There's a lot of camping space here, also a small cabin for glamping. There's a fire pit, hiking trails and the Turtletown falls are close, the Ocoee River is close. A kitchen is here, food can be provided.
- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Camp Reggae Getaway in Tennessee.
The vibe at Camp Reggae Getaway
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Camp Reggae - I didn't realize before arrival, but it's huge. You can find a lot of information on many different websites, including google maps. A quick backstory, Sonia and Tony started and host an annual reggae festival (thus the name) since 1999.
Getting out there is easy enough, following their directions. It's an incredibly scenic drive, but most likely you won't have cellphone signal. Their property is huge! They said they can host about 250 people any given time. There is a full mountain or two to play on.
We opted to stay in our tents, because we were looking to camp, but they have several closed shelters for anyone who'd prefer a little more structure. There was also a full kitchen, restroom facilities, giant firepits, hammocks, swings, basically everything you could want. They have many hiking trails already laid out, with hours of space to be lost in, should you want to.
As a personal note, if you have a chance to try any of their food, definitely do! They made absolutely delicious soup while we were there, and offered. If I could find the recipe, I absolutely would. Also, after we left, we looked up their own music. Past bands they'd been in, and current - are all great. I'd suggest listening on your drive in!
Overall, I highly highly recommend. I plan on coming back for one of their future festivals as well!
Beautiful mountain side property, semi-developed but a lot of natural woods and land to camp on too. Many different places to camp. Great hiking, mountain top views, stream for swimming, relaxing, meditating. Off the beaten path. Very kind and generous hosts. Would love to see what it looks like when they have the festivals running.
Such an incredible spot! Well worth the drive! I spent my days enjoying afternoon dips in the creek to cool down from the Heat and then relaxing on the ridge to enjoy a breathtaking sunset View. The hosts are very gracious and kind Souls, two very special people indeed. I cannot wait to go back again already!
Not much cell phone reception, but that's part of what makes this place special. Getting to disconnect from the city and reconnect with nature, friends, and family is really what this place is about. I've been coming here at least twice a year for the past ten years now. I absolutely love this place, and the hosts are amazing. They will cook delicious food and keep you entertained with stories around the campfire. If you're lucky, they might even play a few tunes for you. My home away from home, my sanctuary.
One of a kind
Camp Reggae was gorgeous! It’s secluded, so we weren’t worried about disturbing anyone nearby. It’s a very short walk to see an amazing sunset! We also cooled off in the creek and hung our hammock over the water. The way in and out was a little tough in the RV since the road is rocky, but it only made it more of an adventure! I would definitely come back!
Nestled in the Smokey Mountains, Camp Regae is a neat little retreat. It was great for hosting a get together of our group of 15.
The road there would be difficult for some smaller cars and light trucks and would be tough to find during the night.
Once you’re there you’ll see a cool little stage set up on the side of a hill.
At dusk, walk up a nice path to see a sunset over the mountains.
During the day you can walk down to a creek or a bit farther if you want to visit the lake.