Cave camping near Monteagle

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The Falls at Sewanee Creek

11 sites · Lodging, Tents45 acres · Tracy City, TN
45 private acres on our homestead for you to roam. Seven eclectic sites to choose from ranging from primitive camping to a lovely log cabin. All except the log cabin lovingly built by the owner, loaded with creative touches. Featuring: * Two gorgeous waterfalls. Each of our stay-sites are located within about 100-150 yards of Fifty-foot tall Miller’s Falls. * A large cave at the end of a short, but rugged hike. * A fairy Village filled with Hollow Oak Tree Fairy homes. The trees glow after dark. Magical. * Three acres for group camping centered on a well-equipped, covered outdoor kitchen. * Peaceful Meditation Retreats at the Outdoor Kitchen under brain-wave enhancing satellite dishes. * Certified Hypnotherapy Disclaimer: The flow of the waterfall is subject to fluctuations in temperature, seasonal droughts, & rain fall. The most favorable seasons for waterfall flow are fall, winter & early spring. We came to this magical place to found a self-reliant, homesteading eco-community when I retired from corporate life in 2006. It's called the Village on Sewanee Creek, named for the creek 800 feet below the bluff where we are located. I traveled the world as a senior executive for Baskin-Robbins, Dunkin' Donuts, Papa Johns, Blockbuster, 7-Eleven and other retail franchises, making the world safe for Pizza, Ice Cream, Pancakes Video Rentals and American convenience. And I was ready for something more fufilling. I scouted for a place of exquisite natural beauty and I found it here. I bought way too much land just before the real estate bust and learned how to turn a nice fortune into a very small one. I faced challenges and had lots of fun. Now I want to share our experience. It's the Village 2.0 for guests. Or not. Life in the city is OK as long as you can get away frequently. I'm convinced if you love nature and the outdoors, this is the best place to celebrate it.
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Woodybrooke Farm Campground

12 sites · RVs, Tents650 acres · Ider, AL
FREE CANOE RENTAL with any booking for Spring 2024!! Pristine property with 4 stocked fishing ponds. Camp privately beside the water and relax in the canopy of our certified Alabama Treasured Forest. Swimming, fishing, hiking, biking, wildlife and bird watching. Amenities and activities available at Woodybrooke: *4 stocked ponds with bream and bass for fishing, swimming, canoeing, kayaking. *On-site canoe, jon boat and kids' kayaks rental available. *Firewood for campfires for purchase or wild harvest *Pristine private camping in a certified Alabama treasured forest on the southern edge of Cumberland Plateau *Hiking, biking, and wildlife watching opportunities *Potable fresh spring water available year-round. Complimentary coffee and tea. available for purchase farm-fresh eggs. *Hot outdoor shower, composting toilet, and community kitchen with drinkable spring water from the spigot and electricity ay community kitchen. *Electrical available at sites 6, 7, and 8 *Wi-Fi at commons area. Located a short distance renowned Cloudland Canyon, Little River Canyon, DeSoto State Park, Lookout Mountain hang gliding, horseback riding and the artsy community of Mentone Alabama. Located 35 minutes from Chattanooga on southern edge of Cumberland plateau. Easy drive to amazing overlooks. We are 97 miles from Atlanta, 107 miles from Birmingham, 120 miles from Nashville located 5 minutes off interstate! GPS location is 34.70560* N, 85.61740*
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Mountainview Rock Island rv/tent

1 site · RV, Tent16 acres · Rock Island, TN
Little Bone Cave campground is in the mountains of Tennessee with hiking trails and a beautiful view located on 16 acres. This campground adjoins Bone Cave State Natural Area located in Van Buren County. Big Bone Cave is a 400 acre natural area with trails and a cave that contained bones of a giant ground sloth discovered in 1811 and is maintained by Rock Island State Park. The cave is not currently open to the public. Rock Island State Park (swimming, fishing and hiking) is only 6 miles from the campground and Fall Creek Falls State Park (swimming, fishing, hiking and home of the Annual Mountaineer Folk Festival) is a beautiful 25 mile drive through the winding roads and mountains of Van Buren county. A public boat ramp maintained by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is two miles away to access the Caney Fork River. Come enjoy with friends and family. Campsite #1, "Valley View" is a Rv with 30 amp electric with sewer and water or it can be a primitive campsite that is a wide open space and is approximately 1-2 acres with a beautiful view overlooking the valley below. We do have electric, sewer and water 340 gl tank with a hose, a picnic table and a fire ring at this site. if you'd prefer, you can locate a spot of your choosing off the beaten path anywhere within our 16 acres (ask the hostess for details). We now have rv hook up with a 30 amp electric service, sewer and water available. We have wildlife such as bobcats, coyotes, deer, owls, snakes, turkeys and rumor has it, maybe even a bigfoot. I hope you come enjoy friends, family and nature to make this an incredible experience.
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South Suckcreek Campground

20 sites · RVs, Tents22 acres · Chattanooga, TN
Learn more about this land: Enjoy sunset views of the mountains, plus trails for bicycling, motorcycle riding, 4-wheelers nearby. Set on a low traffic road at the foot of the mountain, this property is close to Prentice Cooper State Forest. Find kayak rentals at the foot of the mountain!
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Magnolia Campground at Hixson Farms

3 sites · Lodging, RVs12 acres · Chickamauga, GA
Come spend a few days on a real working farmstead. Spend your days petting goats, feeding snacks to the pigs, and listening to cows moo. Collect your own eggs from the coop and fresh veggies from the garden. Then hang out by the campfire or swing in a hammock in the evenings. No tent to worry about. Sleep with the luxuries of a soft bed, hot water, and A/C. Includes free parking and wi-fi. Just a few miles from Cloudland Canyon State Park and historic downtown Chattanooga. Are you trying to talk your spouse into moving to a farm and starting your own homestead? Take a tour of our 12 acres and learn the ins and outs of homesteading. Collect fresh eggs for breakfast. Bottle feed Fergus, our Scottish Highland calf. You’ll be picking out a farm of your own in no time!
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RV Campground by the Cave

5 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Pelham, TN
This is the perfect location if you are here to attend a show at the Caverns, take a cave tour, or just want to enjoy the outdoors and take in the beautiful views all around. It is a 7 minute walk to the Caverns. There is electric hookup but NO water hook up. There is a 50 amp, 30 amp, and 110 plug in for each site. This is the perfect place for the self contained camper just needing electrical hookup. It is 10 minutes from the interstate I-24. There are several waterfalls and hiking trails nearby to explore.
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Raulston Woods Cabins And Camping

2 sites · RVs, Tents138 acres · South Pittsburg, TN
Nestled amidst a lush forest canopy, our campsite offers a serene retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Picture yourself surrounded by towering trees, their leaves rustling in the gentle breeze, as you breathe in the crisp, fresh air of the wilderness. Our spacious campsites are carefully laid out to provide privacy and tranquility, each equipped with a fire pit for cozy evenings spent under the stars. Whether you're pitching a tent beneath the canopy or glamping in a cabin for a weekend getaway, you'll find everything you need to reconnect with nature. For those seeking a touch of comfort without sacrificing the rustic charm of the outdoors, our charming cabins offer the perfect blend of convenience and immersion in nature. Tucked away among the trees, each cabin provides a cozy retreat complete with sleeping mats. Step outside onto your own private porch to savor your morning coffee amidst the sights and sounds of the forest. Whether you're an avid hiker eager to explore miles of scenic trails, a nature lover hoping to spot local wildlife, or simply seeking a peaceful escape from the stresses of modern life, our campsite and cabins provide the ideal setting for your next outdoor adventure. Come experience the beauty and tranquility of the woods with us
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Redfern Glampgrounds

10 sites · RVs, Tents18 acres · South Pittsburg, TN
Redfern Glampgrounds is a peaceful paradise in the foothills of South Pittsburgh, TN. We sit on 18 acres of forest and limestone cliffs. Enjoy all manners of outdoor activities and indoor attractions from concerts to caving, there’s culture and adventure to be found here. You can find your peace here!
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Sasquatch Farm

104 sites · RVs, Tents128 acres · Orme, TN
Founded in 2020, Sasquatch Farm offers over 120 acres of natural habitat to explore. The property boasts waterfalls, creeks, wildlife, and vast open skies, located on top of a mountain with beautiful valley overlooks. Sasquatch Farm is just 40 miles west of Chattanooga and easily accessible from I-59 and Hwy 156. Enjoy 52 generously-sized RV sites – many large enough to accommodate toy haulers – as well as several secluded tent camping sites. From high atop a mountain peak, you’ll be awestruck by vast overlooks of waterfalls, meandering streams, and dense forest. Book your stay today and explore the great outdoors in this secluded paradise.
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The Bolo Club

60 sites · Tents5500 acres · Sherwood, TN
Our grandparents moved to the farm on Little Crow Creek on September 27, 1927 from up in Sinking Cove. They had six children with our dad, Charlie Jr., being one of them. Charlie Stubblefield Sr. was a very interesting man with a wide curiosity in just about anything that had to do with history, Indian artifacts, Civil War, fossils, oral history, religion and more. Therefore, the small museum on the property next to the pavilion is dedicated to our grandfather. Charlie Sr. and our grandmother served as Justices of the Peace for over 30 years. Further, our grandmother was the backbone of the family, and was a gracious lady with a special personality to handle the rigors of the day; we miss them both very much. The area has many interesting stories and legacies of characters of yesterday and today. Visiting The Bolo Club will be like stepping back in time to a slower pace where hopefully you will be able to enjoy the atmosphere and spirit of the farm.Learn more about this land:The Bolo Club has a unique combination of accommodations and activities, making it the perfect getaway. You owe it to yourself, so take the time to slow down, relax, and enjoy the sights, sounds, and atmosphere where country meets comfort! We have every type of camping you could ask for, from pitching your tent by the running creek to glamping it in The Lodge.
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Forest at Sand Mountain

4 sites · Tents22 acres · Trenton, GA
22 acres of Private, Magickal, spanning the bottom valley all the way to the top of Sand Mountain. The mountain has several natural terraces and flat areas suitable for campers to choose from including a nice spot overlooking a rock garden. As you ascend Sand Mountain, the vegetation thins revealing spectacular views of Lookout Mountain especially in the fall & winter months after the leaves have fallen. At the very top of the property are 30+ ft high cliffs with a cave. It has a colorful collection of lichen growing in it and we have named it our 'Mandala cave'. The cave is great for meditation. Rejuvenating guided hikes to the cliffs & caves are available upon request. This is raw land & raw forest. If you enjoy bush craft, there is plenty of material for you to build a lean-to, tipi, or structure of choice. Trees range from poplar to multiple species of oak. Natural wildlife include deer, wild turkeys, scorpions, and ticks. You're welcome to bring fluffy as we've never seen any predators, but there is a slight chance there could be some around. A lost animal on the mountain could be near impossible to find. We have 2 male cats. Unfortunately, the Earth does what she wants and weather forecasts can't be relied upon. We've had sunny days that have been forecasted to rain and un-predicted downpours. It can be raining at the top or the bottom of the mountain but not at the campsites in the middle.
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Kicks Rocks Camping

3 sites · RVs, Tents80 acres · Whitwell, TN
If you are looking for a unique and adventurous camping experience, look no further than Kick Rocks Camping. Kick Rocks Camping is a campground that offers off-grid camping in the woods, with no electricity or water. The campground is located on 80+ acres of land, with various natural features such as waterfalls, hiking trails, rock houses, bluff camp sites, creeks, and more. You can enjoy the beauty and the challenge of nature, as well as the community and the romance of camping. You can choose from different types of campsites, such as tent sites, RV sites, or vehicle sites, each with a fire ring, a picnic table, and a stunning view of the sunset. You can also join the other campers at the communal fire pit, where you can share stories, jokes, and songs. You can find more information and photos about the campground on their website. Kick Rocks Camping is the ideal destination for outdoor lovers, thrill-seekers, and explorers. You can hike to the nearby waterfalls or explore the mysterious caves. You can also enjoy the wildlife, the flora, and the fauna that inhabit the forest. You can learn more about the wildlife and the plants in the area from the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. You can also find more information and tips about hiking in Tennessee from the Tennessee State Parks. Kick Rocks Camping is a memorable and affordable camping experience, but it is not for the faint of heart. You will need to bring your own water, as there is no potable water at the campground. You can buy firewood at the campground for a fair price. You will also need to bring insect repellent, as there may be bugs in the woods. You will need to be prepared for the weather, as it can get cold at night, especially in the winter. You can check the weather forecast for Tracy City, Tennessee before you go. You will also need to stock up on all your supplies and snacks, because the nearest Dollar store is 8 miles away, and it takes 20 minutes to drive there. If you are ready for a wild and beautiful camping adventure, book your stay at Kick Rocks Camping today. You will love their rustic and cozy site, their simple and convenient amenities, and their cool and laid-back vibe. They look forward to seeing you soon! 😊 Attractions Hiking Savage Gulf State Park, South Cumberland State Park, Fall Creek Falls State Park, Mountain Goat Trail, Grundy Lake, Big Creek Lake Stores Piggly Wiggly, Family Dollar, Dollar General, Save A Lot Gas Stations Scotts Grocery, Town Market, Ricky and Irina’s Market, Misty’s Market, L&L Market
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Looking for a unique camping experience near Monteagle, Tennessee? Hipcamp has over 550 options available specifically for cave camping in that area. With options as low as $9 per night, you can explore caves without breaking the bank. Check out top campsites like Belle and Beau Acres (305 reviews), The Falls at Sewanee Creek (286 reviews), and Beech Hollow Hideout (149 reviews). You'll enjoy popular amenities such as potable water, showers, and pet-friendly locations. Plus, you can take advantage of activities like exploring historic sites, climbing, and whitewater paddling. So pack your gear, grab your headlamp, and get ready for an unforgettable cave camping adventure!

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