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2 RV Parks near Somerville, Tennessee
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Somerville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Somerville in the left hand column.
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
Aug 2019 - $1.00
Since I am a Thousand Trails Member the cost to stay at this park was prepaid with my membership. This was close to the worst RV park we have ever stayed at and I will never be back to this RV park. This was the first park we have visited since becoming members and as a result we are very disappointed in our Thousand Trails purchase. When we arrived at the park it was close to 20 minutes before anybody showed up at the gate. We requested a site with full hookups and 50 amp. However there are very few 50 amp sites and no 50 amp sites had full hookups. Only a few of the 30 amp sites have full hookups. The roads are narrow and in need of repair. Plus most sites are not even close to being level. There was some low hanging tree limbs that also needed to be trimmed back. The spot we finally settled on had a nice concrete patio and a grill. It was also more or less level once we set up. It was hard backing into my spot because of the narrow road and trees. Note that I tried several spots before I finally settled on the one we stayed at. This is the only campground I have ever visited where I had to select four wheel drive to back into one of the spots. That spot was at a Tee in the road, that required backing uphill on a tight turn with a washed out road. On the plus side this park was very quiet and the deer were plentiful. The swimming pool was very nice and the bathrooms were OK and did appear to be clean. A fresh coat of paint would do wonders for the bathrooms and well as some ventilation. It was very hot during our visit and as a result the bathrooms were extremely hot and stifling . There is also a big problem with chiggers, fleas and ticks so take plenty of Deep Woods Off for protection. - Mcrider
Oct 2017 - $1.00
This is an older park, the roads need work but they didn't impact our stay. Buildings and amenities are old and could use some work but they are clean and functional. We stayed a few days just to recharge our batteries so to speak. My husband caught small bass kayak fishing. AT&T cell coverage was good. Getting into the park was no problem. The roads inside the park are narrow but not an issue. The staff is super nice here and drove us around in a golf cart to pick out our site before driving through pulling our fifth wheel. Would stay again as a place to stay while traveling again. - sueellen_64
Jul 2017 - $1.00
I was disappointed that there were no FHU sites that were also 50 AMP available. The pool was beautiful and very refreshing. We rode mountain bikes around the facility every day. The laundry room was adequate ($1.50 to wash, $0.50 to dry), although I had to cycle the clothes 3 times in the dryer on high heat before they were fully dry (3 times on medium heat and they were still damp). The roads appear to just be poorly maintained. We did see several people on just water&electric sites that just left their sewer hose open to the ground to drain off their grey water. The "clubhouse" looked functional, but also just a bit neglected. There was no WiFi that we were able to find access to during our stay. The Verizon & AT&T data and cell coverage was functional (4G LTE, and 2-3 bars throughout most of the park). The setting is beautiful and very relaxing. Almost full coverage shade on our site, though it was a bit treacherous and not many sites in that area were easy to achieve mostly level accommodations. We would likely stay here again if in the area. Our site was at no cost because of our Thousand Trails membership. - TxDorsey1975