of practical amenities as well, including golf cart rentals, a well-stocked camp store, free wireless internet, and on-site trash pickup.
“Nicest campground we ever had the pleasure of staying. The bathhouse is very clean and cool. The staff works very hard to make your stay wonderful.” – Greg, Google reviews
Located in Clarksville, Tennessee, this campground’s modern amenities make it a comfortable and convenient place to spend the night after a long day of traveling. With full hookup RV sites, clean restrooms and showers, and a general store, all your needs will be cared for! It’s truly the perfect place for a relaxing camping vacation.
Not only does Clarksville RV Park and Campground has everything you’d need for a comfortable stay, they also ensure that you’ll have a fun stay! Free wireless internet, a swimming pool, a dog park, and a playground are all available on-site. The local area also holds many exciting attractions that guests can enjoy, including Fort Campbell, Land Between the Lakes Recreation Area, and Mammoth Caves.
“Staff is very friendly & efficient! Nice level sites. Restrooms/ showers very clean & nice hot shower! Convenient to Clarksville & shville!” – Karen, Google reviews
This high-quality park is situated off of Highway 441, only 35 miles from Knoxville, Tennessee. Guests at Pine Mountain RV Park are able to enjoy views of the Smoky Mountains, while camping in beautiful rolling hills and lush forests of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. There’s plenty to do in the local area, with the attractions of Dollywood only two miles away, and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park a mere ten miles away!
Wireless internet, cable television hookups, laundry facilities, and clean restroom and shower facilities are among the world-class amenities you can expect from a stay at Pine Mountain. You’ll be able to spend your days enjoying a large splash pool and snack bar or exploring the local area. If you decide to head to the nearby National Park or other attractions, you’ll be able to do so with ease- there’s a trolley stop right at the park entrance!
“We love this campground so much that we never consider staying at another park. The employees are always pleasant the restrooms are clean and the grounds are beautiful.” – Jackie, Google reviews
This KOA park in Cosby, Tennessee, is 16 acres of serene forests, shaded camping sites, and hiking trails, some of which even lead straight into the National Park! The campground can accommodate any rig, from a small pop-up camper to the largest of motorhomes. Smoky Mountain Premier allows all guests to have a resort-quality vacation, while still being able to connect with nature.
Everyone in the family will have something to appreciate at Smoky Mountain Premier RV Resort. Little ones will love climbing and playing on the playground, parents will enjoy lounging on the sun deck by the pool, and your four-legged friends will have a blast in the designated pet area! You’ll also have the opportunity to visit a church service, play disc golf, or hike through the forest. And that’s just on-site at the park! The local area also hosts a number of attractions that guests can enjoy.
“We enjoyed staying here with our family. Good size spots. Peaceful area away from the touristy parts of town. The resort is still close enough to everything to everything that we wanted to visit too…can’t wait to come back and camp again.” – Laura, Yelp Reviews
Fall Creek Falls State Park is the place to go for a camping trip that will let you experience the wild beauty of Tennessee. As the largest state park, Fall Creek Falls encompasses over 26,000 acres across the Cumberland Plateau. Waterfalls, streams, cascades, and lush forests make this a picturesque park- the perfect place for families to come together and experience the serene landscapes of Tennessee.
Fall Creek Falls State Park has countless opportunities for all sorts of adventures- more than 56 miles of trails, an educational nature center, arts and crafts programs, an 18-hole golf course, an Olympic sized swimming pool, and of course, a number of different waterfalls that make for great photo opportunities! The camping itself at the park is comfortable and convenient- all of the campsites include tables, grills, water, and electricity, and many of the sites also include sewer hookups.
“This is a great Tennessee state park. There are two large waterfalls, the main one is over 200 feet high. The camping areas are well spaced and many have power, water, and sewer. Stayed for a week and enjoyed it very much.” – B. Alley, Google reviews
Gorgeous scenery, top of the line facilities, and pleasant, southern hospitality- that’s what you can expect to find at River Plantation RV Resort! This Tennessee campground is situated alongside the Little Pigeon River, close to the towns of Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and Knoxville. With their high-quality service and affordable prices, they’re without a doubt one of the best RV camping parks in Tennessee!
Plantation RV Resort has amenities to meet the needs of any type of traveler. Whether you’re traveling alone or in a large group, camping for one night or staying long term, this RV park’s certain to make a great home base to explore Tennessee! Best of all, the activities offered at River Plantation are second to none. Multiple pools, a lazy river, hot tub, fitness center, and basketball court are just a few of the great things offered at this spectacular RV resort.
“Sites are level and spacious and the park is spotless. The amenities are awesome! Couldn’t ask for a better location…..quiet but close to everything that the area has to offer which is a LOT. We’ll definitely be back and we came all the way down from Connecticut!” – Janice, Google reviews
The full-service campsites and lakefront Cabins at this resort are enhanced by the natural splendor of 200 acres across the Cumberland Plateau. As a Good Sam Club affiliated campground, you can be sure you’ll be staying at one of the highest quality RV parks in all of Tennessee. With unique amenities such as a 25-acre lake, a chapel with Sunday services, and even a deli, you’ll feel right at home!
The duration of your visit at Deer Run RV Resort will be filled with family-friendly fun! You can head to the lake for an afternoon of fishing, cool off in the pool after a long day of hiking, lounge at the beach area, and enjoy a friendly game of shuffleboard or tennis. You’ll be able to stay connected with wireless internet and cable television access. You might even be able to get a glimpse of the local wildlife, including geese and deer!
“We’ve been camping here for years and there just isn’t another place like Deer Run! They have it all… incredible views … a Lake, sandy beach, woods, fishing, walking, a pool, large campsites! Great store if you run out of something… but the best thing about Deer Run is Kim and her husband Rolando! They are exceptional hosts and are constantly working to improve their RV Resort! We love this place and them!” – Cyndy, TripAdvisor
If a relaxing getaway is what you have in mind for your Tennessee vacation, look no further! Full hookup RV sites surrounded by vast manicured lawns and large Bradford Pear trees- this is the serene setting of the Green Acres RV Resort. When you’re done relaxing in the peaceful environment of the sites, you can head to the nearby Tennessee River for some fun in the water, or visit local attractions such as the Shiloh National Military Park or the Buckin’ on the River Rodeo.
During the warm summer days, you’ll be able to take a dip in the pool, or head to the nearby rivers and lakes for a day of boating, fishing, and swimming. If it’s a tad too chilly for swimming, or if you’d prefer to just lounge in the sun, you can take advantage of the conversation deck, or head to the indoor pavilion to mingle with friends. And, of course, the park also has everything you need for a comfortable and convenient stay! Cable TV and wifi, a camp store stocked with all kinds of goodies, 24-hour laundry facilities, and clean restrooms and showers are all readily available.
“Really nice RV park with oversize lots, super clean showers, and laundry. Very well maintained grounds and pool and WiFi worked wonderfully! The staff was super friendly and helpful.” – Carol, Google reviews
This family owned and operated RV Park has been providing quality service to the Sevierville area for over forty years. They have close to 300 camping sites that come complete with concrete patio and picnic table, most of which are shaded. These high-quality sites are just a part of what makes Riverside RV Park and Resort a pleasure to stay at!
Riverside makes the perfect home base to explore local attractions, including numerous golf courses, fishing holes, state and national parks, and shopping and dining opportunities. When you’ve had your fill of exploration, you can return to the campground and enjoy the swimming pool, wireless internet connection, cable television, and much more!
“This is our first time camping at Riverside but it will NOT be our last. The lots are spacious, plenty of gravel, and well-manicured landscape. It is located on the Little Pigeon River…If you’re looking for a new place to camp, try this one! You won’t be disappointed! We’ve definitely found a new
A family-friendly atmosphere, true southern hospitality, and world-class facilities- this is the standard set by Grand Ole RV Resort & Market! The small town charm of Goodlettsville is the setting of this fantastic park. It’s close to attractions for all sorts of people, young or old, and best of all, it’s close to Nashville and it’s “music city” charm!
Not only is the atmosphere and hospitality offered by this park top of the line, the facilities and amenities are as well! Sparkling clean shower and restroom facilities, a fully stocked general store, and large, modern laundry facilities are available for your comfort. In town, you can get closer to nature with fishing, boating, and hiking opportunities. Even Fido can stretch his legs at the town dog park!
“I can’t say enough good about this place. These are the nicest people you will ever meet. Lots of entertainment and just an all around nice place. We hope to be there on July 4th next year!” – Darlene, Google reviews
Big Puckett's Campground and RV Park is just minutes to Burgess Falls State Park as well as Cane Hollow where you can go fishing and kayaking. The campground itself has 36 RV spots with full hookups along with an on-site restaurant that serves up delicious food.
You'll love Big Puckett's for their delicious catfish platters at their on-site restaurant, friendly park staff and atmosphere, and the short drive to Burgess Falls and Cane Hallow where you can kayaking or fishing.
“Love this place! Jeff and his crew are awesome!! Yummy catfish! Great atmosphere! Our crew comes quite often and we always feel like we are having supper at home. Jeff kept us laughing!” – Sandra, Google reviews
There’s so much to do and so much to see in this beautiful state- explore the famous town of Nashville, connect with nature in the Smoky Mountains, or just relax and bond with family in a small town. Anyone of these RV parks would make for a perfect home base – all you have to do is decide which one best fits the needs and wants of your family, book your trip, and rent a motorhome right there in Tennessee! If you’ve been yearning for an unforgettable vacation, now’s the time to hit the road and experience all that Tennessee has to offer! Happy travels!
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Yes. The majority of campgrounds we selected in this blog allow pets.