Mountain Lake Marina and Campground

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Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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Mountain Lake Marina and Campground is located in northeastern Tennessee, near the small town of Rocky Top. It is only about 40 miles south of the border with Kentucky. The nearest larger town is Clinton, which is about 10 miles to the south, while the nearest larger city is Knoxville, at around 30 miles to the south.

Mountain Lake Marina and Campground is a large campground that can accommodate all sizes of RVs. The campground sits on the banks of the large, Norris Lake, so it provides a full-service marina that offers access to that large body of water. There is also a seasonal ice cream shop, convenience store, and restaurant available at the marina. This RV campground is situated not far from I-75, so there are all sorts of gas stations and grocery stores available nearby. There are also plenty of restaurants, some specializing in a local favorite, BBQ! With a stay at this family-friendly campground in northeastern Tennessee, you should have no trouble acquiring any services you may need.

The campground provides full-hookup campsites, WiFi, and pool access for its campers. There is also a bathroom, showers, and a laundry facility available. Both overnight and lengthy stays, of up to a year or longer, are welcome here. Camping with an RV in this part of the state will make it easy for you to explore all the attractions found nearby.

The Great Outdoors

RV camping at Mountain Lake Marina and Campground will make it easy to engage in many different outdoor activities. Norris Dam State Park is located near the camp. It features a hydroelectric dam that was built on the Clinch River, and that created Norris Lake. There are all sorts of fun things to do here, including hiking trails, swimming access, fishing, and picnic spots. This is also known to be a good place to spot local wildlife, especially for birdwatching.

Norris Lake is one of the larger reservoirs in the state. The lake is long, narrow, and winding. The many fingers that branch off of it are perfect for exploring by kayak or canoe. Boating and fishing are also regularly enjoyed here. There are plenty of spots that allow for swimming access, as well. Numerous parks are found along the shores of this long body of water.

There are numerous trails that traverse the local area. They cover a wide variety of lengths, difficulty levels, and terrain. They trek through the local forests, meander along lakeshores and waterways, and climb to the summits of nearby mountains. They can be used for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and even winter sports, such as cross-country skiing, when the weather turns cold.

Exploring the Area

Book an RV in Anderson County, and find yourself surrounded by activities the whole family can learn from. The Coal Creek Miners Museum is in Rocky Top. This site highlights the history of that industry in the local area, including several mining disasters that occurred. An educational film is offered, as are some guided tours. The Miner's Circle, Mine Explosion Graves are located nearby as well. This is where many of the miners who died while working in the mines are buried. There are some memorials dedicated to these men and young boys. RV camping at this campground will make it easy to reach all sorts of unique local destinations.

Learn about the mountain culture of the local region at the Museum of Appalachia, which is in Clinton. This is a living history museum that resembles what a farm would have been like when this area was first settled. Numerous buildings, including cabins and barns, as well as animals and artifacts, are available for viewing. Special events are also held here throughout the year, such as the 4th of July celebration.

There are other fun sites to see in Clinton. The Little Ponderosa Zoo is a fairly small animal rescue. However, it allows families to observe the creatures up close, and at times, some are available for petting or feeding. The site even offers pony rides! You can also check out the David Hall Historical Cabin. Here, recreations of settlers' cabins, from the late 1700s through the early 1900s, can be toured. The way people lived back then is showcased.

When you've been looking for a great place to vacation, that offers scenic views and lots of fun places to visit, consider a campsite at the Mountain Lake Marina and Campground. Take a hike to the top of a nearby mountain, go boating on the lake, or learn about Appalachia and coal miner culture from a local museum. Check out a campervan rental in this part of the state and enjoy exploring northeastern Tennessee.

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