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406 Reviews of 34 Big Lick, Tennessee Campgrounds
We had a great time at this park. I enjoyed the park itself, our campsite not so much. We stayed in campground A, our site was down a hill, and the road is very narrow so backing into it was a little challenging. The bath house was nice, but it was a decent walk from our site and there's only 1 in…
We booked a last minute reservation (meaning 3 months ago these days) and were so excited to finally camp here. We had read that campgrounds A and E were the best. We thought we had lucked up with an open spot in A17. The description said it was moderately sloped. We thought, “it can’t be too…
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We are KOA fans, the sites and staff are typically always nice. Small back in, but reasonably priced for what I got. Great location, very quiet!
The staff was friendly and the park was beautiful. There is a snack shop which is delicious and a general store which was very helpful when I forgot something and thought I would have to go to Walmart. Campsite C is alittle cramped so beware if you have a big tent. Beautiful trails, and don’t miss…
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We had a very large area. The spots were large, and easy to maneuver. The hiking trails are great. They had areas to sit, and enjoy the view. My only complaint was, it’s closeness to I-40. You can hear the traffic. Now it is not overbearing by any means. It is just in the background slightly.…
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I enjoyed this little campground, but it could definitely use some updates. The bathrooms were clean and the showers were nice but a few hooks would be helpful. Also, I originally reserved site C157 but found it difficult to see how or where I could camp in the spot. I tent camp and the site is…
I'm only guessing that this is a newer campground because most of the sites are on concrete slabs with recently planted saplings. It is in a secluded area and there is a fishing pond.
We went this past summer and had a nice visit. There wasn't too many people but a few weeks later we drove thru and people were packed in like sardines. Just not our style of camping. Seems the locals really come out in droves and packs the place. Have been told that vehicles have been stolen so…
It’s a nice campground mainly for campers and RVs in between trees. Our host greeted us very warmly and explained everything to us in detail. There is a pool to use as well and a nice big playground for the kids too. Very nice place to relax! Enjoyed our stay here a lot.
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Arrived to find it closed. No one to talk to or call. Just closed. Same with Rhea Springs.
My family LOVES camping here. It's clean, very safe, and full of activities that my children love. When fall comes around, you won't see more beautiful trees-- the air is so fresh and it's perfect for recharging. Try to book ahead of time because it's always full (it's that good!)
Camp store is right across from tent area entrance. Easy access to most parts of the park. Best trails are on the other side of the river. It rages after a good rain.
Perched on the rim and a nexus of trails that will take you to everything you want to see in this part of the park. Short hike in (3 miles from Stone Door lot). Views of canyon in winter.
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Great site right above the falls. A short walk down to a perfect little perch over the top of the falls and the stairs to the bottom. Fee to reserve is nominal and there is a 10% discount for TN residents.
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A beautiful and unique campground built I. The side of a rolling hill. All of the sites are cantilevered platforms on the hill. The platforms are heavily engineered so no worries about collapse! The platforms make for very level camping and amazing views. You feel like you are in a tree house. …