11 Parks near Crossville, Tennessee
Oct 2016 - $27.00
Easy access to interstate. Narrow driveway. Roads inside park are easy to navigate. Stayed here one night in 40 ft. motor home. - Mustcamp
Oct 2016 - $16.00
Our third time at this nice little campground wasn't quite as good as before. Site 13 was long and level enough not to have to unhook, but it had low overhanging branches. We chose not to use the cable but then our antenna got hung up in the branches. Had to get on the roof to disentangle it and get branches out of the way of the slide awnings. Interior roads are tight but manageable. Some long-term units not in good shape. A lot of yelling and door banging going on by nearby long-terms. Sewer didn't work well but that might have been only our site. Campground owner is very nice and you can't beat the Passport America price. - all4pets
Oct 2016 - $16.00
Very nice staff in office. Easy check-in. Long site allowing up to stay hooked up. The business west of the RV park does something with rock cutting and stacking for shipment. They start at 6 am in the morning. - Traveller101
Aug 2016 - $10.00
Small quiet RV Park, our site was somewhat unlevel but most looked good. Many trees provided shade the laundry was ok except the dryers were not working that great. It's about 20 minutes to town. We would return. - rjsupersonic
Jun 2016 - $4.00
We were only here a couple of days, but the campground was very nice, clean and friendly. It would be nice to have a pool, but we wouldn't have had time to swim anyway. I will definitely go back. They had great wifi. - Dkkirkland
Jun 2016 - $17.00
Had a great site backed in between the trees so it was shady almost all of the time. Very quiet.
It is a ways out of town and off the highway. - mrracechaser
Aug 2016 - $34.00
Stayed for overnight Aug 2016 while visiting family as we passed through Crossville. GPS took us right there. Easy access off main road. Small but very well maintained park in attractive quiet country setting. Very clean. Sites are gravel and level. We have 34' class A RV towing car. Our pull through site was a little tight getting in but no real trouble. A bit short with the car in tow, but we got in OK. All 3 Slides all opened fine. 50 amp service was reliable. Had nice shade trees. Picnic tables and firepits at each site. Nice people. I would definitely stay there again when in the Crossville area. A little pricey at $34 with Good Sam discount but I won't complain because I'll pay extra for a clean, well cared for facility. Didn't use the restrooms so don't have feedback on them. Nice large grassy area to walk the dogs. Small pretty Lake. Playground. Not an "RV resort" but quiet and comfortable. Would definitely recommend. - Uglider
Mar 2016 - $15.00
What a little gem this city park is! Great staff, beautiful lakeside location, spotless bathhouse....all for a very reasonable price. There are 8 RV sites with W/E(20/30/50A) hookups and 5 tent sites with water-only hookups. Sites are open, but there are some trees for summer shade. Fishing is the main pastime here. There is a boat launch and marina.
The only thing I can find here that is a problem is that sites are very unlevel - even with levelers on our rig, it took nearly all my blocks to get us fairly level. - WxToad
Oct 2016 - $31.00
In looking for "something new," highly-rated, and within a reasonable distance (in this case, 2.5 hours) for a weekend outing, we decided to check out this place, and it was a solid choice.
About four miles off I-40, easy to reach, and nice and quiet. Attractive setting, with a small lake in the park's center. Level, very spacious sites with easy hookups. Grounds and facilities were extremely clean and well kept. Good cable and Wi-Fi. Staff very personable and helpful.
While this park is aimed at more of an "adult" crowd, our 8 year old grandson gave it a thumbs up, with plenty of grass for play, and a fire pit for s'mores.
We don't do a lot of repeat visits, but we would return here. - Pappaw57
Oct 2016 - $31.00
Great clean park on a small lake. Well maintained LONG gravel sites with concrete patio and picnic table. Easy access to sites. Close to shopping and diesel. - sesicsailr
Aug 2016 - $36.00
Level site, good utilities and satellite reception. Great view of pond. Pavement, grass, gravel site. Quiet, one of our favorite campgrounds when traveling cross-country.
Bad service rating because we waited for 30 minutes before someone showed up to check us in. No explanation. - Kid911
Oct 2016 - $28.00
I would not recommend a big rig use this state campground. We drove into the park in a forty footer and had much difficulty negotiating the roads, although the branches were trimmed up high enough and the roads were just barely wide enough. there are actually a lot of sites a larger coach can fit into, but backing up and getting into them, turned out to be a major problem. No sewers and the dump station is a little difficult to get into but it can be done. This are lots of trees in the area, with no overall view of the water, but was very quiet at night. I believe we were in site 36 but can't recall exactly. Many parks don't have reservations after labor day, but this park did, so you have to find an open site, then go to the visitor center to pay for it. - elduque
Aug 2016 - $28.00
Only problem was backing into space: not much maneuvering room. Had a full hookup with sewer. Beautiful park. Due to a medical emergency had to extend time. Staff very helpful. - cox
Aug 2016 - $17.00
We stayed in area 4, very shaded, woodsy, and quiet - site 106. The only reason I did not rate the campground a 10 is that, first, the outside sites in this area are so sloping that it was impossible to get level with a motorhome (it didn't really bother me, but bothered my husband), and second, the water & electric were on opposite sides of the site. If we hadn't had an extra hose, we could not have hooked up to the water. We noticed site 105 had the same set up. Otherwise, everything was wonderful - a beautiful campground, wonderful creek with walking trail, lake with rowboats, kayaks & canoes to rent, and a great restaurant. And very clean bathhouses. - roydogs
Sep 2016 - $44.00
Very nice KOA just off the I-40 Interstate. Easy to get to, via secondary roads. Interior roads were asphalt and easy to navigate. Water, Sewer & electric were easy to get to and well updated. Park is very clean, quiet and nice. There was a pool (but we didn't use it). Our site was gravel, but very solid. There were also long concrete pads that were very level. Close to Crossville. - usamacdonald2
Aug 2016 - $49.00
A one night stay. Arrived after hours and found paperwork where it was said to be AND tge host broke away from personal work to escort us to our site. Roads paved & sites concrete with picnic tables an fure pits. Pull through long enough to accommodate MH & toad without either encroaching in the roads. Easy access from the interstate. Adjacent highway generates moderate noise but its very limited at night. Downside: for big rigs the pads are narrow, resulting in stepping from the coach into the grass (for some people this is a big deal). The narrow width of both the pads and roads means big rigs transgress into the grass (this too is a big deal for some). - User1161
Jul 2016 - $28.00
The rate reflects our discount after using our KOA Value Card points. This is a basic KOA campground that is in a pretty area of Tennessee. The park is laid out well and easy to get around, but it could use a few more shade trees in the front section. The campground wasn't overly busy but it seems that a lot of people like to use this park as an overnight stop because it is clean and easy to get to from the highway.
The owners are very friendly and helpful. When we arrived we were greeted by their very affectionate Cocker Spaniel who is in charge of keeping the many rabbits and ducks in line. I was surprised to see that even though our site had a cement slab it was not level. I thought that was the point of having cement slabs. The sites in the front section, which are mostly pull through, are fairly close together but we still had enough room to put the awning and slides out and cook dinner. There was some road noise in the early evening but it was not excessive. The cable worked fine and the restrooms and showers were clean and worked well. We only stayed 1 night so we didn't use any of the other facilities in the park. If I am in the Crossville area again I would probably choose this KOA again. - Freelander1
Mar 2016 - $34.00
The campground looks like maybe it has new owners who are trying to turn it around. There is still a lot of work to be done. When we first arrived, we almost asked for a refund and left. The site that we chose was nowhere near large enough for our setup and the CG has some tight spots to maneuver in. However, the employees here did a great job in trying to ensure we had an enjoyable weekend. The site we were moved to was nice 50/30A FHU site with no issues whatsoever. They also have a lake for fishing. A pool, which was not open yet, is on the grounds and looks to be very well maintained. The basketball / tennis court was nice, but the hoops had some issues that need immediate attention. outdated sandbox and a shuffleboard / horseshoes area. We did not use the bathrooms so I cannot comment on those. Verizon service was great. All in all, we had a good weekend sitting by the fire as a family, and in the end, that's what this is all about. If you're looking for a decent place to get away, this is a good spot. If you're looking for resort quality camping, you might want to move along down the road. - James S21
Mar 2016 - $34.00
This park has a lot of trees, in fact it is like a village in the woods. The Wilderness Lodge is made from logs and has a restaurant, large television and games area for children all in the same large room and the owners live on the two floors above this area. The owners guide you to your campsite and they are friendly, nice people who will do anything to make your stay a great experience. The resort has a wonderful large, sunken, rectangular hot tub in a special building, a wood-heated salt water swimming pool and a lake with catch & release fishing. They have very nice log cabins. There are many activities during summer weekends like barbeques, fish frys, movies and wagon rides. It is dog friendly. It is close to the interstate but does not have traffic noise and is very peaceful. They have 50 full hookup RV sites. If you do not like a rustic campground with log buildings and many trees, you will not like this campground. If you are trying to have a wilderness escape, you will love it. - Lini
Oct 2016 - $36.00
This is a hard one for me to rate. The property and the lake are absolutely beautiful. The sites are very big. The hook ups are good, the cable is decent but the wifi does not work. My husband and I got one night with Passport America and that is reflected in my nightly rate. Check in went well at a store at the very front of the park. There is a secure gate and they give you a gate card to go in and out with a $10.00 refundable fee. This makes the park pretty safe for children. Once through the gate you drive about 1 mile though the dustiest roads to the sites. The section we stayed in was a loop. The inside sites are ALL gravel not a piece of grass in view. The outside sites are mostly gravel with a little grass here and there and woods behind. Basically it looks like a big parking lot which is sad because it could be a beautiful park. Too bad the sites weren't around the lake...that would have been incredible. For the bad...yes it is a large park and you would think it would be great for walking and biking. It is not. I went biking each day to the store and around the park. I stayed on the roads and because the park is so dusty every time a car or golf cart passed I got swamped in dust. I felt like Pig Pen my whole stay. It made a possible great ride very unenjoyable. Forget about our vehicle. We never left the park because it was so filthy. First thing we did was go to a car wash when we left. The laundry room is $1.50 per washer and $1.50 per dryer. The bathrooms looked clean but there is no A/C in either building. My husband caught one small fish on the lake. Anyway...what could have been an incredible park was not for us. - younglisa
Aug 2016 - $19.00
What a lovely setting. Level site with lots of room. Close to beautiful lake. We could only use Passport America for one night but that's all we needed. Another campground in area was very limited on when you could use PA so we picked this one and glad we did. Helpful, friendly staff and locals. My only suggestion would be better signage within the park. It's very large and we were lost a couple of times. We will definitely return. - tb919
Jul 2016 - $32.00
We were able to use 2 discounts, 1 night Passport America and 2 nights Good Sams. The owners have made a number of improvements and added sites. The park is gated, was very clean and staff was helpful. Card to get in the gate is $10 but is refunded when card is returned. We stayed in site 131, which was very level and gave us a full view of the lake. We will be back. - Grammy8
Oct 2016 - $49.00
The park in in a beautiful setting mostly long term. Put us in a site that we had a lot of trouble getting into because there was a light pole, and a couple of other poles where the truck needed to be when backing in . - BJ&ME
Sep 2016 - $49.00
Beautiful setting next to the lake. Very friendly staff. Paved sights and nice pool. - dovetail
Aug 2016 - $41.00
Very nice park on Watts Bar Lake. Great place to rent a boat and keep it at the dock just steps away from your campsite. Great pool, clean facilities. The majority of the campers are long term or even permanent residences but most all campers, trailers, or motor homes are reasonably well kept. I think many are over 10 years old so they must not enforce that rule. Close to grocery stores, restaurants, shopping. Very convenient to I-40. We enjoyed our stay at Caney Creek. - camper914