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Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $18.00
Reflects 25% senior discount. Beautiful state park in the hills of north central Tennessee. Follow the park directions coming in here. You do not want to come in on the TN136. There is a one lane bridge over the dam that no large vehicle can negotiate. Spaces are well spaced, however many are not level, so some research is important if you need a fairly level space. Park staff is active in planning activities; we were here during the Spring Rally and attended several professional presentations with live animals. There is a pool here but it was still closed when we were here. Park was quiet most of the time, especially at night. Electric was steady, water pressure is high @ 80PSI, we used a regulator, most sites have good drainage during rain. No sewer at the sites here and dump is a ways up the road. No wifi, but Verizon MiFi and phones worked well. Bathhouses were kept clean and stocked. There is a 5 mile trail here; we did not walk it while here because of recent rains. A county road cuts directly thru the park, so you have to be alert while walking on the roads. Many birds and wildflowers here to view, we also saw fox and turkey. The dam site itself is very pretty, with picnic areas and a small swinging bridge. Be sure to visit the Overton Lodge, just for the drive. There are 2 waterfalls on the drive that are worth seeing. The staff is friendly and helpful. The office has a nice gift store. We would not hesitate to stay here again. We camped at Standing Stone State Park in a Motorhome.
Rather remote, bring what you need. Visit the one lane bridge and dam.
Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $22.00
Nice campground. Plenty of room at each camp space. You feel like you are out in the woods. We camped at Standing Stone State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2006 - $15.00
We spent 4 nights here and loved it. There were only 2 other RV's This is a hill top location with good tree coverage. Some of the sites appeared to be tight for large RV's and the pool wasn't open. Nearest large town is Livingston located about 10 miles to the east of the park. The directions say Hilham, TN but we couldn't locate a Hilham. Do not enter the park from the south on TN Highway 136 in any kind of RV as there is an extremely narrow but scenic bridge with high stone walls and a 90 degree turn on each end. There is no place to turn around as the bridge is located at the bottom of a steep hill. We camped at Standing Stone State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Rather remote, bring what you need. Visit the one lane bridge and dam.Fixn2gocamp • April 2015
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