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Jamestown, TN is often known as the gateway to Big Fork County, surrounded by some rugged and beautiful scenery, filled with rivers, forests and rock formations. When you book an RV rental in Fentress County, you will have these outdoor opportunities at your doorstep.
The town is home to a number of well-known landmarks such as the York Gristmill, the world famous 127 sale, which is the world's longest yard sale and Highland Manor, the state's oldest winery. The town has a range of cultural and consumer attractions, but still remains almost a hidden gem in the heart of Tennessee. The town of Russell Springs, KY lies to the north and Crossville, TN to the south, and although it may be a bit of a drive, both Knoxville and Nashville are within reaching distance.
Spanning an area over 125,000 acres, Big South Fork National River and Recreation area is one of the biggest draws to this part of the world. It is known for its impressive gorges, incredible arches and sandstorm buffs that scatter the landscape surrounding the Big South Fork of the Cumberland River. Whatever type of outdoor recreation that you enjoy, chances are you are able to do it at Big Fork, the hardest part will simply be deciding what natural wonder, historic site or trail to see next. For extreme sports try your hand at white water rafting, or for something a little calmer take a walk through the banks of wildflowers and find out more about them in one of the two visitor centers. Whatever you choose to do, you are likely to be so tired you will need the comfort of a luxury RV rental from Jamestown to come back to.
For those that are a fan of horse riding, East Fork Stables have over 100 miles of trails exclusively for equestrian use. On these trails, riders can enjoy surroundings of waterfalls, lily pad ponds, and rock formations. The paths will take you through sand, shaded forest and open meadow, and there are also a number of themed walks throughout the year where food and entertainment is included.
There are also a couple of parks in the town itself, which means you won't have to travel very far in your camper rental from Jamestown. The Jamestown Community Park provides a hub for locals and visitors alike, with a number of pavilions, tennis courts, playgrounds, and walking paths to enjoy. Another park in town is the Mark Twain Park, which offers a lovely, landscaped area to simply relax, and is the home of the last remaining springs located in the city center.
Located near Jamestown and Big South Fork is Maple Hill RV park, on the US 127 just north of town. The park is open year round and always try to provide their guests with a range of entertainment options. Although a relatively basic park, it has all the amenities needed for a comfortable stay in your Jamestown RV rental and has the enviable location if being near some of the biggest attractions in the state, such as Big South Fork, Pickett State Park, and Dale Hollow Lake.
For those that want to be in the heart of the great outdoors, camp directly in Pickett State Park, which offers 32 campsites, each which have electric and water hookups, picnic tables and grills. The area is served with a modern bathhouse and dump station. It is a good place to stay in your travel trailer rental from Jamestown if you are seeking a range of recreational activities at your doorstep including fishing, hiking, and swimming.
To the east of town, True West campground offers a truly unique place to stay and is likely to be a completely different camping experience than what you are used to. The park is opened to everyone but more tailored to those that have a horse and are looking for a 'true West' experience. The cafe, shop and other amenities have all been designed in a western style, and there are a places to keep horses overnight. It is centrally located in Big South Fork, with easy access to a number of trails, many of which are private.
Highland Manor Winery is well worth a visit while cruising around in your travel trailer rental from Jamestown. Patrons are treated to tastings of some of the finest wines, all set to some beautiful scenery. Picnic on the grounds and have a tour of the vineyards and fields of blueberries.
Of course, no trip to Jamestown would be complete without seeing the world's longest yard sale, which is quite a claim to fame. The sale usually starts on the first Thursday of August through to the following Sunday, although sellers tend to start selling well before that. People clear out their homes and line their front yards along the Highway 127 corridor which stretches over 690 miles! Take a drive along the highway in your RV rental from Jamestown TN and see what treasures you can pick up. Even if you don't intend to buy, with such a range of interesting items, it is inevitable that you will come home with something new. Plus, you can say you have been to the world's longest yard sale!
Another fun stop in town is Ye Old Jail Museum, which served as the county's second jail. Constructed out of local sandstone, the building was used as a jail from 1900 to 1979, with many of the original cells still intact. This is truly a small but important piece of Tennessee history, where you can also view a range of historical artifacts.
Should you be seeking that amazing Tennessee mountain air, consider a motorhome rental in Jamestown. Enjoy the parks, hike a trail, relax by a campfire, and take in the breathtaking scenery. Rent a luxury motorhome rental in Jamestown, TN and set out on a great outdoor recreational adventure.