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When you are planning a trip with a campervan rental near Greenback, Tennessee, you’ll need a place to call your temporary home. You may want to check out the Lotterdale Cove Campground. This is part of a three-campground complex on Tellico Lake. The security-gated campground offers a beach with a swimming area, boat ramps and a boat dock, a mini convenience store, and an on-site resident manager. Jet skis are available for rent.
There are wooded and lakefront campsites at Lotterdale Cove Campground. Sites offer electric and water hookups and fire rings. Service is 20/30/50-amp. Campground amenities include restrooms and showers, three bathhouses, a waste disposal and water station, and WiFi. The campground is family-friendly and pet-friendly.
Cumberland Mountain State Park is an excellent way to experience the great outdoors when you book a travel trailer rental near the Lotterdale Cove Campground. The park sits on the Cumberland Plateau and is the largest timbered plateau in the country. The park’s Bear Trace golf course has been recognized by Golf Magazine, Golf Digest, and Golfweek Magazine. Other recreational activities here include swimming, fishing, mountain biking, and bird watching. Canoes, kayaks, tandem kayaks, pedal boats, fishing boats, and paddleboards are available for rent. Trail maps are available for download. There is a full-service lakefront restaurant in the park. Park events and programs include guided waterfall tours, rock climbing workshops, and animal activities.
Explore nature, natural history, and American history at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park when you camp in an RV near Greenback. This park is world-famous for its diversity of plant and animal life as well as its spectacular natural and ecological features, including numerous waterfalls. There are over 1,500 species of flowering plants here. They are in bloom all year round. The week-long Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage features educational programs and guided walks. Autumn drives and hikes focus on fall foliage. Other recreational opportunities in the park include hiking, climbing, biking, fishing and hunting, scenic drives, and nature viewing and photography.
Experience the great outdoors in a great way when you visit the Nantahala National Forest with your rental motorhome near the Lotterdale Cove Campground. This forest includes over 600 miles of multi-use trails. Special areas include the Wild and Scenic Chattanooga River, the Mountain Waters Scenic Byway, the Cherohala Skyway, the Ellicott Rock Wilderness Area, and the Southern Nantahala Wilderness Area. Recreational opportunities to enjoy while you're here include three target shooting ranges, hiking, climbing, swimming, fishing and hunting, picnicking, geocaching and letterboxing, winter sports, rock collecting, and picnicking.
You can explore the Fort Loudoun State Historic Park when you rent a camper near Greenback. Fort Loudoun was built during the French and Indian war. The 1,200-acre park was reconstructed during the Great Depression and has been designated as a National Historic Landmark. The interpretative center features a 15-minute film, information on local history, and exhibits of excavated artifacts. Interpretive programs and living history demonstrations are also offered. Other park opportunities include five miles of moderate hiking trails, a fishing pier, and kayak and stand-up paddleboard rentals. Special events in the park include night hikes, guided tours, lectures and presentations, and the 18th Century Trade Faire.
You can also check out Knoxville’s big-city attractions and amenities with your RV rental near Lotterdale Cove Campground. Some of the highlights here include the Market Square district, the Knoxville Museum of Art, the World’s Fair Park with the Sunsphere, the Museum of East Tennessee History, and Zoo Knoxville. You can take a self-guided themed tour such as the Maker City Tour, the French Broad Driving Tour, or the Knoxville Murals Tour. Special events that take place in and around here that you may want to plan around include the Broadway at the Tennessee Theatre series, the Foothills Craft Guild Artisan Market, Mardi Growl, the Tennessee Valley Fair, the Women in Jazz Jam Festival, and Bike Boat Brew and Bark. Make sure to check out Visit Knoxville, the City of Knoxville Things to Do, and the Official Tennessee Department of Tourism for up-to-date information on area attractions, events, and visitor guides.
There is a mini convenience store with snacks and drinks on-site at the RV campground, but when you decide to head into town, you’ll be able to find authentic barbecue, comfort food, bar and grill fare, pizza, ethnic eateries, and more. And when you need to fill up your fuel tank, there are gas stations, convenience stores, and truck stops with both gasoline and diesel fuel.