Indian Boundary Campground

Tellico Plains, Tennessee

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Indian Boundary is the pride of the southern Cherokee National Forest—and with good reason. The wooded camping area lies in a flat beside a clear lake and beneath tall mountains. Individual campsites are tastefully integrated into the natural beauty of the land adjacent to Flats Mountain. Recreation opportunities nearby center around, but are not limited to, Indian Boundary Lake. Some developments, including warm showers throughout the campground and electricity in one loop, lend a less rustic atmosphere, but this campground can be a great choice for seasoned tent campers who want to bring their more citified friends and relatives. The main campground is divided into four loops. Loop A is closest to Indian Boundary Lake. A pine-oak forest cloaks the rolling hills here. There is a varied combination of sun and shade. As with all the loops, a campground host is there to help campers enjoy their stay.
The Best In Tent Camping: The Southern Appalachian & Smoky Mountains

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The Best In Tent Camping: The Southern Appalachian & Smoky Mountains

by Johnny Molloy (Menasha Ridge Press)

Indian Boundary is the pride of the southern Cherokee National Forest—and with good reason. The wooded camping area lies in a flat beside a clear lake and beneath tall mountains. Individual campsites are tastefully integrated into the natural beauty of the land adjacent to Flats Mountain. Recreation opportunities nearby center around, but are not limited to, Indian Boundary Lake. Some developments, including warm showers throughout the campground and electricity in one loop, lend a less rustic atmosphere, but this campground can be a great choice for seasoned tent campers who want to bring their more citified friends and relatives.

The main campground is divided into four loops. Loop A is closest to Indian Boundary Lake. A pine-oak forest cloaks the rolling hills here. There is a varied combination of sun and shade. As with all the loops, a campground host is there to help campers enjoy their stay.

© 2007 Johnny Molloy/Menasha Ridge Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Tellico Plains
Season: Main campground
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Driving Directions: Directions to Indian Boundary Campground

Recent Trail Reviews

8/8/2005
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One of the nicest bike trails we've ever been on. It winds around the lake for 3.5 miles with wooden bridges that cross streams. We were unsuccessful in catching any fish from the lake, though is is said that there is bass and trout in it. The campground itself was clean and well kept. The Host was very helpful.



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