Cale D.

Arlington , TN

Joined June 2019

Avid rider, apothecary.

Silver Dollar campground

We tent/ motorcycle camped. No frills here. Host sells wood. Quiet and remote. Poor cell reception. Good fire pit/ grill. Vault toilets. Running water at a spigot nearby. Cannot tie anything (lights / tarps) to trees. Pine thickets, no much stargazing access, but easy to come up with tinder, witchwood for firestarting.

Clean KOA

RV sites, some tent sites and cabins. Cabins have a single and a bunk, power, porch light, picnic tables and firepit. Office has firewood. Bathrooms are stall, showers are stall/ curtained. Camp was clean and well kept. We brought a small grill and scavenged rocks to set it on; ate like kings. Great views of star as from this elevation.

River's End - Well Kept KOA

Mainly a RV park, but about a dozen tent pads (fine gravel, well kept, no trash) in grassy lots with picnic table and fire pit. Family style bathroom/ showers. Office with coffee, games, books. Host on golf cart was helpful with last minute arrival and places to eat on island. 3 block walk to beach. There was also a larger group camping area - saw a scout troop there - these sites had water and power.

Beautiful views

It was 5 miles of dirt/sand to get here, but sites are nice for primitive. Toilets were clean. Bring water. Watch for deer/ bear. Listen to the bay lapping at the bank all night.

Beautiful views

It was 5 miles of dirt/sand to get here, but sites are nice for primitive. Toilets were clean. Bring water. Watch for deer/ bear. Listen to the bay lapping at the bank all night.

Nice open grassy area 10 miles out of Fayetteville.

Long gravel drive (important for motorcyclists). Tent and RV sites. Beer garden. Bands. Food trucks. Open the weekend of Bikes Blues and BBQ only.

Still in the city

Close to several amenities, but not really camping. Welcome to Memphis (technically Cordova, but we still.got the crime.) Shelby farms is a great park, one of the largest city parks in the US; you're close, but it's still city. If camping here, it's 5-6 miles off I40, and I'd just use it as a quick overnight (if tent camping) Some RVs stay here for quite a while. Note if you're coming during a festival ( Delta Fair, Corn Maze for Halloween, etc) you'll have congestion and noise.