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5 RV Parks near Atoka, Tennessee
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Atoka. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Atoka in the left hand column.
Jun 2019 - $27.00
Grassy views, trees. Our site was right next to the bathroom door. Bigger than most sites. We were parked on concrete. More like camping in a parking lot. There are other sites at this park which are more "camp-like". Good clean power, sewer connection was way too far back in the site. We had to back our RV completely back to the edge of the drop off to dump our tanks. Sites were extremely close together. We were able to park our tow vehicle in the parking spaces across from the RV sites. Next time we will park "head-in" to enjoy the view of the grassy fields instead of the view of parked cars & street. Nice lakes with fishing docks (we didn't fish). No wi-fi :( 4G Verizon was great. Bathrooms were hot with no A/C or ventilation. Entrance is located near golf course, not through the base as some GPS units will direct you. Low branches on road into park through rural residential area. Convenient for family visit. Very quiet and safe. Park "head-in" if you can and have long enough hoses/power cords for the view. Bring your fishing poles! Find the entrance road near the golf course for easy navigation. - LizzyWA
Jul 2017 - $24.00
Very small RV park. It's an older park, so don't expect updated amenities. We have a 43' fifth wheel with 4 slides and it was a great little site for us, except that we couldn't put out our awnings when we had a neighbor one day. The bathhouse is older, but very well maintained. Laundry room had two washers/two dryers. They worked well, and THEY ARE FREE! The lake is really pretty, and they had paddle boats and kayaks available to rent for a really low fee. The owners were super nice. For GPS, use 6344 Kerrville-Rosemark Road to take you straight in; otherwise you'll end up on the other side of the lake at the railroad tracks. You'll be close to the airport, which is a plus or a minus depending on your outlook. - DaBlairs
Jun 2018 - $21.00
This was a wonderful place to stay. We had trouble with the breaker popping. We mentioned it to camp host late afternoon and MWR was there next morning to replace breaker. Very tight entrance. If towing a vehicle, I would recommend disconnecting prior to entering the base. We chose our site and went to office MWR (not on property) paid and then brought in our RV. Very tight getting into base. We would stay there again, plenty of space between spots and surrounded by woods on three sides. On Friday night we even saw about 10 deer romping around in an open field! - Barbara Wimer
May 2018 - $21.00
This park is laid out like 3 wagon wheels and, as a result, has plenty of room. No crowding at all. It is surrounded on 3 sides by woods allowing for quiet and privacy. Each pad is concrete and wide enough for a small patio and walkway. The roads and circular area in the center of the wagon wheel are all asphalt. The parking for your tow vehicle or toad is great! Again, because of the wagon wheel configuration, you have excessive parking area in front of the RV without being in anybody's way. Each site has full hookup and most have open sky for great satellite reception. There are also sites with shade trees. There is free laundry - nice and clean with a TV, desk, couch, chair, etc. in the room for comfort. That is also where the showers are. My husband said the men's shower wasn't too clean. The park is located just behind the commissary - within walking distance. The Exchange is nearby; it's a nice base. This has been a great RV park to spend the last 12 days and we wouldn't hesitate to come back. - jomark
Apr 2018 - $21.00
Several cul-de-sacs (8 sites in each) make up the park, all back-in sites, and plenty of room to maneuver into your site, no matter which one you pick (you do not reserve a site number, you just choose an empty one). We also had a rental car for our stay and had room for our tow vehicle and the rental at our site. can't beat free laundry. restroom/shower was clean, but old and needed attention immediately - soft spots in the floor, the bathroom door fell off the hinges when I closed it. I was sweating the barriers at the gate getting on and off base, but taking it very slow was the way to go. We plan to come back later in the year, and won't hesitate to stay here. - DaBlairs
Jun 2019 - $25.00
First and foremost this park is great if you like being surrounded by nature and the park itself is massive, it takes about 20 minutes to get from one end to another through winding roads. It is very quiet and our site had plenty of room. Sites are asphalt and decently level. Campsite was clean and there are a fair amount of hiking trails. These are the downsides: - NO cell service, at least with AT&T or T-Mobile. - The biggest horseflies I have ever seen. However these do go away at night. - Tons of small no see-ems, that just fly around and annoy you (mainly the men). However these do go away at night. - TONS of Poison Ivy. We started to hike but stopped because the trails were not cut well, very narrow, and the poison ivy was at lest 3-4 feet tall on either side. There was also a lot of it in and around our campsite, be wary and careful especially with little ones and animals. - There was also some type of sap that fell from the tree next to our camper every night that made it and our toad all sticky. - It is a bit further outside of Memphis than other parks but it was a quick 15-20 minute drive to the Zoo, Autozone Ball Park, Art Museum, Beale Street, and Bass Pro. Most of the places that we went to were on the north side of the city, if you plan to visit Graceland it will be a much longer drive. - Minimal OTA stations. Use your GPS until you get off the highway then follow the signs, otherwise you will end up at the south end of the park and it is a long twisty park road to get to the campground. Right before you make a right turn at the general store there is a stop sign that is almost completely covered by a tree, I saw it at the last second and there was no way I was getting a 32' Class C and Toad stopped in time. - Ian B
Jul 2017 - $18.00
First of all, there are two types of campers. Those who camp and those who "tour." If you are of the latter, then this probably isn't the campground for you. If, however, you like "woodsy" outdoor rather primitive camping, then this is probably just down your alley.
It rained just before we arrived and the heavily wooded area held humidity like a rain forest (which mosquitoes love). The campsites are ample but not much room to roam around the camper, and many sites would not accommodate both slides and awnings. Paved portion accommodated the camper, tow vehicle and not much else. Side patio was black dirt and stayed moist/wet. There was a small concrete patio to the rear with picnic table, fire ring, also a grill. It is, however, well maintained, clean and quiet. Can't beat the price.
Hard to find even with GPS, and the roads to it (about 12 miles from Hwy 81) are narrow and curvy. We stayed over the fourth of July weekend and campground was only about 50% occupied. We counted 11 RV's and 12 tents. We have family in Atoka and this is the closest CG to them. We will probably stay here again but not in June/July/August. Fall would probably be nice. - hughdogg6
May 2017 - $24.00
The park itself was lovely. Spots were a little small, but we don't need much room. The hiking was great, and the service at the guest centers was wonderful. Disc golf was nice, and the campsite was clean. Our only complaint was the restroom. The stalls in the ladies room had no locks on them, so you had to hope no one tried your door. I was walked in on twice. They weren't clean and they were super hot. Not a fan. - Cschmied
May 2019 - $29.00
As mentioned in other reviews, this campground is a few sites in the middle of a trailer park. The park is quiet and safe and pretty well maintained. There are a few trailers that look suspicious, but generally it is a nice place. We stopped for the night. The Mississippi had flooded the campground where we had stayed before in Memphis, so we tried this one. It was fine. Nothing special. - ShoreXplorers
Oct 2018 - $26.00
Good overnight park. We stayed one night in our 36’ motor home. All sites are pull through sites, gravel but level. This is in the middle of a Mobile home park but does offer showers, pool and washer/dryers. We did not use any of these since we were staying overnight. - Cynlruss
Oct 2018 - $26.00
As stated in a previous review, this place is in the middle of a mobile home community. It’s a really quiet place. Nothing exciting, but just fine for an overnight stay. We would stay here again. - Clint's Travels
Jul 2019 - $40.00
If you're the type of camper that enjoys the ability to literally step out your door and be able to reach out and touch your neighbor's slide-out - then this is the park for you! The sites here, to call them narrow, would be a colossal understatement. Plus we had the unfortunate luck of having another guest parked beside us who felt free to park their vehicle behind my camper, without even asking. Plus they stayed up long hours chatting it up and smoking like chimneys from 6am to midnight. This RV park is not even good for a quick overnight stay. I would avoid it and we will surely never return. - Sheridan28
Jul 2019 - $35.00
Like someone else said, this is a trailer park. It’s nearly impossible to get a spot here due to the permanent residents. There is a 60 day maximum stay. The residents leave for a day and then come back with another 60 day reservation. It’s too bad. There is a nice park and a lot of restaurants nearby. It would be nice if someone would open a real RV park in this area. - Busdrvr
May 2019 - $35.00
Let's just call it what it is - a trailer park. At least 1/3 of the campers here haven't moved in years. The fiver next to us had a tag which expired 4 years ago and was covered in mold. Sadly when the roads were paved they didn't add additional gravel to the sites so in many places a pond forms on the lower end of the site when it rains. When checking in I begged for another site because the entire left side was a mudhole which I had to walk through to hookup utilities. The layout of this trailer park is unlike any we have ever stayed in. There are two campers per spot parked in opposite directions. Generally nobody can put out awnings because it is so tight if another rig is next to you. There are only one or two sites with trees which might provide a little shade but in the summer 99% of this place is roasting. On a positive note satellite reception is wonderful! This could be a really nice campground if you cut out half the spots, added some gravel and planted some trees. - Jeff Smith