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14 RV Parks near Fairview, Georgia
We did however find 14 campgrounds within 25 miles of Fairview. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Fairview in the left hand column.
May 2019 - $49.00
Park is clean with a nice dog park, playground, and pool area. There is also a small store in the office.
Sites are long enough but not a great deal of space between you and your neighbors. It appears half of the campground is for long term occupants.
Location is close to shopping and not to far from Ruby Falls and Rock City. It meet our needs for a one night stay. - Fran_Dawn
May 2019 - $44.00
Lovely park, lots of trees, but no problem navigating around them with our rig. Entry is paved but Interior roads are gravel as are the sites so with all the rain we got while there made for lots of puddles ~ nothing the park could do about that. Laundry room is nice but most of the machines could use a little updating. Check in was smooth and staff was very friendly. Most sites have adequate room between each other with grass and picnic table. We had very little space between our rig and our neighbors, but it rained most of the time so we didn't spend much time outdoors. - kks
Apr 2019 - $37.00
First Impression: Attractive roadside presentation. Clean. Spacious. Safety: No concerns. Access: Exit 1 off I-75 (you're in Tennessee), go west on US-41 one block to traffic light, turn left, about a mile, follow signs. Narrow municipal road in poor condition, good signage, Garmin GPS is accurate. Office: Friendly staff, well-stocked store with snacks and an impressive array of RV equipment items. Credit cards accepted. Online reservations not available. My price is the Good Sam discount. Facilities: Pool, no spa, no fitness room or rec center. Restrooms and showers are impeccable, ultra-clean (score "A+"). Propane sales. Big playground. Large off-leash dog run. Campground: Not in a flood plain. Use restrooms as storm shelter. Moderately wooded. Interior roads are narrow gravel in poor condition (serious potholes) with gentle turns; no overhead obstacles. Big rig and long coach friendly. Tent areas and cabins. Sites are all nearby, level, gravel, pull-through, grass between. Pedestals at middle of site with electric 20/30/50; no meters. Adequate water pressure with good taste. Sewer pipe is 3" threaded, about 3" above ground level. Concrete patios on most sites with aging picnic tables. Fire rings. Marginal satellite views. Free cable TV. OTA TV found 33 channels. Free Wi-Fi with marginal coverage and low bandwidth. Verizon 4G at 2 bars. No recycle bins. Noise: Distant railroad, occasional jet aircraft, some traffic, no interstate noise. Bug Report (late April): no insect issues. Runners: CG roads marginal for running. Yoga: patios are plenty big enough for your mat. Conclusion: Score 8-Upscale. CG shows a Chattanooga, TN address but is actually in Georgia. - StephenK
Jun 2018 - $1.00
Camping is free if you use the Camping World Service Department during your stay. That's the reason for the 'Value' having an Excellent rating in my review. I would not have paid to stay here. Our site was narrow, trees in area and a narrow road made it difficult to enter site. Site was mostly dirt, some gravel and very little grass. Water spigot was not two inches above ground. If I didn't have a 90 degree elbow with me I would not have been able to attach my water hose to the spigot without removing dirt from around the spigot. Water pressure was good, but within an hour of arriving water was turned off for about an hour. Picnic table was very old, weathered, warped and splintered. Campground has cable TV, with SD channels only, channels are weak and 'snowy'. No WiFi in campground, WiFi is available in Camping World store. Parts of campground heavily treed. Our site was not that heavily treed, but our satellite antenna could not 'see' any of the Dish satellites 61, 72, 77, 110, 119 and 129. There are a few sites near the Service area the might get satellite reception . Campground is mostly seasonals, quite a few RVs were dirty and visually in need of repair. Interior roads are paved, but still lots of dust. Pool was closed during our stay with no reason given. Overall campground is clean. We were only here to use the Service Department otherwise we would not stayed here. The old saying 'You get what you pay for' applies here. - ETB
Apr 2018 - $28.00
An old park but the price is right. It's used throughout the day by Camping World Sales and their service dept. It quiets down after they all go home at 4:30 p.m. We were here with out 42' 5th wheel so we had to unhook and park the truck off to the side. There is vehicle parking by the pool. The staff all seem very friendly. - JCZ
Oct 2017 - $22.00
Gravel site with cement patio, lots of trees. Full hook-ups. Lots of static/snow on cable. Many sites are used by customers that are there to have service done on their RV and in some cases service was being done in the campground. - MarkandMarty
Sites: 70 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 77 Reviews
Oct 2018 - $40.00
Next to I-75, so if placed in monthly rental section, traffic noise is terrible. Didn't sleep at all due to very busy interstate noise all night. Sites gravel. Not level. Did not use facilities so can't comment on those. No longer a Good Sam campground. Very convenient to restaurants and Chickamauga battlefield. Many apparently long term guests but that was not a problem for us. - otternebr
Sep 2018 - $35.00
Okay for an overnight stay as it is convenient off the interstate. Campground has a lot of full time campers which makes the place look trashy. Had a light that shined in camper all night. Absolutely no hot water in showers and complained twice about it. - Mri7853
Jun 2018 - $36.00
Let me start by saying we didn't spend the night here. We stopped for a quick overnight and as soon as we pulled into our spot the power went out. Nothing anybody could control, but we all knew it wasn't going to be fixed at 7:00 on a Saturday night. They quickly refunded us our money (why stay if we didn't have power) and we were on our way. Pool looked great and campground seemed nice. - RebaDee
May 2019 - $50.00
Unlevel and tight spots, very small and winding roads to get there. The spots were barely long enough for our fifth wheel, barely any wiggle room in front or behind. However, The staff was friendly and the park was clean. they accommodated us with little notice. - NonyaBiznaz
Apr 2019 - $60.00
This was our second stay at this park having stayed here 4 years ago....The park has expanded some with new sites and modernized bath facilities...Pool was not open for the season, looked like a larger patio area had been added. The park was very well maintained...A cave exploring option is available, we did not go. - ANDYO1
Oct 2018 - $50.00
The park was very nice and the people were very nice. We didn't receive our Good Sam discount because we were told that we were given the weekly rate which was better. I am not sure if we were supposed to receive both or not. We were escorted to our site and they stayed to make sure we were positioned so our slide outs would have enough room. It was very nice place to stay. - JLHickerson
Sites: 20 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 2 Reviews
Feb 2010 - $25.00
The Pros: Pet friendly, wi-fi available, great view, peaceful. The Cons: No bathroom or shower facilities any closer than the 1/4 to a 1/2 a mile walk from camping area, no public telephone, no food, beverages, or ice at location, must drive 8 miles for anything. No cable or satellite access. Management is very unprofessional (a woman running around half dressed). I was there for Valentines Day, and any respectable persons do not care for such behavior. Most residents or visitors were men, so we guessed its acceptable to most there. This park is geared for hang gliders only apparently, at least now. We were there several years ago and it had different management, public restrooms, showers, public phone, and served food at campsite area via a concessions unit. It was obvious to us they neither cared or wanted private individuals in their park. It appeared the park has many permanent residents in it, hang gliders we assumed. - Jerry & John
Jan 2007 - $69.00
A very clean, and well cared for facility! Staff was courteous, helpful and responsive. The park is nestled at the base of Lookout Mountain in a delightful rural setting. It is located next to hang gliding landing field and caters primarily to those who come for hang gliding but all are welcome. Chattanooga is an easy drive with many activities available in the area. It was fascinating watching the hang gliders being towed up for their flights or watching them glide gracefully to the ground. All the people we met during our stay were warm and friendly. I strongly recommend you consider staying at this safe and family oriented facility. - Rowbear
May 2019 - $55.00
Daily rate reflects taxes. Convenient to Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, Rock City, Ruby Falls. Our site #53 fairly level. The site next to us had their sewer hookup opposite our front door. It was empty the whole time we were there. As soon as we walked out of camper with were hit with the strong smell of urine every time. Management never came to check it or do anything to fix it. Sewer cap had been run over two sites over and we mentioned that to them also. No one came to fix. No cable, local digital channels only, never more than 10 channels, but most of the time only 3. Wi-fi on the other hand was excellent. T-mobile cell service great. - SusanandJim
Jul 2018 - $54.00
Very accommodating staff. Easy access to Chattanooga attractions. Kids activities get approval from our grandkids. ( pool, bouncing & playground). Best dog play area I have found. Sites offer lots of shade from the hot southern sun. Most sites have adequate privacy & size. The only negatives are the bright pole lighting at night & the hilly gravel roads. - Dugster
Jul 2018 - $48.00
Bathrooms are dated/need updating. Drive up to park was all uphill, twisty road. Spot 30 was a little tight and not too level. Pool was good but lots of kids (they we good, just lots of them.) Roads/sites in park are gravel, and a little tight. Park clean and grass mowed. My meter showed 114 volts, ran our AC's just fine. If you are just passing through, not the best of choices. If you want a relaxing spot off the beaten path, then probably OK. More of the $35/night park. - The World is R Oyster
May 2019 - $32.00
One of my favorite state parks. The trails are awesome and some challenging - 600 steps to the waterfalls, but not all in a row. As stated before, the East Rim campground (site 49 and above) is more open, most sites are level and big rig friendly. #55 is my favorite as it is partially shaded all day and has a "porch". Sites 56 & 57 are also have porches but sunnier. The bathhouse in the east rim should be razed. It is a disgrace to the Georgia Parks system. Stall are extremely small - not ADA compliant. The park host hoses it down so it wasn't dirty, just old and falling apart. They put a new restroom in the day use area, but no improvements in the campground. The West Rim (sites 1-48) is very forested, therefore much shadier and hilly. Some sites are not level. Some sites might be tricky for large rigs. Sites 33 & 37 are nice, #9 has a porch. There is an ADA compliant restroom in this loop. The bathhouse is old but not as bad as the one in the east rim. There is access to the rim trail and parking for it near the restroom. Sites vary, so do your best to check them out before booking. Join Friends of Georgia State Parks - membership includes state park pass and free camping nights. - On the Road again 11
Apr 2019 - $32.00
Gem of a Campground and State Park. We stayed in the East Rim campground. We drove around the West Rim Campground which was more wooded and larger with newer facilities, but we preferred the wide open feel of the East Rim, and the walking distance to the Canyon views. Park is easy to navigate for RVs and very well signed. Numerous trails throughout the area, many accessible from the Campground. Lovely views of Cloudland Canyon. Park was busier on the weekend (as is the norm) but especially empty during the week. Well stocked and staffed Park Headquarters; unfortunately there was not an interpretive Ranger on staff when we visited (soon to start, apparently) so we didn't get to take advantage of any programs. CG Host was active in keeping the space clean. East Rim Bathrooms were old, and not the most spiffy, but plenty of hot water! Grocery Store and small town amenities is a (steep) 15 minutes away at the bottom of Lookout Mountain. - Milesdowntheroad
Nov 2018 - $32.00
it was cold and rainy on our trip, but the restrooms was nice and warm Nice views of the canyon on clear days no close stores so take what you need sites was level and large, easy to set up and park. - billreedred
Oct 2015 - $40.00
We had a water site and it was not worth the $40.00 it cost . As stated before, water is a scum pond. Lots of noise in morning. A lot of long-term sites. - This Old Man
Oct 2015 - $31.00
Not sure if I should even give this park a 3. Lots of long termers that live full time. If you want to sleep in, forget it - there's motorcycles and loud trucks leaving early in the a.m. There is NO cable unless you want to make a $100 deposit for the box. And you don't pick up anything over the air.
By the time we realized the paper the office gave us didn't have a WiFi code on it, was too late for us to go to the office and ask. Couldn't call as there is NO cell signal in the park.
The restaurant is only open on Saturday nights.
This part of the lake needs attention. Green algae way out in to the water.
The putt putt course had caution tape all around it. The pool was closed. The roads are not in good shape. No picnic tables at the sites. Odd layouts for hookups. You could tell at one time this park could have been a destination with lots to do, but it's worn and thread bare now.
Be very careful driving in and leaving as the road is basically single lane with ditches right on the edge.
Why did we stay here? The park where we wanted to stay was full, and we needed to be in the area. We would not stay here again - if we needed to be in the area & could not get our preferred park, we'd stay farther away & drive more. - 3catstravel
Jul 2012 - $30.00
RV Park is set back away from traffic, very very quiet, sites are spacious, cable with zillion channels, long termers are nice, water front sites are for overnites in summer, but river view still there for other sites inside rows. Staff are excellent, Joy in particular!! Pool is nice, marinas on the river, with boat rentals and cabin rentals. I had a problem with a work contract there in Chatanooga and the manager was gracious enough to give me a refund, they didn't have to do that, but they did. Sure the geese are around but all you have to do is hose down your site, they stay on the river and come ashore to walk around. Some of the sites don't yet have the new cable connections in but the staff are in the process of completing this. All in all its a great place with mountains on each side of the marina, so cell coverage is scanty, but I had no problem with their WIFI and I was pretty far back, its an issue they try to work on constantly. I definitely will try to come back just to relax!! - Ms Mary
Apr 2019 - $18.00
We hesitated to stay here because of previous reviews. Checkin was friendly and accommodating. Our site was on the waterfront. It looked like the old bathroom facilities had been torn down and new ones were underway. There is no wi-fi here but we had good Verizon. The noise from I-24 does travel across the water but we did not find it disturbing. We would stay here again! - MsLucy
Jun 2018 - $20.00
An amazing peice of property that could have so much potential. $20 a night for electric and water for our RV. We've always wanted to stay here because it looks so pretty when driving by on I-24, but what a disappointment. The bathhouse is an embarrassment. The light doesn't work, there is trash all over the place. No door on the stall. No paper. The garbage doesn't look like it's been picked up in a week. Really sad because the property could be so lovely. - Harbinger77
May 2017 - $18.00
This campground is on a peninsula in the Nickajack Lake/Tennessee River and is a prime location for those who like to fish or kayak with boat ramps, fishing piers and boat trailer parking. I did not see a lot of geese or droppings. It has a lot of seasonal campers but the ones we met were all friendly. It also has a lot of tents especially along the water. It may be difficult to find an available site in the summer because of the seasonal campers. I was able to reserve a site by phone in May. The office for checking in is a little tricky to find due to lack of signage and is in the middle of the park up on a hill. I recommend that you go to their website (www.marioncountypark.com) and print a map of the campground so that you can see which roads to take. It appears that the people who manage the campground live in a yellow mobile home which is where you check in. The dump station is near the office. There are 2 bathhouses. The one by the office is new and has 2 personal rooms with 1 shower, 1 sink and 1 toilet. The other one is very old with only 1 shower, 1 sink and 1 toilet. There is no sewer at the campsites and not all of the sites have 50 amp. The sites looked level, pads are gravel, only a few have a picnic table. There are fire rings all over the park. You can see this campground from I-24 but the road noise did not bother us at all. It is easy to get to from I-24 exit 158 which has a Loves's Travel gas station and restaurants. There are beautiful views of the water and mountains. The list of rules says no alcoholic beverages. The only complaint that I have with this park is that it has low water pressure. - Lini
Dec 2017 - $28.00
Some of the interior roads are not big rig friendly. Last year we drove through 1 of the areas on the island that were pull through...they must only be for small campers and tents. We had to remove our ladder to squeeze past a tree. This time we knew where to go! Right on the lake, quiet & peaceful in the winter. We only saw 1 other camper in the area. The rest seem to gravitate towards the area by the entrance. Nice big playgrounds. Con is there's no sewer and some spots are uneven. - Ontheroamagain
Nov 2017 - $30.00
PROS: Beautiful lake. CONS: Excessive slope. High-crime? - Not friendly. Huge park. Not one park employee or camper said "hello". Glass window and cop car at entrance made it seem like a high-crime area. - Website said site 183 could accommodate a 57 foot motorhome. The site could barely handle a pop-up trailer. Our motorhome is 34 feet. Utilities too far away; had to extend our electric cable. - Excessive slope. We could have broken our necks getting out of the rig. - Website should be updated to show which sites are sloped before laying out 100+ dollars. - tdrager
Oct 2017 - $30.00
Great campground with numerous lakefront campsites! Pros - level sites, fishing, water activities, great scenery Cons - Not full hookup, A bit crowded and close sites, checkout is noon. - RandyP