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The 20 best camping spots in Tennessee.

Waterfalls, mountains, and dark starry skies. Camping in Tennessee has everything you could need for a memorable weekend spent outside.

Hip East Nashville Camping
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1. Hip East Nashville Camping

Pitch your tent on this plot of land and enjoy your time camping out close to the city. You will have access to a picnic table and a fire pit. Only...

The Gully Huts
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2. The Gully Huts

FORAGE. EAT. STAY. We are a small, ever changing food forest farm on 15 acres. While staying on the farm, you will have our 3 underground huts and...

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With 56 state parks, over 80 waterfalls, and 1100 miles of trails, why wouldn’t you want to spend time camping in Tennessee? With so many amazing waterfalls, it’s hard to figure out where to start. Fall Creek Falls State Park is Tennessee’s largest and most visited state park. The park is more than 26,000 acres sprawled across the eastern top of the rugged Cumberland Plateau. Read more...
With 56 state parks, over 80 waterfalls, and 1100 miles of trails, why wouldn’t you want to spend time camping in Tennessee? With so many amazing waterfalls, it’s hard to figure out where to start. Fall Creek Falls State Park is Tennessee’s largest and most visited state park. The park is more than 26,000 acres sprawled across the eastern top of the rugged Cumberland Plateau. Fall Creek Falls, at 256 feet, is one of the highest waterfalls in the eastern United States. Other waterfalls within the park include Piney Falls, Cane Creek Falls and Cane Creek Cascades. Another beautiful spot is Cummins Falls State Park which is Tennessee’s eighth largest waterfall in volume of water and is 75 feet high. Looking to park your RV in Tennessee? Check out Henry Horton State Park, which was constructed in the 1960s on the estate of the former governor of Tennessee. There are plenty of lodging options from tent camping, to RV, lodge, and cabin camping.
Henry Horton Campground

3. Henry Horton Campground

Come to the shores of the Duck River and experience one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world. Henry Horton State Park Campground is a...

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The Airstream Glamper
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4. The Airstream Glamper

100% Recommend (4 Responses)

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
Mikaela: Valeria goes above & beyond to make your stay memorable & relaxing! The farm is beautiful and the airstream has everything...
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During January and February, Reelfoot Lake is home to thousands of American bald eagles.
Old Stone Fort Campground

5. Old Stone Fort Campground

The tall, thick trees of Old Stone Fort State Park mean that every campsite will feel like your own forest refuge. With 51 sites to choose from,...

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Tims Ford Campground

6. Tims Ford Campground

After a dip in the reservoir, you’ll be glad to come back to one of the park’s 52 campsites. Even though the views alone are probably enough to...

Dana
Dana: Beautiful place. Very busy during the summer. We visited in the January and had a lot of privacy. Great sites and beautiful...
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Clingmans Dome, which lies on Tennessee's eastern border, is the highest point on the Appalachian Trail, and is the third highest peak in the United States east of the Mississippi River.
Fall Creek Falls Campground

7. Fall Creek Falls Campground

88% Recommend (4 Responses)

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
Soquani: Campground is crowded
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Poole Knobs Campground

8. Poole Knobs Campground

Pack that tackle box, we're a-goin' fishin'! Poole Knobs Campground offers a wide variety of fishing opportunities at J. Percy Priest Lake, where...

In the 1800s, Paris Landing State Park was an important spot for the delivery of goods to serve the settlements of the region.
Anderson Road

9. Anderson Road

Anderson Road Campground was made for the overachieving outdoors(wo)man in you. See how many activities you can fit into one weekend, and we'll be...

Cedars of Lebanon Campground

10. Cedars of Lebanon Campground

Eight miles of hiking trails, natural rock gardens, and a landscape that evokes biblical devotion to the famed Cedars of Lebanon make up this...

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Nineteen rare and endangered species of plants grow profusely in Cedars of Lebanon State Park and nowhere else in the world.
Seven Points Campground

11. Seven Points Campground

Suit up and get your water fun on at Seven Points Campground, where lakeside lodgings spell out some serious activity in store. Snag some striped...

Sweeney Bluff Cabin
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12. Sweeney Bluff Cabin

Want to be surrounded by nature but lay your tired body in a warm bed? We've got you covered. Our cabin puts you in the middle of Mennonite farm...

Meriwether Lewis Campground

13. 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...

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Cedar Creek Campground

14. Cedar Creek Campground

Once you pitch tent at Cedar Creek Campground, the biggest question will be what to do first. Feel the sand squish between your toes, listen to the...

Cages Bend Campground

15. Cages Bend Campground

Pack your highest res camera, because you're going to want to catch snapshots of the beautiful wildlife here. At Cages Bend Campground, migratory...

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Rock Island Campground

16. Rock Island Campground

Lucky you! After some recent renovations, these sites are brand spankin’ new and loaded with every comfort you can think of, from water hookups to...

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David Crockett Campground

17. 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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Montgomery Bell Campground

18. Montgomery Bell Campground

Once one of the largest iron industries in Tennessee, Montgomery Bell State Park is now a sprawling wilderness with three beautiful lakes and...

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Ragland Bottom Campground

19. Ragland Bottom Campground

Get out to the shores of Center Hill Lake and pitch your tent at Ragland Bottom Campground. You can enjoy all that boating bliss, fishing action,...

Edgar Evins Campground

20. 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
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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