Big Hill Pond State Park Campground

Selmer, Tennessee 38375

Big Hill Pond State Park Campground

Big Hill Pond State Park Campground Professional Review and Guide

"Big Hill pond state park is the best-kept secret in West Tennessee. The park was created in part because of its wetlands, which lie in the floodplain of the Tuscumbia River. But this park is not all about wetlands, for Big Hill Pond mostly has steep hills broken by rock outcrops hovering over sharp, wooded ravines. A walk on any of the 30 miles of trails here will testify to that.

The entire trail system, with loop possibilities ideal for day hikers, is special enough to have been designated a National Recreation Trail. And when darkness comes, you will find that the campground was seemingly designed with tent campers in mind. The 30-site campground is set on a ridge above Dismal Branch. This rolling backdrop offers vertical variation to your camping opportunities."

Big Hill Pond State Park Campground Reviews

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11/28/2017
Great place for an October Hike. Lots of loops that you can put together for a hike of various lengths. Azalea Trail south from The Dismal Swamp Boardwalk was hard to find. It is just up the hill from the East end of the boardwalk and heads south to the RR tracks. Proceed east along the tracks to the road and cross over tracks. Trail picks up behind the sign and map if you want to go Counterclockwise. Side trail to Big Spring shelter was difficult to see, No sign, but you will see a rock stairway/path heading up a steep hill. Access water in Dismal creek, but be prepared to let the silt settle or be prepared to clog your water filters.
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Trail Information

Selmer
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
30
Campsites
Year-round
Season
Boating, Fishing, Hiking
Additional Use
731-645-7967 tnstateparks.com
Local Contacts
$13
Fees per Night
Hot showers, water spigots;  bathhouse closed November–February
Facilities