Memphis and Jackson Area Campgrounds

Memphis, Tennessee

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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 the state, perched on the Chickasaw Bluffs overlooking the mighty Mississippi River. It is bordered by Arkansas and Mississippi on the west and south, respectively. Memphis is the nation’s eighteenth largest city and may be best known for its delicious barbecue and as home to the “King of Rock & Roll,” Elvis Presley. The campgrounds in this eTrail include: Natchez Trace State Park - Wranglers Campground, Campgrounds One and Two, and Pin Oak, Decatur County Beech Bend Park, Chickasaw State Park, Pickwick Dam, Pickwick Landing State Park, Big Hill Pond State Park, Fort Pillow State Park, Meeman - Shelby Forest State Park, and T.O. Fuller State Park.
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Camping Tennessee

by Harold R. Stinnette (Falcon Guides)

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 the state, perched on the Chickasaw Bluffs overlooking the mighty Mississippi River. It is bordered by Arkansas and Mississippi on the west and south, respectively. Memphis is the nation’s eighteenth largest city and may be best known for its delicious barbecue and as home to the “King of Rock & Roll,” Elvis Presley.

The campgrounds in this eTrail include: Natchez Trace State Park - Wranglers Campground, Campgrounds One and Two, and Pin Oak, Decatur County Beech Bend Park, Chickasaw State Park, Pickwick Dam, Pickwick Landing State Park, Big Hill Pond State Park, Fort Pillow State Park, Meeman - Shelby Forest State Park, and T.O. Fuller State Park.

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Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Memphis
Season: Year-round
Additional Use: Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Hiking, Biking, Horseback Riding, Tennis, ATV/OHV
Local Contacts: Decatur County Parks & Recreation, Tennessee Valley Authority
Driving Directions: Directions to Memphis and Jackson Area Campgrounds

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