6 Parks near Linden, Tennessee
Jul 2015 - $20.00
The park rangers were very friendly respectful, and very easy to get along with. There were good and friendly campers close by. There was a very small amount of trash left by the last campers, but no problem there. The campground is the largest and nicest I've been to. There's a lake for swimming and fishing. There's playgrounds for children to play in. There's daily hikes the rangers take campers on to teach them different things about the plants and animals and fire starting. There's also boating, fishing, geocaching, golfing, hiking, swimming, horseback riding. I found the campground very peacefull and easy going. - jimLE
May 2015 - $18.00
Rate reflects senior discount. Beautiful, rustic state park, located several miles from any town so bring your supplies with you. There is a small convenience store about 3 miles away, grocery store in Linden or Parsons. Heavily forested, the main campground was clean, staff friendly and helpful. They have a nice visitor's information center with a gift store. They sell firewood and will deliver it to your campsite. Roads are asphalt, pads are gravel...most are fairly level. The park has a lot of hills, walking and biking can be challenging. Nice fishing pier and small swim beach. Restrooms were clean. There is one washer/dryer, old, but they work fine, reasonably priced ($1.00/.75). Park is kept clean and neat. Sites are nicely spaced but the camping loops are small; it was mostly empty and quiet while we were here, but when full, we expect it could be noisy. They have a walking trail. Playgrounds looked clean and modern. Electric was steady and stayed on. Water pressure was 40PSI. They have trashcans in the campground at each site. There is a primitive area about a mile from the main entrance for tents. The park also has back country camping. We enjoyed our stay; it is a very nice state park. We would definitely stay here again. - Fixn2gocamp
Sep 2010 - $17.00
Mousetail Landing State Park is one of the newer parks in the Tennessee State Park system. It is a beautiful little park located on the Tennessee River. The campground I am writing about is the RV campground located in the main park. There is also a rustic campground that is lakefront that has several really nice tent sites or you can dry camp in a smaller motorhome or TT. The RV campground is located atop a steep hill, but once you get there it is shady and quiet. (I can't stress enough that the access road is very steep.) The road on the third loop is very difficult to get a longer trailer out of. We were pulling a 31' TT and had the truck off the road on one side and the trailer tires in the ditch on the other side. Our new 40 foot 5th wheel wouldn't make it. If you camp here, you'll love it. The rangers are super friendly and there is a lot to do including fishing, boating, and hiking. The Buffalo River is nearby and it is an excellent river to canoe or tube. There are several small fish restaurants just across the Tennessee River in Perryville and the food is great. There is a convenience store located near the state park, so if you forget something it isn't far to get ice, drinks, gas, diesel, or whatever. - PERRY4
Jun 2015 - $28.00
This is a small private park close to I-40 exit 137 and the Tennessee River. The pull-through sites have full hookups. All sites have 30/50 amp power. Several of the full hookup sites are occupied by seasonal campers. There are cabins and a house for rent. A pavilion is at the top of the hill and a pond with fountain at the bottom of the hill. We did not use the restrooms. The manager is very talkative and helpful. We arrived at dusk and there were a lot of mosquitoes. We stayed here because the nearby park had dog breed restrictions. The manager here was very dog friendly. This campground is in a rural area and not near restaurants or gas stations. It is an OK place for one night since it is near the interstate. The manager prefers if you arrive by 7 p.m. unless you call and make special arrangements. - Lini
Jul 2016 - $43.00
Park was clean and had lots of trees. It was also quiet and mostly used as an overnight stop, which is why we stayed here (we did not have a reservation). The park was a little tight navigating our 43.5' 5th wheel, however, it was able to be done without a lot of work since the park was mostly empty; if it had been dark or more busy, it would have been difficult to navigate. Site was not very level and was just long enough for the RV. But for an overnight stop, it was OK. - Rv warrior
Jul 2016 - $42.00
I have a 30' Bumper Pull travel trailer. Most sites are short. We parked in a pull thru site that that was barely long enough for truck & trailer. Sewer dump was at the front of the site close to 20' from my dump outlet. Had to pull half way out the next morning in-order to dump my tanks. They do have a dump station but it was pretty busy with everyone leaving 1st thing that morning.
The pull thru sites are kind of close together and for that reason we were not allowed to have a campfire which we were really looking forward to after a long day on the road.
Very clean KOA. Would probably stay here again as an over-nighter, if we could get a site with more room and allowed us to have a fire. - arkansasmel
Oct 2015 - $40.00
Didn't like this place at all but had to stay somewhere. Sites are very close, the road noise was the worst I have ever experienced. This is a old KOA and it shows it. The dog run is a joke. I guess if you have to get off the road for the night its OK but I wouldn't want to stay here longer then that. Verizon worked OK. - NPmoto
Hohenwald, Tennessee (map) | (662) 680-4027
Sites: 32 | Latest Rate: $1.00 | 13 Reviews
May 2016 - $1.00
Food = nothing close by
Price = FREE... it's for me!
Experience = Super clean and not crowded at all... bathrooms were really spotless. The Natchez trace and all it's FREE campgrounds are excellent!!!! - Clayton Turner
Apr 2016 - $1.00
We stayed for one night while in the area. This wonderful, free campground is situated on the Natchez Trace, close to shopping and services in nearby Hohenwald. Since we were passing through we didn't want to unhitch and found a fairly level pull-through. Very quiet and wooded, the campground did not fill on our weekday visit. - Marsha D
Feb 2016 - $1.00
What a gift that the NPS provides a free campground along this beautiful historic parkway. The campground is clean and paved and located in a hardwood forest with numerous marked hiking trails. Garbage cans and fire rings at each site. Water spigots scattered about.
Our only difficulty was that it was hard to find a level site. Most all sites tipped significantly to one side, and it took us awhile to find one that would work even with 4 levels of leveling blocks under 2 tires. Numerous pull through sites . - Tim B.
Oct 2015 - $1.00
We stayed here for three nights on travels down the Natchez Trace. The campgrounds is part of the National Parks services and is free. All sites roads & sites are paved, there is a camp host that is very friendly & helpful. Campground has no services, they do have clean washrooms. This is a very quiet place to stay, it gave us a great location to explore the area from. - JD1040
Oct 2015 - $1.00
This was a nice, free campground along the Natchez Trace. Very wooded and good separation between most sites. It could benefit from a campground host since it looked like a couple sites had families living in them, and also to enforce the use of generators during the night. The campground is close to the site where Meriwether Lewis committed suicide and where his grave is. Groceries and other supplies are available in nearby Hohenwald. There is no electricity or dump station, but for a short stay it's ideal. - Marsha D
Aug 2014 - $0.00
This campground was great! If you want solitude, level sites, nature sounds to lull you to sleep, this is the park for you. First night, shared the park with 2 other campers in the other loop closest to the restrooms. Didn't even know they were there until kids rode by on their bikes. Clean, large sites, beautiful scenery, a great park for a few day boon-dock stay. Definitely will return. On a cautionary note, there was a reported, but unconfirmed by officials, sighting of a timber rattlesnake. So, wildlife is present. - vagabond woman
May 2016 - $25.00
Great state park, full hookups, right on lake. Our site was right on water with beautiful view of sunsets, and moon rises. Park is well maintained, every site cleaned after every stay. Very quiet. All sites are spacious, typical of most state parks. Great hiking trails. This is remote and cell coverage was weak, but we loved it. Closest towns were Lexington, about 15 miles, and Jackson, about 30. About 50 miles from Shiloh national battlefield, which was exceptional. We stayed 9 days , sight unseen, and were not disappointed. Would definitely return. - lc47
May 2016 - $34.00
This is a great state park if you don't mind driving a ways off the interstate. It takes about 20-25 min. from I-40 to get to the Pin Oak campground. We find the drive worthwhile and have stayed twice now just for an overnight. There are great spots on the lake with full hookups. We were able to get about 5 or 6 TV channels with our antenna. The road to the campground is very good, as are the roads inside the campground. Sites are spacious and it was not hard to get level. We were in site 27; it and nearby sites have great lake views and privacy. - Thor MC
Oct 2015 - $28.00
We stayed in Pin Oak loop site 76. All of the sites in this loop had sewer. $28.00/night. The picture showed the lake behind the site, but this was not correct. It was to the side with lots of trees blocking most of the view. Any map of the park is deceptive. It was a long way from Pin Oak campground to any other area of the park. It made it hard to explore the area on foot. We were in a 31 foot class C. We had reservations so we went straight to our site. Rarely saw the ranger and people who did not have reservations were unsure of the process of what was available and where to sign in. - winnie1