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25 RV Parks near Tolar, Tennessee
We did however find 25 campgrounds within 25 miles of Tolar. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Tolar in the left hand column.
Apr 2019 - $50.00
A brand new RV park that is just getting started. The owner has big plans and appears to be dedicated to making this a very nice RV park. Sites and roads are hard packed gravel or caliche. Site we had was long enough for our 42' MH with tow parked in front. Sewer connection was located at the rear of the site making for a long way for sewer hose. Nice sized dog park available. Wifi was better than we get at many parks. Office staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Quite a few permanents but they kept their sites clean and picked up. - The Gunny
Jun 2017 - $35.00
The sites are too close together and are dirt and rocks. Septic smell was so bad had to close it off and dump before we left. The electric kept throwing the breaker and they told us it would be fixed next week! Lots and lots of flies made it hard to sit outside and they followed you in each time door was open. Spent a week but could have been so much better. The pretty pine part at front only!! The rec room was good. People nice but hard to find. Seemed like everyone "worked" there. Will not be back. - Thomas Estes
Sep 2016 - $75.00
Raw sewage covered grassy "park" area, causing swarms of big black flies everywhere, not to mention the stench! Manager never available after collecting rent. Filthy bathroom and showers. Sites have electrical issues. All in all worst park ever! - Onlythetruth
Aug 2013 - $35.00
We camped in a pull through site that was adequate for our 36' motorhome. The site was a bit short to leave the towed vehicle hooked up overnight. Hookups worked well and were well placed. Site was almost level. Sites are gravel. There is a grassy area with lots of pine trees that is good for walking the dog. Most of the residents appear to be long term residents. The park served our purposes well. We would stay again. - jdstevens
Jul 2018 - $35.00
Great location, sites are large. Overnighters use pull-thrus. Easy hook up. Cable & WiFi. Good water pressure. People are very courteous. Very quiet. RV supplies on site. Staying at least two months. $400.00 per month plus electric Highly recommend. - John_vaught2000
Jun 2017 - $32.00
Well, it's a stretch to call this a "ranch", but I'm a Yankee, so what do I know? :-) But it's a nice little RV park in a charming and rapidly growing town. A couple of quirks: they use marine power pedestals, which are 50 Amp only, but they supply a free loaner converter to 30 Amps. Also I understand they only have wired internet, though I used my own Verizon Jetpack. The park abuts an RV repair service and an excellent RV parts & supply store, both run by the same family. I found everyone friendly and helpful. - Doncooke
Jun 2016 - $32.00
Not a "ranch"! Needs TLC! Very little shade. You check in at RV center once you enter campground on a back road - confusing! Mostly long term residents. Gravel site. WiFi was by Ethernet and was amazing! So fast! RV center caters to 5th wheels and pull-behinds. Store is well stocked. - Retired FL CSM
Feb 2019 - $25.00
We loved our stay at the Dinosaur Valley State Park. There did not seem to be a bad site, all of them are large, spacious and very wooded. We walked to river and but this was not easy, there is no easy way to get there, very steep and slippery. It was worth the walk, the river was gorgeous. Next trip I would prefer one of the odd numbers they are on the river side. The restrooms were very clean, well kept. We did not use the showers. There is also a small park for kids and a store that is in walking distance. - True Texas
Jun 2018 - $25.00
This is a great park for kids. We took our 3 seven year old granddaughters, and they had a ball. They enjoyed wading in the river and looking at the dinosaur tracks. The hiking trails were not well marked; we got to the top of the mountain, and we were not sure how to get back down. We finally found the trail we came in on, but the girls were getting a little scared. - kanela
Apr 2018 - $7.00
My wife requested I write a review on this park. She and a niece went there on April 28, 2018 only to hike the trails. When they returned, they told me of the terrible time they had. Slow check-in with two people working the gate. The trails were not marked so they could not find the trail with the waterfall. They attempted to use the ladies room. The first one was over flowing and they could not get to the stalls without walking in sewage. They drove to second one only to find they were overflowing as well. Only one stall available with a very long wait. They could not find any employee to tell them of the issues. We have found this type of poor service in many Texas State parks and that is the main reason we never camp there any longer. Seems to be the norm for State employees. - Robert and Monica