RV Parks & Campgrounds


Harrison Bay State Park State Parks

4.4 Stars 4.4 -  8 Reviews  $$
(423) 344-6214
Harrison, Tennessee
         

Information

Open
All year

Sites
Total: 163, Elecwater: 135, Max RV Length: 65 ft

Amenities
Water, Electric, Pool, Picnic Tables, Restroom, Dump Station, Showers, Fishing, Campfire, Playground

Reviews

February 10, 2019 - reviewed by Aaron
4.0 Stars   
Great Park With Good Views
Loop A has nice level sites and some water front sites. Would have gave 5 stars if there was full hookups.

November 11, 2018 - reviewed by Jayme
4.0 Stars   
Loop A Is Right On The Water
Nice level site (A47) with electric & water. Sites further down have a paver patio with wrought iron fence close to the water. Showers are all inclusive with private toilet & shower. Very nice!

October 21, 2018 - reviewed by David
3.0 Stars   
OK But For Us Not Great
Some of the sites are large enough but unfortunately we had a small squeezed in one. Would not recommend loop B where we were. Also had campers across from us who were loud until midnight. When the sites are so close this was not nice. We would stay again if passing through or needing accommodations in the area like we needed for this trip. Would not make it a destination.

April 1, 2018 - reviewed by Linda
5.0 Stars   
Late Arrival
We arrived after 10pm, no ranger on duty. We found our camping spot , we had made reservations on line previous. We had b37 along the lake . Not to bad of a fit for 26 ft toy hauler, with mega cab. It is tight through the trees. Most are pull through sites, gravel, quiet. Clean ,respectful , restrooms are clean.

August 12, 2017 - reviewed by The Keith's
5.0 Stars   
We Loved It Here
Very nice place to stay. You may want to look before driving in to your site to see the best way to get in if you have a large camper.lots of sites to see. Boating, kayaking, fishing, wildlife. It was very quiet and relaxing.

August 19, 2016 - reviewed by Ken
5.0 Stars   $25
Sir
Camped right on the water on an asphalt level site close to the bathrooms. Very clean showers that are completely private with a shower, toilet and sink in each room with a door that locks. Has a restaurant called the Dockside Cafe. Very popular on weekends so a bit of a wait, but the good is very good. Staff were courteous and helpful. At $25 per day it was great value and will definitely camp here again.

May 14, 2016 - reviewed by Chris
4.0 Stars   $20
Nice
This is a nice state park. Rates are cheap and since they repaved the roads and camper spots it is a lot nicer. Close to the lake and several trails to hike. Only real negative is camp stops are tight and the water has a funny taste so bring bottled water to drink

March 18, 2016 - reviewed by Kathy S
5.0 Stars   $20
Greatest Place To Stay
This park is beautiful, well-laid out, we-maintained, and easy to use. I only wish it were not so far from our home state. It is less expensive than the other campgrounds we have visited and it has more to offer. Rangers could not have been nicer. A definite return.