Tranquil and relaxing retreat situated in a secluded area, yet close to Chattanooga, Gatlinburg, and Nashville. This is a primitive camp spot where you can bring your own camping gear, tent or hammock, or you can rent a spot where we set everything up for you. This property is 15 acres, which includes a stocked pond and a few trails through the woods and is located near some amazing waterfalls, hiking trails, Cumberland Caverns, State Parks, and many great places to eat. We welcome everyone!
You are getting a beautiful spot to set up, up to three tents. You will have a fire pit on the site. For this site you have access to the bathroom inside the Main House which is just a few feet away. You have access to the entire property which includes, a stocked fishing pond that you can also use our kayaks to paddle around for a while on. So bring your fishing gear or rent ours for a small extra fee. We have trails that you can walk and a small little hammock grove that you can lay around in for a while and catch a nap. At this time there are no showers or kitchen, but that is coming in a few months! Just remember, this is a primitive camping spot that is located on a very quiet, little slice of heaven. It is close to lots of hiking and other events around our area such as Bonnaroo, Cumberland Caverns, and we have an excellent farmers market. We are always here to answer questions, so please do not hesitate to message us with any you may have.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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I had an incredible time at Sassy Spring. The host was a great communicator and very helpful, ready to help at a moment's notice. The property has woods that are perfect for an evening stroll, a pond that is perfect for kayaking and fishing, and a wide-open field perfect for your tent and your campfire. I highly recommend spending the night here as you explore nearby hikes, such as Greeter Falls and Fall Creek Falls State Park.