This site has some really nice cabins. You can drive right up to the cabin and park. You will have full amenities and lots of room, depending on which cabin you choose. There are big lodging cabins for large groups. There are great trails all around the lake, dam, and old historic sites. Generally very well kept. Most notable part of the campsite is the staff. They are sooooo friendly and knowledgeable. Great to talk to and helpful all the time.
Standing Stone was full of large, beautiful trees. Super secluded feeling camp sites. Had a pool, volleyball courts, short hikes, and soccer fields. The bathrooms were super clean. We’ve been twice and LOVE it.
We absolutely LOVE it here. Beautiful sites and lots of good exploring and kid activities.
STANDING STONE STATE RUSTIC PARK is another park worth the drive. Standing Stone
Tn 52 takes you through picturesque farmland and into Clay County. You are in the country now, Folk Medicine fairs, tractor pulls and demo derbys are prevalent.
Celina and Overton are the nearby towns and Broadway Antiques to right (Tn 52) looked interesting.
A basic campsite with 35 sites, nice and small and quiet. The bathroom is clean and maintained.
Really neat old stonework dam and bridges. Lots of easy to moderate trails through forests and around lakes. The park's namesake is connected to Native American history. Heat suspended bridge has great views. Really pretty place to explore and close to a lot of other parks and state forest in the area. Lots of the campers seemed to be locals so you can get some unique recommendations. The campground is a bit more modern than I expect from a typical state park tent site, each spot has electricity. Great shade. Lots of families but didn't seem too loud. Every site seems to have both a BBQ grill and a fire pit.
This is a great place to camp and hike. Love to go back soon.