Knoxville, TN RV Rentals and Motorhome Rentals
Recent traveler reviews in Knoxville, TN
This was perfect for our weekend camping trip. It was super easy to drive with great visibility, easy to park with the review camera and fit our family perfectly. Matt did a...
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They are outstanding to rent from. I have rented twice from them and they have provided incredible customer service each time! Thank you!
The best experience I have ever had renting anything. Not to mention that the RV was spectacular. I can't say enough good things about Ashley and her incredible customer...
From start to finish we had a 5 star experience renting from Ashley and we absolutely loved "Bessie"! We were provided a very detailed walk-thru when we met to pick Bessie up,...
RV was great. You will not find a nicer couple to rent from. We had a great time in "Bessie"! Highly recommended.
Ashely was very helpful And very easy to work with. We had a fabulous experience.
Ashley was great to deal with, but RV was less than expected. Had significant plumbing problems, that did not allow us to use restroom or water. Wished this was known at time...
I would highly recommend this rental! Lindsay was extremely helpful for the duration of our stay. The camper was clean and comfortable. Also, lindsay made sure to have all the...
Information About Knoxville, TN
Most visitors come to Knoxville to stay in a city only steps away from the iconic Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which is just one part of an impressive network of vast parks and nature preserves that dominate the eastern part of Tennessee. There are also some interesting vestiges of the region's long history here, like the excavated burial mound on the University of Tennessee campus that dates back more than 3000 years. Other points of interest include homes and settlements that date back to the Revolutionary War and the first European explorers. Cruise through town with your RV and see them before turning your wheels toward the mountains, and an untouched region of natural wilderness that stretches from the Kentucky state line all the way to Chattahoochee National Forest in Georgia. Rent an RV in Knoxville to get the most of your road trip, and the popularity of recreational vehicles locally means there are several different kinds available. Spend a few days exploring the area's Civil War sites or take a few weeks to wander through the legendary misty mountains.
RVs for Rent Near Knoxville, TN
RV Rentals in Counties Near Knoxville, TN
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Popular parks near Knoxville, TN
Great Smoky Mountains National Park167 RV Rentals
Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park292 RV Rentals
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area293 RV Rentals
Blue Ridge Parkway143 RV Rentals
Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site186 RV Rentals
Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area77 RV Rentals
Pisgah National Forest184 RV Rentals
Vogel State Park358 RV Rentals
Grundy Forest State Natural Area170 RV Rentals
Top 10 Hiking Trails for RVers
|Rainbow Falls Trail||Gatlinburg||Tennessee|
|Abrams Falls Trail||Townsend||Tennessee|
|Grotto Falls Trail||Gatlinburg||Tennessee|
|Looking Glass Rock Trail||Brevard||North Carolina|
|Virgin Falls Trail||Sparta||Tennessee|
|Chimney Tops Trail [CLOSED]||Gatlinburg||Tennessee|
|Table Rock Trail||Pickens||South Carolina|
|Alum Cave Trail to Mount LeConte||Gatlinburg||Tennessee|
|Raven Cliff Falls Trail||Helen||Georgia|
|Blood Mountain and Freeman Loop Trail||Blairsville||Georgia|
Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Knoxville, TN
The park is located 10 miles away from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. You can choose from many outdoor activities such as trout fishing, horseback riding, white water rafting, hiking, golfing and biking. Take a dip in the large splash pool or in the heated pool, enjoy free Wi-Fi and cable TV hook ups. One of the nicer locations the paved roads and paved pads allow even inexperienced RV renters to easily navigate the area.
Located a short walk from downtown or quick ride on the shuttle this large RV park is tucked off the highway with large sites and pretty trees. What makes this location so great for families in RV rentals is the adjacent recently updated community park. With miles of trails, ball fields and playgrounds it offers a great way for the kids to blow off steam without annoying the neighbors.
The park is known for having the largest RV sites outside of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. You can enjoy the sounds of fresh running water, as the campground is located between two creeks, Walden Creek and Cove Creek, and your site will be surrounded by beautiful hardwoods. A serene settings that is easy to access in your RV rental
Next to RV parks Pigeon Forge is probably most noted for its wide choice of miniature golf choices. you could spend a week in town and not play all of the courses available. As a bonus each course is usually convenient to go-kart track too!
Known as the biggest "ticketed" tourist attraction in Tennessee. A great amusement park with exciting rides, where you can also find arts and crafts, and even catch a musical performance by Dolly Parton. You can also take the kids to the splash park which also forms part of this giant theme park.
A museum as big as the Titanic see real artifacts and stick your hand in water that is cold as the water Jack and Rose... err the real victims hit when that giant ship went down.
Are you looking for a quiet and peaceful place to stay, but with all the amenities you could want close by? If so, head down to Southlake RV Park in Knoxville, Tennessee. There is an atmosphere of serenity here, but you are close enough to Knoxville, where you can dine, visit museums and take advantage of the micro brewery industry. How would you fancy a tasting session of different craft beers? Across the road from the park is an award-winning barbecue restaurant, which has been shown on the Food Network. If you enjoy the outdoor life, head over to the Great Smoky Mountains, just a 30-minute car ride away. Here you can hike, go horseback riding, and have fun tubing. If you feel like having a peaceful day, stay at the park and take advantage of the swimming pool. There is full hookup, restrooms, and a laundry facility here. The park was built to accommodate visitors to the World's Fair in 1982, and is run by the Smith family.
Local RV Owners Suggest
- WhereMarket Square, Knoxville, TN 37902, USA
- Where7261 E Lamar Alexander Pkwy, Townsend, TN 37882, USA
beautiful campground, right on the Little River. amazing host and has working farm! By Kristin Graham
- Where1703 TN-139, Dandridge, TN 37725, USA
- WhatRV Park
One of the absolute best parks in the country! Beautiful view of Dandridge Lake and a short drive to Gatlinburg and the Smokies with being in the middle of everything. Playground and water activities. By Gary Humble
- Where8533 State Highway 73, Townsend, TN 37882, USA
- WherePigeon Forge, TN, USA
- Where2603 Veterans Blvd, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863, USA
- Where2700 Dollywood Parks Blvd, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863, USA
- Where4220 Huskey St, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863, USA
- WhereCades Cove, Tennessee 37882, USA
- WhatNational Park
- Known forCheap, Hiking, Kid-friendly, Historic, Sightseeing, Day trip
lots of animals can be seen if you go EARLY in morning or LATE in the evening. By Kristin Graham
- Where9275 Tremont Rd, Townsend, TN 37882, USA
- WhatNational Park
- Known forCheap, Hiking, Fishing, Kid-friendly, Sightseeing
I love hiking here!!! I see alot of people fly fishing along the river. it is just beautiful. By Kristin Graham
- Where10042 Campground Dr, Townsend, TN 37882, USA
- Known forDog-friendly, Sleep Under The Stars, Family Friendly, Most Beautiful, Scenic
i spent 2 weeks camping here last summer (2016) with my daughters in a pop-up camper it was a BLAST! no electricity no water! true nature lovers paradise By Kristin Graham
- WhereGatlinburg, TN 37738, USA
- WhereGreat Smoky Mountains, United States
- WhereDouglas Lake, Tennessee, USA
- WhereUnited States
- Where3460 Cosby Hwy, Cosby, TN 37722, USA
- WhatPoint of interest
- Known forKid-friendly, Rainy
food is sooooo good! fresh produce can be purchased. beautiful drive. By Kristin Graham
- Where143 Indian Mt State Park Cir, Jellico, TN 37762, USA
- WhereKOA Campground Rd, Cherokee, NC 28719, USA
- WhereCherokee, NC, USA
- Where777 Casino Dr, Cherokee, NC 28719, USA
- WhatPoint of interest
- Known forRainy, Day trip
I would suggest this for a rainy day, one time only experience. Use THEIR vouchers they give you and play penny machines. It was fun for a rainy, kid free day. By Kristin Graham