2 Parks near Chapel Hill, Tennessee
May 2016 - $20.00
Absolutely lovely! Paved, level sites, full hookups. Heavy tree cover. Great reservation website and accommodating camp hosts. - Sadiesmom
Apr 2016 - $17.00
We recently camped 4 nights at Henry Horton, our first visit there. It is a beautiful setting. The campsites are huge, and are tucked in among the trees so that you truly are camping in the woods, even in our 35' motorhome. We had our dogs with us so didn't get on any of the trails. The bathhouses are nice, pretty well updated. The wilderness & woodsy setting reminded us of the best parts of a national park campground with the amenities of a state park campground. Hands down one of the best we've stayed at and we will definitely return. - roydogs
Mar 2016 - $13.00
We arrived with reservations in a VERY HEAVY RAIN. The volunteer host suggested that we wait a few minutes for the rain shower to end. After a 30 minute wait, the host lead us to the site. It was a very difficult site for a 5th wheel to back into. The host stayed with me as I backed into the site. Although experienced in backing, I did not have much room in the front to move the truck over. He was very careful to watch as I adjusted my location. As a volunteer host, he was the best.
The road going through the park are paved, but there are trees near the road. I had no problem driving the one way street, but it does require caution and experience for a big rig.
The garbage dumpster was overflowing (Easter Weekend with a full camp). The ranger drove a dump truck to the dumpster to prevent garbage being scattered everywhere. This proved to me that the staff have pride in the facility. This is an ideal campground for a family with a smaller trailer for a week vacation. We would probably not use this location again because of the distance driving to our relation in the area. If it were not for the driving distance, we would have no hesitation to return to Henry Horton and the beautiful woods, deer, and scenic environment. - jojolima
Apr 2010 - $20.00
This is a quiet out of the way park.. But not quite what I expected. The website made it look like a busy equestrian park.. I expected to see campers with horses.. but there were none. It's a good idea but wasn't working. This place was just okay.. No cable, no over the air tv, no Sat tv because of the overhead trees. If you are going to Columbia, TN I would not stay again as it was to far away. On the web site I should have noticed the following: "Photos are indicative of the area, not necessarily what you will see at the park." and "Large graveled semi-level lots." What the website didn't show is exactly what this place is like. I felt safe in this out of the way park but other than that.. I can't say anything else. - Dom A.