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Blue Heron Landing

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· Lobelville, Perry, Tennessee
358 acres hosted by Don W.
6 RV/tent sites
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Primitive camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
Blue Heron Campground was once home to the Cherokee Indians. Property is surrounded on all sides by water and has a mile and a half shoreline on the Tennessee river. Just to the North begins a designated 20 mile Wildlife Refuge following the river. It is 340 acres to roam and has rich farmland that has also grazed cattle.  People's landing is now the swim beach and sand boat ramp. It was a port of commerce when the main types of transportation, prior to good roads, were the steamboats, ferry boats, and trains.  Just north of People's landing used to be a post office and small store at Daniel's Landing. The Tennessee River is one of only three rivers that flow North in the United States. People can now use it for camping, fishing or just watching the boats and barges  go by. Enjoy!  Learn more about this land: Blue Heron Campground is primitive camping with no services located 10 miles west of Lobelville, Tennessee. There is a marina for supplies within 3 miles. You can camp right on the shoreline of the Tennessee river and enjoy the river for fishing or swimming. Take a 20 mile day trip to Loretta Lynn's ranch or go 70 miles to Nashville. Enjoy 358 acres to hike and explore open meadows and forest. Enjoy the birds and the boats going by. Hopefully a beautiful sunset over the river to end the day.Blue Heron Campground is primitive camping with no services located 10 miles west of Lobelville, Tennessee. There is a marina for supplies within 3 miles. You can camp right on the shoreline of the Tennessee river and enjoy the river for fishing or swimming. Take a 20 mile day trip to Loretta Lynn's ranch or go 70 miles to Nashville. Enjoy 358 acres to hike and explore open meadows and forest. Enjoy the birds and the boats going by. Hopefully a beautiful sunset over the river to end the day.
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123 ratings · 102 reviews
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Ben S.recommends
May 5, 2024
Camping on the Tennessee River
Pure Beauty
One the BEST spots I’ve ever camped at! Will be back again soon!
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Mamie H.recommends
May 4, 2024
Camping on the Tennessee River
Favorite place to return to
I’ve been to don’s campsite a handful of times, and in every season. It never disappoints.
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Nicole S.recommends
April 29, 2024
Camping on the Tennessee River
This land is beautiful. It was very private and secluded. I loved that the property was gated and I felt very safe staying there. There was one other camper there at the time that we were so we didn’t get our first choice of campsite but all of them are amazing. I, and my friend, and especially my fur baby had an amazing time. There are gorgeous meadows on one side of the road going in and then the river campsites on the other side. It’s so peaceful and you can watch the boats on the water and just relax. I will definitely be back hopefully sooner rather than later.
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John H.recommends
April 14, 2024
Camping on the Tennessee River
Best Spot on the River!
What a wonderful place! Don & Dorris are incredible hosts who go above and beyond with communication and the space provided ~ clean and spacious. Incredible views, would come back again! Massive thank you to Don & Dorris!
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Austin K.recommends
April 8, 2024
Camping on the Tennessee River
First Time Campers!
This was our very first camping trip, and it did NOT disappoint in the slightest!
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Denaly Q.recommends
April 8, 2024
Camping on the Tennessee River
Loved camping on Don’s land! It was well mowed, super specious, quiet and very beautiful! Fishing was great and we even saw a few barges go by! We look forward to going back!
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Lobelville, Perry, Tennessee, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of ᏣᎳᎫᏪᏘᏱ Tsalaguwetiyi (Cherokee, East), Chikashsha I̠yaakni’ (Chickasaw), S’atsoyaha (Yuchi), and Shawandasse Tula (Shawanwaki/Shawnee) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Don W.Joined in May 2020
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