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Bristol / Kingsport KOA
425 Rocky Branch Rd  Blountville, Tennessee
17 CampedThere Reviews

Come camp with us in the 'prettiest part' of Tennessee and celebrate kids and camping . A complete camping experience awaits you in our award winning park. Part of the celebration of camping will be Ms. Anns Pony rides, weekly movies and popcorn, new crafts and activities. We are looking forward to the Fall camping season. Come join us and see for yourself why we are such an award winning campground. Enjoy live entertainment, DJ, dance contests, crafts, crazy games, tournaments, t-shirt decorating and more. It's fun for kids of all ages. - The first in Tennessee, come see why 'PILLOW POWER"' is a hit with kids of all ages. Hay rides - through the campground and ending up at one of our Ice Cream Socials or Special Surprise Socials every Saturday. KOA Cafe - Feeling hungry? Stop in and try some of our mouth watering BBQ ribs and pulled pork, we have received numerous compliments on them. We also offer Hunt Brothers Pizza with your choice of toppings. Hot wings and mozzarella sticks to name a few of the appetizers we now offer. Check Out Our Hot Deals! Stay a day, week, or month and experience Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia. Our GREAT staff will be happy to help guide you to different day trips. Then settle back to a 'southern hospitality style' campground in the evening. We want to show you why we are, "Not Your Ordinary KOA!"

Buffalo / I-40 / Exit 143 KOA
473 Barrren Hollow Road  Hurricane Mills, Tennessee
9 CampedThere Reviews

Just off the interstate, this nicely landscaped spot is a relaxing and convenient stopover-or a great base camp for exploring local attractions and taking day trips to see the many sights of Nashville. Settle in at a shady pull thru or an air-conditioned Kamping Kabin. Order a hot pizza, and your hosts will deliver it right to your site. Stock up on RV supplies and homemade crafts at the campground store. Area attractions include Loretta Lynn's Ranch and Coal Miner's Daughter Museum, local Mennonite communities and canoe rentals that allow you to experience the mellow woods and wildlife along the Buffalo River.

Chattanooga North / Cleveland KOA
648 Pleasant Grove Road  Cleveland, Tennessee
7 CampedThere Reviews

Want to sample the best of Tennessee? Your hosts here will make it happen. Start by selecting a campsite in this choice spot amid rolling hills, between the Cumberland Plateau and the Appalachians. Your KOA hosts can set you up with discounts for popular Chattanooga attractions like Lookout Mountain and the Tennessee Aquarium. They'll arrange a discounted rafting trip down the nearby Ocoee, one of the most impressive whitewater rivers in the nation. Gospel singers and bluegrass musicians sometimes perform on summer evenings at the campground. Your hosts also can arrange for some of the best barbecue in the South to be served up right at KOA. (What a great idea for groups!) Kids can chug through the campground on the Little Choo Choo, the miniature train inspired by the famous "Chattanooga Choo Choo" song.

Crossville / I-40 KOA
6575 Highway 70 East  Crossville, Tennessee
14 CampedThere Reviews

The Crossville Tennessee KOA offers you much more than just a place to stop. For non RVers we also have log cabin cottages and a 4-unit upscale suite, log lodge motel/suite accommodations We home a Homestead Home and apartment here - a great place for Family Reunions.. For those that use satellite, we have open sky. We have nice areas with trees for tents. At this time we do not have any RV spaces with shade trees. Looking for a place to play golf, Crossville is the golf capital of Tennessee. Great hiking, biking, canoeing, etc. are all nearby. Call for all the great area attractions. Crossville KOA is located just off of I-40 between two exits, so it's super easy off and on with no back-tracking to head either way. Whether going to or from Nashville 100-miles away or Knoxville 60-miles away, we have easy freeway access. Chattanooga is approximately 75 miles south of the Cumberland, that magic triangle that blends woods and waters of numerous national and state parks with a quality vacation environment atop one of the coolest places some 2000 feet above sea-level on the Cumberland Plateau. A hiking trail runs around the back of our property, and we are very pet friendly.

We have pet rabbits that are very friendly. Our knotty pine store and recreation hall with giant screen TV and movie system can be enjoyed, especially during any possible inclement weather. Our store is chock-full of local crafts, jams and jellies, collectibles; along with fishing items for two stocked ponds and everything a well-stocked KOA store offers. Restaurants are prolific throughout the Crossville area and the longest (over 600-miles) summer flea market runs through Crossville on US 127 during the first week in August. Play badminton or volleyball under the giant oaks, basketball at the recreation center also with table tennis, pool and more.

Just some of the amenities and attractions include: Free WiFi, cable TV, our big group fire pit and plank benches for two folks or 40 where camp stories and s'more memories are made.

The next 3 months we will be having lots of specials and activities. Plan to stay with us and "live the dream" , making memories and seeing the great outdoors from the Cumberland Plateau.

Jellystone Park Nashville
2572 Music Valley Dr. 150 Nashville, Tennessee
17 CampedThere Reviews

Manchester KOA
586 Campground Road  Manchester, Tennessee
17 CampedThere Reviews

You'll say WOW - Come see why! As one of the highest award-winning parks, we offer perfect over nights (1/2 way to Florida) or make us your outstanding destination! Just click on our pictures, some of them are surrounding our campground. You will be amazed at what you discover! We are right between Nashville and Chattanooga on I-24, in the middle of the beautiful heartland of Tennessee. Plus , the Manchester KOA is near what we like to call "The Secret Smokies". You'll see caves, waterfalls, nature trails, a natural bridge arch and bountiful wildlife! We are at the beginning of the Cumberland Plateau, which extends all the way past the Great Smoky Mountains. (And the best part is, you don't have to spend the tourist trap prices of the Smokies!) Also FREE of charge is The Jack Daniels and George Dickel Distilleries and unknown to most people, the third largest Battle site of the Civil War.

The Manchester, Tennessee KOA is among KOA's highest award winning parks. Our many awards include the "KOA Rising Star," the "We are Family" award, TN ARVC Campground of the Year, (all of which only one campground wins), every "Presidents" award ( only 16 KOA's in the whole system have achieved this honor!) and multiple years "Founders" award. We were even in Rolling Stone magazine as one of the top 10 ways to enjoy Bonnaroo! (we have to save 5 copies for our mother!) We hold the highest ratings awards from Woodall's and Trailer Life Directories and we won the Trailer Life award of the "Top Campgrounds in North America". Reserve America voted us the "Top Outdoor Recreation" award. Thanks so much to all of you!

Come and visit us awhile. We'll be glad to see you, and you'll be glad you did!

To see a slide show of more pictures, visit our Independent Website

View the floor plan of kabins and lodges.

Awesome pet friendly self-guided tours of our Secret Smokies!

See a full screen spectacular tour of our campground!

Nashville KOA
2626 Music Valley Drive  Nashville, Tennessee
23 CampedThere Reviews

Is that performer in the KOA Bennie Goodman Music Hall the next Vince Gill or Faith Hill? It certainly could be, here in the exciting music capital, Nashville, Tennessee. Your KOA hosts bring top-notch entertainment right to you (in season). Our on-site tour desk can assist you with tickets to the Grand Ole Opry as well as with shuttles to-and-from local attractions. They can even book sightseeing tours of the city - including the homes of many country stars - which leave right from the campground! Want to find the bright lights of Music City USA? We’re only minutes away!

Our campground has the perfect country-like, tree-filled setting, all within earshot of the Cumberland riverboat foghorn. Are you a tent camper? Our tent sites are carpeted with lush, soft, green grass and our bathhouses are sparkling clean. Or are you an RVer? Our RV sites are Big-Rig friendly and feature pull-through campsites and deluxe patios. Would you rather “rough it” in a cabin or lodge? We’ve got just the lodging to meet your needs! Ready to relax? Your family is sure to enjoy the campground's many planned activities, theme weekends, friendly, informative staff and the large swimming pool.

We can’t wait to see you! Book your stay with us today and then get ready to play!

Newport / I-40 / Smoky Mountains KOA
240 KOA Lane  Newport, Tennessee
6 CampedThere Reviews

Spend a day or a week deep in the heart of the Appalachian chain of mountains, home of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the crown jewel of the eastern U.S. park system. Swim in KOA's sparkling pool, shoot hoops, or enjoy a walk around the park. Laze around in the heated and air-conditioned one- and two-room Kamping Kabins or park your RV on large, shady sites. Tents can be found on a lovely shaded knoll. Play each day in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Dollywood theme park, the Forbidden Caverns and Cherokee National Forest, only minutes away. Boat on the TVA lakes, French Broad River, and Pigeon River, where you can see the mountains from the water. Bring your boats and Jet Skis. There's no lack of attractions close to this KOA!


Pigeon Forge / Gatlinburg KOA
3122 Veterans Blvd.  Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
82 CampedThere Reviews

Thank goodness for the comfortable campsites along the Little Pigeon River at this KOA. You'll need to rest up to see all this area has to offer! Start with Dollywood theme park (your hosts have discount tickets: two days for the price of one). Enjoy wild rides, a musical theater, the Dolly Parton Museum, local crafts, dozens of shops and wonderful restaurants. Then cross the road to Dollywood's Splash Country for a load of water fun. Leave your vehicle behind and take the city trolley right from KOA to the Dollywood entrance and also through the city. Clap along with lots of great musical shows in the neighborhood, including the Dixie Stampede. Lace up ice skates at the Ober Gatlinburg resort's indoor ice rink or put on hiking boots and set out into the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains.

Sweetwater / I-75 / Exit 62 KOA
269 Murray's Chapel Road  Sweetwater, Tennessee
13 CampedThere Reviews

The beauty and quiet setting of this KOA Campground make it a favorite with overnight campers as well as family vacationers. Free Wi-Fi, paved interior roads and several select patio sites make it BIG RIG friendly.Our catch and release POND is lots of fun! Local attractions include the Lost Sea, Mayfield Dairy Farms/Tour. Sweetwater Valley Cheese Farm/Tours. Sweetwater's Antique district, Tennessee's largest indoor FLEA MARKET, Whitewater Outfitters, Hiking Trails, Birding Areas, and fishing and boating on nearby lakes. Steer through the Cherokee National Forest on the scenic Cherohala Skyway. Motorcyclists won't want to miss the challenging Tail of the Dragon. Take day trips to the Smoky Mountains and Dollywood.

Recreation Field - Nothing boring about this place...we have turned an empty field into a fun-filled area for the whole family! We have : NEW BASKETBALL COURT!

Beach Volleyball - We've hauled in so much sand you will think you are at the beach!

Ladderball - Loads of fun for all ages... including Grandma and Grandpa!

Nature Trail - Take a leisurely stroll through the woods... let the sights and sounds nurture your soul!

K-9 Kampground - This place is going to the dogs!...Really...come see for yourself!

Also: various activities!

Townsend / Great Smokies KOA
8533 State Highway 73  Townsend, Tennessee
30 CampedThere Reviews

You won't want to miss the new KOA located in Townsend Tennessee. Known as "The Peaceful Side of the Great Smoky Mountains", it's a great place to come home to.

One of the premier campgrounds in Tennessee, the Townsend KOA features unrivaled natural beauty. Surrounded by the mountains, beautiful forests and the Little River, it provides a great setting for relaxing, putting your feet up and enjoying nature after a hard day of hiking or shopping.

All of our campsites have picnic tables and campfire rings. Our full hookup sites are level, grassy, have free cable TV, 30 or 50 amp service, and paved patios. Our water/electric and tent site areas range from semi-sunny to heavily wooded and secluded.

Looking to rough it in style? Book now to reserve one of our cozy log Tennessee cabins or lodges. In our specialty accommodations, you may not even feel like you're roughing it.

Additional amenities include a laundry, swimming pool, two very clean bathhouses, a modern playground for the little ones, a covered pavilion equipped with a large barbecue pit, horseshoe pits, a basketball court, wireless internet, bicycle rentals and an arcade.

Camping in Townsend should be your first choice if you're looking for outstanding outdoor recreational opportunities. The beautiful 5-mile long Townsend Bike Trail begins and ends just across the road from our campground. The campground borders the Little River, which flows out of the National Park. The river is excellent for swimming or tubing and is well known for great trout fishing. The Tennessee Wildlife Resource Association stocks the river from our 1,650 feet of river frontage every two weeks during the summer. Tubes are available for rent through our Welcome Center.

Introducing All New Lodging at Townsend/Great Smokies KOA!

AAA Rv Park
2029 Phebus Ln  Union City, Tennessee
0 CampedThere Reviews

Adventure Bound Camping Resorts - Gatlinburg TN
4609 E. Parkway (Highway 321)  Gatlinburg, Tennessee
1 CampedThere Reviews

Agricenter International Inc
7777 Walnut Grove Rd # 9  Memphis, Tennessee
1 CampedThere Reviews

Airstream TCPC Inc
13 Airstream Dr  Crossville, Tennessee
0 CampedThere Reviews

Alpine Hideaway Campground
251 Spring Valley Rd  Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
0 CampedThere Reviews

Anderson Road Campground
4010 Anderson Rd  Nashville, Tennessee
0 CampedThere Reviews

Arrow Creek Campground
4721 E Parkway  Gatlinburg, Tennessee
0 CampedThere Reviews

Athens I75 Campground & Park
2509 Decatur Pike  Athens, Tennessee
0 CampedThere Reviews

B Creek Market & Rv Park
60 B Creek Rv Rd  Pikeville, Tennessee
0 CampedThere Reviews

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