We love these places and recommend them to any guest looking for something fun to do in the area!
Hohenwald / Natchez Trace KOA is home to one of the best fishin' holes around. Chief Creek Lake is over 300 acres and is completely on the preserve. Boaters are welcome (No Wake) and a fishing license is required to fish. Licenses can be purchased on site at our Trading Post country store.
We are located just off of the Trace. The Natchez Trace Parkway, however, has many wonderful stops that are fun for the whole family! The maps and attractions located on the Trace can be found at the Ranger Station upon arrival.
In 2006, with a collective 50 years in the restaurant industry, Danny and Mandy Weigel opened The Junkyard Dog Restaurant in downtown Hohenwald. Quickly becoming a hotspot in the region for great food in an eclectic yet cozy atmosphere, the Junkyard offers top quality steaks, seafood and signature dishes, courtesy of food designer Danny Weigel.Pasta, seafood, steaks and more are mainstays on the menu, as are fresh salads, warm-the-soul soups and Mandys famous gumbo. With the addition of a banquet room, The Garage, in the summer of 2010, Mandy and Danny welcome groups of 20-40 by reservation to try out the Garages exclusive menu.Located just 7 miles from the Natchez Trace Parkway, The Junkyard has become a destination for bikers and Trace travelers.
Open 5 Days A WeekWed.-Thurs. 11-8
Closed Monday & TuesdayA Full Service
Internet reservations are currently not available for this KOA.
Please call the campground directly to make your reservations at 800-562-2793