2 Parks near Pikeville, Tennessee
Sep 2014 - $25.00
We liked the campground overall but had a problem with our site (A15). It was going against the flow of the road and took us almost an hour to get in. We noticed that other big rigs had the same problem in section A. Section B looks a lot better for our 36' RV. CG was very busy but didn't feel like you were crammed in, lots of room. We will go back! - Stu & Gerri
Sep 2014 - $25.00
We give the campground itself a 6 while the park deserves a 9. There are 5 loops in the camping area and they vary in quality. Sites are close together in most areas with little privacy. Most of the sites are un-level and have front to back sloping. Avoid loop C where sites are very small and on top of one another. There are some nice tent sites (including park and walk in). Bathrooms are typical state facilities. The park is TN's largest and offers wonderful hiking opportunities. It has great creek swimming near the nature center as well as a pool. It is very scenic with multiple creeks and waterfalls. Park is heavily used. Reservations suggested in the summer. - linnemj
Sep 2014 - $25.00
If you travel I-40 to Cookville or Crossville getting to Fall Creek Falls SP, take Hwy 101 to get south rather than Hwy 127. Hwy 127 is EXTREMELY twisty with tight hairpin turns. Also pack what you need for your stay. No box stores nearby. Fall Creek Falls State Park is a terrific place to get away from the outside world. No TV. No Wi-Fi. Cell service is spotty. But there is so much to do right there. Chattanooga is an easy day trip to Ruby Falls, Inclined Railway, and/or Rock City to name a few great sites. Bring your bicycle to ride miles of paved roads. Great, friendly staff. A very special place. - DanaMc
Oct 2015 - $15.00
This campground is an out-of-the-way place to stay. It is truly, out in the country, and the perfect spot for those wishing to avoid the big city noise and hustle and bustle.
Some of the sites are fairly level, but about half of them are so uneven that campers are required to use several boards to get their rigs level. We were lucky in that we had one of the more level sites and had no problem getting our 44' coach level.
This campground is very clean, quiet, and friendly. There is a nice pond on site which is catch and release only, and has been stocked with bass, perch, and bream.
The staff is very cordial and helpful, and works hard to keep the facility clean and in working order. We will definitely stay here again as we pass through the area. - WhiskeyMan
Sep 2015 - $28.00
This campground is a diamond in the rough! Very Very Very well maintained! Very clean facilities! Very friendly-helpful staff! Excellent place to sit back and relax! Awesome for kids! We had 4 kids with us - ranging from 7yrs old to 12yrs old...not once did we hear "I'm bored". The game room was very nice and clean! Comfy furniture. The kids enjoyed playing air hockey, pool, and foosball. Can't say enough good things about this place! Very laid back and relaxed campground atmosphere! We stayed over Labor Day weekend, and they were very busy - even with all the added holiday campers, the place was still very quiet and relaxing. - The Frizzell Family
May 2015 - $18.00
This park is about 10 miles from Falls Creek Falls. Yes, the sites are not all that level, and you will need the Blocks on the back end of your RV. But with that said, the other campground in that area, does NOT have level sites either. With this campground, the sites are all gravel, and wide open with only about 4 shade trees. No maneuvering around trees, narrow roads or having limbs rubbing down your RVs. Between the 2 parks, this one is great, hands down. Great WiFi. Cell service is spotty. 2 brothers have just open it and are doing what they can, as they can. We will be back again. We camped here with our Good Sam's group. 6 RVs. - Honeybear & Sugarbear