Local Area Attractions Near Crossville / I-40 KOA Holiday
You and your family can enjoy the great outdoors while staying in Crossville, “The Golf Capital of Tennessee.” With the campground less than an hour from Knoxville and about 1.5 hours from Nashville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, Crossville/I-40 KOA Holiday makes the perfect base camp for all your adventures. There are many things to do in Crossville, Tennessee, from visiting the Cumberland Mountain State Park and Ozone Falls to walking downtown and around the Historic District. If you want to continue having fun, you can check out all the recreation options at our campground as you relax and meet other campers after a day of exploring the local area. Start planning your next trip to Crossville by reserving a campsite today!
Cumberland Mountain State Park
Love exploring the beauty of nature? Head over to the Cumberland State Park. With over 14 different hiking and biking trails, playgrounds, and water recreation, the State Park offers a variety of outdoor activities ranging in difficulty level. When you're ready to unwind, enjoy a meal at the Homestead Harvest Restaurant which has incredible views of the park.
1125, 24 Office Dr.
Crossville, TN 38555
Cumberland County Playhouse
The Cumberland County Playhouse is the only major non-profit professional performing arts resource in rural Tennessee, and one of the ten largest professional theaters in rural America. It serves more than 145,000 visitors annually with two indoor and two outdoor stages, young audience productions, a comprehensive dance program, a concert series and touring shows.
221 Tennessee Ave.
Crossville, TN 38555
Cumberland Homestead Historic District
Enjoy a walk through history during your stay in Crossville. The Cumberland Homesteads was one of the largest of roughly 100 Subsistence Homestead Communities built to aid families under FDR's New Deal from 1931 to 1941. The Historic district begins directly across from the KOA entrance, where you can take a drive and admire these historic homes. Along your way you can make a stop at the Homestead Tower Museum to learn more about this time in history.
Crossville - The Golf Capital of Tennessee
Crossville and Cumberland County, Tennessee, easily lay claim to being called the “Golf Capital of Tennessee.” Situated on Tennessee's Cumberland Plateau, 11 championship golf courses await golfers of all skill levels. From Wyndham at Fairfield Glade, Tennessee's famous vacation and retirement resort featuring 90 holes of golf, to the Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain State Park, Tennessee's first Jack Nicklaus-designed course, the best spot for golf in Tennessee is Crossville and Cumberland County.
Ozone Falls plunges 110 feet over a sandstone cap rock into a deep, rock-strewn pool. Fall Creek then disappears underground, re-emerging several yards downstream. Because of its picturesque beauty and easy access, Ozone Falls was selected for filming scenes for the original Jungle Book movie. A quick 10 minute drive from the KOA, you will reach the trails that will take you to the top and bottom of falls.