6 Parks near Crossville, Tennessee
Jul 2015 - $26.00
The campground has some sites wide enough to extend the awning. Many do not. Some sites are a little difficult to enter and leave with big rigs. The staff is very friendly and always accessible. - SomedayCame
Jun 2015 - $15.00
This is a convenient final stop for us before home when traveling east on I-40. Office staff is nice. Campground is neat, clean and attractive. No traffic noise. A few spaces look possibly tricky to exit due to trees but we've had no trouble so far. No trouble leveling. Lots of shade. Good wifi. Will definitely stay again. - all4pets
Mar 2015 - $27.00
We checked in later after dark & staff was extremely accommodating! It was a bitterly cold night & did not hook up to water but their restrooms were very warm & clean! - RV-NCcamping
Jun 2015 - $15.00
Our last night in Tennessee, we chose Lake Breckenridge, Crossville, TN. It is an older park that was just bought in January and needed a lot of tender loving care. The couple who bought it was the camp hosts who worked it last year and when it came on the market they couldn't pass up the chance of buying it. They knew in advance what they were getting into and hit it full steam ahead. Since buying it, he had lost over 50 lbs. And his blood pressure and blood sugars were back down to normal. Shows what some hard work can do for you. There is a lot of work to be done. The camp has quite a bit of the old amenities which need to be improved. But overall we would highly recommend staying here. - DigMyPast
Jun 2015 - $15.00
This is one of my favorite "in the country campgrounds". Quiet location - almost all sites under large oak trees. New owners this year have upgraded the restrooms and the Wi-Fi. At the time of our visit the renovation of the clubhouse was over 80% completed.
Lots of local sightseeing available- and several non-chain restaurants offer interesting dining out experiences.
Not to missed is the Cumberland County Playhouse which offers NY Broadway quality performances. (Sound of Music and Mary Poppins during our stay) This is not a DESTINATION campground, but rather a quiet campground where the laid back atmosphere is the destination. - cdrfred
Apr 2015 - $15.00
The location is between Nashville and Knoxville off the I-40. Even though it is several miles off I-40 through beautiful scenery on country roads (not a problem for a Class A), I would stay here again.
The sites are on hard gravel and are level. No problem for large RVs. I didn't see any pull thru's but the back in spaces are wide and long and easy to maneuver into. The internal roads are good. I counted at least 75 sites. A few are in the process of being repaired. The new owners have only been here 3 months.
I got my satellite to work great.
There are plenty of trees, but this time of the year there are no leaves. Phone service showed that I had 2 bars. Internet is the best I have had since I left California. I am close to the office .The shower/bathrooms were freshly painted. There are two washer and dryers. Some sites have cement pads. There are a lot of site with BBQs and picnic tables. We stayed here in out 36 ft motor home. Full hookups. 30 amp. $2 more for 50 amp. Passport America campground. We were allowed to stay 5 days at ½ price. Family owned and working hard at making it a better campground. The club house is still closed, but they are working on it. All other positive reviews from rv parks review are correct. I would give it 5 stars except for the ongoing work to be completed. None of which would cause any problems to campers. The new owners are very friendly and helpful. - Jimmyk
Apr 2015 - $44.00
This KOA is an acceptable stop for few days. The park is big enough to get around without issues. Roads & sites are gravel & like many KOAs, they place sites a little too close together. They have several full hook up sites suitable for big rigs, although the ones in the back of the park don't have cable TV. The full hook up back in sites are easy access from a wide road and can take most big rigs too. Then they have about 15 very long W/E only pull thrus which would work fine for any rig. All park trees are young so there's no shade. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The park was well maintained and I can tell they are working hard. Each site has a picnic table and most have a portable fire pit. Wifi worked well up front where I was & cable TV was good. They had a couple of catch/release fishing ponds, a dog park, playground, & various things to keep kids busy. Both Verizon & ATT had strong signals. - Danno
Jul 2014 - $45.00
Nice KOA and exceptional staff. We stopped overnight and wished we had more time to stay. Would recommend anybody looking for a nice kept, well run campground check this one out. - Tomandgloria
Sep 2012 - $32.00
Staff was pleasent enough, lead us to our sites. The trees along the road to the hilltop sites need to be trimmed. They brushed the sides of the coach until I moved over onto the grass, No WiFi or cable back there but needed the sewer after 3 days without dumping. Probably would not stay again. - goldsp8
May 2015 - $20.00
Stayed in Section 1. Our site was sloped - so it was hard to level motorhome even with electric jacks. The inner sites seemed to be a little more level. Loved having sewer hook up at a state park. Sites are paved. Quiet at night. Plan on staying longer next time. - n2camping
May 2015 - $20.00
The scenery is nice and the sites have all new electric, The roads are narrow and very steep. Many of the sites have a very severe slope. If you have a large rig, it will be a challenge to get level. Some trees need to be trimmed. We had to move, from our reserved site, to find one we could almost get level in. - retiredfields
Sep 2014 - $18.00
10 easy miles off the highway. This park only has one pull through. We arrived on Monday and 80% of the park was empty. We were told to pick our site and report back. I walked back to the office to pay while my husband set up camp. I was informed that when looking on the computer, she found the site was already paid for. The persons had paid for that night but apparently left without informing the office. We picked up camp and moved to another sight. Site 109 is the best one there in our opinion. Secluded, easy back in and very shady. Once in our own site, we had a delightful time. We would stay here again while driving through TN on I-40. - Pat and Rex
Apr 2015 - $17.00
There's nothing to say about this place but praises & compliments. Beautiful, tranquill, extremely well kept & managed RV park. 200 acres & 25 acre lake makes this the place to set as your destination. We will be coming back here for a longer visit. - RV-NCcamping
Nov 2014 - $32.00
We were staying for a week, so wanted something quiet and clean. We got all that and much more. This is one of the cleanest, most pleasant parks we have stayed at. This was the off season, so there were few others in the park, but it was evident from the beginning that this is a well-run, meticulously groomed park. The staff was very professional and friendly, and went out of their way to make our stay enjoyable. The utilities, electric pedestals, water lines, and sewer hookups were updated and fully functional. Water pressure was good, as was the voltage. I always seem to have problems with Wi-Fi in RV parks, but Deer Run didn?t skimp on access points. We stayed at two different areas in the park (one area was shutting down for the season) and the signal was excellent all the time.
The park is 3 ? miles off the main road, but the quiet was exquisitely worth the drive. Imagine a spot with absolutely no traffic noise and no railroad! We were parked with a nice view of the lake and the only noise was the occasional honking of geese and quacking of ducks. The roads were smooth, and the sites were all squeaky clean. There aren?t enough superlatives for this place. - Menno
Sep 2013 - $31.00
Beautiful clean RV park. Super friendly and helpful staff. We used Passport America for one night and Good Sam for two nights. Will definitely use this RV park again. - Barry & Annie
Jul 2015 - $30.00
This is our second time here. The only real complaint was the tall thin man with the beard that took us to our spot was very rude. When we first got there we had to rush to the store and didn't realize it was one way he let us know real quick he came running at us screaming and then started yelling to NEVER do that again. I won't as I will not be back. The only other thing is the trash pick up you have to carry it to a central spot and they have four 33 gal cans to put it in. The park went under new ownership while we were there so. They may have made the changes. It is a very clean park and easy access for big rigs. - jamie1
Jun 2015 - $35.00
Senior RV Park that is nicely arranged with adequate room between sites. Sites are gravel and fairly level. Concrete patio with table, swing and grill. A small fire pit with free wood if that is your thing. Utilities all worked well and was super quiet. Small pond in the middle that we were backed up to, bull frogs croaking at night. Staff was friendly. We were in a 38' MH with toad. We will return here if ever in the area again. - jlc
May 2015 - $35.00
One of our stops when traveling across Tennessee. This park has gravel interior roads and camping sites that are level and long enough for the largest rv. Good water, strong and continuous electric current and Wi-Fi that work well for us. Great staff and led to our site and help me back in thus making the job of setting up much faster. Enjoy the outdoor furniture and swing that goes with most of the camping sites. Also, a lake that you can fish and release during daylight hours. We will return in the near future. - bigdaddy and bigmama