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10 RV Parks near Huntsville, Tennessee
We did however find 10 campgrounds within 25 miles of Huntsville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Huntsville in the left hand column.
Sites: 181 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 29 Reviews
Jul 2019 - $13.00
We were only going to stay a week but decided to stay 2 weeks! This is such a well kept and beautiful park. So quiet and peaceful! Bathrooms and showers are kept very clean! Staff and hosts are very kind! - Smiles5254
Sep 2018 - $25.00
We got to campground for a 3 day stay.The road going to the campground from Oneida was interesting to say the least. It wasn't hard, but extreme curves and steep up/down hills. That being said, the campground was worth it in my opinion. Upon arrival and check-in at the ranger station gate, he gave us layout of campground and told us about visitor center across the road. It has multiple loops.It is a fairly good size campground that a larger rv/camper could maneuver in.Loop A is tents(no elect/water on sites),Loop B-D is rv/tents (elect/water), and Loop E is group camping only. We stayed in Loop C 13, which we liked a lot. Honestly, we didn't see any sites that were bad.Most sites were shaded fairly well and a decent amount of room from one another. The sites that were shorter in length had wider concrete pads so you park vehicle next to camper, unlike longer sites that you could park vehicle in front of camper.The wash houses were clean and well maintained, but a little older. There was one sewage dump station on site and was easy to use.They had a seasonal pool, volleyball court, and numerous playgrounds throughout the campground.If you are into hiking and/or horseback riding this campground is for you. They had stables across the street with a camp store also, but the store is only opened certain days of week. We hiked every day we were there and never came close to hiking all trails around it..Overall, We will would stay there again and plan too. - kycamper02
Aug 2018 - $13.00
Excellent park for both tents (loop A) and RV's (loops B-D). Swimming pool in park, but we did not use. Mostly covered forest, but some sites get more sun than others. We had some direct sun in the afternoon. The park visitor center is close with a very small camp store nearby, too. They have ice and soft drinks, but not much else. Huge motorhomes may be challenged getting to the campground from the east (hairpin turns), but from the west should be no problem. Beautiful natural area with lots of trails (arches, view of Angel Falls) and access to the Big Fork River at the Leatherwood Ford area for swimming and kayaking. Stairs and wooden walkways have been installed for walking close to the river. - bmiller-photo
Jul 2019 - $24.00
Good for an overnight stop. Very easy to find. Decent little state park. Arrived without reservations on a Sunday afternoon in mid-summer and had no trouble getting a site. Mature trees offer good shade throughout the campground. Fairly level sites on gravel. The potion of the lake/cove visible from the CG wasn't quite as scenic as I hoped for. - Flying Mantis
Aug 2017 - $24.00
Very clean campground with helpful staff and the sites aren't on top of each other. Restrooms and showers were cleaner than any state park I have stayed in, with good water pressure and plenty of hot water. I would have given a higher overall rating if the site layout for our site hadn't been weird. We stayed in a site that looks like a pull through but had three sites on it. What made it so weird was the access road was one way and the loop the three sites were on was a right turn to pull in. There wasn't enough room to go around another trailer so you really back in. The only practical way I could see to make it work was to go around the loop in the wrong direction and back in. Additionally, with the water on the opposite side of the trailer I had to run my hose under my trailer. Not a big deal just weird. - doggonerv
Aug 2017 - $27.00
Nice state park just off I-75. Nice grounds. Paved roads and gravel sites. Sites not completely level, bu leveling jacks handled it OK. Our pull-thru was a jug handle site. Very long rigs (we are 35') might have trouble navigating the entry and exit. Bathrooms are old, but clean and nice. Certainly recommended if you are in the area. Not very close to restaurants and shopping, but most state parks are not. - NC Bill
Nov 2018 - $10.00
The last time we stayed here was 10 years ago. We were glad to be back. Little had changed which is mostly good. The shower house could definitely use a makeover but they were all working and we really had no issues. We did have an issue with those #$%^&* National Park water spigots. Ours had a bad anti-siphon valve and we would not have been able to use it except there was a NP maintenance dude stopped at the host site and we walked over there. He immediately came to our site and proceeded to change out the faulty valve twice before he managed to get one that worked for us. As mentioned in other reviews you very likely will need a bungee cord or heavy zip tie to hold the water handle in the on position. The picnic tables and fire rings were new. The site was level and we had a wonderful early Fall camp and hiking experience. We'll be back. - KyDan
Sep 2017 - $17.00
Stayed here in our 21' Travel Trailer and this place was about what we expected. It is very out of the way, in the amazingly large and beautiful Big South Fork National River Recreational Area. This is one of the two main NPS campgrounds in the area and it is more out of the way and I suspect a little less maintained.
As other reviewers have stated, the facilities are a little older and in need of some TLC. Also, many of the sites don't have a lot of shade. The park was fairly full as we were there on a weekend, though no problems with noise. We reserved online and there was a sign on our site with our name saying reserved when we arrived. We got there late in the day and were there two days and never interacted with staff or camp hosts.
We did have a small issue with our 30amp breaker tripping with AC running when my wife microwaved something. We haven't ever had this issue before, so I'm not sure if there was an issue with our site's power. Site's water spigot didn't want to stay on even with the diverter pulled down. Used a bungee cord wrapped around the handle to keep the water flowing.
Overall, we would stay here again as it is cheap and in a beautiful area, this park could become a real gem with a little love. - sjeuck
May 2016 - $9.00
This park isn't for everyone, but we were here to visit the Bartel Mine (excellent tour BTW), kayak the Big South Fork and lay over a holiday weekend, somewhere without a huge hassle and lots of noise.
This fit the bill. Clean, well-patrolled by park rangers, and plenty of shade. Very nice mostly back-in and level spots with easy, accessible hook-ups. Hosts were friendly and very helpful. - kharmaquest
Feb 2010 - $20.00
As far as an RV park, the facility is not that great, actually probably the worst I've visited. Many if not most of the hookups are on the wrong side of the sites (as is the dump station). One site I looked at had the water hookup at least 30' from the gravel pad, on the opposite side of the picnic area. Many sites are extremely small and extremely slanted. I have a very small (16') camper, and I still don't think I could have leveled it on some of these sites without lifting both tires off the ground. Fortunately it was very cold when I was there, so I had the place to myself and was able to pick the best site. All that being said, there's a lot to recommend this park. The bathhouse was clean and well-maintained. The campground is on a hilltop, with pretty nice views if sparse shade. The lake and cabin area are a short walk from the campground. There's an unusual, interesting bat tower and playground inside main campground loop. Trail access from the campground is excellent, and the trail system is outstanding. If I were rating the park exclusive of the campground, I'd give it a 9 or 10. - Groenlo
Sep 2007 - $13.00
We took a 32' Motorhome and found a couple of sites we could use. However, they recommend no more than 25'. This park has hiking trails that are beautiful and a nice pool, within walking distance. The park people are very helpful. - morrison
Mar 2010 - $49.00
Third time visiting. This is not a destination campground unless your into off road 4x4's and ATV's. The sites are a simple layout at best with little room on 11ft wide gravel sites. Make sure to use your jack pads and expect concerns if you get heavy rains and driving a big rig. Most GPS's send you to the wrong exit off I-75, take exit 144 and follow signs. The campground has potential but the prices are not supported, unless your bringing your 4x4 and want trail access from the campground, then its priceless. - Mullet Republic LLC
May 2009 - $45.00
We like to ride ATV's, so this campground was perfect. Over 120,000 acres of trails!! The campground is all ATV riders, most campers were in modified cargo trailers (poor boy toy haulers) The campground was neat and clean, we had full hook ups. They also had a buffet style breakfast and dinners (it was pretty good and cheap). We plan on going back for some more fun. - kjclark
Apr 2018 - $42.00
Beautiful mountain and lake views. Campground has over 200 sites. Includes both pull through and back in sites. Pavement was in good condition but some of the limbs would scrape taller rigs. Terrain is hilly and tree limbs need to be trimmed for larger rigs but there are sites near the office that are open and have no trees. The sites are fairly close together. Some of the permanent residents occupy several sites around their campsite. There is a restaurant at the marina but I didn't eat there. - LorinKen
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Employees are friendly. Park is well managed. Club house and pool are in excellent condition. Floating restaurant has outstanding food and drinks. Kiddy playground is new. Family oriented park. - Jerry w reid
Sep 2015 - $25.00
Off I75 and in a great location with a nice lake BUT the narrow roads and hairpin curves for a 40 ft. motorhome and a toad is not for the faint hearted. Also, if you book here get directions from the manager. If you follow your gps you may never be heard from again!. The campground is in tiers--at least 3 levels with us staying in the only one we could---at the top and by the office. Sites are very narrow and need redoing. Supposedly there are new owners who plan to completely redo this park. We never saw the pool but there are lots of permanent residents down toward the lake with very untidy yards. I don't believe a motorhome of more than 32 feet could navigate the steep levels to the lower areas closer to the lake. Only 4 miles from I75 this park offers great potential and it will take great money to trim trees, widen roads, and level up these sites which are more suited to short tagalongs or pop up campers. We will not stay here again until improvements are made to accommodate a larger rig. - leciel19
Jul 2019 - $35.00
Sewer now available at all sites since last year. But, you may want to take extra sewer hose as hookup not always as close as it should be. Park is always full on holidays, make reservations early. We have been here at least once a year for past 15 years. Facilities maintenance varies year to year. This was a good year. Jellico is a small town. 1 grocery store, 1 dollar store, a few gas stations and an excellent general hardware store. - Ed Baldwin
Jun 2019 - $32.00
This is our favorite park to camp in, the grounds are always in great condition. They had a lot of rain and the sites were muddy, the inner circle is hard to park in with a big rig. One of the campers in our party had an electrical problem, the staff was able to help them out. I would normally give this park a 10 but since the site we were in had tire trenches from previous campers it was excellent. The park should consider putting down some gravel to make the sites wider towards the road. We have already booked our next visit with them but will move back to be along the lake as always before. - Stu & Gerri
Jun 2019 - $32.00
Splendid little state park! New concrete pads, super level. Lovely lake in the center with paddle boats for rent. Not sure if swimming is allowed? Used as an overnight stop. Easy access from I-75, right on the KY-TN border. - Flying Mantis
Nov 2018 - $38.00
Great place! Spacious sites with full hook-ups. Plenty of room to park your ATV toys. Camped here for several nights to ride the trails. There's an ATV trail from the campground to the General Store, or you can take the paved road to the trail head. Good gravel roads in the CG and level sites. Cabin rentals are also on the property. Super friendly folks at the office and General Store. If you don't have an ATV you can rent one here. Buy the $5 trail map because the park is huge! Campground is only a few miles away from Oak Ridge which has all the big stores (Walmart, Kroger) and lots of restaurant choices. Advance camping reservations will be needed as this park has limited sites and fills up quickly, especially on the weekends. Have fun on the trails! - Flying Mantis
Aug 2017 - $38.00
This is a great place to stay if your wanting to ride off road vehicles from your site into the Wind Rock OHV park. Grounds are clean but there is no shade unless your in a tent spot. Good water, electric and sewer hook ups. Grave pad with concrete patio. Friendly staff. The bath house needs AC was always very hot and humid inside. - DS650
Mar 2017 - $38.00
This is a park set up for and catering to ATV riders. Some prefer to ride during the day, and some at night. There is noise from ATVs at all hours but it wasn't overwhelming. You will need to purchase trail passes as well. Security checks you daily for passes & ensure you don't have alcohol in your coolers on the trails. Site A1 was slightly unlevel and required multiple blocks front and drivers sides - I noticed most TT, 5th wheels or MoHo used multiple blocks to level around the park. ALL that being said, if you're going riding, this is the place to stay. Plenty of room for 36' MoHo towing ATV trailer. Sites have plenty of space between them for additional tent canopy even with 4 slides out. Each site has a concrete pad next to gravel parking place with new picnic table and metal fire ring (with grill that you can use or swing out of the way). At the front of each site is an enclosed trash can. Excellent water pressure and solid 50 amp power. Park was approx 75% full while we were there. They also rent cabins if you have family that wants to stay and ride with you. Check-in was quick and easy. Firewood delivery available and was plentiful. Bath house available but we didn't use. General Store open 8:30-5:30 is well-stocked, catering to the riding crowd. Fuel station is open 24 hours. Note: the access road to the campground is steep and twisty - we stayed in 1st gear the entire time. Also, don't follow your phone directions that tell you to turn at the light and wind through the neighborhood. Turn on Windrock Rd then Windrock Park Lane and follow signs to Campground. - TNBlondie