The state of Tennessee is a wonderful place to camp and experience the great outdoors. Whether you want to fish, hunt, hike, boat, or simply use the Tennessee campgrounds as your base camp while you explore the Volunteer State, there are campgrounds to accommodate all your preferences. Tennessee campgrounds are found near major cities like Knoxville, Johnson City, Chattanooga, Nashville, Jackson, Memphis, and many others. Tennessee’s State Parks also offers a bevy of campgrounds.
Choosing campgrounds in Tennessee isn’t difficult if you know what type of activities you want to include in your trip. By isolating your preferences you can choose campgrounds near your activity choices.
Campers will find a mixed bag of things to do in East Tennessee. East Tennessee campgrounds are perfect for campers who want to enjoy the great outdoors in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Camping in the Smokies is a great choice for people who like to hike, walk nature trails, tube the mountain streams, fish, visit historical communities, bicycle, watch wildlife, and more.
If camping in the mountains is a bit too rustic for you, there are many East Tennessee campgrounds in and around Knoxville, Chattanooga, and Pigeon Forge. Knoxville campers can enjoy the city’s historic district, visit museums, take in sporting events, shop, or wile away their afternoons on the areas many lakes. Chattanooga campers can enjoy the city’s railroad history and take a ride on the Chattanooga Choo-Choo, visit the Tennessee Aquarium, or visit scenic Ruby Falls, and Rock City. Campers around the city of Pigeon Forge can enjoy area attractions like Dollywood, water parks, music and comedy shows, museums, and outlet malls.
East Tennessee State Parks that offer camping include: Big Ridge, Cove Lake, Cumberland Mountain, Davy Crockett, Frozen Head, Harrison Bay, Hiwassee/Ocoee, Indian Mountain, Norris Dam, Panther Creek, Pickett, Roan Mountain, and Warriors’ Path.
Middle Tennessee campgrounds are perfect for people who love country music, sports, golf, and history. Campers can enjoy shows at the Grand Old Opry, visit the Country Music Hall of Fame, or walk up-and-down Music Row. Sport fans can take in a day of golf or fishing before heading out to watch the NFL Tennessee Titans play ball. History buffs can visit the Jack Daniels distillery in Lynchburg, the Sam Davis House in LaVergne, Civil War sites, and The Hermitage.
Middle Tennessee State Parks that offer camping include: Bledsoe Creek, Cedars of Lebanon, David Crockett, Edgar Evins, Fall Creek Falls, Henry Horton, Montgomery Bell, Mousetail Landing, Old Stone Fort, Rock Island, South Cumberland, Standing Stone, and Tims Ford.
West Tennessee campgrounds are popular destinations for people who love music, water recreation, and history. Campers can enjoy water recreation on the Mississippi River, or the area’s lakes. Music lovers can visit Sun Studios, Stax Museum of American Soul, Beale Street, and Elvis Presley’s Graceland. History buffs can visit Civil War sites, Mud Island, the National Civil Rights Museum, and the Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Museum.
West Tennessee State Parks that offer camping include: Bill Hill Pond, Chickasaw, Fort Pillow, Meeman-Shelby, N.B. Forrest, Natchez Trace, Paris Landing, Pickwick Landing, Reelfoot Lake, and T.O. Fuller.Pigeon Forge
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