Nice spot to stop off while passing through. Very nice office, level gravel site, with great free WiFi. Easy on and off the highway. Would definitely stop here again. We camped at Texas T Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Great place to stay if you are on the road and need a place to stay overnight. It is just off I-65, easy on, easy off. Really nice folks at the desk. Every thing worked as it should. Level sites, with easy hook-ups. Would stay here again if traveling north or south on I-65. Big rigs swing wide at the entrance to the camp as the driveway is a bit narrow, but NO problem. We camped at Texas T Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $38.00
This is a good overnight park since it is very fast and easy to get to from the interstate, but there is noticeable road noise day and night. Most sites are level but fairly close together. Cable TV is limited to a couple local channels, but the WiFi works quite well. We camped at Texas T Campground in a Truck Camper.
Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $26.00
For what we needed this is perfect. We are just passing thru and needed a place to stay for the night. Right off the interstate, pull thru, flat, full hookups if needed. Friendly office staff. Even though it is right by the interstate, the noise didn't seem to bother us much. We camped at Texas T Campground in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
This campground is open year round, so if you're a snowbird and need a nice pull thru place to stop, give this place a try.
Date of Stay: December, 2014 - $32.00
Located close to the interstate, which does allow some noise, but not much. The site are very level and are all gravel with full hook-ups. I would stay again, very nice campground nestled in the Tennessee hills. Located about 20 minutes from any town. We camped at Texas T Campground in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Jack Daniels Distillery is about 30-45 minutes away.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $30.00
Older park with new owners. Nothing fancy. The 50 amp does work and it's on a separate breaker not at the site. Gravel roads, and some of the trees need to be trimmed as you work your way around the park. Close to I-65. Friendly helpful staff. A good place to stop for an overnight. We camped at Texas T Campground in a Motorhome.
Rate includes tax and Good Sam discount. We were passing through and only stayed one night. Family owned and operated. Not many amenities, but each bathroom (sink, toilet, shower) is private, clean, and plenty of free hot water. We had a full hookup site that was level, so we did not unhook the trailer. We would stay here again. We camped at Texas T Campground in a Travel Trailer.
We had a nice site. The bathrooms/showers were clean and ample. There was room to walk the dog. It is a new owner and they are really trying to make it work. It is convenient from the highway. We would stay here again in our travel trailer. We camped at Texas T Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $25.00
We loved it. As others have said it all revolves around the owners. But I went for a bird hike early on the road just east and found a bonanza. It has almost all pull-throughs and so easy. We will tell anybody who uses I-65 Tennessee exit 27 that this a diamond in the rough. We camped at Texas T Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $26.00
Stayed here one night passing through the area. The owners were terrific. There does not appear to be much to do, but the ease of access from the interstate makes it ideal for an overnight stay. Sites are fairly level and all gravel. Mostly pull-though sites. Easy in and out. We did not use the facilities or the Wi-Fi. We will stay again if passing through the area. We camped at Texas T Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $26.00
Great overnight stop when traveling. Open year round, right off Interstate 65. 50 amp pedestals do not work. Shows 50 amps and then changes over to No Service with very little power draw. Good 30 amp service. Owner states “We never have a problem except with the new big rigs.” Level sites, all pull-through. Good Verizon MiFi available. Campground wifi available for $1/night. Friendly owners on site. We have an all electric motorhome. Will stay again but only for overnight travel. We camped at Texas T Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $28.00
Wi-Fi .5 meg down, 2.5 up. Ok for email. This is a Big Rig park and a park for an overnight while traveling. It is 100 yards from the interstate and noisy in our hybrid tent trailer unless we run the fan. Big Rigs arrive late and leave early. It is very clean, very spacious, very level. Looks like trees have been removed in favor of Rig space, so shade is limited and spaces with it occupied. Very friendly, helpful staff. One of few campgrounds we've use with no leaks from water/sewer connections. No leveling needed. Very nice picnic tables each site. Very clean restrooms and showers. The "store" very limited. Other than propane and an underused laundry and baths, nothing. Would like them to carry firewood, but we're the only one of 30 rigs that used it in two days. No minuses. Price is Good Sam rate, though not a Good Sam campground. Everything they can control, they do, and well. Location for on/off interstate excellent. If you can seal out the road noise, good place. We will not return because we are a hybrid tent trailer. We camped at Texas T Campground in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $28.00
An OK place to overnight during your travels. Just bring what you need because it's basically in the middle of nowhere and there is nothing else at this exit, not even a gas station. The sites are close together (think KOA-style) although there are several mature trees for some sites if you want shade. The site was fairly level. The sewer connection was near the front of the site so you may need a long sewer hose if you have a long camper. The cable TV was bad (only about five channels, very snowy and not high def.) Over the air we received about three stations for a total of about 10 channels. The camp store has extremely limited provisions, just a few cans of soda and that's about it. The owner was friendly enough. The playground is not much, basically a small swing set; however it's in a nice-sized field for the kids to run around in. I would have rated this park a little higher if the restrooms were cleaner. There are three individual rooms with a toilet, sink and shower in each. One room smelled like urine, and all three needed more aggressive cleaning. While the floors and countertops looked like they were cleaned regularly, the back of the entry doors in all three had what appeared to be years of crud that needed to be wiped off. Light fixtures and one countertop were broken. There was also only one hook to hang your things and it was on the other side of the wall alongside the toilet. Basically, it's time for the restrooms to be redone. Also, the sites looked like they could use a little sprucing up. There was dog waste in a couple of spots in our site, the utility pole light was burned out, and some of the sites had markers where the numbers were missing or falling off. I don't mean to make this place sound terrible, because it's not. It's just not as nice as many of the other places we've stayed at. For an overnight it's fine. We camped at Texas T Campground in a Travel Trailer.