13 Parks near Baileyton, Tennessee
May 2016 - $30.00
As other viewers have stated about park .pond beautiful with swans, ducks etc all born on site. Owner built pond and beautiful large bolders he found place thru out park. Permanent /seasonal residents scattered throughout park and very neat. Large spaces, level with grass and tables. Helpful staff and friendly campers. - RVLuver
Oct 2015 - $27.00
Lovely, lovely park; spacious sites are well maintained with level, gravel pads. Park is convenient to I-81 yet far enough that road noise was not a problem (and we slept with the windows open). As others mentioned, many of the sites are occupied long term but the park is well managed and there was no noise or debris about. The park features a beautifully landscaped, two acre pond presided over by both white and black swans (it had been decades since I'd last seen a black swan) and Canada geese were migrating thru when we were there. The pond has catch-and-release fishing and there is a small playground nearby. The laundry has 3 and 3 washer/dryers ($1.50 each). We received 6 television stations over the air so we did not try the cable service. WiFi was fine for email/Facebook; we did not attempt to stream video. We did not use the bathrooms but I peeked in just for this review. Bathrooms were clean but, as other reviewers mentioned, there was no toilet paper.
We definitely will stay here whenever we are in the area. - Mom_of_Two
Jun 2015 - $27.00
Ok for a night or two. Seasonals dominate the park but seemed quiet when I was there. Nice large pond for fishing. Wifi seemed ok to good. Bathrooms were hot, cramped and door did NOT lock.
Quiet at night with little light pollution. - mynyel
Jun 2016 - $35.00
We have camped at this park for years. It is under new ownership and they are just as friendly as the former owner and have improved the park tremendously with improved landscaping and the addition of a pool and bathhouse. Gravel site with picnic table. We are going back in September 2016 and November 2016. - Pam J
Jun 2016 - $35.00
We had a great experience here. There are lots of family friendly amenities... a pool, pond, driving range, swing set, lots of grass. The owners were attentive and available. There were a few permanent residents, but the sites were clean and not too junky. Bathrooms were some of the best I've encountered in a campground. Each site had its own picnic table, all of which seemed to be in great shape. The campground is located about 5 minutes off the interstate - close enough to be easy to get to, but far enough to not have any major road noise. There is a good Mexican restaurant right down the road, otherwise there is not much close by other than the gas stations right at the exit. - wanderfilledlife
May 2016 - $36.00
This park is clean and complete; the owners are on site and working to make improvements, a new pool, a golf driving range and plenty of walking paths. Perfect place to stop after a day on the road. - Bruce and Janette
Sep 2005 - $25.00
Timberfell Lodge is a clothing optional campground and lodge for men only. - elmo
Jul 2008 - $24.00
The camp ground is well established with trees but the buildings have not ben updated in years. Looks dated. Great for kids and has friendly campers who maintain their individual sites year round. - vols_24
Apr 2007 - $20.00
We visited this campground in late April. The bathrooms were below par. We stayed for a week, and the staff did very little to maintain the bathrooms during the week. Showers were below average. Sites were mostly rock with very little shade, not very level. The staff people were nice though, and willing to help out when asked. - dschwark
Jul 2006 - $14.00
Nice park... But not close to the interstate; it was a long drive to get there. - Bullardbill
Jul 2016 - $27.00
We enjoyed our stay at Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park. The roads and sites were paved and level with partial shade. The sites are long and easily accommodated our 32' TT and truck. Most of the sites are pull-through, however I had to back in because of space limitations. The walking trails along the Nolichucky River are beautiful. There are excellent road cycling routes right from the campground. The host and other campers were very friendly. We will return to DCBSP! - JandJ TN Travelers
May 2016 - $28.00
Campground gets very muddy and the lawn around the sites needs help. Campground hosts (and there seems to be too many for this place) park their vehicles on empty sites. Book your sites online or get what they want to give you. There are trailers there that look uninhabited and it downgrades the campground even further. Not all campground sites have sewer facilities. Most are pull through sites but the turn is pretty sharp. If you have a bigger rig you will cross the mud. Leaving the site is somewhat dangerous as there are large trees at the corner. Backing out could be a better option.
There is a pool a little ways away but does not open until summer.
Lots and lots of ticks....Use caution.
Walking areas outside the campground are nice. Went to Davy Crockets house and it seemed interesting until we spoke to a ranger. They are not sure if he actually lived there. Some years ago they found remnants of foundations in the area and thought one would be a nice place to build or move a structure calling it the Crocket family house. ?
At first it was a WOW factor. Then it was like who are they kidding. Made me laugh.
This campground is good for a night or two on your way to your final destination. Not a place to camp for more then that. The state should sell this area for development with a beautiful Walmart with sites that have sewer, water, and electric.
The Campground, with a little bit of money and effort could be a great destination. Right now to is not. - Edwardj
May 2015 - $28.00
Camp hosts are outstanding as usual in TN. Asphalt level sites. Campground sits on the Nolichucky River. Showers/toilets clean. Sites are next to Crockett's cabin (replica). Good stop for a few days rest. The roads leading into the park are a bit narrow/winding and a real nail biter when approaching another oncoming rig. - rvrrat520
Sep 2011 - $35.00
This is a fairly remote campground located right at the base of the Appalachian Mountains 12 miles east of Greeneville, Tn. There are no pull through sites, however most of the sites are large, have shade, and a beautiful view. There is a fishing pond that is open to campers. Managers/owners are very friendly and helpful. This park is a "destination park"; it is too remote from the interstate for an overnight stay. The only negative is the narrow winding roads to get there and are truly a pain requiring slow speeds and caution on the curves. We have a 36 foot 5th wheel and it was very scary at times meeting traffic. There is cable available, but only in one section that is taken up by "long stay" campers. Overall a very good campground that deserves a 10 but we had to give an 8 for a lack of cable to all sites and the narrow winding roads. We would stay again. - sweetandlocker
Apr 2014 - $26.00
The park is located in a beautiful farm valley next to the Cherokee National forest. The park has shaded and open sites. The road and sites are gravel. Sites are medium to large. Rest room and shower facility is small but clean. The campground has a large activity building equipped with a wood stove, fireplace and refrigerator. The owner is very friendly. We will stay there again when we camp in the area. - dogwood96
Sep 2011 - $26.00
A very quiet, peaceful park. Lots of squirrels, bluebirds, hummingbirds, and even wild turkey. I can understand the negative review of the person with a 40 footer. They need a lot of room to maneuver. Our unit is 30 foot, and we had no problem. The sites are level and have a lot of "breathing room" between them. Very friendly place. We would definitely come back! - Deck & Margot
Oct 2010 - $13.00
Very narrow roads leading into this park with tree limbs banging on the top of the coach. We did not stay here after looking at what was available. Park appears to be mostly permanent residents. The sites we were shown were nothing more than connections in the woods. There was nothing to define where to park. Passport states this park can accept rigs up to 50ft. There is one very narrow loop road thru low hanging branches and close trees that made it a challenge in a 42ft motorhome. - Westside
Sep 2010 - $20.00
Campground is set in a river valley farm and has riverfront sites. However, these sites are occupied by "permanent" campers with a waiting list and are angled back in sites. Most all other sites are parallel to the roadways. Sites are roomy enough with most having some shade. Only a few sites have 50A service. Campground roads are not paved but are easy to maneuver. Campground is about 10 miles off I-81 located about 20 miles from Morristown, Greenville and Newport. No nearby shopping. Swimming pool and picnic shelter are nice. Owners are friendly and helpful. We would stay again only for 1 to 3 nights, but not a destination stay of one week or more. - igor2brvn
Jun 2009 - $25.00
We loved this park! Sad thing was its off exit 15 and no signs showing how to get there! its out in the middle of the smokey mountains.. We love it here.. wonderful place.. its so peaceful.. Only bad thing is if you have any cell phone service other then Verizon you won't have cell phone service.. I myself have AT&T and it said "no service". My hubby has Verizon and he had service.. Its about 9 miles off I-81 and is a great RV park... I will come again! so glad i have Verizon for broadband internet! - trvlnfmly99
May 2016 - $45.00
We decided to pay the extra $10 for a riverfront site; it was money well spent! We were in site #30 right next to the rapids - it was quite noisy (the water) but we didn't mind. We will stay here again on the way back to FL in the fall. - rburckhart
Mar 2016 - $40.00
We stayed at this CG for three days and really enjoyed our time there. When you pull in there are a few worker RVs near the road but they are all very neat and well kept. You go down a slight & narrow hill to the rest of spots. Many are right on the Nolichucky River and very have a very relaxing atmosphere. I will say while we were there - there were only two or three other RVs that showed up - just for overnight. It appears the river is a bit low and a lot of limbs and stuff are up on the bank. With the weather getting nicer I am sure they will be picking us these things. The wifi is very good and the cable was alright. The quality was good, but there were not a lot of choices. I did think the price was a little high for this area. There are no pools, playground or things like that. I think because of access to the river this place probably is pretty busy during the summer. Overall, we enjoyed our stay - quite and pretty much by ourselves. We would definitely come again. - want2go
May 2015 - $33.00
Pleasant little park on Nochucky River. Ours was a pull through with full hookups with a good view of the river. All utilities worked well including wifi. Check in staff was gruff. Entry is interesting. Only room for one rig and coming in you must maneuver around a building on the left and a fence on the right. Once in, you either stop in a flat area or park in the one lane road going down toward the river. As long as there is no other traffic, it is doable. - ramblin' vagabonds