Spring Lake RV Resort, Crossville, Tennessee

We were extremely pleased when we pulled into this 64 site RV resort. Located two hours east of Nashville, this resort is situated surrounding the small lake, and about half a mile away from Spring Lake, one of many lakes in the area of Fairfield Glade and Crossville. Grassy, spacious sites and a wooded setting provide the feeling of a state park, but you have the hookups and amenities typical of an RV park including a bathhouse,
laundry, two clubhouses and catch and release fishing.  A dock small dock, beach and playground are also on the premises.  Interior roads and pads are gravel and all sites offer concrete patios, tables and fire rings. Some sites bordering the lake have BBQs and patio swings to enjoy.  This RV resort is simple, yet doing things right. The difference between it and so many other RV resorts is the spacious sites. Care was taken here in offering guests a comfortable place to enjoy time, and not on simply turning a profit.

Best Sites: 25-29, 33-47
Poor Sites: None
Hookups: Electric, Water & Sewer
Potable Water: At Each Site
Dump Within Facility: At Each Site


Unknown said…
I really appreciate this information. I am planning a vacation and have been looking for a resort for RV trailers in Kingsport, TN. Do you happen to have any suggestions? http://www.crowderrv.com
CampCrazy said…
Thanks Lexie for your question. I haven't travelled there specifically, but I did research a bit and would suggest either the Bristol Kingsport KOA or Warrior's Path State Park. Personally, I prefer a state park over a KOA, but from what I've read, the state park is better suited for smaller rigs. Good luck and hope this helps!