Situated in Greene County on the Nolichucky River, Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park is the traditional birthplace of the famous Tennessee frontiersman Davy Crockett. This 105-acre park boasts many activities and events and features a wonderful campground that the whole family will enjoy. Nice, level sites can accommodate any size RV.
Why You’ll Love Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park The park features a pool, a playground and a large picnic pavilion. Kayaking, canoeing, hiking and fishing are all favorite activities at the campground, and the park hosts various entertaining and educational events like frontier building, fire making, sing-alongs and black powder shooting. The campground is highly rated and noted for its cleanliness and beautiful lands and is a must-see for travelers in the area.
“It’s a very peaceful and beautifully maintained campground. Child and pet-friendly by the Nolichucky River. Many upgrades too including a working farm with animals and buildings from the period that Davy Crockett’s dad settled here.” -Jeff, Google Reviews