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6 RV Parks near Park City, Tennessee
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Park City. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Park City in the left hand column.
Nov 2018 - $25.00
Nice campground with lots of grass area and lake. There is a rifle range which we could hear bug didn't go to see. We were in the newly install pull-thrus. The current rating of 8 is a little generous in my opinion. There is nothing there except a park with the typical dirty public restrooms. The camp host was really nice, courteous and escorted us to our camp site. For new installed I was surprised at how un-level the site was. Make sure you have a pressure regulator, my meter pegged at over 100psi. Our leveling jacks coped with it OK but the rear wheels were off of the ground. Campground was quiet. We would probability stay again but not in a pull-thru. After walking around there are better back-ins. - newbies2016
Jun 2018 - $25.00
Stayed in October for a week and enjoyed this park, will be here a little longer this time. They have added 10 pull through spaces, gravel road and spaces, appears they are for short term stays. This park is much busier than before, I wonder if it is due to the great reviews. - retirednrving
May 2018 - $25.00
This park is an absolute jewel! It's about a 30-minute drive to the Space and Rocket Center. Pristine setting with just about everything you would want for a peaceful few days. There are walking trails, a swimming pool, ball fields, a fishing pond and acres of beautiful open space. One of the prettiest parks we've found. - RDABBA
Oct 2011 - $25.00
We contacted the owner once before we began our trip but were unable to reach him while traveling to the park or upon arrival. We walked the site before attempting to drive through the covered bridge or up the steep, loose gravel driveway. We decided to drive on to a state park rather than stay in such an ill-kept, vacant, poorly mowed "park". - franklintwo
Jul 2011 - $25.00
We stayed because it was our only option for Lynchburg except we later noticed a city park that allows RV's which would have been just as good. It was very hard to get hold of the site management, and the place is in disarray. There is moving equipment everywhere. It was OK for overnight, but there is zero shade. The owner said he had too many irons in the fire to take care of the park. We had to hunt him down to pay him. Would stay in the city park next time. - mikeandann
Jul 2010 - $25.00
We stayed here one night traveling through. Easy access to campground. All sites have full service, 50 amps, water and sewer at all sites. Would stay here again when traveling. I only rated it a 7 because it would not be a good, long stay location for us. Overnight it was great. - dmoore1108
Sep 2018 - $32.00
On our second visit to this state park and camping at the Fairview, Devils Step side we found the park has changed much. Overall, the State Park would get a very high rating from me. The employees are wonderful and helped us often. We love the hiking trails. The Fairview Campground is horrible. It was good a year ago. The roads have washed out and holes have been filled with sandbags. I do understand that people can trash a bathroom and that's beyond a host's control but the trashed bathhouse should never stay that way for over 24 hours. One shower stall smelled of urine. Another shower stall had a questionable solid on the bench and floor for at least two days. Since we are a 36' motorhome and can't easily fit in the main state park, we won't be returning. - Michaeljess
Aug 2018 - $30.00
This is a nice state park right on the lake with lots of paved and unpaved hiking trails as well as a nice golf course. They had WiFi equipment installed, but it wasn't turned on yet as of Aug 2018. Verizon signal in the campground was spotty, but on the golf course it was fine. TRAILERS OVER 25' - chose the outside of the loop. All of the sites are very short, but on the outer sites the ground drops away so you can back up to the curb and let your trailer hang over. On the inner sites the ground slopes up, so you will very likely bottom out if you try to back in too far. - joshjack
Oct 2017 - $31.00
This park is wonderfully maintained, and is very scenic. We would definitely go there again if in the area. - Calteri
Mar 2017 - $25.00
This is a very, very casual site. There are no signs with the after-hours instructions, and if you forgot the site number reserved for you you are out of luck until the next morning. The camp itself is right on the water, but it's an open field with no trees. If you want trees, stay across the street at Tim's Ford St Park. The camp was clean and plenty of room to back in to the spots. The spots are pretty wide and level. Wifi is very slow. - joshjack
Nov 2018 - $28.00
Campground in State Park located in the hills above Huntsville, AL. We stayed in space 75 - FHU and Level!! Cell service and OTA was OK, No dish due to trees. There was a washer and dryer in the restrooms that worked great. In the park there is a Japanese Tea Garden to walk through, as well as a nice North Plateau Trail that was a nice mix of forest and scenic vistas. Plenty of stores down the hill in Huntsville to restock at. - Davishouse2
Oct 2018 - $26.00
We booked our reservation online... when we arrived our assigned site had no sewer even though we had booked a full hook up site. The staff was very accommodating and moved us to another site which did have sewer. We have Verizon service and our phones TV and hotspot had zero connection. We then thought we would go to the Overlook to see the view at night, as we were told it was an amazing sight unfortunately at 7 p.m. the gates were locked and there was no way to get to the Overlook. All of the trails also close 30 minutes before dark. Since we could not do anything after dark we decided to try to watch some TV using local channels, they were completely pixelated and unwatchable. We were scheduled to stay 4 days we are staying one night and leaving. I am not coming back to this park. Unless you want to hike during the day and sit in your campsite at night BTW the site seem short the only area there is to do anything is a small square gravel area, where the picnic table is otherwise it is full of leaves sticks underbrush and many areas of drop-off. Make sure to read comment about driving here..come in Governor Rd still a climb but not to bad. - Moonwillow
Oct 2018 - $31.00
We stayed one week in a 40 foot 5th wheel, spot #60 (Oct. 2018). This is a beautiful park with a friendly staff, well known for the abundance of wildlife- especially deer and birds. Please read our tip about GPS routing to the park.
The park has numerous hiking and biking trails- trail running is also popular in the park. The trails are in several sections, some of them are within the campground proper, the main trailheads are located a short distance from the camping are and a few of the connector trails can be accessed directly from the camping area. Another extensive set of trails are located on a land trust at the edge of the park. There is an old paved road that is now closed to traffic that allows easy access to the land trust without having to drive to them via Bankhead Dr.
The dump station is easy to access and well maintained. There is a lovely Japanese Tea Garden in the Park. One trail leads to an old fire tower that is fenced off, it was one used as a NASA observation station.
The park can get crowded on weekends, reservations for the best sites would probably need to be made well in advance. Most sites are 30 amp without sewer. - William1977
Sites: 68 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 8 Reviews
May 2018 - $32.00
Price $37 including $5 tax. A long stay section loop on a hill side with a lower short stays flatter loop, plus a smaller hilly loop. Fine gravel site surfaces. Paved CG roads. Some sites under beautiful tall trees, others in the open. Beautiful views of the lake and along side cove. Cove sites good for boating access. Clean bath house with men and women toilets on front and 4 showers on back. A large sandy badminton court but no playground. One dump. Nice hosts. A boat trailer ramp around the hill off the CG. - 210jem
Jun 2017 - $31.00
We have enjoyed the campsite one week end a month last year and this year. We are retired and would really enjoy camping at Devil's Step if it were open some of the winter months. My only complaint is the gravel on the pads. You can't keep it out of the campers it so small it makes a mess and cuts vinyl floor covering. - Scarlet Holloway
May 2017 - $31.00
This is one of the state parks that has gone thru a remodel. For once the state got it right on this one. Pads are wide and level. 50amp power. But the things I didn't like were folks riding around on golf carts, a van with its generator running and dogs not on a leash. I saw a park ranger ride thru several times but she didn't address any of these issues. The campground host wasn't helpful either. Also there are full timers in this park. - chub