David Crockett Good Sam Verified Campground

1400 W. Gaines, Lawrenceburg, TN 38464

Good Sam Verified Campground
(2 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
(2 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
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Address

1400 W. Gaines
Lawrenceburg, TN, 38464

Open all year

Contact

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Facility

Type: State Park
Partial Handicap Access

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Day Max Stay (14)
Tents Allowed
Spaces available: 97
Max length: 40
Paved sites: 97
Back-in size: 24 x 40
Room for slideouts: Yes
Number of water: 97
Number of electric: 97
Amps: 20 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms

Swimming
Swimming Pool
Lake
Body of water: Lindsey Lake
Playground
Body of water: Lindsey Lake
Playground
Fishing
Boat rentals
Boat rentals

(within 10 miles)

Hiking
Fishing
Kayaking / canoeing
Boating
Mountain biking
Boating
Mountain biking

3 (2 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
Facility
3
Restroom
3
Appeal
3.5
What is being rated?
3 3 out of 5 stars 09/20/2021

Stayed in campground 1 in a 30 foot class A. Make sure you read the size of the lot. We fit comfortably in ours but there were a couple people that arrived at their site only to find out they would not fit. Looks like the playgrounds for the kids were new or well taken care of. The lot we had was an asphalt pad but not level at all but was manageable with several blocks. There were a couple good small hikes and if the weather is good get wet in the falls. It is an ok state park nothing amazing but... Read More

Stayed in campground 1 in a 30 foot class A. Make sure you read the size of the lot. We fit comfortably in ours but there were a couple people that arrived at their site only to find out they would not fit. Looks like the playgrounds for the kids were new or well taken care of. The lot we had was an asphalt pad but not level at all but was manageable with several blocks. There were a couple good small hikes and if the weather is good get wet in the falls. It is an ok state park nothing amazing but ok for a couple day stay.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 08/07/2016

This park offers two campgrounds - Campground 1 with primitive sites & Campground 2 with larger RV sites. We stayed in Campground 2 - sites were larger, more spacious, electric & water, but leveling was an issue at many sites. Took a little longer than normal to level on gravel/dirt site due to ruts. Reserved for a Monday/Tuesday stay and found the Visitor Center (staffing issue), Restaurant and Pool all closed. Only disappointed about the Visitor Center - shame on Tennessee for not having a contingency... Read More

This park offers two campgrounds - Campground 1 with primitive sites & Campground 2 with larger RV sites. We stayed in Campground 2 - sites were larger, more spacious, electric & water, but leveling was an issue at many sites. Took a little longer than normal to level on gravel/dirt site due to ruts. Reserved for a Monday/Tuesday stay and found the Visitor Center (staffing issue), Restaurant and Pool all closed. Only disappointed about the Visitor Center - shame on Tennessee for not having a contingency plan when Student Interns have to leave. Shorts hikes were nice, and Crockett Falls was a great place to cool off on a hot afternoon. Outside the park, Lawrenceburg was quite a big town that had everything you could want or need. The Amish Welcome Center should have been closed - shame on them for luring tourists into what has to be an embarrassment to the Amish Community. It was a filthy, disgusting, junk shop with thrift shop items in it - yuck! Get an Amish Community map at the park Visitor Center and visit the Amish families directly to get the items of your choice, i.e. jams, furniture, etc.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 09/20/2021

Stayed in campground 1 in a 30 foot class A. Make sure you read the size of the lot. We fit comfortably in ours but there were a couple people that arrived at their site only to find out they would not fit. Looks like the playgrounds for the kids were new or well taken care of. The lot we had was an asphalt pad but not level at all but was manageable with several blocks. There were a couple good small hikes and if the weather is good get wet in the falls. It is an ok state park nothing amazing but... Read More

Stayed in campground 1 in a 30 foot class A. Make sure you read the size of the lot. We fit comfortably in ours but there were a couple people that arrived at their site only to find out they would not fit. Looks like the playgrounds for the kids were new or well taken care of. The lot we had was an asphalt pad but not level at all but was manageable with several blocks. There were a couple good small hikes and if the weather is good get wet in the falls. It is an ok state park nothing amazing but ok for a couple day stay.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 08/07/2016

This park offers two campgrounds - Campground 1 with primitive sites & Campground 2 with larger RV sites. We stayed in Campground 2 - sites were larger, more spacious, electric & water, but leveling was an issue at many sites. Took a little longer than normal to level on gravel/dirt site due to ruts. Reserved for a Monday/Tuesday stay and found the Visitor Center (staffing issue), Restaurant and Pool all closed. Only disappointed about the Visitor Center - shame on Tennessee for not having a contingency... Read More

This park offers two campgrounds - Campground 1 with primitive sites & Campground 2 with larger RV sites. We stayed in Campground 2 - sites were larger, more spacious, electric & water, but leveling was an issue at many sites. Took a little longer than normal to level on gravel/dirt site due to ruts. Reserved for a Monday/Tuesday stay and found the Visitor Center (staffing issue), Restaurant and Pool all closed. Only disappointed about the Visitor Center - shame on Tennessee for not having a contingency plan when Student Interns have to leave. Shorts hikes were nice, and Crockett Falls was a great place to cool off on a hot afternoon. Outside the park, Lawrenceburg was quite a big town that had everything you could want or need. The Amish Welcome Center should have been closed - shame on them for luring tourists into what has to be an embarrassment to the Amish Community. It was a filthy, disgusting, junk shop with thrift shop items in it - yuck! Get an Amish Community map at the park Visitor Center and visit the Amish families directly to get the items of your choice, i.e. jams, furniture, etc.
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1400 W. Gaines, Lawrenceburg, TN 38464
Coordinates: 35.242930, -87.354220
Elevation:

Directions
From Jct of US-43 & US-64, W 1.4 mi on US-64 (R)

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