Known to many as the “birthplace of country music,” Tennessee could definitely be considered a “southern treasure” in the United States. With an abundance of natural, historical, and cultural attractions throughout the state, such as the city of Nashville and the Great Smoky Mountains, there are a wide variety of sights and destinations for RV travelers to explore. Fortunately, the state of Tennessee is also home to numerous RV parks that provide ideal accommodations for exploring everything the state has to offer. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Anchor Down RV Resort
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The Anchor Down RV Resort in Dandridge, Tennessee is situated right on the shores of Lake Douglas, offering amazing views of both the lake and the Great Smoky Mountains, along with a list of activities and amenities that may seem almost endless to guests. The Anchor Down RV Resort offers boat rentals, a basketball court, a pool with a kiddie area and a water slide, fishing opportunities, golf cart rentals, trash pickup, complimentary WiFi, a camp store, a bathhouse featuring private bathrooms, a fishing pier, a boat ramp, and toys and an inflatable trampoline for use in the lake.
1703 Highway 139, Dandridge, TN 37725, Phone: 877-784-4446
2.Clarksville R.V. Park and Campground
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The Clarksville R.V. Park and Campground is an RV park with modern amenities in Clarksville, Tennessee, making it a convenient and comfortable destination for RV travelers to spend a night or two. The property provides all of the necessary features of an RV campground, including a general store, clean shower facilities and restrooms, and full hook-up RV campsites. The Clarksville R.V. Park also offers a playground, a dog park, a swimming pool, and complimentary wireless internet, and is located near several attractions, such as the Mammoth Caves, the Land Between the Lakes Recreation Area, and Fort Campbell.
1270 Tylertown Rd, Clarksville, TN 37040, Phone: 931-648-8638
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3.Creekside RV Park
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The Creekside RV Park, in the scenic town of Pigeon Forge, offers a beautiful RV campground right on Walkden’s Creek, conveniently located near plenty of entertainment and fun in eastern Tennessee, including outdoor exploration activities, live entertainment, and the famous Dollywood, just four miles away. There are more than one hundred level campsites at the family-owned and operated Creekside RV Park. Amenities include cozy campfires perfect for roasting marshmallows, fishing opportunities at the creek, and a saltwater pool. The park is also situated near outlet shopping and several restaurants, right in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains.
2475 Henderson Springs Rd, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863, Phone: 865-428-4801
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4.Foothills RV Park & Cabins
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The Foothills RV Park and Cabins offers a quaint and quiet RV getaway in the beautiful Smoky Mountains. Located in Pigeon Forge, the park includes a wide variety of amenities, including complimentary coffee, access to the Fun Time Trolley, cable television, complimentary WiFi, fire rings, heated and air-conditioned restrooms, a heated swimming pool, laundry facilities, and firewood and ice available at the office. Sites include 50and 30-amp hookups, concrete patios with a picnic table, sewer and water hookups, and accommodations for 36-foot motorhomes and 32-foot trailers. There are also a number of small cabins available for rental.
4235 Huskey St, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863, Phone: 865-428-3818
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5.Graceland RV Park & Campground
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The Graceland RV Park and Campground is situated right within walking distance from Elvis Presley’s home of Graceland. The property provides a convenient, comfortable, relaxing, and memorable place for travelers to stay in Memphis, Tennessee. Along with the famous Graceland residence, the nineteen-acre Graceland RV Park is located to several other popular attractions in and around the city of Memphis as well. The campground features 24-hour security, free WiFi throughout the grounds, a swimming pool, walking and biking trails, laundry facilities, a bathhouse, a business center, an area for tent camping, and air-conditioned and heated cabin rentals.
3691 Elvis Presley Blvd, Memphis, TN 38116, Phone: 901-396-7125
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6.Grand View Cabins and RV Park
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The Grand View Cabins and RV Park in Altamont, Tennessee are located right off Interstate 24. The property features 14 RV sites and four different themed cabins, as well as wireless internet in the RV camping area and in each of the cabins. Guests can bring their four-wheelers and horses for some trail riding or bring their fishing gear out to the well-stocked pond for some great fishing opportunities. Another highlight of the Grand View Cabins and RV Park is the amazing mountain views. Pets are allowed, but must be leashed at all times and not left unattended.
2406 Gap Rd, Altamont, TN 37301, Phone: 931-692-3484
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7.Green Acres RV Park
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The Green Acres RV Park offers spacious RV sites with full hookups overlooking acres of meticulously manicured lawns with abundant Bradford Pear trees. The grassy, expansive area gives guests plenty of space to unwind and relax. The RV park also provides free cable television, free wireless internet, and picnic table for extra comfort and convenience. There is also a camp store, laundry facilities, clean showers and restrooms, a fully-equipped indoor pavilion for gatherings, a saltwater pool, a conversation deck, and a kids play area with volleyball court. Nearby lakes and rivers provide opportunities for swimming, fishing, and boating.
215 Ziffle Cir, Savannah, TN 38372, Phone: 731-926-1928
8.Honeysuckle Meadows RV Park
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The Honeysuckle Meadows RV Park is a peaceful and scenic RV campground resort near Wears Valley. Set within the foothills of Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains, the park is only minutes away from Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. The Honeysuckle Meadows RV Park offers peaceful RV campsites with complimentary wireless internet and cable television and full hookups with sewer, water, and 50 or 30 amp electric service. The property also includes a grill and deli serving delicious burgers, a swimming pool, and a private pond. There are also a number of mountain cabins available for rental in the private, quiet setting.
3958 Wears Valley Rd, Sevierville, TN 37862, Phone: 865-453-1041
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9.Lakeview RV Park
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The Lakeview RV Park in Bluff City, Tennessee is an RV campground with wide roads, providing easy access to sites for RV owners and travelers. Each site includes sewer, city water, and 50, 30, and 20 amp service. The Lakeview RV Park also offers private bathrooms, complimentary wireless internet, access to cable television, opportunities for fishing, propane, pontoon boat rentals, and a saltwater pool. There is also a laundry facility, a camp store, a fully equipped pavilion, and a play area for pets. The staff who run the RV park are passionately committed to providing helpful and friendly service.
4550 Highway 11 E, Bluff City, Tennessee 37618, Phone: 423-538-5600
10.Mountain Glen RV Park & Campground
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The Mountain Glen RV Park and Campground is located in Pikeville on the Cumberland Plateau in scenic southeast Tennessee. Centrally situated between Chattanooga, Nashville, and Knoxville and only 15 minutes away from the Fall Creek Falls State Park, the RV park is an ideal place for RV travelers to stay a night or two while exploring the area. There forty-one pull-through sites, each one with full hookups, including water, sewer, and 50/30/20 amp service. Amenities at the Mountain Glen RV Park include a game room, a pavilion that overlooks the fishing pond, private bathrooms, and free WiFi.
6182 Brockdell Rd, Pikeville, TN 37367, Phone: 877-716-4493
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11.Over-Niter RV Park
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The Over-Niter RV Park is an RV campground situated in Athens, Tennessee, featuring both partial and full hookup RV sites that are also big rig-friendly. Many of these sites are pull-thru accessible for RVs up to sixty feet in length. The pet-friendly Over-Niter RV Park also offers an on-site dump station, laundry facilities, hot showers, restrooms, and complimentary wireless internet. Campsite amenities include grills, fire circles, picnic tables, fitness equipment, a massage chair, and gravity inversion table. A variety of activities are available as well, like fishing, hiking, and biking, as well as the nearby Ripley's Believe It Or Not Aquarium.
316 John J Duncan Pkwy, Athens, TN 37303, Phone: 423-507-0069
12.Parkers Crossroads RV Park
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The Parkers Crossroads RV Park in Yuma, Tennessee offers full-service RV sites with 20, 30, and 50-amp electric service, as well as complimentary high-speed wireless internet and DirecTV cable television. The majority of the RV sites are pull-through and seven feature laser-leveled concrete pads, with the rest being level, gravel campsites. There is a swimming pool that is open from the end of May until the middle of September, a laundry room with multiple machines, a book library for borrowing and trading, and spacious grassy areas for pets to run around. Propane is also available on-site at the Parkers Crossroads RV Park.
22580 Highway 22N, Yuma, TN 38390, Phone: 731-968-9939
13.Pine Mountain RV Park
The Pine Mountain RV Park is a quality RV park located just thirty-five miles away from the city of Knoxville, right off of Tennessee’ Highway 441. Throughout the grounds, guests can take in amazing views of the Great Smoky Mountains in a campground set in the lush forests and rolling hills of scenic and beautiful Pigeon Forge. Among the many amenities offered at the Pine Mountain RV Park are a snack bar and large splash pool, clean shower and restroom facilities, laundry facilities, cable television hook-ups, and wireless internet. Visitors can also use the trolley to explore the surrounding area.
411 Pine Mountain Rd, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863, Phone: 865-453-9994
14.River Plantation RV Resort
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The River Plantation RV Resort in Sevierville, Tennessee offers RV travelers pleasant southern hospitality, modern facilities, and beautiful scenery. The RV park is located along the Little Pigeon River, near the city of Knoxville and the towns of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. WIth a convenient location and several different amenities, the River Plantation RV Resort provides a great place to stay for a night or two for RV owners who want to explore the scenic mountain region of the state of Tennessee. The grounds include a basketball court, fitness center, hot tub, lazy river, and several pools.
1004 Parkway, Sevierville, TN 37862, Phone: 865-429-5267
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15.Riveredge RV Park
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The Riveredge RV Park is one of the premiere RV parks and campgrounds in the Great Smoky Mountains, offering accommodations that range from rustic to luxury. The conveniently located park is situated just a few minutes away from the attractions of Gatlinburg, as well as the Smoky Mountain National Park. With 175 well landscaped sites, the Riveredge RV Park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee provides a beautiful campground combined with several amenities, such as a playground, a heated pool, and a game room. There is also the Fun Time Trolley to transport guests to attractions, shops, restaurants, and grocery stores.
4220 Huskey St, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863, Phone: 877-881-7222
16.Riverside RV Park & Resort
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The Riverside RV Park and Resort in Sevierville, Tennessee is a family-owned and operated RV campground that has provided quality service to the Smoky Mountains area for more than forty years. The park features nearly three hundred campsites, complete with picnic table and concrete patio, and most of them are shaded. The Riverside RV Park makes an ideal base for exploring the many local attractions, national parks, state parks, fishing holes, golf courses, restaurants, and shops in the Great Smoky Mountains region of Tennessee. Amenities include access to cable television, wireless internet, a swimming pool, and more.
4280 Boyds Creek Hwy, Sevierville, TN 37876, Phone: 865-453-7299
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17.Rocky Top Campground & RV Park
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The Rocky Top Campground and RV Park in Blountville, Tennessee is a relaxing and quiet adults-only campground. Set on approximately twelve acres of mostly wooded land, the components of this RV park were designed to retain the natural beauty of the grounds’ country setting. The RV campsites are all level and most of them feature concrete patios, however, the Rocky Top Campground also offers two small cabins that can accommodate two people and two large cabins for up to four people. The park offers wireless internet, cable television, and full-hookup sites with 50, 30, and 20 amp electric service.
496 Pearl Ln, Blountville, TN 37617, Phone: 423-323-2535
18.Smoky Bear Campground and RV Park
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The Smoky Bear Campground and RV Park is located within the Great Smoky Mountain National Park’s northeast section, situated near the Cosby and Greenbrier park entrances. The pet-friendly RV park and campground offers numerous amenities for guests during their stay, including a bathhouse, laundry facilities, a playground, a seasonal heated pool and hot tub, fire rings, picnic tables, a free DVD and book lending library, and a camp store selling camping and RV necessities, souvenirs, and snacks. There is also an air-conditioned and heated clubhouse with a full kitchen that’s available to guests free of charge for gathering.
4857 East Pkwy, Gatlinburg, TN 37738, Phone: 865-436-8372
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19.Smoky Mountain Premier RV Resort
The Smoky Mountain Premier RV Resort is a KOA RV park located in the city of Cosby, set on sixteen acres of peaceful forests, hiking trails that include some leading into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and shaded campsites. The RV park aims to provide visitors with a resort-quality RV vacation while still connecting them with nature. Amenities at the Smoky Mountain Premier RV Resort include a designated pet area, a swimming pool with a sun deck for lounging in the sun, a disc golf course, miles of hiking trails, a playground for children, nearby attractions, and more.
4874 Hooper Hwy, Cosby, TN 37722, Phone: 855-557-6778
20.Southlake RV Park
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The Southlake RV Park is a wooded and beautiful pet-friendly RV park situated on the grounds of the Fort Loudoun Reserve, about thirty minutes from the Smoky Mountains and only minutes from downtown Knoxville, Tennessee. The Southlake RV Park offers large pull-through RV sites able to accommodate RVs up to eighty feet, as well as numerous amenities, such as complimentary wireless internet throughout the property. Guests can easily visit the many great attractions nearby in the mountains or the city of Knoxville, explore the University of Tennessee, go fishing out on the lake, relax in or by the pool, and much more.
3730 Maryville Pike, Knoxville, TN 37920, Phone: 865-573-1837
21.Texas T Campground
The Texas T Campground is a year-round RV campground in the town of Cornersville, just off of Interstate 65. Each of the forty RV campsites are pull-thru accessible with full hookups, including 50 and 30 amp service, and range from sixty feet to one hundred feet in length. Sites also include cable television and wireless internet. The Texas T Campground provides other amenities as well, including a children’s playground, a 24-hour laundry facility, a 24-hour bathroom facility with hot showers, a club room, and a camp store offering ice cream, candy, drinks, and ice. The campground is also pet friendly.
2499 Lynnville Hwy, Cornersville, TN 37047, Phone: 931-293-2500
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22.Two Rivers Landing RV Resort
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The Two Rivers Landing RV Resort in Sevierville is located along the riverbanks of the French Broad River, providing a luxury RV resort within a peaceful mountain valley, including both riverview and riverfront RV sites. The RV resort offers many great amenities only minutes away from Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Amenities include a large clubhouse with a gathering room and private exercise facility, complimentary WiFi and cable television, a laundry facility with multiple washers and dryers, bathhouse facilities, a gazebo that overlooks the scenic river, a playground for children, and a swimming pool.
2328 Business Center Circle, Sevierville, TN 37876, Phone: 866-727-5781
23.Up the Creek RV Camp
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The Up the Creek RV Camp in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee offers an authentic RV camping experience in a little piece of Smoky Mountain paradise. While the RV park doesn’t have a really nice clubhouse or a swimming pool, it does boast having the largest RV sites outside of Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains National Park on one of the area’s most beautiful properties. Located near many local attractions, each of the sites include sewer and water hookups, 50 and 30 amp electric service, complimentary cable television and wireless internet, a fire ring, a picnic table, and a spacious concrete patio.
1919 Little Valley Rd, Pigeon Forge, TN 37862, Phone: 865-453-8474
23 Best RV Parks in Tennessee
- Anchor Down RV Resort, Photo: Anchor Down RV Resort
- Clarksville R.V. Park and Campground, Photo: Clarksville R.V. Park and Campground
- Creekside RV Park, Photo: Creekside RV Park
- Foothills RV Park & Cabins, Photo: Foothills RV Park & Cabins
- Graceland RV Park & Campground, Photo: Graceland RV Park & Campground
- Grand View Cabins and RV Park, Photo: Grand View Cabins and RV Park
- Green Acres RV Park, Photo: Green Acres RV Park
- Honeysuckle Meadows RV Park, Photo: Honeysuckle Meadows RV Park
- Lakeview RV Park, Photo: Lakeview RV Park
- Mountain Glen RV Park & Campground, Photo: Mountain Glen RV Park & Campground
- Over-Niter RV Park, Photo: Over-Niter RV Park
- Parkers Crossroads RV Park, Photo: Tomasz Zajda/stock.adobe.com
- Pine Mountain RV Park, Photo: jure/stock.adobe.com
- River Plantation RV Resort, Photo: River Plantation RV Resort
- Riveredge RV Park, Photo: Riveredge RV Park
- Riverside RV Park & Resort, Photo: Riverside RV Park & Resort
- Rocky Top Campground & RV Park, Photo: sea and sun/stock.adobe.com
- Smoky Bear Campground and RV Park, Photo: Smoky Bear Campground and RV Park
- Smoky Mountain Premier RV Resort, Photo: Mats/stock.adobe.com
- Southlake RV Park, Photo: Alex Stemmer
- Texas T Campground, Photo: ilona99
- Two Rivers Landing RV Resort, Photo: Two Rivers Landing RV Resort
- Up the Creek RV Camp, Photo: Up the Creek RV Camp
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