We really enjoyed our two-week stay at the Crossville KOA campground in Crossville, TN. While it has easy access on and off I-40, it is far enough away (about 5 miles) to make you feel as though you are in the country. It is so quiet and peaceful with all the amenities you expect from a KOA. Watch our video below to see the campground and some highlights from the local area.
RV, Tents, and Cabins
One thing we really like about KOAs is that they offer a range of accommodations, and this one is no exception. In addition to paved full-hook up sites, they have tent camping sites, as well as several different size cabins. Some of the cabins had RV hook-ups adjacent to them so you could have family come visit and have enough room to spread out. If you want to have a big gathering, they even have a 4-unit log lodge which could be a great place for family reunions. Each RV site has water, sewer, 50 amp power, a picnic table, and fire pit. Although we were there in July, we still made a fire in the evening.
This campground is situated in a beautiful part of Tennessee known as the Cumberland Plateau. There are some amazing historical sites, state parks, and beautiful waterfalls! One of our favorites is Burgess Falls. You can’t swim there, but you can see three waterfalls on one fairly short short hike (3/4 from the parking lot).
Click here to learn about some surprising WWII history in the local area.
For more fabulous places to visit in the local area, follow us on Instagram @chickerystravels where we posted photos (like the ones below) almost everyday. https://www.instagram.com/p/BksHdtInznK/?taken-by=chickerystravels
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