Crossville / I-40 KOA General Information

General Campground Information

General Store Hours

Open Daily 8:00AM - 8:00PM

Check-In/Check-Out Times (CST)

  • RV & Tent sites - 1:00PM
  • Camping Cabins, Deluxe Cabins, Lodge - 3:00PM

  • RV & Tent sites - 11:00AM
  • Camping Cabins, Deluxe Cabins, Lodge - 11:00AM

Quiet Hours

10:00PM - 7:00AM

Pool Hours

Memorial Day Weekend - Labor Day Weekend
9:00AM - 8:00PM

Visitor Policy

Day visitors of registered guests are welcome.
$5 per additional person.
Limit 8 total guests/visitors on an RV site and limit 6 total guests/visitors at all Tent, Camping Cabin, Deluxe Cabins, and Lodge accommodations.

Pet Policy

The campground offers two large K-9 Pet Parks.  One is equipped with an agility course set up in a grassy area with shade trees around and another with open space allowing your furry friends to play off leash.
Pets are allowed in the campground, however all dogs must be on a leash, except when visiting Kamp K9.
There is a 2 dog maximum in Camping and Deluxe Cabins (no cats), with a $15 per pet fee for cabins that allow pets.
No animals are allowed in the Lodge.


There are 2 fishing ponds on site. No license is required.
The ponds are stocked with bass, bluegill and catfish.
Bring your pole and catch some big ones!
Fishing lures and accessories are available for purchase in the General Store.

Fire Rings

Fire Rings are provided at all RV, Tent, Camping Cabin, and Deluxe Cabin sites.
Firewood is available for purchase at the General Store for $6 per bundle.

Meet Your Hosts

One family, three generations working hard to give you an incredible Tennessee camping experience.

Visit the Crossville / I-40 KOA campground, and you'll find the members of the Farmer/Eaton family, along with our favorite assistant Joyce and groundskeeper, David, hard at work to give you an incredible Tennessee camping experience.

Here, you will find three generations of our family operating the campground: Marc and Jane, along with their adult kids, Dustin and Shannon, daughter-in-law Amber, and son-in-law Michael. These are the faces you'll see helping campers make lasting memories at the campground. You'll also find the third generation riding bikes, playing on the playgrounds, catching fish, and using their money to buy ice cream from the General Store. When we aren't at the campground, our family loves to go camping, visit amusement parks, gather for family dinners, and enjoy the great outdoors. From our family to yours, happy camping!