Morristown and Greeneville Area Campgrounds

Morristown, Tennessee

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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 Johnson National Historic Site is also in Greeneville. Morristown is an equally interesting place to visit. Here you’ll find the Crockett Tavern, owned by Davy Crockett’s parents and where he spent most of his boyhood. The town architecture is interesting. The campground here has a very basic layout—situated on a flat piece of land not far from the Nolichucky River. It is open, with only part of the campground having large trees for shade. The campground sites could be improved by adding grills and fire rings. Some sites are on the banks of the river, and there is river access for anyone wishing to fish.

Morristown and Greeneville Area Campgrounds Professional Review and Guide

"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 Johnson National Historic Site is also in Greeneville. Morristown is an equally interesting place to visit. Here you’ll find the Crockett Tavern, owned by Davy Crockett’s parents and where he spent most of his boyhood. The town architecture is interesting.

The campground here has a very basic layout—situated on a flat piece of land not far from the Nolichucky River. It is open, with only part of the campground having large trees for shade. The campground sites could be improved by adding grills and fire rings. Some sites are on the banks of the river, and there is river access for anyone wishing to fish."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Morristown
Additional Use: Swimming, Fishing, Hiking
Local Contacts: Cherokee National Forest, Nolichucky / Unaka Ranger District
Driving Directions: Directions to Morristown and Greeneville Area Campgrounds

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May 2018