Pretty nice campground. Some sites are close together; the water faucet for the site next to us was almost under our awning. All sites are shaded. The creek behind some of the sites is nice. Good planned activities by the rangers. We went to a hoedown at the picnic shelter. Lots of children riding bikes and scooters so you have to be careful when walking dogs. The park has a sand beach at the bottom of a steep hill, but you have to drive there. The state park is very large so go in the main entrance at the north side of the park. The entrance sign is small and is on the opposite side of the road from the entrance. The inn has a restaurant with a buffet and Friday is seafood night. I would recommend the Clement Hotel Railroad Museum in Dickson. They gave us a personal guided tour for $4 each. We learned about the history of the area including Montgomery Bell, iron production, and the railroad.
Decent, quiet park. We got nice sites (79 & 80) with large trees & a creek at the back. The creek has a beautiful rock wall at the back side of it. Concrete pads are level. Lady in the office is very nice & friendly. Had fire rings & a picnic table. Two wandering cats kept our dog on alert. The nearby Pilot House is a pub with drinks & great food. The owner is working on installing a large group fire pit. The other side of the campground seemed to have seasonal campers and we did not see much activity there. Cape Girardeau is a very nice city to visit. The murals on the flood wall are amazing. There is a traffic circle on the way to the campground so plan your route ahead of time. Keep on the inner circle and turn onto route W.
Nice concrete pads with full hookups and boardwalk along the lake. The clubhouse has a pool & a room with a kitchen that is nice for group meals. A large fire pit with a rock wall around it is near the lake and nice for groups. Only five sites have lake views. No cable TV at the sites and our antenna did not pick up any channels. No trees or shade. No picnic table at the sites. Quite a distance from town. The grass must be Bermuda or Zoysia because it was brown in April. When you enter the park, turn right to get to the office to check in (the sign here is too small to read). I would not rate this a 10/10/10 RV park.
We loved this unique campground. The sites are terraced into the side of a mountain yet the sites are perfectly level. Between sites are rhododendron shrubs and ornamental grasses for privacy. We walked to the rental cabins and some of them are along a beautiful babbling creek. There is a wonderful trail next to the tent area that is surrounded by rhododendron shrubs so that it looks like a tunnel. Words cannot describe how unique and beautiful this campground is. The people who work there are adults and really care about the property and guests. It is a good base for activities in Black Mountain and Asheville.
Nice, quiet campground with large sites, shade and lots of trees. In Chapel Hill there is a grocery store, Dollar General and a country diner. Is is a good base for visits to Columbia (tour the President James K. Polk home) and Lewisburg. The Henry Horton State Park restaurant is across the road and has a good buffet. We could not get any television channels using the antennae. The sites have asphalt driveways and the edges are crumbling so you have to be careful to get fully on the asphalt when you back in. The road through the campground is very bumpy due to deteriorating asphalt - no pot holes, just uneven asphalt. There is a hill near site 30 and the kids like to race down it on their bikes. The camp hosts were very friendly.
This campground is a city park with narrow, pull-thru campsites that do not have much grass. The trees have been heavily pruned to accommodate slides. If you are an arborist, you will not like the way they have pruned the trees. They do not allow dogs that are Pit Bull, Rottweiler or Chow and claim that this is because of a county ordinance. The party room with kitchen is nice for club meetings. Dollar General is across the street. Down the street is a great restaurant called Portofino's (Greek and Italian food) and the I-75 indoor flea market. When you look at a map, this campground is actually located in Rossville, Georgia. It is easy to miss the first entrance driveway, so slow down when you see the sign for Holiday Trav-L-Park. The entrance and the sign are on the right side.
This campground is owned by the City of Florence. It has 3 rows of sites. One row has a view of the Tennessee River, one runs down the middle and one is next to the Tennessee River backwaters. The tent sites are right along the river. Half of the campground has tall pines for shade while the other half does not. Some of the sites along the backwater are sloped down to the water between the pads, so the ground may not be flat between you and the next site. Picnic tables are concrete and the pads are asphalt. There are no fire rings so you have to bring your own. Our antenna picked up no television channels at all and they do not have cable. The marina has a restaurant with a bar. Some sites may require 2 sections of sewer hose. It is best to plan your route so that you do not have to drive through downtown Florence, because of a right curve to Rt. 20 that is not well labeled just before the bridge over the Tennessee River. The park is right off of AL SR20 (Coffee Road). The park has a fishing pier and disc golf. Downtown Florence is very nice with restaurants and upscale shops. The home of Helen Keller is in nearby Tuscumbia, Alabama and has "The Miracle Worker" outdoor drama in June & July.
Wonderful campground with large, wide, long sites lined with tiny gravel and lots of grass between sites. Each site has a long table with a roof, a fire ring, a grill, a lantern stand and a small table. The sites on the Caney Fork River have a wooden fence at the back of the site and a hill down to the river. We only got 3 PBS TV stations with our antennae. Very quiet and relaxing. We saw several men who had caught trout in the river or brought their canoes or small fishing boats. The campground is right next to the Center Hill Dam. The closest grocery store is about 5 miles away in Gordonsville.
Nice park but very isolated. We stayed in area A site 8 with sewer and there was a large grassy area across the street where children played frisbee and kickball which was a little noisy around supper time. The sites have a lot of gravel and not much grass. There was no Verizon phone service. The park has a general store, but there are no grocery stores, restaurants or gas stations nearby, just miles and miles of trees. If you have any type of serious illness, I would not stay here because the closest hospital is miles away. The trails have a lot of rocks and roots. The two waterfalls did not have much water flow when we were here in mid-September.
Tims Ford has a satellite campground called Fairview Devil's Step at the end of Fairview Rd. off Hwy. 50 in Winchester. There are 38 sites with 30 amp electric & water (no sewer) and 26 of them are right on Tims Ford lake. Nine sites are paved and the rest are gravel. They do not take reservations. Checkout is 3 p.m. They are very strict about the no alcohol rule. There is one restroom that is quite old; the showers have a concrete floor with a drain. There is a public boat ramp here so you can park your boat at your lakeside campsite. This park is beautiful when the dogwood trees are in bloom in the spring. There are several nice restaurants in Winchester around the square.
It is unfortunate that this campground does not have a water faucet at each site. We stayed at site 159 in a class C, and our electric hookup was way back in the woods so we had to add an extension cord to reach it. Fortunately we had enough water hoses to reach past the next campsite and fill up our holding tank. The hiking trail through huge rock formations and up a waterfall was fabulous. The buffet at the lodge was delicious.
This campground is nice with large campsites and new, clean restrooms. We stayed at site 66 in the lower loop and it was so sloped toward the road that we used 3 boards to raise the front end of our class C and it was still not level. The street lights are not that bright, but they are kind of annoying if you want to look at the stars. The utilities are wonderful and are all contained in a concrete pad. My Verizon cell phone worked fine. The Azalea Cascade Boardwalk trail is an elevated wooden walkway through the woods and it is wonderful. The Upper Loop camping area is nicer because it has more trees. The shows at the campfire ring are very nice because they have a screen for PowerPoint presentations.