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7 RV Parks near Columbia, Tennessee
Mar 2018 - $30.00
This is an old campground. A lot of mud. 100% monthly rentals. Open year round. Pool has not worked in years and appears to be no plans to fix it. Quiet. Pretty setting in trees. Unfortunately almost impossible to get a site. Very high demand so looooong waiting list. Sites are spacious. Stayed two months. - traveler7576
Aug 2016 - $30.00
More of a trailer park than a RV resort. Stayed in August and pool was being repaired and had been for months. Water pressure is poor, can't take a shower if your neighbor is. Playground is from the 70's and no entertainment. Not even during Mule Week. Staff was friendly. Neighbors watch every move so nothing will be stolen. - Dyna
May 2016 - $30.00
Wow, this campground has gone through many positive changes this year. Very clean and well maintained grounds. Bathrooms always kept fresh. Only clean, mostly brand new high dollar rigs here. Look forward to seeing this place progress and improve even further. Staff was friendly and had their stuff together. Will be returning soon. - Rv fan
Apr 2010 - $20.00
This is a quiet out of the way park.. But not quite what I expected. The website made it look like a busy equestrian park.. I expected to see campers with horses.. but there were none. It's a good idea but wasn't working. This place was just okay.. No cable, no over the air tv, no Sat tv because of the overhead trees. If you are going to Columbia, TN I would not stay again as it was to far away. On the web site I should have noticed the following: "Photos are indicative of the area, not necessarily what you will see at the park." and "Large graveled semi-level lots." What the website didn't show is exactly what this place is like. I felt safe in this out of the way park but other than that.. I can't say anything else. - Dom A.
Jul 2019 - $36.00
First time to stay here but for sure not the last. We had a long gravel site that was fairly level. All hook-ups were placed in good locations for us. Cable had a limit amount of channels but we were visiting family anyway. The Wi-Fi was better that most places we stay so very positive. We will return in the near future. - bigdaddy and bigmama
Jun 2019 - $35.00
Nice campground right off the interstate. There was road noise but not too bad inside RV. Layout was good. We didn't have neighbors during our stay but I could see where it would've been a bit cumbersome. Pleasant people and nice doggie area. Very well maintained. Only downside was the check-in took wayyyyy too long. Not fun when you've been on the road all day long. Take note: DO NOT park on the grass, walk on the grass, lay a rug on the grass, sit a chair on the grass. STAY OFF the grass. Or the camp Po Po will come for you. - freedmskr
Jun 2019 - $32.00
We enjoy this park and stay here anytime we are in the area to visit friends and family. - you-me-thedog-andcat
May 2019 - $28.00
We stayed here several night waiting on a grand baby to come. It was a great location for us. Very easy to get to from the interstate. The hosts were very knowledgeable and welcoming.
The website was very accurate in describing the level vs slight incline of the site.
The office staff were great in helping us move reservations around to different sites. This park is very popular, make reservations ahead of time if you want to stay, especially on a weekend!
If you have children, the playground is good in the park and another near their office. Our 2&4 year olds enjoyed the Storybook walk, owl and hawk that they have in a pen.
Only negative, don’t tow your dingy from the office. The roads have some trees near them.
Don’t expect antennae tv or Satellite. - Msu jg
May 2019 - $32.00
Beautiful park with shaded, spacious sites with water and electric. Restrooms were clean. The only complaint was the showers had shower heads that did not move and were against the wall making it difficult to shower. The trails were easy and well marked. They have an Inn and Restaurant across the street from the camping area. Hours of the restaurant were limited during the week - 11-2. We were there before Memorial Day weekend so they may change. The pool was also closed the week before Memorial Day but looked very nice and refreshing. Nashville is about an hour from the park and Jack Daniel's Distillery was about 45 minutes away. - MarcyB
May 2019 - $32.00
We really like Henry Horton. We stay here every year right after school lets out. The camp hosts are always very friendly and approachable! They were super-willing to help out any time. The sites are all very shaded and spacious. Especially 13-25. They are all on asphalt. The bathhouses are very well kept and up to date. The camp store is small but is very well equipped with things a camper may have forgotten...or trinkets a camper might want for fun. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. The trails are nice and easy to take. Deer and turkey are everywhere. - Tennessee Teacher Camper
May 2018 - $40.00
Great disappointment. Good Sam's rating (appeal = 8) is way overstated. Entry sign says a "resort" - they offer nothing. The owner wouldn't even share the wifi password. We asked for a 30 amp site ($30); couldn't get into it - so upgraded to 50 amps for ($40). They couldn't deliver so we paid. Trees hung over the road to scratch your unit. Sites were unlevel. - TuckerTucker
Apr 2018 - $40.00
The campground office was located in the restaurant at the front of the property, which smelled wonderful by the way. Check in was quick and friendly, led us to our "site". It was just a spot in the grass. There were some gravel-dirt type spots as well. You can see the Trace from the park. The "grass" needed mowed. It was FHU, however... was at the back of the "site". We backed up to a FEMA style permanent trailer, rental? We couldn't reach the sewer. The sewer hose was next to the rental. The 50 amp plug was at the front. We backed in far enough where our '32 fifth wheel could fit without unhooking. There was no way we could have hooked up all services. We used our '30 extension for power. The water was literally in a hole (some type of connection box stuffed with insulation) in the ground, about '35 from our coach. The road was close, but didn't bother us. Bottom line, if the rate was in the $25 range, we would have expected the more "camp" feel... the $40 price should have included some upkeep. The camp ground host site was very junky. Ultimately, we felt safe and was very convenient, but just way over-priced. We won't return. - Texanmark
Nov 2017 - $40.00
We have come here since 2015 because we visit with faily in nearby Duck River twice a year. Over the years, this campground has steadily improved. It is a campground and not to be confused with a resort. The facilities are basic but well kept. For the past 2 years they employ a camp host who assists with getting you to your site. They have 4 50A sites and 6 pull-throughs. We travel in a 45ft motorhome towing a 25ft trailer. Easy in and out for us. The remaining sites are back-ins/pull-ins. Some sites are occupied by workers staying in 5th wheels, working on nearby construction projects. Campground very quiet at at night even though it is adjacent to the highway AND the entrance to the Natchez Trace Parkway. The on-site restaurant is open Thursdays-Sundays serving country style dishes. I did have the BBQ baby back ribs the last night we were there. Delicious. There is a 1 mile walking trail on site as well as a creek with fresh, clean water. We will come back here for sure. The sites are faily level with gravel and hardpack mixes. - Olivia Las Vegas
Jun 2019 - $25.00
The host was nice and friendly, but I was a bit disappointed by the condition of the park. Several long term residents have accumulated yard art (junk), other have storage buildings and appliances sitting outside. Power was a real issue and it was only in the mid 80's the days I was there. Constantly fluctuating low voltage kept shutting down my system. I probably wont be staying there again. Fix the power and kick out the people that are living there permanently making it trashy. - OldDude
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Looks a lot better on the website. They have no one available in their office. The bathrooms are nice and big but very unclean. The showers look moldy and the toilets aren't clean. They have a laundry room on site but it'very dusty, hot, and floors are filthy. - Simple living
Jun 2016 - $35.00
This park is now called Heritage Campground and RV Park. Most of the sites were taken up by workers. This place looks good on the web site, but is in need of much work, it has a lot of potential, but is sadly lacking on completion of projects started. The power was good as was the water quality. The water hook up is in a box at ground level. The sewer hook up was acceptable. If you look at the photos at the redirected website, it looks like two rows of sites..there is only one, the "back" row has no hookups and sewer pipes were laying around on the ground. It is definitely not worth the price charged per night. - Teacher's Pet
Sites: 32 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 30 Reviews
May 2019 - $1.00
Its hard to beat free. Very pleasant wooded (lots of shade) campground. Generous site spacing but clear lines of sight. Picnic table, fire ring. Some sites more level than others. Several pull-thrus for those that like most are probably just there for the night - curved off the road not, too tight for anything but maybe the biggest rigs. Asphalt roads and sites - some leveler than others. If cruising through checking it out there are two loops to pick from. We grabbed one of the sites on the first loop thinking we were about to head back out and later found there were several we liked better on the 2d loop. Met the hosts - good people. Had Verizon voice and marginal data without pulling out the amplifier/antenna. If they'd put in a dump I'd give it a 10. - fulltimer121
Oct 2017 - $1.00
This National Park Service campground is at mile 385.9 on the Natchez Trace Parkway. A previous reviewer noted a detour on the Parkway north of this campground; we encountered no such detour, only beautiful roads. This is a shaded, well-treed campground, so no satellite for DirecTV was possible. We had very weak Verizon signal; with our booster and outside antenna we could get voice and slow data. I would not call this a big-rig campground as the internal roads and sites are fairly narrow. The internal roads and sites are paved. Some of the sites are fairly level, but others have quite a bit of slope. The sites are well separated but there is little vegetation for visual privacy. Generators can, and were, run anytime between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. There are no hookups and there is no dump station, but there is a water spigot available for filling fresh water tanks. There was a site with a trailer for a camp host, but there was never anyone present. In fact, we saw no official presence at all during our four day visit. Most people seemed to stay one or two nights, but one site was taken by a long-term camper. As noted, the campground is free and, although there is a 14-day limit, no one was around to enforce that limit. We enjoyed our stay at this lovely campground and would stay again if in the area. - TheJim
May 2017 - $1.00
What a gorgeous FREE place to stay! Sites are large and pretty level. Fire ring and picnic table. Beautiful, quiet surroundings. And Natchez Trace is a superior park. Gravel sites. Easy enough to maneuver our 30 foot trailer with 21 foot tow vehicle. Pretty sparse for campers. This is the largest and best campground on the trace. No hookups or dump station but who cares when you have this great ambiance! - arizona drifters