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If you are looking at an RV rental in Sullivan County, you may want to focus on the Lakeview RV Park and Campground in Bluff City. This charming, convenient campground has been recognized as the Tennessee Campground of the Year multiple times, and it will not disappoint you. It features wide roads, easy access, a swimming pool, a fully equipped pavilion, and a camp store.
The campsites at Lakeview RV Park and Campground provide full hookups, satellite TV hookups, and trash service. Service is 30/50 amp. RV sites are 50 feet long. Other campground amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a pet area, and WiFi. The campground is family-friendly and pet-friendly.
The Warriors' Path State Park is well worth a visit when you rent a camper near the Lakeview RV Park and Campground. This 950-acre park on the Holston River was named for the Great Cherokee War and Trading Path. It now boasts a nationally recognized golf course and disc golf course, a mountain bike trail system that is a designated National Recreational Trail, and an award-winning nature education program. Paddleboats, canoes, single and tandem kayaks, and paddleboards are available for rent. Other recreational opportunities include swimming, hiking, fishing, horseback riding, and bird watching.
You can also marvel at the Bristol Caverns when you camp in an RV near Bluff City. These caverns were carved by the Underground River 200 to 400 million years ago. More recently, they were used by Native Americans to facilitate escapes and raids. Currently, they are open to the public for tours and exploration. The natural stone formations display organic hues of white, red, blue, and grey. Guided tours cover all three levels of the caverns, including Lover’s Leap and the Bridal Veil formation. Gemstone panning is available. There is a gift shop with souvenirs and collectible minerals.
The Cherokee National Forest is an excellent way to explore nature’s majesty with your Bluff City rental motorhome. This forest offers the unique opportunity to harvest ginseng (with the appropriate permits). It also offers world-class whitewater rapids. Some of the other special places in the forest include the Roan Highlands, Backbone Lake Recreation Area, Coker Creek Area and the Millennium Trail, the French Broad River Area, and the Bald Mountains. Recreational opportunities to enjoy while you're here include gold collecting, target shooting, geocaching and letterboxing, hiking, biking, climbing, fishing and hunting, water sports, and snow sports.
You’ll be near Johnson City when you are RV camping at the Lakeview RV Park and Campground. This city features spectacular mountain scenery and outdoor recreation, plenty of Southern charm, history and culture, and vibrancy all its own. Some of the highlights here include the Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park, Tweetsie Trail, the George L. Carter Railroad Museum, the Tannery Knobs Mountain Bike Park, and the Museum of Ancient Brick.
Special events that take place in and around the area every year include the Washington County Heritage Fair, the Summer Solstice Festival, the Blue Plum Festival, Meet the Mountains, the Johnson City Jazz Festival, and the East Tennessee Celtic Festival and Highland Games. Check out Visit Johnson City Tennessee, the Northeast Tennessee Tourism Association, and Downtown Johnson City for up-to-date information on area attractions, events, and visitor guides.
Kingsport is also easily accessible when you are staying at one of the RV parks in Bluff City. Kingston was one of the country’s first “model cities,” and it remains an excellent example of the best of big-city amenities and small-town charm. Some of the top things to see and do here include Bays Mountain Park & Planetarium, the Kingsport Downtown Antique District, the Kingsport Carousel and Park, and the 1850's living history farmstead at Exchange Place.
Special events that you may want to consider when planning your trip here include the Racks by the Tracks Festival, Kingsport’s Spring Wing Fling, FunFest, and the Smoky Mountain Scottish Festival and Games. Be sure to visit Tennessee Vacation, Visit Kingsport Tennessee, and the Kingsport Chamber of Commerce for the latest in local news, happenings, and visitor guides.
When you leave your campsite at Lakeview RV Park and Campground to check out the taste of the town, you’ll have your choice of classic Southern comfort food, authentic barbecue, pizza, burgers, and familiar fast-casual chains. If you need to fuel up your Bluff City motorhome rental, you can find both diesel fuel and gasoline easily at any of the service stations, convenience stores, or truck stops in the area.