- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 50% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 20%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Lake access late spring through early fall
We see deer, turkey and an array of birds (including raptors) on the regular with the occasional red fox or coyote thrown in.
Natural features you'll find at Hatcher Holler in Tennessee.
The vibe at Hatcher Holler
Places to see near Hatcher Holler
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Our (very short, one-night stay) at Hatcher Holler was great! It was supposed to rain the night we arrived, and Matthew set up a tarp for us over the picnic table and cooler on the campsite. Upon arriving, we were struck by the beauty of their land, the animals, and the care taken to make our stay comfortable. We were even brought coffee in the morning! I would absolutely recommend this site. Thank you Matthew and Family!
A sweet, well maintained "holler" in the very large front yard of Matthew and his families home. The goats and pony were adorable and my dog and I enjoyed a short stroll down their sleepy street. Very nice camping spot right off interstate 40, perfect location for me.
Cozy spot amongst a quiet Knoxville suburban area. The spot was shady, fire ring ready, and a picnic table. There were some amazing fireflies out for our stay, and the rooster kept it down in the morning. Good time!
Solitude and trains
We enjoyed the solitude of the place. We had the yard to ourselves. The host was so super friendly! Our kids played on the tree swing and other play equipment. We saw the miniature pony, goats, and chickens.
Trains! The site is located maybe 50 yards from a train track. It is so close to ground shakes as the train passes and there is a private drive so the horn blows every time it crosses. There was a train at 11 PM, 11:45 PM, 2:30 AM and 6 AM. The last of which woke the kids up and they were up for the morning. So aside from the trains we had an exceptional time.