July 24, 2020 - reviewed by CadyS
4 Day In Cumberland
We spent 4 nights in loop 4 site 108. Seemed like it might be an older section of the park. The sites were paved but seemed to have some washout stroud the sites. We loved our site even though we couldn’t put our awning out all the way. On the opposite side of our site was a large area to place hammocks and chairs. We really enjoyed the hiking loop around the lake and the ice cream in the camp store. Some of the other camping sections seemed newer and maybe a little easier to back into. We enjoyed our stay here.
July 14, 2020 - reviewed by Nate And Gena
Nice level lots. We got a sewer lot in loop 1 and loved it. So much tree coverage makes keeping the RV cool very easy in the dog day’s of summer. Bath house in loop 1 is extremely dated but clean. We were there in 2020 so the pool was not open. Rented kayaks for 7.00 an hour. Very nice equipment. The female managers at the gift shop could work on her customer service skills but everyone else is nice. No need to “check in”. Go straight to your site if you registered on line. Site 18 and 20 was flat, wooded, and sewer.
June 13, 2020 - reviewed by Two Weirdos In A Truck
First Stay Here
First time to this campground. Area 1 spots seem a little smaller and tighter. Couldn’t open my awning in our spot but loved all the trees. Length was good for our 32 foot TT and pretty level.
May 5, 2020 - reviewed by Tim Burgin
Great State Park
We absolutely loved staying there, great lake, awesome mostly paved walking trails, and friendly staff. Some sites have full hookups. We will definitely be back.
September 8, 2018 - reviewed by Hoovers
While traveling back home from WY, we found this gem of a park. Thankfully, I was told they have a section, Area 2, for those who are staying just one night. We made it there just as it was getting dark. It was easy to find. The sites are large, paved, easy to back into...loved it! Will definitely Mark this one down to return to again!
August 24, 2017 - reviewed by David
Cumberland Mtn State Park
Beautiful and well appointed. Only complaint is they don't allow taking in your own paddle boards but you can rent
September 11, 2016 - reviewed by Jeff
Best State Park We Have Stayed In
Not many state parks have long paved pads, this park Does!
All the amenities, no sewer on our site, but great water pressure.
The park also has an excellent Restaurant. Buffet everyday, except Monday, as they are closed. They also have a regular menu too.
Close to Crossville for shopping.
An absolutely beautiful park, A HIDDEN JEWEL!
July 31, 2016 - reviewed by Martin Hall
Very nice park, clean and well maintained. Great restaurant that has rib buffet on Friday night. All the amenities.
May 19, 2016 - reviewed by N2DaWild
First time here. This park sits on a Plateau in the Eastern part of Middle Tennessee. Campground is walking distance to a creek and lake. Everyone were quiet and respectful of others here. The campground had recently received updated facilities and amenities. So, really nice!