5 Parks near Savannah, Tennessee
Dec 2016 - $38.00
Once again, our camping experience here couldn't have been better! We love this park! The owners and the workers couldn't be more friendly or accommodating. We stay here at least twice a year. In the summer we love the salt water pool for late afternoon dips to cool off! Very well kept and clean! - Mary Schuman
Nov 2016 - $35.00
Very nice private park with ownership that obviously loves to RV. We were accompanied to our level, full hookup, easily accessed pull through where all amenities (30 amp, water, sewer, cable) worked great and were in good repair. Fantastic WiFi, which is a rarity in campgrounds. Limited Verizon LTE. We took advantage of the 2-washer, 2-dryer laundry which was neat and clean and worked great. Campground is right off the road, with good interior roads and signage. Lots of information for the surrounding area available in the office. About half the park appeared to be long-term stays. Would definitely return to this park when in the area. We stayed three nights to take in Shiloh, Corinth, Pickwick Landing, and Florence AL. - Janau NC
Oct 2016 - $33.00
Wonderful park. It is very clean and neat, and had decorated the entrance with pumpkins, hay, and mums for fall! The owners and staff were great. - DedeG
Aug 2007 - $25.00
We just happened to see this place as we were visiting Shiloh National Battlefield (which is a beautiful place btw). The RV park appears to be abandoned, even though hookups were visible, they looked ancient. There was not anyone camped here except a very old camper with a beatup Camaro parked out front - no tow vehicle. Guess he lives there. We moved on to Pickwick Dam campground (12 miles) which was wonderful. If you see the sign for Battlefield Campground - don't bother. - TheGrandMan
Oct 2015 - $16.00
One of the cleanest parks we've seen in a while. $16 with Geezer card. Level sites for our B with plenty of trees, just below the dam on the river. Campground host/manager was super nice and very accommodating. Only spent one night on our way south. Would definitely return. - garmp
Jun 2015 - $16.00
Multiple stays here now over 10 years (traveling full-timers).
Upgrades completed to last loop (C?) including the bathhouse. Large ADA-compliant concrete pads & walkways to bathrooms, nice. Removed many trees in this section now so there is not nearly the shade there was - trees / shade remains in the other sections that have not been 'upgraded'.
Loop C remodeled showe rhouse is nice, but they lowered the water pressure to nearly nothing, and it sucked! Luckily the 'older' bath houses (there are two) have strong pressure, good even with the shower valves you have to push to stay running.
As always, TVA sites are a good value - even with the recent turnover of management to a private vendor. We paid $16 a night with our Federal Access Pass. A great place to stay. - TheGrandMan
Oct 2011 - $20.00
Sites in pine woods. We had a great view of the TN River. Friendly campers. Easy access. Lots of space between sites. Dump facilities easy to access. Gravel boat launches for fishermen. This is a great "campfire" place. Biking is pretty good. Fishing and biking is all there is to do. You can tour Shiloh Battlefield and play golf at Pickwick State Park. The smell from the pulp factory was obnoxious, but did not seem to bother my husband. - c31245
Jun 2016 - $16.00
Very nice park, but most of the sites are not level. Ours required minimal leveling, but some are significant. Full shade and large sites make it nice. Dump station and dumpsters are nearby. The park is very boat-centric, with a large marina and rentals. There are also 2 swimming beachs and a couple of short hiking trails. Would definitely stay here again. - rosie and ruby
May 2016 - $30.00
The park is right on the river below the dam. The campsites are spacious and well-maintained. The only complaint was that there were only 2 showers in each bathhouse and 3 bathhouses for the campground. It is quite a large area for such few amenities. - MThome
Feb 2016 - $10.00
We visited midweek during a chilly rainy week, so we had pretty much our pick of a site. Despite this, it was nearly impossible to find a site that was level enough, even with a full set of leveling blocks under 2 wheels. The site we finally settled for was quite muddy, with a stream flowing across the pad during the heaviest rain. Though the shower room was clean and heated, the water was barely lukewarm, making for a bracing experience on a cold day. Very friendly helpful staff, and very attractive price. - Tim B.
Sep 2015 - $20.00
Very spread out. We stayed near the back of the park. The mediocre playground was a .75 mile walk with several hills. Roads are paved throughout. Concrete pads and patios. Several sites right on the water. Shoot for the first loop. - foosh
Jun 2015 - $20.00
This price was for full hook ups. Nice park but pretty secluded. If you are going for site seeing, you do a lot of driving. It is 5 miles back to main hwy. Our site, #25, was not level front to back & website said moderate slope. Whole site was sloped, not just pad. We tried to view on Google earth but couldn't see due to trees. Not a good site but we made it work as we were no there a lot & when our neighbors went home we sat on their pad in the evening. - clinicaide
Sep 2014 - $14.00
Fun park to visit. Drive way was steep and site actually too small. We called and talked to a staff person and we were told that the site was large enough for our rig. - HaveDieselWillTravel