2 Parks near Lawrenceburg, Tennessee
Sep 2015 - $20.00
This is a typical state campground but the park has plenty to do and is very nice. The site we had was along the brook and had more than enough space. It was mostly level. I only had to block one jack in the front.
The only problem was the electrical hookup. It was to far away for our camper cord. Luckily we had a 30 amp extension cord or we would have had to move the camper much closer to the road.
As others have mentioned the bathrooms really need to be updated. The bathroom stalls are so small that closing the doors is a big problem.
We would probably stay again but only as a transit stop. - John Borajkiewicz
Aug 2015 - $20.00
We stayed in Campground 1, which has some sites on a small creek. Our site was good but we noticed that many sites are too short to accommodate even the smallest campers. It would be a good idea to talk to someone at the park office about this when selecting a site. Some sites have asphalt pads that have crumbled on the edges & some slope quite a bit. This is especially true in Campground 2, which is wooded and hilly. The campground is clean but in need of repairs and updates. The bath house is clean but it is very dated. The park has quite a few amenities and a lot of wildlife. I would not recommend the park's restaurant after eating there. There are other restaurants close by that are much better. I do like camping at David Crockett but it is long overdue for some updates. - User294
May 2015 - $25.00
Very pretty state park. Even though we stayed before the pool was opened on Memorial Day the park was full of families enjoying Shoal Creek which runs along the edge of Campground #1. Because we were there off season the museum was closed and we didn't use the restaurant. Trash cans were available at every site and emptied daily. If you consider the sounds of kids laughing and playing to be noise then it was fairly noisy. Such things don't bother us because it simply means the park is family friendly. It was very quiet at night, (except for some talkative owls), and early in the morning. We attempted to drive around the park before we left to see Campground #2, which is high up on a hill away from the rest of the park. It does have it's own playground. We discovered that to fully circle the park in anything higher than 8 or so feet is impossible due to a 10ft clearance bridge. Unless you are fond of LONG walks some form of transportation is necessary; although restrooms/showers were convenient the pool, restaurant and museum were a good distance away. The majority of people there had a toad and/or bicycles. I didn't see any "courtesy bags" for pet owners so be sure to have some plastic bags with you if you travel with pets. This is a challenging park for big rigs and it was even a bit hard to comfortably maneuver our 31ft MH around some of the turns in the park. I would recommend either visiting the park before staying or make a reservation via the Tennessee State Park website to be sure to get a site that has what you want/need. - RambleOn
Dec 2012 - $15.00
Nice park, nice owners, propane on site. Sites are spacious. Slow WiFi, and on weekends it get loud because of the tavern across the street from the campground. Not the owners fault. - bailmanFTRV
Jun 2012 - $20.00
Sites were gravel and mostly flat. Most of those there were seasonal it seemed. This campground is 22 miles from I-65 which we did not expect. And of course 22 miles back to the interstate. You have to use the Highway 64 address for your GPS. Minimal shade. We would not stay here again as it is too far off our I-65 route. - Sunne
May 2012 - $14.00
Passport rate for one night in a travel trailer. Would stay again, pull throughs, quiet, hookups readily available. I did have trouble finding it, my GPS didn't cooperate, so I called for directions. I left this review as it's been awhile since someone left one. - knhllh