Camping Tennessee Guide Book

by Harold R. Stinnette (Falcon Guides)
Camping Tennessee  by Harold R. Stinnette

ISBN: 0762724552

Looking for the ideal spot to pitch your tent or park your RV? Camping Tennessee will take you there. This handy guidebook includes detailed descriptions of more than 100 public campgrounds throughout the state. Organized in three distinct sections - East Tennessee, Middle Tennessee, and West Tennessee - the listings include campsites in state, city, and county parks; in national parks and national forests; and on other public lands. Easy-to-use maps and charts help you to choose the perfect campsite.

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Trails from the "Camping Tennessee" Guide Book
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... Preview: These cities, located in the northeast corner of Tennessee, are nicknamed “the Tri-Cities.” All three are modest-size cities with a small-town feel. Here the traveler can find everything from car raci ... From the guidebook "Camping Tennessee"
Johnson City, TN - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Center Hill Lake is the largest of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lakes in Tennessee, covering 18,200 acres. It’s also one of the most popular recreation destinations in Middle Tennessee—with good ... From the guidebook "Camping Tennessee"
Smithville, TN - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Chattanooga is a vacation destination for many looking for family-oriented fun. This town is packed full of things for the entire family—whether you’re into museums, nature centers, theater, art, or a ... From the guidebook "Camping Tennessee"
Chattanooga, TN - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: The southern districts of the Cherokee National Forest stretch from the southern tip of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park to the Georgia state line and are bordered on the east by North Carolina ... From the guidebook "Camping Tennessee"
Tellico Plains, TN - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Both Cordell Hull and Dale Hollow Lakes are within an hour’s drive of Cookeville. Cordell Hull and Dale Hollow Lakes are owned and managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Many of the campgrounds ... From the guidebook "Camping Tennessee"
Celina, TN - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Oak Ridge is probably the best known town in this area. It is nicknamed “the secret city,” because when President Franklin Roosevelt ordered the Manhattan Project, the building of the atomic bomb, Oak ... From the guidebook "Camping Tennessee"
Wartburg, TN - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: The Smokies, as they are known by locals and lovers of the park, comprise the country’s most visited national park. It is within one day’s drive of more than half the nation’s population. However, thi ... From the guidebook "Camping Tennessee"
Gatlinburg, TN - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Land Between the Lakes is a 170,000-acre National Recreation Area approximately 90 miles north of Nashville. It is the largest inland peninsula in the United States, stretching into both Tennessee and ... From the guidebook "Camping Tennessee"
Dover, TN - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: There are two sizable towns in the southwest corner of Tennessee—Memphis and Jackson, both full of art, culture, and history with an eye on the future. Memphis is located in the very southwest tip of ... From the guidebook "Camping Tennessee"
Memphis, TN - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Morristown and Greeneville are historic towns with lots to see and do. In Greeneville one of my favorite things to do is antiquing. Downtown has plenty of antiques shops and galleries. The Andrew John ... From the guidebook "Camping Tennessee"
Morristown, TN - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Nashville, the state capital of Tennessee, is probably best known as the country music capital of the world. But while most people do associate country music and Nashville, there is so much more than ... From the guidebook "Camping Tennessee"
Nashville, TN - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Norris, Tennessee, started out as a planned community for the workers constructing Norris Dam. The original town plan was adopted from England’s garden city movement of the 1890s—the buildings and hou ... From the guidebook "Camping Tennessee"
Caryville, TN - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Reelfoot Lake is a truly amazing place, and the way it was created is equally impressive. An earthquake that shook the Mississippi River Valley in 1811 created a depression that soon filled with water ... From the guidebook "Camping Tennessee"
Paris, TN - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: The town of Shelbyville is famous for the Tennessee Walking Horse and is home to the Tennessee Walking Horse Celebration. This eleven-day event takes place annually in August. The celebration draws th ... From the guidebook "Camping Tennessee"
Shelbyville, TN - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
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