RV Parks in Crossville, Tennessee

RV Parks in Crossville, Tennessee
Cumberland Mountain State Park's proximity to Crossville, Tennesee, is what draws many RV enthusiasts. Outdoor recreation in this part of the state includes the five-mile long Pioneer Trail that circles Byrd Lake and the camping areas in nearby Oak Ridge and Wartburg. A little farther southeast is the 11.7 mile Cumberland Trail that takes you along Black Mountain and Brady Mountain. An RV park in Crossville will make your stay ideal.

Beanpot Campground

Beanpot Campground hosts 51 sites with full hookups that include 20-, 30- or 50-amp electricity, water, sewer, Wi-Fi, and cable TV. The sites are level and shaded. A clubhouse with a kitchen is often used for RV club rallies. This Crossville RV campground features a swimming pool, playground, a nature trail, laundry facilities and a book exchange. Other recreational activities include basketball and horseshoes. Fox Creek Lake and Larry Turner Lake are both less than a mile from Beanpot. The hiking trails inside Cumberland Mountain State Park are just a quick bike ride away.

Beanpot Campground
23 Bean Pot Campground Loop
Crossville, TN 38571
(877) 848-7958
beanpotcampground.com

Deer Run RV Resort

Deer Run is a Crossville RV resort situated on 200 acres in the Cumberland Plateau and was named Campground of the Year for 2007/2008 by Tennessee ARVC. The RV sites feature full hookups. Facilities include a laundromat, pavilion, picnic shelters, chapel and convenience store. Inside this gated RV community, you will find a swimming pool, sports field, volleyball court, basketball court and even a beach area around the 25-acre lake. A half hour away from Deer Run, you can visit Fall Creek Falls and try your hand at the 35 miles of hiking trails. Bring your bike because the park also has some backcountry mountain biking trails.

Deer Run RV Resort
3609 Peavine Firetower Rd.
Crossville, TN 38571
(931) 484-3333
deerrunrvresort.com

Ballyhoo Family Campground

Ballyhoo Family Campground features shady pull-through sites in a secluded spot south of I-40 that gets you away from the noise of traffic while also providing a number of amenities. A grocery store also sells gifts and bait, and there is 24-hour laundry service. In keeping with the family atmosphere, the campground has two kiddie pools, a larger swimming pool, an activity field, a miniature golf course, and a court for both volleyball and badminton. Pack your fishing gear and hiking boots because there is a lake and nature trails on the property. If you don't have your own watercraft, you can rent a boat at Ballyhoo.

Ballyhoo Family Campground
256 Werthwyle Dr.
Crossville, TN 38555
(888) 336-3703
ballyhoocampground.tripod.com

Article Written By Timothy Sexton

Timothy Sexton is an award-winning author who started writing in 1994. He has written on topics ranging from politics and golf to nutrition and travel, and his work appears online for Zappos.com, Disaboom and MOJO, among others. He has also done work for "Sherlock Holmes and Philosophy." He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of West Florida.

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