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We only stayed for two days but it was a great experience. We were about 20 mins from downtown Nashville and we did that for the first day but the 2nd day we spent all day in the campground. We rented the pontoon and enjoyed the beautiful lake. Highly recommend bringing bug spray for your RV…
Good views but nothing else is all that great.
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We stayed here for a week. Their wifi is very slow and hardly any cell service. They do have a nice pool and a cute barn. They have a nice place for the kids to play in the field with a play ground. We accidentally tripped the circuit breaker and the owner came and helped right away.
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Pros: The campground is in a beautiful area of the woods. Decent neighborhood right by it. Right on the lake, and about half of the campsites are pretty private compared to other campgrounds I’ve been to. Decent prices.
Cons: The showers were dirty. The staff was pretty rude right off the bat…
Awesome sites right on the water, we brought our kayaks and were able to launch directly from the campsite. Nice firepits with grill grates attached. Site had pretty good shade. If tent camping,the electric pole is a bit far, so be sure to bring extra long extension cords. Lake is extermely quiet…
Nice lake. Nice pool. Good sites. Lake is close to all sites. Very helpful store at the front with items you need. Groceries are almost non existent but you can drive to Cracker Barrel or dollar store or restaurants nearby. Steer clear of Waffle House a mile away.
We saw a YouTube RVer briefly talk about Poole Knobs in a recent video and the comments were very favorable so we thought we’d give it a try. We have stayed on the other side of Percy Priest lake and loved it so thought we’d try an Army Corps campground this time in Nashville. What a gem! All of…
Henry Horton boasts easy access, clean showers and sites. They offered many interesting programs for all ages. Staff and host friendly. Restaurant closed for updating.
Old Stone Fort has nice sites with concrete picnic tables. Some of the sites on the lower end flood so caution is required when reserving a campsite. There is electrical hookups (30 & 50)as well as water. The park is just down the street.
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I actually had a really good stay here, but I will say that the water park was closed and it wasn’t peak season. They do keep the campground up and it is very friendly service. I like that they had cable and a full hook up and the showers and bathrooms were nice
Great, spacious sites with concrete or wood picnic tables, fire pits and grills. Fairly level sites. Clean and well maintained. Only downside is limited bathroom and shower facilites ( a long trek, uphill).
Stayed for 5 days on a lakeside site- it was beautiful, mostly clean (goose droppings), and pretty spacious! Still a new campground next to an established marina. Some construction is still going. They are adding more sites and a small pool to the existing amenities like a beach, a hammock pergola,…
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Cedar point campground it's a little interesting getting to it but it is beautiful once you get there. There are 10 campsites that are lakeside six of those having 50 amps. The sites are pulled through with electric and water there is a dump station provided.
We camped in Campground #1 and had a great time at this beautiful state park! The clear creek to play in is gorgeous! The park had so much to offer. Lots of hiking trails, covered bridge, fishing lake w/boat & kayak rentals plus a beautiful waterfall that is great for sunsets! The bathhouse was…
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We camped in the RV area. It was clean and well cared for, close to the water and a very clean shower house. We are definitely going to be coming back!