Fort Pillow State Park Campground

Covington, Tennessee

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Simply put, I love this campground. Why, you ask? It has everything that a tent camper could desire: the sites are in an attractive wooded setting and are well designed; campsite spaciousness and privacy is above average; the camp rarely fills or is even crowded; and there are many outdoor activities nearby in which to indulge. Furthermore, the campground received a complete makeover—each site was renovated and upgraded, along with the bathhouse. Enter the campground, which is divided into three loops. The upper loop occupies the highest spot on a hill. It is heavily wooded, yet is the least wooded of the three loops. Hickory, maple, and oak trees shade the spacious and well-spaced sites. Grass covers much of the loop. The apex of the loop has sites that look out over the Mississippi River through the trees. A fully equipped bathhouse stands in the center of the loop.

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"Simply put, I love this campground. Why, you ask? It has everything that a tent camper could desire: the sites are in an attractive wooded setting and are well designed; campsite spaciousness and privacy is above average; the camp rarely fills or is even crowded; and there are many outdoor activities nearby in which to indulge. Furthermore, the campground received a complete makeover—each site was renovated and upgraded, along with the bathhouse.

Enter the campground, which is divided into three loops. The upper loop occupies the highest spot on a hill. It is heavily wooded, yet is the least wooded of the three loops. Hickory, maple, and oak trees shade the spacious and well-spaced sites. Grass covers much of the loop. The apex of the loop has sites that look out over the Mississippi River through the trees. A fully equipped bathhouse stands in the center of the loop."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Covington
Campsites: 32
Season: Year-round
Additional Use: Boating, Fishing, Hiking
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: 731-738-5581 tnstateparks.com
Fees per Night: $8-$25
Facilities: Hot showers, flush toilets, water spigots, laundry
Driving Directions: Directions to Fort Pillow State Park Campground

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May 2018