Fall Creek Falls Good Sam Verified Campground

2009 Village Camp Road, Spencer, TN 37367

Good Sam Verified Campground
(4 reviews) 4.5 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
(4 reviews) 4.5 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
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2009 Village Camp Road
Spencer, TN, 37367

Open all year

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Facility

Type: State Park
Laundry

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Day Max Stay (14)
Tents Allowed
Spaces available: 66
Site length: 50
Max length: 50
Pull-thru size: 30 x 50
Pull-thrus: 7
Back-in size: 30 x 40
Room for slideouts: Yes
Number of water: 66
Number of electric: 66
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Laundry
Fire rings

Swimming
Swimming Pool
Lake
Body of water: Fall Creek Lake
Golf
Body of water: Fall Creek Lake
Golf
Playground
Enclosed game room
Wading pool
Fishing
Enclosed game room
Wading pool
Fishing

(within 10 miles)

Hiking
Rock/mountain climbing
Fishing
Kayaking / canoeing
Boating
Kayaking / canoeing
Boating
Mountain biking
Snow sports
Snow sports

4.5 (4 reviews) 4.5 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
Facility
4.7
Restroom
4
Appeal
5
What is being rated?
4 4 out of 5 stars 06/28/2016

Big beautiful park. A little neglected in that low hanging limbs rub the fiver as we navigated to our spot in the B-Section. Lots of wildlife. Had 8 deer in the camp site every morning. Eating apples from my hand. Zip line rides were advertised every where. We tried to find it and had to ask several park employees. Signage is inadequate about the park. Finally found zip line, it was closed until the next month. Roomy camp sites and quiet. I would stay here again.

5 5 out of 5 stars 06/13/2016

I read about this state park in Trailer Life Magazine, where it was rated quite highly, and I now see why. It's a great state park--clean, forested, with a large lake, boat rentals, a pool, trails, waterfalls and streams (that you can swim in), horseback riding, etc., etc. We spent two days and three nights here, and had a great time. We probably could have spent another day to see the few other things that we didn't get to see. As I mention below, if you don't have a car expect to do a lot of walking... Read More

I read about this state park in Trailer Life Magazine, where it was rated quite highly, and I now see why. It's a great state park--clean, forested, with a large lake, boat rentals, a pool, trails, waterfalls and streams (that you can swim in), horseback riding, etc., etc. We spent two days and three nights here, and had a great time. We probably could have spent another day to see the few other things that we didn't get to see. As I mention below, if you don't have a car expect to do a lot of walking or biking. I was a bit disappointed with the site for our motorhome, though. I have a 30 foot long Class A RV, and our site was too short for it. The site was very unlevel, and because our site was so short, the front of the RV was only a couple of feet from the road edge, pitched down beyond the leveling capability of our RV. Backing up much more than we did would have put us into the site of the trailer behind us. For an RV of our size, they should have recommended a different site, especially when I told them how large our RV was upon making the reservation. If you're coming to this park in a motorhome but you don't have a car, expect to do a lot of walking or biking. It's a big park and if you don't have a mode of transportation, it's a lot of "huffing and puffing" on foot or by bike up and down the hilly roads around the campsites. We were in loop D in a motorhome with no car and pretty much had to walk everywhere. Everything you want (trail heads, nature center, pool, general store, docks, etc.) is at least a 15 minute walk, sometimes longer, along combinations of trails and roads that other cars are using.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 05/25/2016

Overall, we really liked visiting Fall Creek Falls SP. we brought our 39' fifth wheel trailer. I would not recommend entering the park via the north entrance with the RV in tow. We camped on site E219. It is on a very tight circle which we navigated (barely) without contacting trees. Backing down into the circle would have been the better plan. Our site, though quite large and deep, was only usable at the end due to slant. Once level, the front of the RV was 5" off the ground. The park itself... Read More

Overall, we really liked visiting Fall Creek Falls SP. we brought our 39' fifth wheel trailer. I would not recommend entering the park via the north entrance with the RV in tow. We camped on site E219. It is on a very tight circle which we navigated (barely) without contacting trees. Backing down into the circle would have been the better plan. Our site, though quite large and deep, was only usable at the end due to slant. Once level, the front of the RV was 5" off the ground. The park itself was a natural wonder. They hadn't had much rain so the waterfalls were not flowing impressively. Still all were very nice to see. Signage throughout the park was faded and hard to read. Most of the trails were pretty rough and past attempts to stabilize them needed replacing. We got the feel that the park was in bad need of TLC but one should note that they have begun a restoration project (results TBD). Still, the trails were passable, technically interesting at times, and bug free. They do have a nice "village" in the park with a small grocery, tourist shop, laundry, pool, and snack bar. Elsewhere, there is a very nice Inn on a lake for those not camping that has a pool and a restaurant with a great buffet.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 05/23/2016

Fall Creek Falls is stunning and lives up to its reputation of beautiful waterfalls. There are several different trails to hike, and those we went on all had their to look at and enjoy. The suspension bridge we encountered was a lot of fun, and we also rode horses at the neaby stables and had a great time. The lodge has wonderful food, and, like at many of the other state parks here in Tennessee, everyone was fantastic and helped ensure our stay was wonderful. The campground area is laid out in... Read More

Fall Creek Falls is stunning and lives up to its reputation of beautiful waterfalls. There are several different trails to hike, and those we went on all had their to look at and enjoy. The suspension bridge we encountered was a lot of fun, and we also rode horses at the neaby stables and had a great time. The lodge has wonderful food, and, like at many of the other state parks here in Tennessee, everyone was fantastic and helped ensure our stay was wonderful. The campground area is laid out in typical state park fashion with several loops, and they were tight but mostly easy to navigate. The slots are beautiful, though, and we will certainly be back at some point in the future!
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4 4 out of 5 stars 06/28/2016

Big beautiful park. A little neglected in that low hanging limbs rub the fiver as we navigated to our spot in the B-Section. Lots of wildlife. Had 8 deer in the camp site every morning. Eating apples from my hand. Zip line rides were advertised every where. We tried to find it and had to ask several park employees. Signage is inadequate about the park. Finally found zip line, it was closed until the next month. Roomy camp sites and quiet. I would stay here again.

5 5 out of 5 stars 06/13/2016

I read about this state park in Trailer Life Magazine, where it was rated quite highly, and I now see why. It's a great state park--clean, forested, with a large lake, boat rentals, a pool, trails, waterfalls and streams (that you can swim in), horseback riding, etc., etc. We spent two days and three nights here, and had a great time. We probably could have spent another day to see the few other things that we didn't get to see. As I mention below, if you don't have a car expect to do a lot of walking... Read More

I read about this state park in Trailer Life Magazine, where it was rated quite highly, and I now see why. It's a great state park--clean, forested, with a large lake, boat rentals, a pool, trails, waterfalls and streams (that you can swim in), horseback riding, etc., etc. We spent two days and three nights here, and had a great time. We probably could have spent another day to see the few other things that we didn't get to see. As I mention below, if you don't have a car expect to do a lot of walking or biking. I was a bit disappointed with the site for our motorhome, though. I have a 30 foot long Class A RV, and our site was too short for it. The site was very unlevel, and because our site was so short, the front of the RV was only a couple of feet from the road edge, pitched down beyond the leveling capability of our RV. Backing up much more than we did would have put us into the site of the trailer behind us. For an RV of our size, they should have recommended a different site, especially when I told them how large our RV was upon making the reservation. If you're coming to this park in a motorhome but you don't have a car, expect to do a lot of walking or biking. It's a big park and if you don't have a mode of transportation, it's a lot of "huffing and puffing" on foot or by bike up and down the hilly roads around the campsites. We were in loop D in a motorhome with no car and pretty much had to walk everywhere. Everything you want (trail heads, nature center, pool, general store, docks, etc.) is at least a 15 minute walk, sometimes longer, along combinations of trails and roads that other cars are using.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 05/25/2016

Overall, we really liked visiting Fall Creek Falls SP. we brought our 39' fifth wheel trailer. I would not recommend entering the park via the north entrance with the RV in tow. We camped on site E219. It is on a very tight circle which we navigated (barely) without contacting trees. Backing down into the circle would have been the better plan. Our site, though quite large and deep, was only usable at the end due to slant. Once level, the front of the RV was 5" off the ground. The park itself... Read More

Overall, we really liked visiting Fall Creek Falls SP. we brought our 39' fifth wheel trailer. I would not recommend entering the park via the north entrance with the RV in tow. We camped on site E219. It is on a very tight circle which we navigated (barely) without contacting trees. Backing down into the circle would have been the better plan. Our site, though quite large and deep, was only usable at the end due to slant. Once level, the front of the RV was 5" off the ground. The park itself was a natural wonder. They hadn't had much rain so the waterfalls were not flowing impressively. Still all were very nice to see. Signage throughout the park was faded and hard to read. Most of the trails were pretty rough and past attempts to stabilize them needed replacing. We got the feel that the park was in bad need of TLC but one should note that they have begun a restoration project (results TBD). Still, the trails were passable, technically interesting at times, and bug free. They do have a nice "village" in the park with a small grocery, tourist shop, laundry, pool, and snack bar. Elsewhere, there is a very nice Inn on a lake for those not camping that has a pool and a restaurant with a great buffet.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 05/23/2016

Fall Creek Falls is stunning and lives up to its reputation of beautiful waterfalls. There are several different trails to hike, and those we went on all had their to look at and enjoy. The suspension bridge we encountered was a lot of fun, and we also rode horses at the neaby stables and had a great time. The lodge has wonderful food, and, like at many of the other state parks here in Tennessee, everyone was fantastic and helped ensure our stay was wonderful. The campground area is laid out in... Read More

Fall Creek Falls is stunning and lives up to its reputation of beautiful waterfalls. There are several different trails to hike, and those we went on all had their to look at and enjoy. The suspension bridge we encountered was a lot of fun, and we also rode horses at the neaby stables and had a great time. The lodge has wonderful food, and, like at many of the other state parks here in Tennessee, everyone was fantastic and helped ensure our stay was wonderful. The campground area is laid out in typical state park fashion with several loops, and they were tight but mostly easy to navigate. The slots are beautiful, though, and we will certainly be back at some point in the future!
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2009 Village Camp Road, Spencer, TN 37367
Coordinates: 35.677930, -85.339360
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From Pikeville, W 12 mi on SR-30 to Hwy 284, SW 4 mi (R)

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