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The Airstream Glamper
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1. The Airstream Glamper

100% Recommend (4 Campers)

This 1982 Airstream Excella is a 34' tri-axle model, tucked away in the back corner of a private 3+ acre pasture at the leading edge of our 153...

Mikaela: Valeria goes above & beyond to make your stay memorable & relaxing! The farm is beautiful and the airstream has everything...
30 Saves
Little River Camp
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2. Little River Camp

Pitch you tent in a hardwood forested campground beside the Little River. Easy access for wading, tubing and fishing. Some waterfront campsites. ...

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Roan Mountain Campground

3. Roan Mountain Campground

It is inevitable: Roan Mountain State Park Campground will leave you feeling fresh, rejuvenated and spry as a hobbit frocking in the moors. It’s...

Anthony: Visit Bob Peoples' hiker hostel!
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Cades Cove Campground

4. Cades Cove Campground

Get a taste of Appalachia and the Great Smoky Mountains with most of the comforts of home when you snag a spot at Cades Cove Campground. This...

Tyler: Cade's Cove is a classic spot to camp in the Great Smokey Mountain National Park. It is the most visited National Park in the...
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Indian Boundary Recreation Area

5. Indian Boundary Recreation Area

Known to be one of the most popular and beloved areas in the Cherokee National Forest, Indian Boundary Recreation Area has it all. Kick back on the...

Bethany: You will have to drive to get to some good trails from this campsite. But going in the early spring is interesting as it is...
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Piney Campground

6. Piney Campground

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

Piney Campground sits on the shores of Kentucky Lake, on the Tennessee-Kentucky border. Spend a relaxing day at your campsite along the water—or...

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Cove Lake Campground

7. Cove Lake Campground

Wetlands, woodlands, and wildlife all within 720 acres of beautiful mountain valley! Cove Lake State Park literally exists for your chilling...

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David Crockett Campground

8. David Crockett Campground

Rest your head by the shores of the Shoal Creek at David Crockett State Park Campground, where you’ll find wild forests, tumbling waterfalls, a...

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Cosby Group Camp

9. Cosby Group Camp

Take a big breath in and inhale that sweet, fresh air. Cosby Group Camp is the perfect secluded getaway with clusters of trees offering some...

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Meeman-Shelby Forest Campground

10. Meeman-Shelby Forest Campground

13,476 acres of wilderness, the country’s grandest river, ten state champion trees, and two national champions, 20 miles of hiking trails, and one...

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Parksville Lake Campground

11. Parksville Lake Campground

Just a stone’s throw away from the glistening lake waters, Parksville Lake RV Campground is hidden away under a shady haven with plenty of space...

Travis: This is great campground with typically clean amenities. Rangers are occasionally seen walking around checking sites but they...
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Harrison Bay Campground

12. Harrison Bay Campground

Harrison Bay State Park Campground has the room, the Wi-Fi, and the incredible views of the water—the only thing that could make it better is...

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Cades Cove Group

13. Cades Cove Group

100% Recommend (5 Campers)

Stock up on the best ingredients for s'mores, because Cades Cove Group Campground is the perfect spot to bond over a crackling fire as chocolate...

Anthony: No tents are necessary if you plan on backpacking.
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Campground 12

14. Campground 12

Natchez Trace State Park could possibly be the mecca of Tennessee camping grounds. Make the trek, you’re not going to regret it! Bring the horse,...

William: Firefly's all around us at night... the sound of cicadas... beautiful trees.... this is a beautiful place to camp.
Gatlin Point Campground

15. Gatlin Point Campground

Gatlin Point Campground sits on the banks of Cumberland River, near Lake Barkley. There is a ton to explore in the park, including a 700-acre elk...

Bandy Creek Campground

16. Bandy Creek Campground

Trinity: We stayed at Bandy Creek the last week of March, 2016. There are several different Loops. We stayed in Loop A, which is for...
Station Camp Horse Camp

17. Station Camp Horse Camp

Can’t imagine a weekend without your four-legged lover? Check out Station Camp Horse Camp—its hot showers, grills, and tie-outs make it a perfect...

Backbone Rock Recreation Area

18. Backbone Rock Recreation Area

The campground at Backbone Rock Recreation Area sits along the shady banks of Beaverdam Creek, popular for trout fishing. Follow the nearby trail...

Norris Dam Campground

19. Norris Dam Campground

In a nutshell: you plus any sized boat plus friends divided by Norris Lake equals most fun weekend ever. Dig a little deeper into all that Norris...

Meriwether Lewis Campground

20. Meriwether Lewis Campground

For the blue-blooded American in you, Meriwether Lewis Campground is the way to go. Located right by the namesake's memorial and gravesite, you can...

Fall Creek Falls Campground

21. Fall Creek Falls Campground

Even though you can’t camp under the waterfalls (which would be cool), Fall Creek Falls State Park Campground is as close as you're going to get....

Soquani: Campground is crowded
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Elkmont Campground

22. Elkmont Campground

Big and busy are the two best words to describe Elkmont Campground. Located only eight miles away from the famous town of Gatlinburg, this is the...

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Edgar Evins Campground

23. Edgar Evins Campground

Built on wooden platforms, the unique sites at Edgar Evins State Park Campground are suitable for everything from a small tent to an RV. You’ll...

Catherine: The electric sites aren't the friendliest for tents but it can be done. The fire rings are off the platforms and cooking grills...
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Gee Creek Campground

24. Gee Creek Campground

If the description "fish out of water" fits you to a tee, take a trip to the Gee Creek Campground along the Hiwassee River, where tent-friendly...

Travis: I'm a Whitewater boater, typically my motivation for camping in this area. My review of this campground is two fold, 1) it's a...
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Thunder Rock Campground

25. Thunder Rock Campground

Tucked away along the banks of the glistening Ocoee River, Thunder Rock Campground offers a top-notch escape for both rugged adventurers and...

Travis: Typically, it's always packed and rangers are always patrolling. Like Gee Creek, don't even think about drinking adult...
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Meadow Campsites
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26. Meadow Campsites

These campsites rest atop the higher part of the knoll, in the grassy lawn area behind our pavilion. Access to water, showers, and toilets is close...

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Stillwaters Rustic Tent Camping
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27. Stillwaters Rustic Tent Camping

BYOT--that's "Bring Your Own Tent" when taking advantage of our rustic campsites. Just steps away from our airstream glamper accommodation, our...

Mikaela: The farm as everything you'd need for a fun getaway in the country. Valeria goes above & beyond to make your stay memorable &...
29 Saves
Abrams Creek Campground

28. Abrams Creek Campground

Sometimes the urge to get out and camp hits you with no warning. For times like these, thank goodness for awesome first-come, first-served sites...

Madison: Great spot! Really cozy and not too busy for the busiest park in the nation!
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Round Mountain Campground

29. Round Mountain Campground

Wander off the beaten path to find the secluded gem known as Round Mountain Campground. This spot is tucked away in a seemingly secret corner of...

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Cardens Bluff Campground

30. Cardens Bluff Campground

Get high at Cardens Bluff Campground, which sits at nearly 2,000 feet of elevation and looks over the glassy waters of Watauga Lake. Bring out the...

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