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We love the primitive sites at Nathan Bedford Forest! Each site is along the River banks, so you get the best views! Fire pits and picnic tables included. The bathhouse is very old though and does not have a shower. That is the only reason I couldn’t give this one 5 stars!
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Stayed in lot 18. Shade was great. Lake is beautiful spots are gravel pads with fire ring. On vault toilet, good but not totally maintained. Busy on weekends. Some lots traffic due to boat ramp. Far corner fairly good
We were on a cross-country trip headed back to Georgia. This was our last night before arriving home. The camping space we were assigned was wonderful, right on the water with a cute little deck attached. Unfortunately, our neighbor had taken the 30 AMP hook-up and we did not have a 50 AMP line…
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Really nice spots have both non electric and electric. With America Beautiful Pass only 8 dollars a night non. Lots of trees with lake access. Quiet too. Level gravel spot with fire ring and picnic tables
If you are traveling far with your camper or RV this is a great stop over place. It’s not far off the interstate but far enough to feel like you are way off.
Primitive and out of the way. Great for what it is.
Nice place. Not 5 star but ok. Pads are on steep slopes.
Nothing fancy here. Pull off the highway and here it is. Older facilities but very clean.
Pretty close to other conveniences so it's br good for kids to get away without getting too far away.
Ok, that's cheesy but true. Several groups there when we went. Very clean, well maintained primitive campground on the south end of LBL. Four stars, for what it is. If there was electric and water it would be a solid 5. Secluded but still accessible.
We usually use Pin Oak CG at Natchez Trace State Park when we are traveling through Tennessee. Many nice sites, and a few that aren't as nice. But well worth stopping and enjoying the lake and peacefulness. Our first time there was in 2014 and that is when I took the photos.
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Lovely smaller campground, great owners and staff. Amazingly clean and we'll kept. Large pond with catch and release fishing. Small camp store with cute items and necessities. Firewood and ice for sale. Clean laundry room and restrooms.would highly recommend.
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About four miles of winding hills off the paved road. Cleared and not too rough. The site has 18 designed spots, all tiered into the wooded hillside. There is a natural boat launch into Bards Lake. A single Vault toilet and Dumpster as well. The gravel camping pads are reasonably level, each with a…
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Really nice and secluded place! There are benches, fire rings and a bathroom. The site at the end of the campground overlooks the lake which is beautiful.
We camped in off-season and the place was quite empty. Camp host told us it was always pretty quiet. Sites are close together, most with a pitch. We had a water view- a finger of Barkley Lake. The park has a restaurant, stables & marina (unsure if both were closed due to covid, or off-season).…
The restaurant is amazing (order the catfish). There is a beautiful lake but we did not catch any fish. The space was rather large, needs some trees but beautiful anyway. Hiking, fishing & very clean.