Natchez Trace RV Camping is a beautifully wooded RV camp in Tennessee that offers camera-worthy lookouts and a relaxing getaway environment. Located right off the scenic Natchez Trace Parkway, Natchez Trace makes RV camping an adventure. Its position within an 830-acre forested preserve means less crowds and more privacy. This nature-focused RV camp features some of the best outdoor resources and recreation in Tennessee: a large 3 mile long lake, pontoon tours, and excellent fishing for bass, shellcracker, crappie and more.
Getting outside of Natchez Trace RV Camping can be just as exciting. Nashville offers many sports and entertainment attractions including music, theme parks and interesting museums. Other noteworthy day trips include Loretta Lynn's Dude Ranch in Hurricane Mills and the home of President James Polk in Columbia, both of which can be easily accomplished from your home base at Natchez Trace RV camp in Tennessee. Wooded RV Camp in Tennessee Whether you're planning a retreat for the whole family, a group of friends or a getaway for two, there's no shortage of unique activities to explore at Natchez Trace RV Campground. Plan activities upon arrival or visit this page before your departure to plan ahead. Looking for more? Our friendly staff can fill you in on all of the great ways to make your stay a memorable experience.
Stayed in Pin Oak Campground. Large sites nicely spaced. Full hook ups. Senior discount. Will handle tents to big rigs. Beautiful lake view. Friendly people. Bath house nice and clean. Long nice drive back to campground cell services very weak. Long trip back for supplies come prepared.
We enjoyed our time here but there are some things to know about this park. Most importantly, there is a special way to get into this park. They have a low bridge right outside of their park that prevents you from getting here the easy way. The bridge is at 12ft if I remember correctly, it is too low for most 5th wheels and many class As.
The park is located along the Natchez Trace and it is a great spot to stay if you’re wanting to explore the history, hikes, and waterfalls.
The campground has a pool, lots of activities, campfire rings, and it is a great way to just enjoy being at a campground.
The park does not have good TMobile or AT&T and other campers stated that Verizon is ok but not streamable.
The park has a variety of types of sites, some are full hookup, some are not. The park looks like it is in the middle of expansion but not actively being worked on (2019).
They have a pool, lots of activities, great clubhouses, and large sites. There are many seasonal or more permanent RVs, that have occupied the sites with the best views. Large mature trees in this campground make many of the sites really pretty and shaded.
The roads throughout the park need some work, there are large pot holes that are difficult to avoid.
Large showers and clean restrooms. Spots by the lake are a must.
Excellent WiFi. Not free but inexpensive and worth the price. You can actually stream with it. Very clean Friendly staff Lots of activities in park, and many more along the nearby Natchez Trace Parkway.
Cons: Game room has seen better days. Not very many sites with sewer. Some sites look really old.
Overall worth a stop, even the few cons don't take away from how great the campground is.
My wife and I really enjoyed this campground. Lots to do on the property and surrounding areas. WiFi was $5.95 a day but pretty slow.
We really enjoyed our stay at Natchez Trace Campground. It's a great location for some hiking and sight seeing along the Natchez Trace Parkway. It's very remote and little to no cell signal. While we were there, they were installing a brand new Wi-Fi system to cover the entire Campground. The staff was really nice. We were showing up a little after they closed and they hung around for us. They also warned us about a low bridge on the way in and how to avoid it.