River, stream, or creek glamping near Clarksville

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Lionsgate Campground

4 sites · Lodging, Tents48 acres · Bon Aqua Junction, TN
Enjoy glamping in our optional 2017 19' retro style camper with a bathroom and kitchen or go primitive and set up your tent or hammock by the waterfalls and rough it. 2 sites have electricity. No bathrooms or showers if you're roughing it. Just 35 minutes west of Loveless Cafe' in Nashville and 20 minutes south of the Dickson exit at I40. The 48 acre campground has just 3 big tent sites for more seclusion and is almost all old forest with wide trails and huge old growth trees. There is about a 1/2 acre of field to park in between the road and the creek if you don't have an off road vehicle. The rest is woods. Mother Nature has a lot to offer when you cross the creek into the first two campsites that are on the 30' creek. One big spring runs through the middle of the 2 sites with small cascading waterfalls. Both sites have string lights and 120V extension cords. These two sites are separated by the driveway and about 150' apart but a bridge connects the two if you have another couple that wants to join you these two spots are perfect for privacy and companionship. Expand the pictures to a full screen as you scroll so the description will show up at the bottom of the picture. Not all pictures are on the property but describe close places to visit as well. FIREWOOD: Split wood is available upon request and sold in the area (if it's available at the time) or any fallen dead wood from the forest is free. $7.00 for a 20" bundle. Please let us know ahead of time or order it on the site. SITE ONE: The nicer of the two sites along the creek, has granite counters, a round fire pit with a fold down heavy cooking grate, charcoal grill and a large wrought iron table and chairs. RENT A CAMPER WITH SITE 1 or BRING YOUR PERSONAL CAMPER: Our retro style 2017 option on the other side of the creek with stairs and stones to cross the creek. 30 amp. 240 and 120 volt plugs. Click on additional fees for camper electrical hook up. SITE TWO: Also along side the 30' creek. There is a round steel fire pit surrounded with wrought iron chairs, a separate picnic table, granite countertop work space and a small grill. 2 flat areas for tents. Set your chairs in the creek in front of your site. The clear cold water is a great place to relax and cool off or watch crawfish, minnows and salamanders and the occasional blue herron. 120V and string lights. SITE THREE: "Still Hollow" is more private and located right in the middle valley of the property where a different spring fed creek runs down the wooded valley. There is no electricity but you can still enjoy the sound of small cascading waterfalls and a creek that runs along the side of the site for a relaxing sleep. There is a granite countertop, charcoal grill and a fire ring. A small round wrought iron table and 4 chairs are there for a place to eat lunch. The old moonshine barrels are still barely standing by the spring. This site is also accessed from the opposite side of the campground on Ben Fly Rd or Greer Rd for the serious off roaders. 4 wheel drive may be necessary but a Hyundai car entered through the creek in 2 wheel drive. It was dry though. STAR GAZING for all 3 sites: There is a cleared area on top of a hill side for stargazing far from the city lights. CHECK IN: Check in can be as early as you like if the present campers have checked out. You can always hang out elsewhere on the property and start your day to explore and hike till they leave. Just let us know in advance. And you can stay all day the day of check out but you may have to pack up and park elsewhere if other campers need the spot. If not. Stay till dark. PHOTOS: EXPAND THE PHOTOS TO A SINGLE VIEW! Some photos are of nearby attractions. You can see the description of each photo and which site is in the picture when you expand them. VEHICLE TYPE AND PARKING: In order to drive up into the campsite, you may need a 4x4 vehicle but definitely need ground clearance. If you do not have a 4x4 vehicle or ground clearance, that is okay, park in the field and bring your water shoes for campsite 2. There are stairs and rocks to cross over to Site 1. Stepping stones for site 2 are coming soon. LOCAL ACTIVITIES: OFF ROAD ADVENTURE! TOUR THE AREA IN A CAN-AM: Check out 'Fisher's Off Road' to rent a really nice 4 seater CAN-AM machine. Drive around the local dirt roads for miles and learn the history of Moon Shine Alley, drive through many creeks and see some beautiful views. We took to tour with Fisher and it was a blast. https://www.fishersoffroadrentals.com/ This company supports the locals and cleans up the trash on the sides of the roads; a great service to the area. FISHING: https://www.fishingworks.com/tennessee/maury-tn/lake/hooker-chemical-pond-d/ 30 minutes away are 3 small lakes, or very large ponds. I think it costs $5.00. They have small boats for rent as well. FISHING, KAYAKING AND CANOEING: PINEY RIVER Canoe rental: https://www.pinewoodcanoecamp.com/ Great fishing, floating and they have camping as well. OTHER CAMPING OPTIONS: Fisheroffroadrentals also has a Hipcamp site. PINEY RIVER GLAMPING: https://www.campspot.com/book/pineyriverresort Beautiful place on the piney river. Beautiful tiny home cabins, Glamping tents that are amazing. Park your own camper on the river. If you like to meet other campers, this is the place to go.
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Sacred Dog Ranch

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents50 acres · Fairview, TN
Our sanctuary is a special piece of history and a regenerative farm where living soil and pollinator banks combat climate change and revive the eco-system ! The cabin we live in was built in 1797 - which we have preserved and upgraded with fantastic antique decor, Rock N Roll flare and cutting edge street art. We encourage art, music and nature crafting! We take great pride in providing a magical creative space that is welcome to earthlings of all stripes! The June blooms are exceptional and the butterflies’ will delight... you will leave a little piece of your heart here on the farm❤️🐝🐶🧚‍♀️ Horse Back Riding available!
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Poplar Springs LLC

1 site · Lodging70 acres · Waverly, TN
Come and experience the beauty of Poplar Springs in Waverly, TN! Our tree farm covers almost 70 acres of land with lots of trees and trails to explore. You'll see plenty of animals, find wild blackberries and mushrooms, and enjoy a clear creek. In the fall, pick your own pumpkin at our small patch, and in the spring, walk through our flower field. Hang out with friends at our community area with a big fire pit and a deck for parties. Poplar Springs is the perfect place to relax and have fun in nature!
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Dead / Phish Pharm Camp

20 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2000 acres · Fairview, TN
1500 acres of pristine forest, meadow, and creek with many places for camping in conjunction with renting a small room. Perfect place for spending time with friends and phamily before and after nearby concerts ! Fall Phish Tour Camping Oct 4 - 10 We are organizing shuttle buses to pick up from airport to bring to the Phish Pharm Camp. Buses from Pharm to Concert (Bridgestone Arena) will pick up 4 and 2 hours before play-time, and return twice each evening. Bus tickets must be purchased in advance. Showers and toilets are located close by, next to, or within your rented room. Multiple sites to put tents and/or camping vehicles. Phishhead Pharm is located 20 miles from Nashville from and 8 miles from Franklin. Bridgestone Arena is located 30 miles (40 minutes) away.
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Bell's Reserve-On The Harpeth River

3 sites · Lodging565 acres · Kingston Springs, TN
Bell’s Reserve is 560+ acres of open fields, hardwood ridges, spring fed creeks, and scenic bluffs bordered by 20,000 acres of protected wilderness and one mile of the scenic Harpeth River, just 30 minutes from downtown Nashville. Perfect for both adventure and relaxation, there's something everyone!
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Natchez Hideaway

2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents50 acres · Franklin, TN
Natchez Hideaway is located in the unincorporated small hillside valley of Fernvale/Leipers Fork in Franklin, Tennessee and southwest of Nashville. Located on 50 acres this historic 100+ year old cabin has been renovated and moved from Belle Meade on to our 17 acre property. Come and enjoy the quiet beautiful rolling hillsides and valleys Fernvale has to offer.
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Piney River RV Resort

2 sites · Lodging10 acres · Bon Aqua, TN
Located on the banks of the beautiful Piney River, Piney River Resort is just 50 miles from downtown Nashville Tennessee and just a few miles from the Johnny Cash farm and museum. Our accommodations have been thoughtfully designed with features like River Side Sites with Pavilions, tiny house rentals, clean restrooms, shower, community bon fires and events, and individual fire rings. Make Piney River Resort your special retreat, and your new home away from home!We believe in people, strong family values, and warm community.  We are passionate about helping Mom, Dad, and Kids focus on creating special memories and experiences. Enjoy the remarkable charm that has attracted many to call Piney River Resort their “special place”.  Come unplug, unwind, and make memories with us along the Piney River!
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Adler's Farm

3 sites · Lodging15 acres · Dawson Springs, KY
 Located at the heart of beautiful Lake Beshear in Dawson Springs, Ky. we have woods and fields along with a pond to sit and enjoy and meditate. Lake Beshear spillway and boat dock is located less than 3 miles away. With all the adventure from water parks to kayaks located within 30 minutes from the site you and your family are sure to enjoy your stay. 
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River, stream, or creek glamping near Clarksville guide

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Welcome to Hipcamp! If you're looking for a unique camping experience near Clarksville, Tennessee and want to enjoy the tranquility of a river, glamping is the perfect option for you. With over 565 available options that match your preferences, you're sure to find something that fits your budget as well- with options as low as $15 per night. Our top-rated campsites in the area include The Slab (by the Barren) with 210 reviews, Beech Hollow Hideout with 149 reviews, and The Art Farm Women's Retreat with 73 reviews. Popular amenities like toilets, showers, and trash are available, and you can also enjoy exciting activities such as off-roading (OHV), swimming, and paddling. So what are you waiting for? Book your glamping adventure today and enjoy the beauty of nature by the river.

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