5 Parks near Adams, Tennessee
Jul 2011 - $30.00
The park is about 16 miles from Clarksville TN, they offer discounts if you select a canoe package. We did not do the canoeing though. Sites were fairly level. There are sites close to the water and ones up away from the river. We chose the sites away from the river because they seemed more level and you wouldn't have a problem with bugs. We stayed a week here all in all an OK place to stay just too far from things for me. - BRANDYC
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Nice park near the highway - level gravel sites with grass. Well kept and friendly staff. We stayed one night and didn't unhook. No cable but TV reception was fine. Nice pool and grounds. Good Wifi. Very quiet. Would recommend. - Catsinatrailer
Jun 2016 - $37.00
Campground is very well kept up. Noise from I-24 day and night. On the entrance side of the campground there is a salvage and scrap yard so trucks are constantly coming and going during the day. I'd say it was overpriced for the area it was in. - mrracechaser
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Very nice campground for travelers looking for a place to stay a couple of nights. Well managed and clean. Nice pool area with very neat building attached that has cooking equipment and tables for a group of people. Some sites are close to the interstate and road noise can be annoying. - Aldeaux
Oct 2015 - $12.00
I have stayed at about 200 CGs in the last 4 years, and I think this is the best CG ever. COE CGs are usually great, and this one was the best so far. Along the Cumberland River Cheatham Lake, Lock A, there is a 2 mile paved road with spaced trees, many with labels of kind, many concrete picnic tables, at least 3 boat ramps, the dam, locks, and power house, 3 playgrounds, well mowed grass verges. The sites are widely separated mostly and paved for RVs, with some large well graveled tent sites along the river bank. A second RV row is back from the river side sites but some are not real level. Bath houses very clean. Cost was $11.50/nite with America the Beautiful Senior card. The road in is narrow, windy, and some steep hills. Saw only one big A RV there. About 20 miles NW of Nashville off of state highway 12.33. - 210jem
Oct 2015 - $10.00
We paid $9.50 19, but full price is at a corp of engineers park that is rather small, but very well laid out. The pads were concrete and very level. It had a large playground. There was a lot of fishing and good fish-cleaning places. It will close the 31st of October for the winter. We were in a 31 foot class C. - winnie1
Oct 2013 - $10.00
Rate was senior based. Site was huge, level, paved, grass between sites, shaded, river view across the lane. Very quiet and dark. Laundry was clean with one washer and dryer. Bath house is clean. Nice walking trails & river access for boaters. Staff is friendly. Tight turn in our 35 foot trailer from the site lane loop in order to exit; I was able to use fisherman boat parking lot to turn. Other sites in campground may have easier exit. Very steep hill into campground. About 12 miles to town for groceries and Wi-Fi at McDonald's. Great spot. - Scottsdale RVers
Fort Campbell, Kentucky (map) | (270) 798-2175
Sites: 52 | Latest Rate: $20.00 | 9 Reviews
May 2016 - $20.00
We stayed for 1 night in the larger campground, next to the skeet range. The campsite itself was nice enough. The sites are fairly close, but not any more so than some KOAs we've recently stayed in. This park has tremendous potential, but the common areas need some TLC. It's almost like a forgotten little area. As for the wooden bridge, when I called to inquire about camp site availability, I was told that the 9 ton load limit was posted to keep large trucks from using the bridge and thus destroying it. I was assured that our 40 ft Motorhome would not be a problem, and it wasn't.
Reservations are not accepted. However, I was able to call to inquire about open campsites prior to driving all the way into the campground. The person who answered the phone was most helpful and told me how many sites were available at that point in time that would accommodate our Motorhome.
Would love to see the military invest a little time toward cleaning up the park, lake and stream so that its potential could be maximized. Definitely a good place to stop for a one night stay. - Donna and Steve
Dec 2015 - $20.00
We stayed here after clearing our house in preparation for a military move. There are two campgrounds here, this one and Lincoln Forks which is the upper one. Destiny sites are all paved and come with a picnic table. Hook ups are 50amp (no problem with my 50-30 amp adaptor), water, and sewer. We stayed in site 15. All sites are pull through. The setting is great even with the aforementioned skeet range next door. Really no problem at all. Across the road are two playgrounds and plenty of exploration for kiddos. The campground is very close to a nice creek designated for 12 and under to fish in and there is a waterfall near by. A nice peaceful campground to say the least. We were able to secure four over the air channels which provided local news and weather. Cell phone reception for Verizon is limited but with a MiFi spot we were able to stay current on emails and such. The site easily accommodated our Jayco 29QBH with room to spare for parking our two vehicles. I wish I would have stayed here when we arrived at Fort Campbell as the price and scenic settings are well worth the $20.00 per night charge. - Jim in WA
Oct 2015 - $18.00
The park was quiet, clean, not crowded. I love the sound of helicopters and enjoy seeing them. The skeet shooting was on the weekend so wasn't troublesome. We could not get our satellite to work, but that was okay as we watched the numerous deer instead. Lovely little spot. - janicelee
Jun 2016 - $17.00
This park has uneven sites. So much so that, even with the use of the on-board RV leveling Jacks, we couldn't extend our bump outs.
This park is very unclean. The bathrooms (showers/commodes) are filthy and in need of maintenance, cleaning and updating.
The laundry facilities are the same. The machines are rusty (inside and out). I was afraid to use them over concern that the rust would bleed onto my clothes during the wash cycle. I had to take our camping laundry to an off-site laundromat.
Beyond the uncleanliness of the amenities, the grounds too are unkempt. The front sites (visible front he road) are mowed and weedeated. The back sites are not.
The camp directs you to walk your pets in a "designated area," that is all well and good if they would actually direct you to where that "designated area" is, which they did not. Everyone here seems to have a different opinion about where that is. The most common place seems to be by a large trash heap in the middle of the park. I walked my dog near that spot in the day, but was hesitant to at night. The pile of wood debris in the middle of your campground is dangerous. There are used boards with very large nails sticking up...just waiting for a child to fall or step on them and need an ER visit for tetanus shot and stitches. ed boards with very large nails sticking up...just waiting for a child/pet/anyone to fall or step on them and need an ER visit for tetanus shot and stitches.
We had an overnight stay on Saturday night. This was BYOB and Karaoke night on the office porch (not far from our camper). The more the crowd drank, the louder and more off pitch the Karaoke singers became. They started at 5 PM and continued until 10:00 PM. We had planned phone calls to family back home and a movie in our camper. The karaoke began and remained so loud, even inside our own RV, we were unable to keep our plans. - George Hall III
Nov 2009 - $17.00
I stopped here looking for one nights rest. The staff was very polite and helpful. The campground is catering to mostly permanent setups and the newest RV in was at least 20 years old. I did not see any open sites except for the small one they put me on. It would be too small for anything over my 21 footer. I did my laundry here and while the machines have been well used. Some had rust and some were out of order. My clothes came out clean and dry. Everything remotely movable was chained and padlocked. If you want cheap camping and not a large rig it would be OK, but if rough looks aren't your style I would keep looking elsewhere. - Goinmobile
Mar 2009 - $17.00
It reminds one of the poor section in Bombay, India. I would drive further, and I did, to find something else. They should name it "Rats nest". - dumpo