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15 RV Parks near Dayton, Tennessee
Aug 2019 - $58.00
Super nice location at the waterfront, little walk to the pool, super friendly staff - Oliver Rumpf-Steppat
Jul 2019 - $59.00
Stayed 4 nights on lakefront site. The lake is beautiful. The campground was full On the weekend and many campers brought their boats as this lake is one of the top lakes for bass fishing. The dog park is not finished and if you want to utilize the pool you will need to rent a golf cart or bring your own or drive. There is not much shade on the lakefront sites so the afternoons were hot but it is July. - Schnoodle_Mom
Aug 2018 - $49.00
Nice park, located on the Chickamauga Lake in SE TN. All of the sites are back in, but we did not have a problem getting our 34' MH into the spot. We had a premium lakefront spot. The park also has cabins for rent. Nice pool and a nice catch and release stocked fishing pond. There is a camp store. Very nice people running the place. Road into the park is kind of narrow. We will definitely visit again. - stormmuzac
Mar 2018 - $10.00
We stayed for 2 months. We had cable wifi which was great. We had no problems with water, sewer or electric. Well, we did have a power outage but it was due to weather. The owner was prompt when it came time to pay the rent. A month was $350. Currently, they are adding a camp store with basic groceries, fishing bait and a snack bar. - campground survey
May 2017 - $25.00
RV Park sites were very level. Clean RV Park. The owners are very nice and very helpful. Laundry faculty was very clean.
Very peaceful and close to I-40 and I-75.
Nice picnic shelter with grills.
No shower house but the owners said they were renovating the building on the property and would have one soon.
We really liked our site, had lots of shade and a nice rock fire pit.
There was a laundry facility there and was very clean and kept up. - PJ_1962
May 2019 - $30.00
Quite and beautiful views. Easy to find when we came in later than expected. Super clean shower house and gracious host. Will make this a stop again soon. - stormpatrol
Jun 2018 - $28.00
Had a great time, the park is small but spacious, we had shade trees and a large camping spot for our popup. The grand kids really enjoyed fishing and swimming, the swimming area is great for small children. The lake view was awesome. Everyone was welcome there; tents, popups and RVs. Just a great place to take your family for some outdoor fun. Hopefully we will be able to go camping there again. It is a kid friendly place. :) Swimming, fishing, and boating. Also a playground for the little ones. - jaspa
Oct 2017 - $25.00
Campground is concessionaire operated. Owned by TVA (TN Valley Authority). Lakeside sites (Watts Barr, I think), grassy and spacious. Cell service was spotty. 10 miles or so off of hwy 68. Quiet, shady. Couldn't make satellite work from our site, did get several stations with antenna. Swim beach in day use area. Dump station convenient. - abqnm
Sites: 160 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 1 Reviews
May 2019 - $27.00
Follow website directions, not GPS. The camp is full of Airstream trailers and motorhomes enclosed in high overhead garage/barn type structures. Some visitor sites with no enclosures at all (recommended). I was assigned a vacant structure site that was up for sale, so you were effectively in a barn the whole time - could only see out of front and back windows. Had to use lights. No cell phone service and only camp stone-age Internet - enough for emails. Seniors on golf carts roam the camp. Two washers, two dryers with a signup board. Large rec room, media room. Heavy ticks and fleas (May 2019) for pets. It was an interesting experience, but would not do it again. - Bill Kelly
Aug 2017 - $27.00
Seasonals have taken over. 3 or 4 very poor slots available. Gravel spots are overgrown, the pedestals falling over. cable connections don't work cable laying on the grounds. A lawnmower has not seen this area in quite some time. Electrical wavered a bit as the night went on. Sites are very short. The 'owners' no longer staff the office. Someone drops in late in the day. Pool is closed (even in season). I am sorry to say this place is darn near gone. NO 50amp or sewer in overnighter area. - Mushroom
Oct 2014 - $15.00
We have stayed here for a month every year for the past 4 years but this year will probably be our last. The campground is for sale and maintenance is being ignored. Most of the pull-through sites have power and cable issues and are very tightly packed. The grass was about 6 inches tall when we arrived and no one cut any of the sites for the whole month we were there. Fire ants are everywhere. The host are not friendly but this is nothing new for this park. This park is fine for an overnight visit and easy to get around in, although a little hard to find behind Krystal's. - dandg
Sep 2014 - $24.00
This property is up for sale. The facilities are getting run down and shabby looking. Hookups are needing updating and repair in some instances but nothing much is being done. The pull-through sites are barely long enough for a 40' coach and small toad and are crammed together with your neighbor's sewer hose next to your picnic table. Trees between sites make slide deployment iffy. Other than a quick overnight, don't bother. - lllkrob
Aug 2019 - $36.00
Stayed here 2 nights in a 26 foot TT at site 20. All sites are pull thru and gravel with full hookups with grass on each side of gravel. Call for directions and use old TN -111 highway. Beautiful view of the Lake/pond. Nice dog walking area near lake/pond. Site 28 has best view of lake/pond. Good access to showers and bathrooms. Bathrooms are amazing as each one is a totally complete private entity. Open the door and each one contains a big modern shower (with pretty shower curtains), a toilet and a sink. Also there is a handicap one that is very handicap safe. The laundry room has many newer appliances and open 24/7. All spotlessly clean. On our 4 week trip consisting of 14 RV parks, most all the campers at the 13 other parks had very large RVs or 5th wheelers as compared to our 26 foot TT; This park was the only one on our trip that had some smaller travel trailers; pop-ups, etc. The reason has to be the wonderful private bathrooms and laundry. Free wi-fi and excellent price at $36. Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence for 2017. - greensgirl46
Jul 2019 - $33.00
This is a hidden gem. Great Campground, very quiet and relaxing. Level full hookup sites. Staff/owners were very friendly and helpful. We are considering a return trip in the future. - JRS950
Jun 2019 - $25.00
This campground is a bit off the beaten path, which is why we loved it. No highway traffic noise. The most clean and quiet campground we've ever stayed. The sites are close together, which is something we try to avoid when choosing a campground, but it wasn't an issue this trip. We thoroughly enjoyed our short stay and would definitely return. - cibergenie
Aug 2019 - $10.00
.Friendly staff, clean restrooms and laundry area. Park clean until trash cans overloaded. Trash cans at every few sites, but either need more or need to empty more often. Sites very close. No camp fires at individual sites unless you have you own container for it. Some broken sewer lines emitting sewer gases. Exposed underground wires in creek bed were children play. Lot of run down equipment. Few amenities - ice and gas tanks available at office; Group friendly (we had 35 - three back in sites and 2 tent sites); use of pavilion, fire pit, grills, and recreation room included propane and fire wood for use at no extra cost. Access to private lake area down the way for $5 per camp site for the week. - Donulus
Jul 2018 - $12.00
Nice isolated small park with managers that exceed being friendly and helpful. No tv on regular antenna but made for a more relaxed stay. Would highly recommend this Park! - Fenske
Jun 2018 - $15.00
I am a repeat visitor to Breckenridge RV, and find that every year the facilities are improved, new features such as an off leash dog park, 2 new commercial washers and dryers (with a third pair expected within a month) and a new trail in the woods, which is thus far untried by me because of the rain. The owner/managers have a fetish about keeping the bath houses clean. We always look forward to our visit to Breckenridge/Crossville because there is always a new restaurant or two to be tested. - cdrfred
Jun 2019 - $35.00
This is our third stay at this campground that we just love. This time we stopped by at the last minute, and still had a great stay. Our site was not waterfront, but was on a hill. So we looked over the top of the waterfronters across the street to the see the lovely lake. There were still plenty of access points for swimming, swimming the dog and launching our kayaks. The folks who run the campground are so kind, thoughtful and helpful. We are already planning our next trip back. - ShoreXplorers
Apr 2019 - $35.00
This seems to be a TVA campground which is leased to a private management company. The couple who manage the park are very nice. While this campground is in a beautiful location, TVA doesn’t do a great job laying out their campgrounds. There is a wide variety of sites, many are lake front or lake view. The campground roads and sites are well maintained gravel. Some sites have significant slopes, front to back. Many of the sites are metered for monthly or seasonal stays. Restrooms are older, well maintained buildings which are open at the top to the elements which makes it tough to shower if cooler or windy. The power and water hookups worked well, and the dump station was easy to use as you exit. Watts Bar Lake is very large and the campground has a launching ramp, boat docks, and boat rentals. There is firewood (large amount for $10) and propane for sale at the small camp store. - linnemj
Sep 2018 - $35.00
We stayed at the fabulous campground in August 2017 for the eclipse and vowed to return to camp with our daughter and her young family, who live nearby. So we did a year later! Our campsite was right on the water. Since it was early September the campground was almost empty during the week, and very sedate during the weekend. Our campsite was right on the water. We saw a bald eagle fishing and king fishers zooming about. We had a resident heron on an island across the water who we watched all day, and a friendly wren who hopped around our campsite. It was calm and peaceful, even on a rainy evening. We kayaked and swam right off of our campsite, though we could have gone to the nearby swimming area had we wanted. The campground provides water and electricity. For $20, an attendant will come with his Honey Wagon and drain your holding tanks. Since we had a bunch of family members sharing our campsite in a tent, we saw a lot of him. They charge $10 for each night a tent shares your campsite. After Labor Day, if you stay for 7 nights, the last two nights are free. I almost don't want to rave too much about this lovely place. If you like beautiful scenery, access to water for sports and bird watching, and uncomplicated camping, this is the spot for you. - ShoreXplorers
Jul 2019 - $32.00
This is an awesome park! We stayed 5 nights (Sunday through Thursday) and loved it. The campground was mostly full even during the week, but didn’t feel too crowded. Our site, B97, was roomy and level. We drove the scenic loop to see waterfalls, hiked several trails, did the Junior ropes course with our daughter, swam at the pool, rode bikes in the campground and spent some time relaxing. The only down sides I saw were the WiFi (you had to pay for it) and there weren’t very many ranger-led programs. We did go to one program in Loop A, and it was very noisy over there (so don’t stay there if you want a quiet site). This park is definitely worth it! - JeniLynne
Jun 2019 - $25.00
This was a great park, my family had a blast. The park itself is very beautiful and the facilities were well taken care off, my daughter said that the only facility downside was the nature center as "I had hoped for more" but other than that no complaints. Other than that they has a well stocked general store as well as a souvenir shop. Plenty to do from, hiking, fishing, swimming (fresh water swimming holes or pool), wadding around in the creek, ropes adventure course, to just hanging out. It is a very large campground but once we were tucked back into our site we never felt overly crowded. My biggest, and pretty much only, complaint was the levelness of the site. The TN State Park website has it listed as a "slight incline" but as you can see I had every leveler I owned and it was still not enough. We were in Campground B and there was a gray water discharge station in the middle of the campground so you did not have to drag you portable tank all the way to the big dump station. The bathhouses are not the newest but the staff does it best to keep the as clean as possible. What I really loved was the trash cans at each site and these were emptied daily. No cell service at all on AT&T and T-Mobile. Park does have free wi-fi the is okay, you can pay if you want a faster speed. If you have a big rig stay in Campground A or B as a C and part of D are tight. Also avoid the cul-de-sac's if possible as they are very small and would take to some to turn a big rig around. I would return to Fall Creek Falls in a heartbeat but would just remember to bring some more 2x4's to assist in the leveling. The ropes adventure course is great, once they show you how to use the gear it is all self paced. - Ian B
Jun 2019 - $32.00
We stayed here less than a year ago, but wanted to do another review since this was the first time we were here 'in season.' This really is our favorite TN state park. Quite large with lots to do, beautiful landscape, and lots of ranger-led activities. We played on the playgrounds, went for a hike, rented a boat and fished on the lake, relaxed to a bluegrass band, rode bikes in the campground, and just had a big time. The two biggest negatives are the crowds on the weekends, and the unlevel campsites. Our site was quite private, but required 4 inches of lift on the door side, and the trailer tongue being all the way down, which made the outdoor kitchen almost useless. But, we'll be back next Summer because these inconveniences are trivial compared to everything else the park has to offer. The camp general store has a decent selection of food, drinks and supplies, but bring your own because there are no other stores around. Pool snack bar has fast food, ice cream and local craft beer. Bring your own battery and trolling motor so you can rent a boat and fish the beautiful lake. - VolFan9183