The best camping near Pickwick Landing State Park

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Siverwater Campground

8 sites · RVs2 acres · Counce, TN
**EXCLUSIVE PRIVATE COVERED LOTS** At Silverwater Campground, we pride ourselves on providing campers with spacious lots for rent. Planning your escape has never been easier with daily, weekly, and monthly stay options. Extended stays are available upon request. Conveniently located near various attractions, including Shiloh National Military Park, Pickwick Dam and Lake, Tennessee Indian Mounds, and local shopping options, Silverwater Campground is your passport to relaxation and adventure. Don't wait any longer to experience the magic of Silverwater Campground. Book your stay today and start making memories that will last a lifetime.
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On the Creek Retreat

3 sites · Tents14 acres · Olivet, TN
Learn more about this land: Beautiful clear creek (flows through the entire property(14 acres) with a large, blue swimming hole). Lovely grounds to run and play on. Serene, quiet, peaceful and inviting. 10 min from Savannah TN (shopping, dining, hospital)- 15 min to the TN River in both Savannah and Clifton(centrally located)- 15 min to “Up the Creek”Kayaking- 15 min to Ross Creek Landing golf course- Wide open/easy travel access roads-
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Lazy Acres Lake

9 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Lexington, TN
Lazy Acres Lake is located 11 miles from interstate 40 in the beautiful farming community of Chesterfield, Tennessee. We have an abundance of wildlife including our own team of Khaki Campbell guard ducks and a piebald whitetail buck named Lucky who enjoys hanging out by the levee. Lake access is included with each site reservation. Life jackets required at all times for those with paddle please. Camp sites 1-3, the boat ramp and main parking area are located at the main entrance and offer gravel roads and parking. Look for the LAL logo on the left gate post. Camp site #4 the hiking trailhead and our back country campsites are located at the east entrance. Look for patriotic fence post near the road. If you end up traveling a long paved road that leads to a boat ramp with lots of parking, you zigged when you should have zagged. Turn around and lazy acres is across from where that road ends. Follow the access road along the tree line down to the water. The hiking trail is to the east across the footbridge. Look for white AT style blazes for trail markers. The blue blazes leading to each campsite. * All gates are open 24 hours when campers are present.
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RV Lots at Natures Cove

13 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Clifton, TN
RV Lots of Natures Cove is a family-owned small business. We offer luxury RV camping in a private, waterfront, gated RV community. Our RV sites are extra-large and private with full hookups and fiber high speed WiFi . We are located two hours southwest of Nashville, TN in the charming small town of Clifton, TN. Our community sits on the stretch of the Tennessee River called the Kentucky Lake. The Kentucky Lake is the largest man-made lake east of the Mississippi river. It covers 160,300 acres and features 2,300 miles of breathtaking shoreline. Bring your boat and use our private community boat ramp. You can stop at the marinas located nearby for food and live music. If you don’t have a boat, you can rent one nearby. Kentucky Lake is a boaters dream with its clean water and beautiful scenery. Boat storage is included in your stay. Additionally, some of the best freshwater fishing in the Country can be experienced in the Kentucky Lake and is known for excellent fishing for large and small mouth bass, bluegill, white bass, catfish, and many more. You can fish directly from your site on most waterfront sites or use our dock. If you like to kayak, you will enjoy the tree-lined, calm, four mile long cove in our community. You can directly access the cove from your site when you stay on a “cove site.” We are open year-round. We offer nightly, weekly, and long term stays on all our sites. Please call or text for availability and for more information about each site so we can help you book the site that is best for you. We currently have two buddy sites that are extra-large with two sets of full hookups for two RV’s (we will be adding more buddy sites). We cannot wait to host you and your family. Hope to see you soon. Wishing you safe travels, RV Lots at Natures Cove 315-771-2757 or 303-522-4330
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Frog Pond Tent Camp

1 site · Tent18 acres · Adamsville, TN
This 18 acre homestead is conveniently located right on Hwy 64, only 7 miles from the Stantonville Amish community; Shiloh Battlefield and archaeological site; and Savannah, TN. The town of Adamsville (home of Sheriff Buford Pusser!) is only 1.5 miles away, for convenient access to grocery and gas stations. There's a 1-acre spring fed pond at the back of the property that's great for swimming, sitting and relaxing, or even fishing (though there's not much in there but perch!) We maintain a 1-mile loop path around our pastures perfect for an early morning or evening stroll, and there is a small 4-5 acre wood guests are also welcome to explore. There is a designated campfire area, and we kindly ask guests not to burn fires at their campsite. In addition to our new flower field and personal vegetable garden, the farm is home to one retired musician (me); one super cool shih tzu (Sirius); and 24 chickens. And we can't wait to share this lovely space with you.
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The Woodlands at Buffalo River

10 sites · RVs35 acres · Linden, TN
🌲 Welcome to our serene woodland retreat perched atop Middle Tennessee's picturesque ridge tops, spanning 35 acres of pure natural beauty—Nashville's expansive backyard getaway! 🌳 Embark on an immersive journey where nature meets adventure at our carefully designed RV park with Tiny Home Lots available for rent. Whether you're seeking a rustic getaway or a snug tiny home experience, we have the perfect haven for you. Surround yourself with the tranquility of our private property, enveloped by lush trees and offering stunning ridge views that let you escape the everyday and embrace the outdoors. Begin your day with the melody of chirping birds and venture out into nature for a revitalizing experience. Water enthusiasts will delight in our prime location, granting direct access to the Buffalo River boat dock just a mile away. Easily launch your kayak, canoe, or tube for a memorable aquatic escapade. Spend your days navigating the gentle currents, soaking in the river's allure, and relishing the peace of the water. Our property caters to families, groups, and solo adventurers, and we happily accommodate pets. We're dedicated to making outdoor experiences accessible to all, fostering an environment that celebrates diversity and respects every guest. Embracing the spirit of a genuine nature retreat, we offer unembellished accommodations that allow you to fully engage with the natural surroundings. With reasonable rates, we ensure your getaway is both attainable and remarkable. Whether you seek a quiet moment by the river, an exhilarating kayak journey, or a serene hike through the woods, our property delivers it all. Trade the ordinary for the extraordinary at our woodland vacation haven in Middle Tennessee, affectionately known as Nashville's vast backyard. Revel in ridge top camping, experience the coziness of tiny home living, and relish in an array of outdoor exploits. Come forge connections, craft cherished memories, and find solace in the heart of nature. Your woodland escape, a part of Nashville's extended allure, beckons—secure your spot today and be part of our vibrant community.
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Seven Pines River Resort

43 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Waynesboro, TN
Nestled in the heart of Tennessee lies 30 acres of rolling pastures lined by woods along the pristine Buffalo River. Seven Pines River Resort is set just off the beaten path of a little country lane with sprawling meadows to park, camp and enjoy the outdoors. The River provides great fishing, swimming, and kayaking. Book your stay and let the captivating beauty of Seven Pines River Resort create memories that will last a lifetime. Share your unforgettable moments with the hashtag #SevenPinesRiverResort on social media and join the community of nature lovers discovering the wonders of this enchanting escape. Your dream camping adventure awaits!
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Winters Woods

5 sites · Tents28 acres · Savannah, TN
Learn more about this land:We have lots of beautiful trees including pine, oak, pecan, and maple. So much forest floor to spread out your tentsite. We have deer, rabbit, turkey, and squirrels to look for and watch. Plus many local birds to watch as well. We are only 5 minutes from Pickwick lake, 27 minutes from Shiloh battlefield, and Savannah has a beautiful downtown area with shopping and dining.
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warrior Outpost Medicinal Farm

2 sites · Lodging16 acres · Scotts Hill, TN
Warrior Outpost is a 16 acre medicinal Herbal farm in West TN. Surrounded by loads of history and activities it offers a meditative retreat from everyday life. At Warrior Outpost we are all warriors trying to succeed in life. We help prepare for the health crisis that will occur in your life. Through education and hands on conduits. You can experience taking care of your most valued assett... your life!
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Hidden Oasis at White Oak Landing

10 sites · RVs2 acres · Clifton, TN
NEW!!! Private RV Sites owned by a retired couple who share a love of RV living. We hope you cherish our true slice of heaven on earth as much as we do. Our sites are in a gated, private community located on the Tennessee River portion known as Kentucky Lake. Kentucky Lake is the largest man-made lake east of the Mississippi river. It covers 160,300 acres and features 2,300 miles of breathtaking shoreline. This lake is well known for boating and fishing for large and small mouth bass, bluegill, white bass, catfish, and many more. The community is gated and has a boat launch and dock. A boat storage is available and included in your stay. You can fish, kayak, or stand up paddle board right from your private site or take a short walk to the community water access area. The views are breathtaking. Several of our sites are located on a 4 mile long private tree lined calm cove that connects directly to the lake. Open all year long to cater to summer enthusiasts OR those who want a more temperate climate for the winter months. Accepting short term/long term rentals. Rates shown are DAILY rates. Message us to get a discount code for WEEKLY or MONTHLY rates. NOTE: Your RV must be self-contained as there are no public restrooms in the community.
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Sherwood Acres

2 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Clifton, TN
Beautiful brand new campsite right on the Tennessee river in Clifton, Tennessee. Located in White Oak Landing, a gated community with awesome other RV'ers. There's a community boat ramp, boat storage area, or keep it on your lot, picnic pavilion, recreation area. And within just a short boat ride or drive there’s Fisherdale, and Clifton Marinas. Ross Creek Landing Golf Course Is a quick 10 min drive. Shopping/town isn’t too far. I have two graveled sites on one lot, one is pull in and one back in. Suitable for all size RV's, $680 a month. 50/30 amp, sewer, water, electric and trash included! All pets welcome. No restrictions on breads. Internet included for longer stays. Please contact me for more information. Thank you
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The Grand View

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Clifton, TN
Welcome to White Oak Landing! Experience THE GRAND VIEW. As you drive through White Oak Landing and arrive at your beautiful half-acre double RV lot on the banks of the Kentucky Lake/TN River near Clifton, TN. Enjoy the convenience of a fully fenced lot for your furry friends. Take a leisurely walk down the steps to your private beach/landing area, where you can fish, swim, or simply relax on the sandy shore. Utilize the picnic table and gather your family and friends around the fire pit for a cozy evening. Feel free to bring your toys for added fun - whether it's boats, skis, paddleboards, or canoes, there's plenty of space to enjoy them here. Additionally, there's a private boat ramp in the community along with a public park for your convenience. The price is $75 per night. I also offer monthly and long-term rentals at $60 per night. This rate includes electric, sewer, and water. The lot can accommodate any size RV or trailer, equipped with 2 x 50-amp outlets and 2 x 30-amp outlets, and 110, as well as 2 septic hookups. The lot size is 60x240. If you have family or friends who would like to join you and use the second set of hookups. Please contact/message me directly. Thank you.
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The best camping near Pickwick Landing State Park guide

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If you’re a water-lover, Pickwick Landing State Park is sure to float your boat. The lake in high summer will be chock-full of motor vessels, but also of catfish, crappie, bluegill, stripes and sauger, making it a mecca for fishing enthusiasts. Got a competitive side? Or just like to watch? There are some HUGE fishing tournaments here (and we’re not just talking from mouth to tail). If you opt for a drier sport, the park hosts a golf course. If you’re just looking to chill out in nature, there are three swimming beaches and primitive camping on the north side of the lake. There’s something for everyone, even if you’d rather hang out in the AC.

When to go

The ideal time to visit Pickwick Landing State Park is during the spring and fall when the weather is mild and the natural scenery is at its peak. Summer months bring warmth and a full bloom of park life, but also larger crowds. Winters can be chilly, making some activities less enjoyable. Plan your trip outside of holiday weekends to avoid the busiest times.

Know before you go

  • Check the park's official website for any alerts on closures or safety advisories before your visit.
  • Ensure you have a valid fishing license if you plan to fish, as regulations are strictly enforced.
  • Wear appropriate footwear and clothing for hiking and bring plenty of water to stay hydrated.
  • Be mindful of park wildlife; observe from a distance and do not feed the animals.
  • Take advantage of the available facilities, including picnic areas and restrooms, to make your visit comfortable.

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