Take in the scenic views of Beaver Stick Landing. Fish/kayak/canoe/float down factory creek. Hiking up hills, climb natural rock walls, explore forest full of deer, beaver, bobcats, coyotes, rabbits, owls, snakes. 15 minutes from the hustle and bustle.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
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Bring your bikes and enjoy the trails
Fish small mouth bass and trout in the creek
Hike the 232 acres - or drive to the Davy Crockett State Park and hike miles of the Trail of Tears
Kayaking & Canoeing available - or bring your own!
West Point ATV - 5 miles away
Swim in Factory Creek or at the public pool at Davy Crockett State Park
Deer run through the woods - Rabbits, Coyotes, Bobcats, Raccoons, Beavers
Natural features you'll find at Beaver Stick Landing - RV Park in Tennessee.
River, stream, or creek
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Great weekend park
Park was just what we were expecting. It was a little tight getting 36ft RV in, we got in. Park water pressure was an issue when the park got crowded. Park had 50 amp site for us. Park owners were great. So were the long term RVers. We enjoyed the creek.
Just the right amount of recluse
First of all, let me say that Beaver Stick landing exceeded my expectations.
In the days leading up to my arrival, the hostess, Lisa, was in communication with me regarding directions, due to spotty cell phone service in the area. She definitely wanted to make sure that I knew where I was going and the directions she gave were spot on!!
I hit a snag on my way up there and had to postpone my arrival by one day. I contacted Lisa and let her know and asked if I could amend my reservation, she was more than happy to accommodate this request. On the day that I was to arrive I was running late due to being new at driving an RV camper. Lisa actually reached out to me to make sure that I was OK and to find out if I knew what time I was going to be arriving.
Upon my arrival I was greeted by Lisa, her father Dave, and Buddy the black camp dog. They directed me immediately to my site and Dave was even kind enough to back my camper in for me being that it was dark and as I said previously I was new to driving an RV camper.
Since it was already dark I got the quick and dirty tour. The bath house was the tits!! Solid construction, separate facilities for ladies and gents, HOT showers (!!!!) and even a laundry facility. I’ve not camped at too many RV parks, but this was hands down, the nicest bath house I’ve ever had the pleasure of using.
I for getting settled in, I was invited over to the community bonfire which was awesome! Here I met the “welcoming committee” which consisted of five barn cats- Winken, Blinken, midnight, Oreo, and lucky. These fluffy little masters of the RV park made sure that I was tucked in every night and they also greeted me each morning and sat with me while I had my cup of coffee.
The whole RV park sits on 200+ acres along side a creek and it’s quiet, secluded, but close enough to town. They are working on becoming a self-sustaining Park and farmstead.
My 3 day stay ended with sadness, but I will definitely be back!! I would 10/10 recommend the Beaver Stick to anyone looking for a new and different RV experience.