6 Parks near Chapel Hill, Tennessee
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.
Aug 2016 - $25.00
Add $5 if making a reservation, which you probably want because this place was packed on a July weekend. Great tree cover and modern sites with water and 30/50 hookups. You will be able to see your neighbors, but the spacing is more generous than I've see at other Tennessee parks. Park does offer WiFi, which gave a strong signal at the site but had limited bandwidth for anything beyond fetching email. Usable Verizon LTE service in the park. Very friendly camp store with firewood and basic supplies and food. Rangers had organized hayrides, educational events, a movie night and even a Pokemon hike throughout the weekend. - RVNed
Jul 2016 - $33.00
Roads and sites are paved, sites are relatively level. Lots of room between sites, lots of tree canopy. Park is clean, employees put forth great effort to have family activities. Golf course was inexpensive and in good condition overall. 20-30 minute drive to Franklin, TN shops & restaurants. Downside: no sewer hook-ups, not uncommon in state parks. No cable TV, tree canopy made antenna reception spotty for very few channels. Frequent drive-by of park employees but no "valet trash" service. Office keeps odd & infrequent hours. As a State Park, its pretty darn good, beats our home state of Alabama parks. We would go back. - Rick2804
Jun 2016 - $23.00
We have stayed at this campground several times over the years and really enjoy camping here. The sites are spacious and all are in heavy trees. The campground itself is very nice and the hosts are very helpful. We will definitely stay here again. - Larry & Judy
Aug 2016 - $30.00
More of a trailer park than a RV resort. Stayed in August and pool was being repaired and had been for months. Water pressure is poor, can't take a shower if your neighbor is. Playground is from the 70's and no entertainment. Not even during Mule Week. Staff was friendly. Neighbors watch every move so nothing will be stolen. - Dyna
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Easy freeway access. This "park" is loaded with full time or long term residents, lots of old, broken down rigs, has the appearance of a "crankster heaven". (Slang term for those aficionados of the methamphetamine lifestyle.) Bath/showers are "rustic" to say the least, but were relatively clean. Tightly packed sites, folks tend to drive fast over gravel/dirt roads creating mini dust storms. Not worth $30 per night, would not return here. - rvrrat520
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Arrived at about 8:pm on a Sunday and Toby took care of getting us settled in. He's very personable and interested in taking care of the customer. Offered a couple of different sites for our stay. Ended up in a pull through with 30 amp service. All hook ups available. He made arrangements for us to stay in that spot for four nights. There are many long term ears in the park. It's very quiet and close to service stations and several restaurants. Pool is being worked on. Would stay again. - CaptGary
Oct 2016 - $37.00
The only drawback is the loud truck noise from I-65, especially at night. Bring your ear plugs. Sites are long and level, but a bit narrow. Easy in and out with friendly office staff. - Rick Frazier
Sep 2016 - $22.00
This is our second stay here this summer. The last time I reviewed this park, we had not used their cable or wifi. This time we did. Both worked fine. We did, however, ask for an open site so we could get satellite. Our site was perfect. It's very easy to find off the interstate. Interior roads and sites are gravel with nicely maintained grass between sites for the picnic table. There was a bit more road noise from the interstate this time, but still not really annoying. We will definitely stay here again. - dickens
Sep 2016 - $32.00
Stopped for one night. Easy off and into the park.. FHU that worked great. Gravel site that worked well, level, and easy in and out. Close to interstate but quite. Very pleasant stop, managers were nice. We will stay here everytime we are in the
area. - Banker bill
Sep 2016 - $37.00
This was a nice park. We were here in June and came back in September. The park is clean and people are nice. In September they had workers from google which made the park crowded. We enjoyed the pool Would come back again. - mainesailer
Aug 2016 - $33.00
I do not recommend this location.
First: The site I was placed in, the dump line was uphill. Extremely hard to use.
Second: Lost power. Surge protector showed reason was a open ground. Had to move after setting up because of the problem.
Staff was helpful after hours.
No internet. Stayed here because I needed internet. Showed strong signal but would drop out constantly could not get work done.
After moving the new site was nice. Very little grass in site. - Long distances traveler
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Large crowded RV resort with gravel roads and sites with table. Difficult to determine sites as all gravel and at odd angles. More like a crowed campground than a RV park. Most sites occupied with monthly rigs only a dozen for travelers. Recommend inspecting sites before paying. Some sites ok for a few days, some not. Both back in and pull thru sites, all short. Lot of trees. Strong free password wi-fi, good cell signal and ota tv. Nice pool and playground. Large open pavilion with some activities and live music on weekends. 20 miles from the downtown Nashville, but only a couple miles to stores and restaurants. Staff friendly and helpful. Good laundry. OK for overnight and lower cost than other parks. Will not return. - Pepper Dan
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Second trip this year, we enjoyed the fall colors and the craft fair in in Bell Buckle. The campground is in good condition with the hosts being pleasant and helpful. Please note that the utility hookups are on the wrong side so make sure you bring adequate length of hose. Loop C has the most shade, however it is not on the water. - AU Fishing
Sep 2015 - $30.00
We love coming to Barton Springs. The camp host are always so friendly. My daughter brings her kayak and bike every trip here. Cell service is bad but nothing against that, you are suppose to be roughing it. All 3 bathrooms are very clean. Each site is very roomy. All sites are pull-through. - Campingfamily4life
May 2015 - $30.00
Stayed the first week of May to fish Lake Normandy and float the Duck River. Campground was in good shape, however the bathrooms had timed water in the shower and sinks which made it hard to use. Camp hosts and other campers were both friendly, helpful, and helpful. We were told continued work on the bathrooms are planned and additional work on the campsites were planned. We had a great time and will return. - AU Fishing