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Make your way to the Obed Wild and Scenic River in Tennessee for a motorhome camping trip this summer. Meandering along the Cumberland Plateau, the river flows along parts of Tennessee, through several gorges that reach a depth of 500-feet in places. The river system is preserved by the National Park Service and is often referred to as the Obed Wild and Scenic River National Park. Located to the south of Crossville, it’s easily accessible by renting an RV, and you’ll find a huge selection of affordable RV rentals in Cumberland County. Not too far are the cities of Knoxville and Oakdale that are worth checking out as well.
Get ready to immerse yourself in amazing outdoor adventure amid unspoiled, rugged terrain, and gorgeous waters of the Obed River. Camping with an RV is a great way to experience this area, especially if you’re excited about the great outdoors. With several options for outdoor recreation, Obed Wild and Scenic River has been attracting adventure enthusiasts for decades. A factor that contributes to its popularity is the river and its banks that are exactly the way it used to be in the late 1700s when the very first white settlers chanced upon the area.
RV camping at Obed Wild and Scenic River is a treat for rock climbers. The vast expanses of rock that hang precariously over the Obed River offer near-perfect rock climbing conditions. The river’s cliffs are steep in parts, attracting professional climbers from across the country. But if you’re not a professional climber, you needn’t worry. Several easy climbing routes within the park cater to amateur climbers.
Another sought-after activity at the park is bouldering, especially among climbers who are not too keen on high rock climbing heights. Bouldering is usually done freehand without ropes, but don’t forget your crash pads! There is an area known as Boulder Field that offers excellent bouldering opportunities.
Obed Wild and Scenic River is a fantastic place for bird watching. Dozens of bird species fly through the area during different times in the year. Birds like robins, red-shouldered hawks, barred owls, sparrows, chickadees, cardinals, and even that rare bald eagle can be spotted. The Lilly Bluff Overlook is one of the best spots in the park for bird watching.
When camping at Obed Wild and Scenic River, you can’t be far from the water for long. With perfect whitewater streams, whitewater paddling is what attracts most outdoor enthusiasts here. But keep in mind that the waters are rough, the rocks are sharp, and only seasoned whitewater paddlers should attempt paddling here.
Park your RV rental at Obed Wild and Scenic River to enjoy easy access to the park’s many recreational offerings. Keep in mind though that the campground here is non-electric, with 11 campsites, a fire ring with grill, picnic tables, and vault toilets.
As you’re looking for a place to camp in an RV near Obed Wild and Scenic River, drive to Bean Pot Campground in Crossville. It has 61 campsites and offers amenities like pull-thru sites, big rig access, and full hookups, dump station, central water spigot, WiFi, cable television, and cell phone coverage. There are restrooms, shower stalls, a camp store, and a pet area for your furry friends. The kiddos will love splashing about in the swimming pool and running around in the playground. Explore the many recreational trails around the campground.
The Crossville/ I-40 KOA has 55 campsites that are well-equipped with a host of amenities like pull-thru sites, tent camping, big rig access, 20, 30, and 50 amp electric service, sewer, water, dump station, and cell phone reception. Campers will have access to restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, a camp store, pet area, and picnic shelters. Bring those kids along and let them run around in the playground or the pool. Make use of the outdoor courts, horseshoes, hiking, and biking trails.
Cumberland County campers have lots to explore in the areas around Obed Wild and Scenic River. The city of Crossville is just over 27 miles from the national park and offers a range of exciting sightseeing options for visitors driving through.
Visit the Homestead Tower Museum that houses the Cumberland Homestead Tower. Climb up 197 steps to the top of the tower for gorgeous views of the surrounding landscape. Check out artifacts, photographs, and several exhibits dedicated to life in Crossville between the 1930s and 1940s.
The Military Memorial Museum is another interesting stop, especially for military personnel. Filled with objects that showcase the bravery and honor of soldiers, the museum is worth a visit.
Drive-in your Cumberland County camper rental to Cumberland Mountain State Park. Soak in over 1700-acres of lush greenery in this peaceful, serene setting. If you fancy a round of golf, the park has a scenic golf course. Stroll across the monumental bridge or hike one of the many trails in the park.
Enjoy a leisurely boat ride or cast your fishing rod into the Crossville Meadow Park Lake. Located in the city’s midst, the lake is a favorite with anglers and boaters alike. If you’d rather stay on land, there are several picnic spots around the lake.
Crossville has some fantastic options when it comes to eating out in the city. Perfect for Tennessee fare, you can’t go wrong with local favorites like pulled pork, ribs, fried chicken, and that sweet blueberry muffin. Eat local when in Crossville – you have plenty of eateries to choose from.
Pick up supplies for the road from a local convenience store and fuel up your motorhome at a gas station before you hit the highway to your next destination.