4 RV Parks near Bon Aqua, Tennessee
Mar 2016 - $35.00
We planned on staying a few days and ended up staying 2 1/2 months. Love this park. The owners are super people. Hope we get an opportunity to go back someday. Spacious
concrete sites with fire ring and picnic table. - Elaine77
May 2015 - $35.00
It's the most quite and peaceful place we've ever been to. We have enjoyed the river water greatly! It's hard to explain but once you get there you simply relax. The owner is a really great guy. He usually has only one spot that he can give you if you're staying for only few days. You'll need to book many months in advance if you want to stay for few months.
Its one of these places that you can overlook or miss, it's not a usual campground, there are only few spots for RVs but it is magical.
Laundry was free. We didn't use the bathrooms or shower so we can't say much about it. The Piney river runs through the campground and is great to swim in. The kids that were around loved it.
It had a Wi-Fi connection but very slow. - MikeMayNaama
Aug 2014 - $31.00
This is a wonderful small family oriented campground located on the bank of the Piney River on a family farm. There are a couple of pavilions adjacent to RV sites that generally are rented full time. There is one rest room and one shower available, the laundry facilities are located across the road. It is a Good Sam park, so discounts apply. Occasionally, the owner hosts blue grass/country music "jams" at the park, usually with some local up and coming talent. Our stay was during one of these and we had a great time. Swimming, floating, and canoeing the Piney River is great fun for the young, so everyone will have a good time. COME! - GoinPlaces
Jun 2017 - $32.00
Mostly permanent sites and all of them are incredibly run down. We didn't feel safe at all. Check in was rude. About the only positive thing I can say is the pool looked clean. Internet did not work and water pressure was so low that we just used the holding tank and pump. This park would be a rip off at half the price. - Razin Kane
Jul 2015 - $11.00
We stayed on a monthly rate for 2 months. Pool was clean, staff friendly, park was quiet. Close to shopping, restaurants and gas. Sites are a bit narrow for units with slide outs but was workable. Would stay here again and probably will next year. - lnpdavis
Aug 2012 - $30.00
Un-level sites and dirty bathrooms, no toilet paper. The park is really for permanent residents. If we had not been tired we would have moved on. - PWer
Aug 2017 - $32.00
We were really impressed by the beauty of the park - just awesome. The sites were nice, although the picnic tables could use a little TLC. The restroom/shower facilities do not have AC, so there was evidence of mold/mildew and both the shower and toilet facilities were not up to current standards. We were only able to stay one night. We would like to return and be able to really explore the park. Good spot to come in the spring or fall. - 5er_MKS
Aug 2017 - $32.00
Tight roads. Spaces can be difficult to back into. - Mack2383
Aug 2017 - $18.00
Very nice park close (about 30 miles) to Nashville. One of the few low cost options when visiting Nashville. There are three bath houses. One was somewhat small (and I think older) but all three were very clean. Water flow was low but acceptable. Park rangers came by often and were very friendly. This keeps the "un-desirables" out of the park. I think local home school children used the play ground in the afternoon. The cross country running team was running when we were there. They were VERY well behaved and created no problem. The site #17 was long enough for us to back in, but a number of the sites could be somewhat difficult to get into with the trees and we would have had a problem if the site across the road from us was in use. There were a large number of big rigs at the sites with sewer connections. Sewer at some sites for extra $. Dump station, but no fresh water at dump station to fill up. Only "dirty" water to wash down spills. As with all TN state parks, only approved (fire dried) fire wood is allowed. - TenOC
Jun 2017 - $17.00
I reserved over the phone and told the male staff member twice that we needed 50 amps, a pull-through, and that we were a big rig towing. He told us twice that he had a spot for us. When we got there, he tried to give us a back in with 30 amps. Felt like a bait and switch. The road entering the park is narrow and winding with low tree branches. The interior roads are narrow with very tight turns. And the sites are not big rig friendly. If you're longer than 60' including a tow car, go to another park. It's an older park with lots of long term residents. WiFi was free but weak. The sewer hook up was way in the back next to our toad. It's convenient to I-40. The sites are just too tight and small for us. We won't return. - Flippitti
Sep 2016 - $28.00
We arrived late in evening and the manager met us. He guided us to our spot and helped align us. The night we stayed was very restful. The next day I walked around the grounds. The managers do a great job! It's quiet and there are some folks who reside there year around. The park is clean, everyone I met was friendly. The neighborhood is beautiful. Well worth the price . I would gladly come again just to visit the folks there. We will be back again!!! - Bernie Ewell
Aug 2016 - $14.00
Stayed 1 night driving West on I-40 with a 40ft RV with jeep tow. 50 amp was availiable per the attendee if he ran a power cord to our site. Unsure of amperage of other sites. We just bared down and used 30 amp. Was only for overnight stay.
The navigation of the very tight rv park roads leaving, was our only reason why we would not use again. Friendly people and nice shady, quiet park. - CJ Jay