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19 RV Parks near Englewood, Tennessee
We did however find 19 campgrounds within 25 miles of Englewood. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Englewood in the left hand column.
Mar 2018 - $20.00
The owner was very friendly and helpful. I probably would not stay here again only because the sites are just too short for our rig. I would have had to move our toad if the camper next to us had wanted to leave before us in the morning. We are in a 40 foot motorhome with a Ford F-150 truck in tow. This was just a quick overnight for us. - D&K
Oct 2016 - $24.00
A "best kept secret" of East Tennessee RV Parks. Not large (10 pull-thru and 10 back-in sites), but the sites were level, gravel, and well kept and all had 30/50 amp, water and sewer hookups. A few sites appear to have long-term occupancy but very neat. The setting is gorgeous -- wooded, but sufficient open space for roof-based satellite use. Staff was very friendly. The park has been for sale by the owners for 2 years, but continues to operate as normal. No frills (no pool or laundry, for example), but easy access to the freeway and quiet. - nationcruiser
Sep 2016 - $27.00
Older park, average or less time spent maintaining the park; owners are trying to sell and you can tell they are not interested in putting any more cash into it. A little hard to get a large 5th wheel or motor home into the sites used for over nighters. Sites further up the hill look ok for larger rigs.
Restrooms old but clean. Ok for an over night. - PJ's Park and Play
Aug 2017 - $27.00
Seasonals have taken over. 3 or 4 very poor slots available. Gravel spots are overgrown, the pedestals falling over. cable connections don't work cable laying on the grounds. A lawnmower has not seen this area in quite some time. Electrical wavered a bit as the night went on. Sites are very short. The 'owners' no longer staff the office. Someone drops in late in the day. Pool is closed (even in season). I am sorry to say this place is darn near gone. NO 50amp or sewer in overnighter area. - Mushroom
Oct 2014 - $15.00
We have stayed here for a month every year for the past 4 years but this year will probably be our last. The campground is for sale and maintenance is being ignored. Most of the pull-through sites have power and cable issues and are very tightly packed. The grass was about 6 inches tall when we arrived and no one cut any of the sites for the whole month we were there. Fire ants are everywhere. The host are not friendly but this is nothing new for this park. This park is fine for an overnight visit and easy to get around in, although a little hard to find behind Krystal's. - dandg
Sep 2014 - $24.00
This property is up for sale. The facilities are getting run down and shabby looking. Hookups are needing updating and repair in some instances but nothing much is being done. The pull-through sites are barely long enough for a 40' coach and small toad and are crammed together with your neighbor's sewer hose next to your picnic table. Trees between sites make slide deployment iffy. Other than a quick overnight, don't bother. - lllkrob
Aug 2017 - $54.00
Went there for a 3 night stay during the total eclipse. I was told that there wouldn't be any difference in rates due to the eclipse, but when we arrived, it was doubled. I didn't want to start my eclipse weekend with a fight, so I just paid. There are 22 sites. The staff was super friendly. Wi-Fi is a hit or miss. I wasn't sure if it was just the sheer number of eclipse people. Not much in amenities, just a clubhouse with a TV, darts, and I think a pool table. A couple of coin op washers and dryers were in between the restroom/showers. The ladies room had 3 toilets and 2 showers. There are RV'ers that rent monthly there, so some places look more lived in with fences and such. The terrain was of grass and gravel. Hilly as expected in TN. I watched motorhomes turning VERY slowly down the narrow, gravel road so as to avoid sliding. My site was pretty nice with morning sun and afternoon shade. Lots of trees in TN. Usual hookups, picnic table, and a tractor trailer wheel for our fire pit. Overall, nice location in the countryside, but the clubhouse, restrooms, and laundry room are clean, but old and tired. Everything is very rustic, but that what camping is! :) - Texas Flag
May 2017 - $24.00
Narrow steep gravel lanes. Remember that if you're pulling a large towable. Mostly long term older rv's. Not an easy task to get out of. Dogs barking and our pad was so narrow our steps hung over just a couple of feet from a drop off. Then dealt with a muddy red mess on the other side. Ok for a quick overnight if you need hookups. - csbunz123
Oct 2009 - $20.00
The staff was friendly and accommodating. The roads are a little steep, but were no problem to negotiate with a 36' coach. The gravel sites were a little eroded and not level. It took a lot of blocks to even get close to level on our site. The WI-FI worked good as did the cable TV. Some sites are too wooded for satellite service but some of the upper sites are clear. This is not the fanciest park, and the sites are small and a little close to each other. With the Passport America rate it is worth every penny. There are many things to do in the surrounding area and we would stay there again. - rgatijnet
Jun 2018 - $12.00
This is advertised as a motorcycle-friendly business. There are open fields for tents and small campers, cabins, and sites for larger RVs. Electric service is limited to a few of the sites. The owners are very friendly and helpful. Cabins have heat and A/C and are furnished with bed linen & pillows. - Frank Fish
Aug 2012 - $12.00
Commonly called 'Gee Creek Campground', we love staying here. The campground is very nice & very affordable. The staff is great; especially, the rangers. They offer interpretive programs most evenings that are very interesting. The playground is awesome. The river is just yards away through the woods, offering a good place to wade, swim, & fish. We highly recommend this campground. - Jennings
Jul 2018 - $46.00
Lot 46 is a "deluxe" lot with a beautiful patio. The only problems with this lot is 1) very unlevel gravel and 2) sewer is no where near the rest of the utilities. The patio is large and elevated with brand new furniture. The tree they advertise on the lot has been cut down so there is no shade on patio until late in the afternoon. I inquired about an umbrella but they did not produce one. Nice quiet campground but many of the lots are unlevel. I was told that that is the way it is in TN. I would return but not to this lot. - Freedom Bus
Jun 2018 - $43.00
Park is mostly shady, quiet, close to I75, well kept, and good customer service. Roads are all paved but some tight turns. It was so tight to pull out of our campsite (41B) that we think we may have gotten off the pavement as we turned. Although we never expected it as there was no drop off, the coach tipped to the point that we felt like we were going to tip over. Very sobering. We have over 47,000 miles on our 2016 40' motorhome and have never tipped that far. If you use that campsite, be very careful as you do your tight turn to the left as you leave. There were trees all thru the campground but we could get satellite service from the campsite that we had. They do escort you to your campsite. Our campsite was somewhat open, grass, unlevel, fire pit, and a picnic table. We were able to get both Sprint or ATT cell service. - don-marg
May 2018 - $40.00
We had a pull through even though we came in not long before closing. We had stayed here last in 9/2016. This is a nice stopover and there is a very good Southern restaurant just across the interstate called the Dinner Bell. Buffet breakfast and I think all meals are buffet. There is room for big rig parking if you are just passing through. - leciel19
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Stayed 2 nights to fish the Hiawassee. The manager was really nice but the park needs a lot of work and a good cleanup. It is apparently just out of bankruptcy after 5 years. Also now known as Eagle Cove RV park now to clear up that confusion. Trash is my pet peeve with cigarette butts at the top of the list! Lots of those around, dead bugs in the bathrooms, broken picnic table, trash in the fire ring, dead landscaping, fields that needed mowing......etc. No cable and unlevel sites for $45 per night was just poor value. The park did get WiFi the day we arrived but you had to go up to the bathrooms to connect. They did not take credit cards as well. Lots of upgrades in the future plans according to Jim. Great potential with a beautiful location. ...... - Blowfishqueen
Apr 2016 - $30.00
Before peak season, this park was a hidden gem. We were there in April, and the park had only two other rigs during the week, with a few more on weekends.
The park backs up to a large undulating feild, bordered by the Hiwassee River. Mountains are picturesque in the distance. There is a lot of green space.
Pull through sites were level on our end, (site 35), but a bit steep further along. All other sites appeared reasonably level. Utilities were fine. Wi-fi at the lodge was spectacular. Hosts were very friendly and accommodating.
We stayed an additional week, and will return next year if possible. - Sheryl E
Nov 2014 - $36.00
NO WIFI, rock road had lots of potholes that showed a lack of R&M. Bathhouse looked nice and clean, but we didn't use it.
Beware of the turn off the highway into the CG; it's hard dropoff that can/will scrape the under-carriage. Likewise for entering hi-way from the CG. - Rick and Sandy
May 2009 - $30.00
Very nice wooded campground. Better sites are unfortunately reserved for seasonal campers, otherwise they would be rated higher. Camped in a 33' Motorhome, and length was pretty tight - sites ideal for smaller campers. Managers seemed very nice. - Knox Camper
Aug 2006 - $20.00
Stayed in a popup. Beautiful campground on Tellico reservoir. Easy access, and our site was PERFECTLY level - no adjustments necessary. All the other sites looked level as well. All sites appear to be nicely shaded. WARNING: If you google this campground, most web sites spell the name "Notchey" (with an "e"), however the "official" site spells it WITHOUT the "e". - bentrider
May 2017 - $59.00
Wi-Fi does not work. Very few pull through sites. Overpriced for its location and services. - Geno1986
Jun 2014 - $34.00
The view is lovely, but we will not be returning. This campground is not family friendly. We were supposed to have a two night stay but after returning from our rafting trip we were told to leave without refund because our dog was barking from inside the camper. We asked around and most campers said the dog was not a problem. We had done all requested of us including providing shot records but had the distinct feeling we were not welcome from the time we arrived when the campground manager suggested we tranquilize our pet because she did not seem happy. We have taken her camping a lot and have never had a problem before. The campsite was small; so was the bath house. I think this is geared for local use not for travelers. - munrofamily
Jun 2011 - $24.00
Quite out of the way, perfect for a weekend to spend or go rafting in the area. The owner, will work with you on late checkouts, etc so you can get back from rafting before going home. Our site was level, shaded. There isn't much room between sites, but room behind to sit on the banks overlooking the river. There is even a boat doc and extra parking for boats. We had decent Verizon service. - the burtons
Oct 2017 - $38.00
Stayed here for 10 days in October. Very nicely maintained park, but a bit expensive for what you get. They have longest list of rules I have ever seen. They actually lock the gate at 10pm. No alcoholic beverages visible at any time. All of the various parking restrictions did not seem to be consistently enforced, however. This is a place where campers bring all of their toys. - NKA
Aug 2016 - $38.00
We stayed here in Toqua RV park for two nights on our way south. We had a very spacious site with all the room we could use. The RV Park was full on the weekend as we arrived on Saturday night with families enjoying the lake and their boats. There were lots of rules but that's a good thing because there was no junk lying around and it was very clean. Wi-Fi was average speed and no cable TV availability. - Blowfishqueen
Sep 2014 - $37.00
The Tellico Lake Campgrounds bill themselves as a "resort". That might be a stretch, but it does allow them to charge more. Yes, there is a gate with a pass card to get in and yes, gates are locked at night. We had good WiFi and over the air TV got all major networks. Spaces are large, level, and easy to maneuver in. Roads are paved and provide nice venue for bike or hike around the campground area. Biggest gripe was of the 76 spaces, only about 25% were for transients; all others are "resort" rented for season (March to November). That makes it hard to get a site for the casual visitor. But, it keeps them in business. Worth the stay if you can get booked in. - Too-wow