Tennessee RV Camping
Tennessee RV Camping and Campgrounds
Tennessee RV camping is hard to beat! RV camping in any of the three sections of Tennessee offers great scenery, solitude, and wonderful outdoor recreation opportunities for the whole family. From RV resorts, to basic service public campgrounds,there is something for everyone in Tennessee. Free dispersed Tennessee RV camping (boondocking) is available on USDA Forest Service administered lands.
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Public Tennessee RV Camping and Campgrounds
The following is just a small sample of available public Tennessee RV camping locations.
Henry Horton State Park offers a wide variety of outdoor activites. Golfing, swimming, hiking, wildlife viewing, and of course RV camping. 56 water and electric sites, as well as 19 primitve sites.
The US Forest Service manages the Land Between The Lakes NRA. This national recreation area offers all types of outdoor recreation. Reservation and first come first serve RV camping in most developed campgrounds. Some rustic camping opportunities are available.
The US Forest Service offers the Thunder Rock Campground just 7 miles west of Ducktown. This campground is popular with white water rafting and kayaks. One electric site and 37 rustic sites with flush toilets and water available.
Great Smokey Mountains National Park is America's most visited national park. Located in eastern Tennessee and western North Carolina, this popular destination offers first come and reservation RV camping.
RV camping is available at two designated primitive campgrounds in the Prentice Cooper State Forest. Campsites are first come first serve with fire rings and pit toilets.
Two designated campgrounds suitable for RV camping are located in the Natchez Trace WMA south area. Campsites are first come first serve with fire rings and pit toilets.