Cookeville, Cordell Hull Lake, and Dale Hollow Lake Area Campgrounds

Celina, Tennessee

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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 in Middle Tennessee are Corps of Engineers’ properties, and they are some of the best campgrounds in the area. Several of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers campgrounds accept reservations; for faster service please use the reservation code next to the phone number if one is provided. The campgrounds in this eTrail include: Pickett State Park, Obey River, Lillydale, Willow Grove, Pleasant Dam, Dale Hollow Dam, Standing Stone State Park, Indian Creek, Salt Lick Creek, and Defeated Creek.
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Camping Tennessee

by Harold R. Stinnette (Falcon Guides)

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 in Middle Tennessee are Corps of Engineers’ properties, and they are some of the best campgrounds in the area. Several of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers campgrounds accept reservations; for faster service please use the reservation code next to the phone number if one is provided.

The campgrounds in this eTrail include: Pickett State Park, Obey River, Lillydale, Willow Grove, Pleasant Dam, Dale Hollow Dam, Standing Stone State Park, Indian Creek, Salt Lick Creek, and Defeated Creek.

©  Harold R. Stinnette/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Celina
Additional Use: Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Hiking
Accessibility: Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Driving Directions: Directions to Cookeville, Cordell Hull Lake, and Dale Hollow Lake Area Campgrounds

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