15 RV Parks near Banner Hill, Tennessee
We did however find 15 campgrounds within 25 miles of Banner Hill. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Banner Hill in the left hand column.
Sites: 6 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 2 Reviews
Oct 2015 - $25.00
First off, this park is nestled into the forest and right up against the river. It is probably the most scenic park that we have stayed at. However, I would not say that we had an overall positive experience. I do think that this park is geared toward tent campers much more than RVs. We have a 42' rig and the drive in was pretty scary. I am still kind of surprised that we didn't damage anything. There are dogs that run free in the park, that are not picked up after. There appeared to be full-time resident tent campers which I didn't even know was a thing. One of the cabins had a Confederate Flag flying from the porch. We ended up leaving early. - glanotte
Sep 2014 - $25.00
Before school started back, we stayed in the heart of the Applachian Mountains at this truly gorgeous campground right along the Nolichucky River. Our kids were able to swim and fish right out the front door and we're so happy to have found such a lovely place close to home for a mini-vacation. Since it's such an easy drive from Knoxville (only 1.5 hours away!), we plan to return next summer a few more times and we even went whitewater rafting while we were there! The Noli is just a hidden gem for families to get away. (I almost hate to review it and tell others to go since we really loved the low-key, non-crowded facility!) The road was freshly paved and very easy to navigate our RV into the campground and into our slot. We quickly made friends with our neighbors and a few other families there that weekend that had kids the same ages as ours, so they all want to plan a trip together next year! I'm so glad to have found such a wonderful place for quick weekend visits! - PeachyCreative
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Rock Creek National Forest campground is located in Cherokee National Forest in Northeast TN. Roads inside the campground while paved are fairly narrow. We had no trouble navigating the roads with our truck and 31' toy hauler trailer. Sites are gravel and many are large and deep. The larger sites can easily hold the largest RVs. The old growth trees and thick understory provide privacy for the sites. One loop, C has 50 amp electrical service while loops A and B have 30 amp service. This is a beautiful area and it is usually 10 degrees cooler than surrounding areas. Fees are $20 or $15 with a golden age pass. If you tent camp, there are 5 walk in tent sites with pea gravel pads at the top of loop C. The swimming area is unique. It is a large rounded cement pond with creek water glowing through it. Numerous hiking trails nearby. No reservations here and it is a very popular park. I recommend you arrive mid week to improve your chances to get a site. - linnemj
Oct 2014 - $15.00
Well-shaded and very private sites in this lovely, quiet campground. Verizon signal very weak but usable with antenna. Beautiful trails and rhododendrons everywhere. It's probably spectacular in the spring! Ended up staying six days. - mockturtle
Jul 2014 - $15.00
Beautiful NFS campground. Roads are paved, sites are gravel, level, huge, and well-spaced for privacy. Campground is shady and cool, nice for family camping. Restrooms/showers could be cleaner. Rate reflects senior discount. We would stay here again. - tnyankee
Sep 2017 - $45.00
We stayed at Riverpark to attend the races in Bristol. Great check-in and escort to the site. Nice level large corner site. Very peaceful being across the street from the river. Great TV and WiFi connections. We ate breakfast at the onsite restaurant Saturday morning and it was very good. Very clean bathhouse / Showers. A great value. - Marc K
Aug 2017 - $33.00
This was an over night stay on our way south. Our spot was very level, gravel and long enough we did not have to unhook the car. Antenna tv was good, as were the power and water. It is a small campground and the sites along the river had trees. The pull through sites are treeless. They also have a couple of little cabins. - esta34950
Jun 2017 - $45.00
Really great full hookup RV sites along the rushing river. Utilities were flawless. Wifi was mostly good. Cable was good except no Fox News. Had to be very careful maneuvering around bounders. - FSUWizard
Apr 2017 - $30.00
As others have stated, very narrow roads in this park. Very concerned with our 33ft 5th wheel, but didn't hit anything. Bath house/bathrooms out of service during our stay, so can't comment on them. We stayed in spot 14, which was plenty long and easy to back into. It almost paralleled the road but climbed steeply up so that our wheels were about 5 feet above the road. There were two more sites between us and the road, which would have been pretty close, but no one was in them during our stay. Wifi was slow/spotty unless we walked towards site 16, which has an antenna near it. Leaving the park from our site requires a sharp left climbing turn that has a steep drop off if you cut it short. - av8
Aug 2016 - $31.00
We stayed at WoodSmoke Campground on our first outing with our new travel trailer. There is a Walmart a few miles from the campground and we used our weekend as a time to get things we had not thought of for the new camper. There are also many small restaurants and shops in Unicoi and Erwin, TN, close by. The campground is a small family run facility. It is immaculately clean (Cleanest camp bathhouse we have ever seen in many years of camping!) and all sites have some degree of shade. There were a few seasonal campers, but most sites were open for rentals from short stayers like we were. The camp ground was nice and quiet. I-26 is less than a mile away, but there is very little truck traffic on that portion, so you don't notice traffic noise very much at all. We did hear train whistles two times and thought that was charming. The owners are very conscientious and helpful. Our only confusion was why they put us on a corner site with little privacy when there were several other more private, more heavily wooded sites available the whole time we were there. If we had it to do again I would ask ahead what sort of site we were renting and express a hope for privacy. But we were still happy and enjoyed our stay. - TN Vogels
Aug 2015 - $30.00
We stumbled upon Woodsmoke Campground because our original choice was full. The reviews of Woodsmoke sounded good, so we decided to request a site via their website. Usually when we request a site online from a campground, we do not hear from them for days. Woodsmoke was a pleasant exception, as they replied within an hour of our request. I was able to call the following day to confirm our reservation. The lady I spoke with was extremely nice and accommodating.
Our initial reaction was that this campground was too close to home, as it is 30-35min. As soon as we drove into the beautiful private entrance, we realized that we were badly mistaken with our initial reaction. Just a half hour from home, we felt we were hours away.
The owner met us at the office and politely guided us to our spot and assisted in getting us perfectly positioned in our wonderful, private site. Our site backed up to a small stream, which added to the wonderful ambiance of our experience. The sites were large and well spaced. The bathhouse was extremely clean. It is obvious that the owner's take an exceptional amount of pride in maintaining this campground.
At the entrance to the campground is the trailhead to the Pinnacle Tower Trail. This is a 4.8mile hiking/biking trail. The views from the tower are beyond words! I mountain biked this trail two times during out stay and thoroughly enjoyed it. This is a must for anyone able to make the trek!
Within walking distance (or a very short drive) are a Dollar General store and a package store with all of your liquor, wine and beer needs. The package store had a great selection of craft and high gravity beers as well as the yellow fizzy stuff.
Woodsmoke is great whether you are coming from near or far. The owner's are exceptional, the facilities are phenomenal, and the location is convenient. We have ruled out return trips to other campgrounds after a wonderful weekend at Woodsmoke Campground! You must experience! - JandJ TN Travelers
Dec 2011 - $35.00
RV park located at a working horse ranch about 6.5 miles from Interstate, somewhat out of the way in the country but a good place for a quiet stay or base to explore this section of the Appalachians. No problem with our 36' Motorhome plus Pickup Truck toad. Gravel entrance road that needs a little work on the potholes. Both back in and pull through sites available. Sites are grass and mostly level. Simple park in an open field. Small but clean bath house. Nice camp store on site along with fishing pond & small playground for kids. The owner was very nice and accommodating. He checks visitors frequently so the park is secure and he makes sure you have what you need for a nice stay. - dscottwilliams
Sep 2009 - $25.00
This campground is a hidden gem! We pulled in for a week and stayed for a month. Beautiful mountain views and great staff. The blueberries were ripe and we picked our own. The apple orchard was not yet ready for picking but we enjoyed walking through it. The camp mascot is a pot belly pig named "Miss Piggy" and the campground dog is a little Jack Russell mix called "little man." If you want a different experience in camping try this place: large sites (all with 50 amp) and easy in/out in our 42 ft motorhome. It is about 6 miles off I-26. Park has great hosts! - David Buchanan
Apr 2009 - $25.00
One of the most unique experiences we've ever had RVing! This is a working horse ranch with an adjacent RV park. You have beautiful 360 degree views of the Smokey Mountains. You can back right up to the lake, and watch the horseback riding events, etc. It's wonderful to see all the animals, including a 27 year old horse who roams free and never wanders off, and a family pet named "Miss Piggy", a cute as a button pot-bellied pig. This is a real camping experience and one not to be missed if you're in the Bristol/Johnson City area of eastern Tennessee. The owners were wonderful accommodating hosts...we will be back! Oh, and the cleanest bath house I've ever seen...well worth the money! - kakampers
Sep 2016 - $30.00
This park is older, and is in need of a few updates. The new owners are really trying to bring the park up to what the public expects of a campground. It has a pool, but has been closed most of the 2016 season due to leaks, but the owners assure that it will be repaired and hopefully ready for the 2017 season. The bathrooms need to be remodeled. The owners are nice and try t0 make everyone comfortable. - DaryRon Steffe
Mar 2015 - $17.00
Stayed in 25' hybrid travel trailer for four nights. New owners since last year have been working on improving the campground. They were very supportive in helping us get a fire grate setup and wood when I forgot to bring my own. There is perm camping in this campground, however, the folks that were there were quiet and very considerate. The circle around the campground is tight. Backing into our spot took a bit of effort for the spot that it was in. Not all sites are like this, and all sites seemed very reasonable. Spacious sites, being preseason, we could park next to the camper and the kids played in the spot on the other side of that. Park should be much better for kids when pool is fixed and playground is setup as the owner said should be happening soon. The road into the campground is narrow, but there were no branches hitting our camper. You just have to watch what you are doing. When you get to a Y in the road, do NOT go right. Google maps sends you right. You will go to Cherokee, and face a tight turn around. Go LEFT at the Y, and save yourself the hassle! Turning back out onto 107 can be a hassle when traffic is going. This campground was nice for the price on PA. Everything described as is and delivered well. Take it easy going in and out of there, and everything else should be just fine. We had 30A hook up with sewer and no problems with either. Would camp there again. - scarter4work
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
Aug 2017 - $26.00
Located on the Nolichuckey River, this is one of the few campgrounds in the area that offers full hook-up (and many pull through sites) in their 50-amp area. Those sites are fairly close together, though, and some are fairly inclined to the rear. No fire rings in that section because things are a bit tight. The 30-amp section (E/W) does have fire rings and there's a bit more space between most of the sites. This section is better suited to shorter RVs. The $26 rate noted above is for a 30-amp site and includes tax. Verizon signal good and, depending where you park, you can get a few over-the-air TV stations. This is a beautiful park to walk through and enjoy the river and the area's rich local history. Walking distance from the campground is a Visitor Center dedicated to Davy Crockett and his times and a little further down is a really cool Pioneer Village. There are also a couple of wooded trails, one of which boasts a beautiful view from a high ridge of the Nolichuckey River. During peak summer weeks, there is a large swimming pool within walking distance from the campground (campers get a discount). - aowcarol
Nov 2016 - $14.00
$13.75 per night (half off-season senior rate for any row except the front row nearest the river but the park was empty this time of year so I could see/hear the river without problem and the max length of stay is extended to 21 days) was for a mostly level asphalt pull-through site with 50-amp electric, water, and sewer. Follow the posted brown park signs to the park as opposed to your GPS to avoid having to do a 180° turn (I had to disconnect my tow vehicle too) to enter the park. Site #34 was wide and long enough for my 40' motorhome and tow to park on comfortably. Slides and awnings had room to extend as well. Although sites are narrow, each site has a picnic table and some room to set up chairs. The park has community fire rings but there was a burn ban when I was there. It was very quiet during my stay. When I arrived, a very personable campground host was staffing the campground office and provided lots of information on the park and the local area. The night sky was brilliant with stars. Nearby larger cities have every amenity. AT&T was acceptable for texting and voice. My Verizon jetpack worked very well for internet reception. They do have park WiFI but I did not use it. I received eight (ABC was the only major network) digital over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations. - DD Rolling Ranch
Oct 2016 - $25.00
Stayed one night.
Clean and well kept.
Wi-fi has limited capacity, they tell you upfront that streaming video, etc users will be automatically cutoff. Signal not consistent.
Look at site descriptions when you reserve online. Our lot was nice and level. Most in the row closer to the river were slightly inclined.
Lots of overnighters.
Kind of far from nearby towns. The park and campground are next to the scenic Nolichucky River. - TomAndKathy
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
Aug 2017 - $31.00
Roan Mountain State Park is a very popular camping destination. Campground staff are pleasant and helpful, and the campground is extremely well maintained. Roads and sites are paved. Sites 41 to 90 are located on a hillside. Big rigs should not attempt to even drive through that area. Sites in the lower level area are considered "premium" sites, commanding a higher price with no discounts. The Doe River is only a very small stream as it passes through the campground. It is hard to imagine the ferocity of the river during the flood event of 1998. The paved sites also provide a wider paved patio area. Each site has water & electric hookups and a campfire ring. There are no sewer hookups. There is no TV cable and no OTA TV reception. The park has recently installed WiFi repeaters throughout the campground and WiFi reception is excellent. There is no Verizon cell reception in the campground except for a small area surrounding the campground office. There is only one dump station for the entire park. We watched campers start lining up to dump on Sunday at 11:00 a.m., with the last camper finally departing at 2:30 p.m. Try to plan your departure to avoid that mad rush. Reservations are recommended, and are a must for the "premium" lower level sites. We enjoyed our stay and will return. - tnyankee
Nov 2016 - $28.00
Small state park that we found for an over nite while driving the Blue Ridge Parkway. Nicely wooded area with a nice little river/creek running through it. The park would probably seem crowded during summer season but this time of year, although full, it was very quiet. Was able to get satellite reception after a few tries and although no cell reception with Verizon was able to connect with their WiFi. - smitty12
Jun 2016 - $28.00
This well developed, popular campground is situated in a deciduous forest in two major sections: lower and upper. The lower portion is mostly level along the Doe River, and more open among trees and lawn. The upper is steeply sloped and more deeply forested. All site pads are asphalt paved surrounded by gravel, with fire rings and concrete picnic tables. Sites are spacious, but many of the pads are made for small campers and tents. Carefully choose the lengths of sites online. Most upper sites will need levelers. You should know your site number before arriving, particularly if you arrive after 5 PM. No after hours site list is posted at the campground office. Bath houses were clean, often on steep slopes. Electric and water worked fine. No over-the-air digital TV. Sprint phones had no service in the upper loops, but the campground office had Sprint and extended service at 3 bars. WiFi worked fine within 100 feet of the office, and a second and third transmitter was in the lower loop (but not in the upper loops). Quiet, dark at night. Occasional patrol by law enforcement. Quite cool temperatures for June. Lots of hiking trails,
playgrounds, fields, a farmstead, nice visitor center, weekend ranger activities. Songbirds abundant. Ecosystem rich in biodiversity. There are some ticky tacky issues. A single dump station for nearly 80 campers is easily overrun at check out hours. Most written or posted rules go unenforced. Non-campers cruise the grounds, creating added conflicts with walkers and bicyclists and noise. Signs say "Registered Campers Only", but without active checks, people drive right past the office. Few campers clean up after their pets, even next to the river. Nasty. Multiple cars parked at many campsites instead of using overflow. Golf cart cruising. Speeding was an issue at times. Regardless of the bad points, it is truly the crown jewel of Tennessee's State Parks, and we will return. - The Happy Traveler
Jun 2010 - $25.00
Very scenic small CG with views up the valley to the Roan Mountain range. Views change hourly. Half of sites back right up to babbling Doe River (only 10-15' wide). Nice sized grass sites with concrete patios - all full hook-ups. No facilities other than hook-ups (no rest rooms, showers, cable, Wi-Fi, cell phone coverage, playground, activities, etc.) Just a very scenic, peaceful, pleasant CG. Convenient to TN/NC mountain tourist activities in Boone, Blowing Rock, Banner Elk, etc. Directions: on Heaton Creek Road just off SR 143 south. Big Rigs: very tight turn over small bridge to enter CG. MH > 40' or 5W > 35' may not fit. We would definitely stay there again. - Prof Bill
Jun 2010 - $22.00
Beautiful area surrounding park. Grounds are well kept. We were able to get satellite signal with no problem. Coaches over 38ft would have to be pulled across bridge and backed in, as we did in our 45ft coach with no problem. You also will be exiting the same way. We have stayed here many years, in a 36 foot coach towing car and then forty five feet. (A car has to be unhooked, to back into the park, for coaches over 38'). Very friendly owners. Would give a ten if this bridge was easier to navigate. - austinswalk