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5 RV Parks near Denmark, Tennessee
Oct 2018 - $33.00
Stayed here as an overnight stopover. Great little park. Very welcoming check-in. Quiet! Even though other reviews spoke of horrible driveway conditions, it wasn’t really bad. We just drove slow and had no problem. Would definitely stay here again if in the area. Make ya feel right at home!!! - butch&brenda
Oct 2018 - $30.00
This was a one-night stay for us. We called ahead and were told that they'd have something available and to just come on in. So we did. The first (and main) negative is the very bumpy, rutted gravel road leading into the park. This is a 5 mph kind of road and since it is about 1/4 mile long you bump your way for a while. However the pull-throughs were straight and level and long enough to not have to unhook. As mentioned previously the electrical hook-ups are a little rough looking, but worked fine. Overall a perfectly fine place to stop for a night or two. - Mark & Teri
Sep 2018 - $33.00
Wonderful overnight stop. The road coming in is kind of rough, lots of potholes and channels cut in the road from the rain, but it's graveled and, I'm told, not prone to get muddy when it rains. The park is owned by a 91 year old WWII vet, who still does the mowing, and his wife. We checked in late and only met the wife, but I intend to stop by the office tomorrow before we leave just to meet him. The parking sites are gravel, level, and plenty long enough for our 38 foot motor home and car. We'll definitely stop here again. - HC-JC
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Parking on asphalt with in the ground hookups. I mean down in the ground with standing water and/or covered over with dirt from run off to access faucets. Sewer hook ups covered with singles. all down in the ground. I looked at the website and it was nice. I should have looked at the comments section and I did not. Lesson learned! it worked for an overnight stay but would not do it again. Basically its a trailer park with added on 8-12 RV sites. It was almost dark and I had been driving over 600 miles so I was ready but I will stop and review campgrounds better next time. - byrdr1
Apr 2016 - $30.00
We have stayed here before when passing through for the night. It was an OK place for one night. The price is now $30 and very run down. There are about 15 sites up front on asphalt. The sites are very close. I don't think I would be able to park my trailer between two other RV's and put the slide out. There were about 8 long term RV's in the front sights. We won't stay here again. - Traveller101
Apr 2016 - $30.00
This was a one night stop for us on our way to Nashville. The park is mostly long term residents with an asphalt parking lot at the front for transients to park. The spaces are very tight, but do have full hookups. The owner was very nice guiding us to the place he wanted us to park. The park is right off I-40 and easy to find. It was adequate for a one night stay. - HappiLeeRVing
Apr 2017 - $32.00
As stated in the other reviews, this is a mobile home park with permanent residents that also has some spaces for RVs intermixed with the mobile home sites. The sites have concrete ribbons to park on that is filled in between with gravel, the rest of the site is grass. Our site was large and level, no need for blocking. Verizon has a strong, fast signal, satellite reception will be spotty because of the trees. Since the sites are perpendicular to the street, some of them could take some careful maneuvering to get into. We stayed here on a Saturday and did not see management. When we talked to them on the phone; he assigned us a site number, told us where it was located, told us the cost, and told us to leave a check in the drop slot at the office. Overall, while it has only full hookups and no amenities, its a decent place to overnight or even spend a couple of days. If you're looking for the "RV resort experience", pass this one by. But, its better than Walmart. - Starmaster
Apr 2017 - $32.00
Older mobile home community with a few rv sites. All back-in sites. Narrow gravel pad. Hard to maneuver into site. Had to unhook to level fifth wheel because pad badly sloped from front to rear. Lots of traffic noise. Hook-ups okay. Strong water pressure (60 psi). Definitely recommend pressure regulator. No WiFi or cable. Would not stay here again. - Life's good
Nov 2015 - $27.00
This is the second time we have stayed here in our motor home. Mostly permanent trailer homes. Very quiet at rear of park. Traffic noise at front.
Manager most obliging. Good laundry, TV room and pool. 50amp , water, and sewer. OK for large rigs.
Grass and gravel sites where permanent trailer homes had previously been.
Will stay again when passing through. - Kings USA Travels
Sep 2017 - $24.00
It's a pretty park. The campground is very old , it's difficult to maneuver on the very narrow interior roads with lots of curves , hills & trees, many of the sites are backwards, designed to pull in & back out. Very true icky with our 36 ft motorhome., but we found a suitable spot for the night . We stayed one night on the way to Alabama I should add they are going to update the campground - jstrom
Sep 2016 - $20.00
This is a great state park for things to do with the family. However, the RV park is terrible. The roads are extremely tight. The campsites are not level and also very tight. There is no rhyme/reason as to where the water/electric hookups will be. The was was very close and the electric hookup was near the road on the opposite side of the camper. I had to use a 50 ft RV extension cord to reach the panel. This park needs some Major improvements. The camp hosts are great and the Rangers/park staff are very nice. Unless you have a pop-up or a <16ft Camper, go somewhere else. I will tent camp here but I will never bring the TT back here. - User387
Apr 2013 - $23.00
Goofiest campground I've seen. First loop read "Trailers only" so I went to the next loop. There the sign read "Horse trailers only" and so I continued on. The third camping area was for "Tenters only". Now I had ran out of campground loops. Went to the store and no one was there. Turned around and went all the way back to the "Trailers only" camp and after three spots found one fairly level. Later when the Ranger came by I explained what I went through. He agreed it was confusing, but "trailers" meant RV's also. He also said I needed to go a bit further past the store to find the ranger check-in station, although no signs to that effect were about. Since I was already set up he said just to come by in the morning and pay, which I did. The lady inside was at a complete loss as to how to input my stay into the computer since I was leaving. I left my $$ on the counter and wished her good luck. Bathroom/showers were well worn but usable. Oh the joys of camping. - Traveler John
Jul 2018 - $10.00
This is pegged as a resort but there is nothing resorty about it. The site was a mixture of grass and gravel. This interior roads were poor. There is a pool but little else. We stayed here because it is in the Coast-to-Coast network but would not use it again. - slay
Jun 2018 - $18.00
We arrived very tired after 8 hours of driving about 4 pm. Went to office and it was locked so I called the number for assistance. The lady said they were out of town and wouldn't be back til tomorrow. I made reservations a month ahead and called to confirm while on the road, and no one said there wouldn't be anyone in the office. She told us to go to site 44 which was down a drive we had passed on the way in, so my husband had to back our 42 footer up about 80 feet and take the road described. When we got to the camping area, there were many full timers there who had trash lying all over the place. We couldn't find the site because it wasn't numbered. I asked one of the campers where it was and he pointed it out. All sites appear to be back ins. On top of all that it was a gravel site and if you got off the gravel you would sink in the mud. Then the hookups were beyond the back of the site and so was the sewer. It took 3 sewer hoses to reach the sewer which we fortunately happened to have. The lake is all overgrown with some kind of weeds and the whole place is in need of cleaning up. There was no switch to shut off the 50 amp when plugging in, which is dangerous! It is a huge overstatement to call this place a resort! - overogal
Apr 2018 - $15.00
Run down, coast to coast park. 50 amp was good. No breaker in power box. Sewer connection a very long run, back of motorhome. There is nothing here (ATVs side by sides, deer hunting park, maybe). - kimbo1