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14 RV Parks near Pall Mall, Tennessee
Jun 2018 - $30.00
We stayed for 10 days. We have stayed here numerous times over that last 3 years. Some of our stays were for as much as 3 months at a time. Great campground the new owners as well as the old ones are all great to work with and very friendly. This is the place to stay when visiting the area. - Dana61704
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Small but very nice campground. Owners live onsite and were very helpful and accommadating. We booked in Dec under the previous owner who never passed on our reservation to the new owner. Luckily he had room and honored the booking. Site was level and well maintained. Services worked great, wifi and cable included. Very little shade but it was cooler during the day so no problem. Close to main road but very little road noise. Would stay again. Only issue could be the roads coming in and out, kind of narrow. - John Borajkiewicz
Sep 2017 - $30.00
This is a really well run campground, very tidy. Best WiFi connection I've seen at a campground. The owner met us even though it was 8:30pm and led us to our site. Very easy to work with, everything in good shape. Would definitely stay here again. I will say the back in sites were a little tight for our 30' trailer and full length truck. - joshjack
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
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Obey is located on Dale Hollow Lake only minutes south of Byrdstown TN on Tennessee Highway 111. All interior roads are paved, some sites are paved (19), all have picnic table and fire pit. 86 sites have water and electric. There is a dump station but some maneuvering is required.
We stayed in site 73 which was a pull in. It is directly on the lake with a great view next to the boat ramp . I would bet the ramp is busy during the summer. The grass needed mowing and our fire pit wasn't clean. Not the usual COE maintenance we have experienced. - Tom and Patty
Jul 2008 - $22.00
Nice, quiet cg with good management. - abn
Sites: 181 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 28 Reviews
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
Nov 2017 - $11.00
Peaceful and quiet park, electric/water only (some 50A), direct access to hiking trails and short drive to many more. We stayed in sight B11 and were able to lock on to satellite from our rooftop system from this site.
Park entry is from Leatherwood Rd and I cannot stress strongly enough that big rigs should approach along a west to east route from Jamestown. Do not attempt to take the route from Oneida to the campground unless you just want to test your skills on off camber switchbacks with close rock outcroppings. I am not saying it can't be done as I am sure many frequent users know the proper line to take to navigate it. If you are visiting for the first time in a 40 foot plus rig arriving at dusk in the rain, heed my advice.
We stayed a week and had one of the three loops to ourselves. I am not a horse person, but this place is set up well for that. We bought firewood from the park's self-serve near horse barn #4. The leaves were changing the first week of November and it was a beautiful place. Recommend to wear bright colors if hiking this time of year as hunters are in the woods. - Gpndavid
Jun 2018 - $27.00
Great park, friendly staff. Popular park, with reason, the lake is beautiful and great for swimming/kayaking/fishing. - PaJa
Jun 2018 - $27.00
My daughter and I stayed here for two nights for a mother-daughter weekend. We loved this campground. The roads right before you get to the campground contain some very tight turns and are narrow, so make sure to take your time! Once there, though, we just loved this campground. We were within a quick walk to the beach area and did lots of swimming (make sure to wear water shoes, the ground under the water was very rocky and not great for bare feet), and we did visit the bathrooms a few times and they were clean and nice. The showers, though we didn't use them, looked very nice! Our spot was roomy and easy to back into. We had water and electric hookups at our campsite and there was a dump station at the campground that we used. The hosts were super friendly as well! We had a great time at this campground! - The Glamper Campers
Jun 2009 - $12.00
We had a beautiful waterfront site, with water & electric, as many are. The bathrooms & showers were clean & funtional. The roads into this out of the way park, are an experience in themselves, but no problem if you take your time, many hairpin curves, just watch out for the Crazy garbage truck driver, who nearly took us out on one of the 15 mph turns at over 50. This park should be rated at 10, but because the folks that have the current contract aren't real big on grounds maintenance, grass hasn't been mowed for at least 3-4 weeks, great for ticks & chiggers, also don't seem to be up on rules enforcement, as we observed teenagers swimming in unautorized areas, dogs not only Not on a 6 ft. leash, (one was on a 20ft leash), but also watched the attendant drive by one man with his dog not on a leash at all, and just wave at him. - bukhrn
Jun 2018 - $23.00
Stayed midweek the 3rd week of June. Camp ground was not half full. Most of the FHU sites were taken. Restrooms and showers were clean and had good pressure and hot water. All utilities at the site were fine. Sites do share water, so make sure you have extra hose. It seems that at KY State Park CG, the odd # sites are the ones with the water on the wrong side and you will need extra hose. The grass area in the center of the loop is used for boat and extra vehicle parking. Kids enjoyed pool, playground, and CG activities. Nice and quiet at night. Saw deer and turkeys. - melandme
Oct 2017 - $30.00
Nice state park with sites set in groups of loops. Good separation between sites. We had a fhu/50a site with a picnic table, fire ring, lantern hook, asphalt pad & cement patio. Water spigots are shared between 2 sites, so depending on which site you get, your water could come to your wet bay side or across your patio & under your RV. We were here in mid-October & the park was only about 1/3 full. There were more RV's in the lower section than the upper. Well stocked campstore, small putt-putt, restrooms/showers, laundry, playground, marina & a full service lodge are all on site. The restrooms/showers were typical state park cement block, but were clean & bright. $1 to wash/dry laundry. Their golf course is at the entrance to the park. This is a nice state park in a pretty region of Kentucky. I would recommend it. - leaf peeper
Jun 2017 - $35.00
Beautiful quiet park. If you want to get away from it all, this is the place. Good Verizon signal. Clean large sites. Lots of wildlife. Decent golf course and mini golf. Lodge has good food and friendly servers. - PositiveOutlook
Jun 2007 - $29.00
This campground is part of the marina operations at Grider Hill dock on Lake Cumberland. The campground is well shaded by mature trees and most sites are paved. During our stay the staff was very accommodating and drove us around in a golf cart to see all of the sites prior to driving in. Take note that some portions of the campground have narrow roads with encroaching trees as well as a few dead ends so it would be a good idea to take a tour without a camper hitched. The marina was not within reasonable walking distance but was a quick 1/2 mile drive. This is a large full service marina and provided a great place for us to slip the boat. The marina restaurant serves up a good meal with a view of the water. - campinky