Crossville / I-40 KOA

Crossville is a place to stay and play. "Living the dream" is our motto. We offer a friendly, homey atmosphere with lots of "TLC". Open for camping, parties, meetings, reunions and family outings.

The Crossville Tennessee KOA offers you much more than just a place to stop. For non RVers we also have log cabin cottages and a 4-unit upscale suite, log lodge motel/suite accommodations We home a Homestead Home and apartment here - a great place for Family Reunions.. For those that use satellite, we have open sky. We have nice areas with trees for tents. At this time we do not have any RV spaces with shade trees. Looking for a place to play golf, Crossville is the golf capital of Tennessee. Great hiking, biking, canoeing, etc. are all nearby. Call for all the great area attractions. Crossville KOA is located just off of I-40 between two exits, so it's super easy off and on with no back-tracking to head either way. Whether going to or from Nashville 100-miles away or Knoxville 60-miles away, we have easy freeway access. Chattanooga is approximately 75 miles south of the Cumberland, that magic triangle that blends woods and waters of numerous national and state parks with a quality vacation environment atop one of the coolest places some 2000 feet above sea-level on the Cumberland Plateau. A hiking trail runs around the back of our property, and we are very pet friendly.

We have pet rabbits that are very friendly. Our knotty pine store and recreation hall with giant screen TV and movie system can be enjoyed, especially during any possible inclement weather. Our store is chock-full of local crafts, jams and jellies, collectibles; along with fishing items for two stocked ponds and everything a well-stocked KOA store offers. Restaurants are prolific throughout the Crossville area and the longest (over 600-miles) summer flea market runs through Crossville on US 127 during the first week in August. Play badminton or volleyball under the giant oaks, basketball at the recreation center also with table tennis, pool and more.

Just some of the amenities and attractions include: Free WiFi, cable TV, our big group fire pit and plank benches for two folks or 40 where camp stories and s'more memories are made.
The next 3 months we will be having lots of specials and activities. Plan to stay with us and "live the dream" , making memories and seeing the great outdoors from the Cumberland Plateau.

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Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 70' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool (5/31 - 10/1)
  • Propane ($)
  • Fishing
  • Firewood ($)
  • Pavilion
  • Dog Park
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Ways to Stay

Campground Recreation

These activities listed below are all within walking distance of any of our sites. They are all inclusive in the prices.
We even have fishing poles you can use, as well as other equipment needed for the activity.

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