Crossville / I-40 KOA Holiday Recreation

Unique Activities and Recreation at Crossville / I-40 KOA Holiday 

Campers can enjoy recreational activities across the Crossville/I-40 KOA Campground. Whether you prefer to spend time in the great outdoors or stay inside, there is plenty for you to enjoy. Spend a relaxing day swimming in the pool or fishing at the pond. You could also engage in friendly competitions with fellow campers while playing gaga ball, volleyball or games in the Game Room. The recreational activities are all within walking distance of any of our campsites. If you want to have fun off the campground, consider exploring the local area's attractions. There are many places for hiking near Crossville, Tennessee, whether you want an easy hike or a more challenging one. You can also have a relaxing trip while walking around the Historic District or visiting one of the many parks in Crossville.

Fishing Pond

Fishing Pond

You can fish (catch & release with barbless hooks) for bass, bluegill, catfish, and others at the pond near the gravel Pull-Thru RV Sites and Deluxe Cabins.

Tie Dye Shirts

Tie Dye Shirts

Design your own Tie Dye Shirt during your stay with us and take home a camping souvenir.  Offered weekends May - October.

Swimming Pool

Swimming Pool

Enjoy our heated pool overlooking the Cumberland Mountains. You and your family can enjoy the water, whether focusing on relaxing or getting daily laps in. Open Daily: May 6, 2022 - October 31, 2022 from 9:00am - 9:00pm

Game Room

Game Room

Come enjoy some family game time in the Game Room. Enjoy a game of pool, ping pong, air hockey, foosball or step up the competition with a round of cornhole. Engaging in friendly competitions with your family and friends is an excellent way to pass the time or end the night.

Tetherball

Tetherball

Grab a friend and have some fun playing tetherball on the activity lawn.

Volleyball

Volleyball

Grab the family and have a friendly match of volleyball on the activity lawn.

Playgrounds & Outdoor Fields

Playgrounds & Outdoor Fields

Enjoy the playgrounds and rolling hills around the campground with plenty of room to explore without traveling too far from your campsite. Kids will love running around the playgrounds and fields while using their imaginations.

Walking Trail

Walking Trail

A great place to unwind after a long travel day! This is a half mile, gravel trail with a small hill. It offers an easy walk along the forest and down by the creek. You can enjoy the views of the Cumberland Plateau and mountains.

Basketball

Basketball

Need your sports fix while enjoying the relaxation of camping? Enjoy some basketball outside our Rec Hall. You can shoot hoops alone or play a pick-up game or two with your family or other campers.

The Wilderness

The Wilderness

Acres of fields, trees and streams all waiting for you to explore. Venture away from the campsites to embark on an easy hike through the woods on the campground. You can experience nature's beauty while walking around and seeing all the wildlife.

Gaga Ball

Gaga Ball

Head back to the activity lawn and enjoy some fast-paced, energetic fun in the Gaga Ball Pit. Play with a bunch of other campers to see who lasts the longest without their legs touching the ball.

Pond Golf

Pond Golf

When visiting the "Golf Capital of Tennessee," playing a round of golf is essential. Show off your swing and give it your best shot to make a hole in one — pond golf style. Though Pond Golf is not your typical golf, you and your family will enjoy playing it. You can play during select weekends throughout the camping season, May through October.

Cornhole

Cornhole

Enjoy some friendly competition with a round of cornhole located in the Rec Hall or Pavilion. You can have fun attempting to get all of your bags through the hole on the board.