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Fall Creek Falls State Park

2009 Village Camp Road
Pikeville, TN 37367
No Email Address
Fall Creek Falls State Park
2 Reviews
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A great place to camp! It was the site of the inaugural Tennessee PopUp Campers Group. We have camped there two or three times last year, and plan to return sometime soon. The bathrooms are probably the only drawback. As nice as the cg is, the bathrooms really lack. Some of them are just not up to our standards; in fact, we bypass one to go to another. If you go, look at the bathrooms in each loop before deciding on a site. You can even choose a site on another loop, and drive/walk to another loop's bathhouse like we do. The sites are fairly spacious and fairly spaced apart, although some are unlevel. Most are very shaded, though, so it is a good place to go, even in the heat of summer. There are W/E sites and some with W/E/S available. The scenery is great. You can drive to the top of the falls and look down. You can also hike down to the bottom of the falls, and actually stand under water falling from 256 feet above. I have done it, and it is COLD and it just about beats you to death. But the hike is fun, but moderately strenuous. You can also hike to the bottom of the creek (or bottom to top), and there are several spectacular views along the way. Take your camera! There are some bike trails, some nature centers, golf, fishing, and hiking all available. It is one of our favorite places to go. It is a little bit out of the way, but the scenery is worth the drive. Other fairly close attractions include Burgess Falls State Natural Area, which has three spectacular falls to see, although camping is not available there.


Received from Larry C for visit in 2005

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
We stay at this cg often. It is our favorite TN state park. The falls are beautiful, and they have a nice restaurant, and golf course. Lots of hiking, biking trails. Beautiful setting. Be aware, the sites vary greatly. Some of them are very nice with full hook-ups. Some are more suited for pop-ups, tents. They do take reservations May-Oct. Ask to be steered toward the right type of site. This park fills up quickly, especially in the summer.

Received from Cindi for visit in Oct 2004

Site Number: 218
Stay Again? YES

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