With some of the most beautiful scenery in the U.S., an iconic national park, dozens of historical and cultural attractions, incredible food and live music scenes, and endless opportunities for hiking and other outdoor recreation, there’s no limit to the adventures you can enjoy across Tennessee.
Whatever it is that brings you to the Southeast, you’re going to want to stay awhile. We’ve put together a list of 10 of the best RV parks in Tennessee, with locations in every corner of the state to suit every itinerary and type of traveler.
10 Best RV Parks in Tennessee
From major metropolitan areas to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and everything in between, there are several incredible RV parks in Tennessee.
Best RV Parks in Chattanooga, TN
Raccoon Mountain Caverns & Campground
Amenities: This popular campground is at Raccoon Mountain, one of the top attractions in Chattanooga. Explore the caves and pan for gold, then relax at your campsite! Enjoy Wi-Fi, a playground, a seasonal outdoor saltwater pool, 24-hour laundry facilities, a fenced dog park, and more.
Capacity: 88 RV sites
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Chattanooga North/KOA Journey
Amenities: Ideally situated between the Appalachian and Cumberland Mountains, there are countless attractions and outdoor recreation opportunities within a 25-minute drive in any direction. Back at camp, take advantage of a long list of amenities, including a pool, Wi-Fi, cable TV, on-site fishing, and yard game rentals.
Capacity: 64 RV sites
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Best RV Parks in Knoxville, TN
Volunteer Family Campground
Amenities: This year-round, family-owned (and occupied) campground just outside of downtown Knoxville is one of the best RV parks in Tennessee. Situated in a wooded area with a pool and playground and featuring sites with concrete pads and patios, Volunteer Family Campground is indeed well-suited for families and groups.
Capacity: 100 RV sites
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Southlake RV Park
Amenities: Less than 10 minutes from Knoxville’s downtown core in a dense forest setting, this RV park is the perfect relaxed basecamp for visiting the University of Tennessee or the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The pet-friendly park has a pool and lake where you can fish, plus Wi-Fi.
Capacity: 108 RV sites
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Sun Outdoors Pigeon Forge
Amenities: As one of the RV parks in Tennessee closest to the Great Smokies with endless hiking trails and waterfalls, Sun Outdoors has a ton to offer campers. In addition to its amazing location, enjoy an aerial adventure park, spacious gravel sites with picnic tables and fire pits, a fitness center, and two pools with a hot tub.
Capacity: 292 RV sites (49 are seasonal)
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Best RV Parks in Memphis, TN
Graceland RV Park
Amenities: How many RV parks in Tennessee are within walking distance of Graceland, one of the most famous attractions in the country, and the birthplace and longtime home of Elvis? Just one: Graceland RV Park. Enjoy full-hookup sites, walking and bike paths, a pool, and 24-hour security patrol.
Capacity: 70 RV sites
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Tom Sawyer’s RV Park
Amenities: Just minutes from downtown Memphis on the Arkansas side of the Mighty Mississippi, enjoy tranquil, scenic riverfront camping. Sites are level gravel or have concrete pads, and all have Wi-Fi. Plus, clean showers are available. The park even designed the layout so that vehicles at riverfront sites are positioned to take full advantage of the view!
Capacity: 120 RV sites
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Best RV Parks in Nashville, TN
Elm Hill RV Resort
Amenities: Elm Hill stands out from other RV parks in Nashville, TN, with its lovely, unique lakefront location. Situated on a peninsula on Percy Priest Lake just a few miles from downtown, you’ll feel like you’re far removed from civilization here! The sandy beach, outdoor pool, BBQ areas, and fire pits only add to the cozy outdoor vibe.
Capacity: 131 RV sites
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Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort
Amenities: Another Percy Priest Lake RV Park in Nashville, TN but completely different from Elm Hill, this one is geared toward active travelers and families. With a waterpark, Tree Top Adventure Park, complimentary shuttle to downtown Nashville, and so much more to do, staying here will add an element of adventure to your visit!
Capacity: 88 RV sites
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Nashville KOA Resort
Amenities: Just outside downtown Nashville in a picturesque wooded setting, this KOA helps you unplug while simultaneously offering convenient access to everything Music City has to offer. With an emphasis on luxury camping, the extensive variety of options here includes pet-specific sites, campsites with patios, hammocks, and a pool and hot tub.
Capacity: 249 RV sites
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Explore Tennessee With Cruise America
With so much to see and do across the Volunteer State, one of the best ways to explore it all is by taking a road trip. And why not bring along all the comforts of home to make the experience even better? A Cruise America RV rental can help you do exactly that, with numerous models to choose from.
Simply reserve your favorite RV, pick it up at one of our nearly 130 convenient locations (including two near RV parks in Tennessee!), and start exploring!