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David Crockett State Park

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David Crockett State Park

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Agnes984 wrote a review Aug 2020
United, Pennsylvania79 contributions17 helpful votes
We visited the park on our trip to Lawrenceburg. We enjoyed stopping to look at the different areas thru out the park. Very relaxing. Will go again in the near future.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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NF2013_13 wrote a review Jul 2020
Orlando, Florida380 contributions142 helpful votes
We came upon David Crockett State Park while traveling through TN with a short stay at Natchez Trace RV Campground. It is a beautiful state park with a very pretty campground. We learned a whole lot about "Davey" Crockett that we never knew and thoroughly enjoyed the park's museum. It's a very lush and pretty state park. We liked also that the park had a nature center with some rescued and rehabilitated birds there that were sadly unable to be released again, but the state park is housing and taking care of them. If you're in the area, it's worth stopping by. P.S. We learned he was a Congressman at one time and that "Davey" Crockett never went by Davey; thus the name David Crockett State Park.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Travis B wrote a review Jul 2020
Fairview, Tennessee1 contribution
They should improve the power grid. 95 volts will kill compressors. Low voltage is a constant issue all summer at this campground.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Chrissy B wrote a review Mar 2020
Alexandria, Alabama5 contributions
Beautiful park that is well maintained, lots to do from swiming to the lake to fishing to boating. You can bring your own or rent from them, very reasonable camping rates, cant wait to go back! We so so many deer and turkey
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Date of experience: March 2020
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LOHdlh wrote a review Feb 2020
3 contributions1 helpful vote
Background: Wife and I on a 400+ mile Natchez Trace excursion from South to North. We stayed 1 night in a travel trailer with a small dog. Pros: - pleasant and professional check in. Clean office efficiently run. - clear map and instructions to our assigned lot. -facilites are in prime condition with large concrete slabs, 30 - 50 amp electrical, water and picnic table. Good separation from camping neighbors. - Showers are plentiful with good privacy. Clean toilets, warm (Feb stay) and well illuminated. -Bountiful wildlife (35 white tailed deer in adjacent pasture in early am) Cons: - one shower stall had no hot water... presumed a closed feed valve upstream. All others were fine. Tennessee is to be commended on funding and maintenance of this park. It could be considered a "destination" spot for those so inclined to trails, bikes, wildlife viewing, Trail of Tears, etc.. Kudos to the Big T!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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