“The finest accommodations in Tennessee”
Rates: $11 — $25 The campground provides 20, 30 and 50 amp electric service and can accommodate 60 ft. campers on most electrical sites. Campground has on-site sewer to 40 sites and can accommodate pop-up campers to the largest RV’s. There are 2 pull-through campsites accessible to persons with a disability. There are three bathhouses located in the campground. Two are accessible to persons with a disability. Picnic tables, trash cans, and grills are available at campsites.
Some sites are available along the bank of the creek running beside the campground.
Back country camping is allowed on the overnight trail with a back country camping permit. Tent camping is not allowed on the overnight trail.
Mountain biking is second to none! Even the absolute beginners course is a thrill to ride but it was quite challenging. The bicycle course is actually not connected to the campground. It is about 4 miles away across the highway.
4 mile campground has a creek that runs down one side and doesn't show on the map. It should because those sites are premium. The showers are adequate but clean. It is just a hop, skip, and a jump from Nashville.
The campground was loaded with hiking trails... Our cat, ollie, enjoyed walking on them very much. The park had coordinated many events, such as guided hikes and crafts for kids.
Great campground with lots of stuff for kids to do!
Date of Stay: June, 2017
RV: 25' motorhome
We loved this park! We went to the website ahead of time as a stop-over while driving the Natchez Trace and chose our spot based on the website map, site dimensions/description and photos. Loved that they had photos...really helped us select the perfect site. We reserved a premium, river front site online and paid just under $41, including taxes and day use fees.
The campground has lots of trees/shade (not satellite friendly), a river, is easy to navigate, beautiful scenery, clean restrooms, and the campsites were incredibly wide/large with plenty of space cushion around so we weren't on top of our neighbors. Our site had hookups and was hard packed gravel/dirt. We had a premium spot on the river, but it was more for ambiance as the flow was practically nil during our stay. Our site had a picnic table and fire-ring. We had our dogs on 15 - 20 foot leads and they had plenty of room to play and wrestle on our site without encroaching on neighbors sites.
Lots of kiddos riding bikes and having fun, but it was nice and quiet at night. The park was fairly crowded for a Thursday, and the ranger came along around checkout time to make sure we were vacating our space so they could ensure the next person wouldn't find us still there. Fair enough.
I would definitely recommend this beautiful park and would not hesitate to stay here again...only wish we'd had more time here to chill and enjoy the nice weather (June 1, 2017).
No information about late arrival at the site or on the website, just an online reservation system but not for the day of. Very strange.
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