Best RV Parks in Tennessee

RV Parks in Tennessee

With its stunning natural beauty and endless opportunities for outdoor recreation, Tennessee is the perfect destination for RV travelers. From the Smoky Mountains in the east to the rolling hills of the wine country in the west, there's something for everyone in Tennessee. And with RV campgrounds throughout the state, it's easy to find a spot that's just right for you. What are you waiting for? Pack your bags and hit the open road.

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Nashville RV Parks

Nashville is best known for its music, but this vibrant city has much more to see and do, from world-class museums to the historic Grand Ole Opry. With RV parks throughout the city, you should have no trouble finding a place to stay.

Here are some of our favorite RV parks in Nashville:

Nashville RV Resort and Cabins: This full-service RV resort is located just 20 minutes from all the action in downtown Nashville. It offers RV sites and tent camping.

Two Rivers Campground: Two miles from Opryland, this RV park offers full hookups and a variety of amenities, including free wireless internet.

Fourteen miles from Nashville, Nashville Shores RV Resort in Hermitage, Tennessee, is an excellent option for RV camping near Nashville. In addition to RV sites, this campground has boat and cabin rentals.

Pigeon Forge RV Parks

Pigeon Forge is a mecca for outdoor lovers, and there are plenty of RV parks to choose from in the area. Whether you're looking for a full-service resort with all the bells and whistles or a more rustic experience closer to nature, you'll find it here. Great Smoky Mountains National Park is just a short drive away, so you can be sure there are plenty of things to do.

Here are some of our favorite RV parks in Pigeon Forge:

Rivers Edge Campground: This cozy little campground is located just minutes from downtown Pigeon Forge, making it the perfect base camp for exploring the area. With full hookups and a variety of amenities, it's an excellent choice for RV travelers.

Creekside RV Park: If you're looking for a more rustic camping experience, Creekside RV Park is the perfect spot. Located 4 miles from Dollywood, this park offers RV campsites and a camp store.

Pine Mountain RV Resort: This full-service RV resort is located 20 minutes from Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Pine Mountain RV Park has a swimming pool, hot showers, and laundry facilities, making it the perfect place to relax after a day of exploring.

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Gatlinburg RV Parks

Gatlinburg is a popular destination with many places to camp, and just a short drive from everything Great Smoky Mountains National Park has to offer.

Camp LeConte: This pet-friendly RV campground is located in the heart of Gatlinburg, just minutes from local attractions. Camp LeConte is the perfect place to relax after a day of exploring, with a swimming pool, hot showers, and laundry facilities.

RV travel is a great way to see the natural beauty of Tennessee. With RV parks throughout the state, it's easy to find a spot that's perfect for you. From Nashville to Pigeon Forge, there's something for everyone in Tennessee.

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Recent Tennessee RV Parks Reviews

Jan 26, 2023

"Great Place To Stay"

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We absolutely loved our time at Raccoon Valley. Super friendly staff that kept in touch with me throughout my having to change our booking several times and never said a word or charged us extra, always positive. We were coming in from California for my brother funeral and our date of arrival and leaving were so fluid. The sites are gravel but...
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Sally
2 reviews
Jan 17, 2023

"IT's A KOA!"

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(Sept 28-Oct 1, 2022) {Diversion North to avoid Hurricane Ian} Good last minute booking. Nice KOA, off I-75, plenty of provisioning nearby.

The Green Team!!
65 reviews
Jan 17, 2023

"MUST STAY LONGER NEXT TIME"

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(Sept 11-14, 2022) Great location at the foot of the Smokies, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg all in driving distance. Maryville good for provisioning and all the little 'burgs' to take in the local flair. Pigeon F & GatlinB are getting real urban touristy now, but lots to do for the whole family. Cades Cove Scenic Loop is not busy in September....
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The Green Team!!
65 reviews
Goodlettsville, TN

Grand Ole RV Resort

Jan 14, 2023

"Live Music And Breakfast"

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The people in the office are nice and they made us laugh every time we walked in. Though you’re packed in like sardines, they make up for that with live music every night, beer in the fridge and (for a small fee) breakfast in the mornings. Not sure we’d stay here again as there are better campgrounds but we enjoyed our stay while we were here....
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Erica C
40 reviews
Clarksville, TN

Clarksville RV Resort

Jan 14, 2023

"SPOT REBOOK"

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Staff and campground are great, BUT if you don’t re book a spot pretty much as soon as you pay for it they’ll make you move to another spot next time cause somebody else booked your spot. Which is dumb cause the camp ground is empty. They normally try to just move people around but not here.

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