10 Parks near Crossville, Tennessee
Jul 2016 - $29.00
Nice wooded lot. Customer service was fair. - Ed-Kat
Jun 2016 - $30.00
On our way home from a long trip, we stayed one night only. We found the campground away from road noise and with a very clean pool for our grand kids. We would stay there again. - LDJohnsonAZ
Jun 2016 - $29.00
This is 8th or 9th year we have spent anywhere from two nights to 5 months at Bean Pot. We found the campground by accident and it was a very lucky find. The campground is only one mile off the I-40, but you would think you are in the woods. It's not the fanciest campground, but the owners and staff are very helpful, the pool is nice, the sites are gravel and level and the drainage is excellent after it rains. - ackersong
May 2016 - $32.00
Beautiful, well maintained campground easily accessed from interstate. Very helpful office staff. The problem is that it's built on a sloping hill and the sites are not level (front to back and side to side). We tried 4 different sites before finding one where the back tires would not come off the ground when leveling, even using wood underneath. There is also a lot of road noise and very high water pressure. We would probably try to find another park if traveling through this way again. - dickens
Apr 2016 - $43.00
This is a super clean, super courteous and easily accessible CG. Folks are helpful and attentive. New ownership has upgraded facilities with mostly concrete pads with some very clean gravel spots (we used a gravel), new picnic tables and overall well manicured facility. We will definitely stay here again when in the area!! Good cable, high pressure water and lots of rabbits for pets to watch, etc. - KAZIMIRA
Jul 2015 - $43.00
It was nothing special. There were walking trails around a pond. Nice dog area. - HB Taxlady
Jul 2016 - $32.00
This is one of the nicest parks we have ever stayed in. Mostly adult park, no pool but lovely small lake. I have no problem with wifi in the front area and many cable stations. It is so well kept and the owner couple are just very special people. It is like visiting family when you are here. I recommend this park highly.
Great place for a rally as they have two great buildings to use. The weather in Crossville even in July is usually very pleasant. Have been to Spring Lake several time and will definitely go again if good Lord willing. Thanks again for a great stay. - Aileen
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Over all winner for adults. Park is user friendly and lovely. Enjoyed a site that backed up to edge of lake. Furnished with new grill, bistro table, and swing on concrete patio. Really appreciate the thought and hard work that goes into maintaining the park. Only slight annoyance is inability to connect to Internet with park WiFi (firewall rejects mobile devices such as IPads) so we were mostly unable to check email. - spikedog
Jun 2016 - $32.00
You drive into the park, 1st impression beautiful.
Roads were gravel an fairly wide.
Lots were back in but pretty spacious had a concrete patio with 2 person swings.
The park had a pond and saw several people fishing.
There appeared to be several long term campers there.
We stayed at 18 different parks on our 7400 mile trip and this by far was the cleanest and nicest park.
GREAT PLACE TO STAY
The only negative is they need more exhaust fans in the bathrooms. - SubVet SSBN619
May 2016 - $32.00
Stayed at the full hookup loop. Paved asphalt site required quite a bit of leveling for our Class C: front tires were off the ground. Wonderful state park with sewer hookup. Bathrooms are old, but clean, with great water pressure from the shower head. Have stayed here several times and will stay again. - n2camping
Feb 2016 - $28.00
This is a great state park with nice large shaded or sunny lots. The price is great and the lots are well maintained. Lots may be reserved online. There is a good restaurant in the park, a lake with paddle boats and a large swimming pool. My family stays here quite often. - East TN Camper
Nov 2015 - $28.00
We will definitely go back to this park, big sites, easy access and lots to do. The restaurant in the park is very good if you like buffet style and you can walk to it from the CG. All the sites we saw were upgraded to include 50 AMP, would be nice if they would add more sewer hookups. We will make plans to go next year. - Stu & Gerri
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
Jun 2016 - $39.00
Our first time here ,won't be our last. Really enjoyed this place. There are on-going improvements that show the owners care about this place. We stayed on site 311 and it was great, plenty of shade and very level. All roads and sites are gravel, not a big deal, but was a little dusty due to no recent rains. Lake was great for kayaking, we borrowed our friends, but they have them to rent. Most all of the campground is level which is great for bike riding. Caught several fish from the lake, and they even had a fish fry for Father's day, that was free to all. I would recommend staying here to anyone that asks. - Tn22
May 2016 - $39.00
The campground is very clean with spacious sites. There is lake access and fishing. There are 3 cabins right on the lake. The staff is courteous and very friendly. The bath house/ laundry have just been updated and very clean. The campsites are can accommodate any size RV. If you are looking for a nice quiet place to camp this is the place for you. - Artie612
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
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
Mar 2016 - $8.00
It feels like home! We received a wonderful welcome from the owners/managers (such nice people!) The trees have not budded out yet and pots and pots of daffodils are such a welcoming sight by the office. So much improvement each time we visit this park! They work so hard to make this such a beautiful place to stay. Sites are gravel and mostly level. Each site has plenty of room. Lots of places to go locally. It is so beautiful up here on the plateau! We just love it and plan to return each year. - lindaguthrie
Nov 2015 - $10.00
This is a small, country campground run by new owners. The sites are fairly level and roomy. The bath house, though not fancy, was clean, with a secure locking device. The owners were very friendly and helpful, and are doing their best to upgrade the premises. The clubhouse has been freshly painted and it has a new front deck. The free wifi was very good. It's a good place to get away from it all! - maryal
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 2015 - $49.00
I have lived here for two years. During that time, the facilities, including the laundry room, grounds and restrooms have been maintained well. I have not used the pool or any of the play ground areas. The management works very hard to assists it residents, be they short term or long term like me, to meet their goals. I readily recommend this facility as the nicest in the area and off the interstate far enough to allow for quiet living. The lake is beautiful and draws people most of the year. I should add that there are two loops on the lake and one that is farther away from the activity for those that want a quieter place. - Jan Thomas
Sep 2015 - $49.00
To echo the previous review on this facility, it was very nice. Office staff and camp hosts were so friendly and helpful. Wish I could have joined them for coffee and chatted - really good people. We will return. We were here late September so not a whole lot of activity. Pool was closed, which was not an issue for us. Our site was out on the end of B Loop so our RV backed up to the water which was great. They seem to have a lot of rules but not all are strictly enforced as was mentioned in a previous post. There was a Class A that was clearly more than 10 years old and was covered with mold/mildew on at least one side. Vast majority of RV's were in good shape although some may have exceeded the 10 year age requirement - no biggie. They also say no storage is allowed under RV's - many RV's had a lot of items stored under them. I'd say the majority of sites were seasonal, which is fine as they are well kept and the people are super friendly. All that being said, this is a very nice and scenic park that is well taken care of. We hope to return around the same time next year. - iceman308
Aug 2015 - $49.00
First all this is a beautifully maintained park. The bathrooms, pool and recreation area as well as the main office and grounds are all well maintained and new. The staff was very nice and they do ask a lot of questions about you and your rig to make sure it meets their min requirements such as age and condition. They also ask about you animals if any as well. With that said I think it is also worth pointing out that the spacing of the sites are VERY close to each other and there is little if any shade or foliage between the spots which makes you feel even closer.
There are a lot of campers here that seem to bring a lot of "stuff" with them. I walked the park several times during my visit and I believe that many of these people live here or keep their RV here full time. I noted many of the sites are over running with all the camping accessories they bring. One site has no less than 6 large Propane bottles while others have 2-3 motorcycles wedged into the tiny site. I also saw many sites using eazyup canopies, storing large items such as kayaks, multiple bicycles, and there are golf carts everywhere. Most of the golf carts are jacked up with big wheels and feature a full stereo system so they can listen to music as they ride around the various cart paths. Since the sites are so close to each other and the drive ways so short it is difficult for many of the campers to store their stuff on site so the cars are twisted in at various angles to fit on their site. The park offers ample off site storage for boat trailers, sea doo trailers and it is usually at least partially full.
The RV parking sites are also very narrow meaning that you rig will fit but often you walk in and out of the unit on to the ground because the concrete doesn't extend far enough for you to walk on to.
I don't want to sound too negative with the comments above because some of these things are just a function of a family style campground as opposed to a "Motorhome Resort". - edonsmith
Apr 2014 - $26.00
We loved this place from the moment we pulled it. Warm, welcoming staff, clean campsite, and nice hot showers. What more could you need? The site we chose was right on the water and was shaded by large mature trees. We will be back to this place, what a treat! - Handyandy
Oct 2013 - $25.00
LOVE this place, relaxing, quiet and beautiful on the lake. Great place to ride your bikes around, fish, enjoy the scenery or just nap the day away. This is one of my favorite local campgrounds and one that we return to year after year. - EastTNGirl
Mar 2012 - $26.00
Staff was friendly and helpful. Restrooms were clean although a bit dated. Entire campground was tidy. Perhaps the best part is that campsites were spacious and many right next to the lake. Views were incredible. Bring a kayak or canoe and enjoy paddling around the inlet. Also, there were a couple of really neat restaurants in the area. There was no sewer hook-up. Additionally, there weren't organized activities for children or teenagers (at least in the spring). I'm told Wi-Fi is available in the summer but it wasn't turned on in the spring. This was a negative for someone who unfortunately needs to check into the office online. Overall, the scenery is so wonderful that all other deficiencies melt away. I'd recommend it to others and would camp here again. - trillium