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Clarksville , TENNESSEE

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Beautiful

We camped for one night and arrived late with no one on duty to take payment so we used the honor system drop box. Stunning views of lake and awesome sunset. Left in the early morning to a bunch of deer everywhere.

Nice!

Nice campground. Clean, pet friendly. A lot of sites! Access to lakes. Saw a lot of wildlife for such a big campground with lots of people traffic.

Friendly people beautiful lake

The campground is well layed out. Each site has a paved parking pad, some overlooking the lake. Camp host and staff are super friendly.

Ok place

Over all a nice place but could be better. Pads are not level. Saw a class A that had front wheels 10" off the ground and a TT with the hitch on the ground. Many sites had drop offs on the door side of the pad so you could not use all the awning space. We fell off the pad several times walking to the fire pit.

Wanted something close to Nashville

It was very quiet because nothing was open during the week. We stayed sun to Thurs water park is only open on the weekend. The lake is very pretty but it's just to look at unless you want to drop a fortune to rent a jet ski or boat there is no beach access unless you pay to enter the water park which isn't open right now. Nashville is a really cool town, most everything is open now with a few exceptions.oh yea no one mentioned that this place is on the flight path of the international airport.

Great Golf Course

I live too close to this State Park to camp here but I do play the golf course. Very nice and expect to see deer and turkey.

In addition there are some good places in nearby Dickson to eat. Tony B’s for burgers, Back Alley for BBQ, Zander’s for Pizza and Katie’s for ice cream.

The bonus is that it is an easy drive to Nashville.

Favorite Spot In Tennessee ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Our second time visiting PRRR. We stayed up the hill on a corner lot during the 4th of July. It was our first time and it was a wonderful experience. We ventured down the hill and spent time on the water. We had plenty of space to roam around in the river even while visiting during a peak time. So naturally we booked again and ended up snagging a beautiful riverside location at pad #9 The park owner Casey and Grounds manager Mike are the best and so gracious! We had a wonderful time exploring the property. Full hooks ups and a level pad made setup a breeze. Allen the park host even guided us in our spot and gave assistance getting back in. They do a great job keeping the grounds clean and well manicured. We love this spot and it will be a regular stop for us here in Tennessee. Some of the best access to the Piney right here. Highly recommend!

Loved it!

Very nice campground. Very clean and family friendly. All sites were a good size. Nice lake views from most sites but really enjoyed our lakeside spot Black Oak loop #22. Our son enjoyed throwing rocks in the lake from our site. I agree with others, firewood and ice were both well priced, great convenience store available.

The Queen of Tennessee Parks

The title says it all Nice well kept camp Grounds Restaurant in the park site are level and large

Beautiful State Park

The campground is clean and well-maintained. The campsites are shaded with plenty of space in between sites. The hiking is phenomenal.. so much beauty in one location. This place has it all.. golf course, fishing, boating, hiking trails, lodging (hotel and villas), playgrounds, streams, waterfalls..