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Old Mill Camp and General Store

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Old Mill Camp and General Store

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4801 Blackburn Fork Rd, Cookeville, TN 38501-2183
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MissMem wrote a review Nov 2020
Memphis, Tennessee1,148 contributions340 helpful votes
This is a really special campground. The staff is very welcoming. The sites are great. It's clean and very well kept. And there are special touches around the property including a swing set, a front porch stage and very nicely gardened walking paths. And, very nearby is Cummins Falls State Park, a very special place.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Betty Q wrote a review May 2020
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RV camped here the week before Memorial Day. Has spacious, drive thru and back in RV sites with full hookups and a dedicated tent camping area, too. Old Mill Campground offers the most clean facilities I have ever experienced. The sites are manicured and very well maintained, the bathrooms, showers and grounds were immaculate. This is a family owned/run facility and they are very much hands on in every aspect of the operation. The owners are the friendliest, most accommodating folks who truly want their customers to be happy in their camping experience. The Old Mill General store offers great handmade sandwiches and outstanding ice cream on site. Tonya, Rita and Tommie are true local Tennessee ladies with great big southern hearts that make you feel right at home. Will definitely go back.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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lange1 wrote a review May 2020
Coker Creek, Tennessee463 contributions121 helpful votes
It’s so nice to camp with a dog and not have some one screaming at you to have it on a leash 24/7. The camp spot was huge and he was able to be on OUR spot with no one crabbing at us. The walk to the overlook was fun from there . The shower rooms are spotless and the General store was a treat.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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RGarland wrote a review Apr 2020
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This park was one of the nicer ones we have stayed at. Feels more like a nice state park... Lots are spaced out nicely, with grass, gravel and some partially paved spots. Picnic table and fire ring provided. You can tell that the owners really care about providing a nice place as things are landscaped well, and kept mowed and super clean. The office is part of a General Store, which has some really nice “tourist” items, along with snacks, cold drinks, and more. Best thing is the awesome ice cream cones and sandwiches. Can’t say enough things about how nice the owners are.... we chose to stay there when we were deployed to Cookeville to help with disaster recovery after tornados ripped up the town. We were with Samaritans Purse and weren’t sure how long we would need to stay. They worked with us on letting us continue to stay there, especially after the Covid-19 virus made a big appearance. We stayed an extra 2 weeks because we felt safer being there than traveling home to New Mexico. The park is about 12 miles out of Cookeville and is located right across the street from the Cummins Falls State Park. The falls are within walking distance, and apparently a very popular place in the summer. We can’t recommend this RV park enough. We will definitely make it a point to come back there...hopefully, this summer.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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HenryandJane R wrote a review Mar 2020
Whiting, New Jersey14 contributions7 helpful votes
We stayed at Old Mill Camp while volunteering with Samaritan's Purse following the tornado disaster in middle Tennessee. The staff was friendly and accommodating. We didn't use the facilities, so we can't speak to that. We did take a hike to the waterfall at the state park prior to leaving and it did not disappoint!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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