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Sweetwater / I-75 / Exit 62 KOA is an RV campground located between Pond Creek and Mud Creek, in the town of Sweetwater, Tennessee. It is a great location if you are looking for a spot close to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Book an RV in Loudon County, and you'll have good access to the forests and beautiful scenic landscapes of eastern Tennessee. Nashville is almost three hours' drive west of the campground, and Knoxville and Chattanooga are both within about an hour's drive.
This beautiful RV park is surrounded by nature and offers full hookup sites able to house rigs up to 120 feet in length. Other amenities include a Kamping Kitchen, a pavilion, camp store, laundry room, and more. Have a barbecue or lunch at one of the picnic tables and enjoy a cozy, crackling bonfire at one of the fire pits. Propane and firewood are available for purchase. For fun, there are organized activities for all ages, and pets can enjoy the dog park. There are different sports courts available too, like a basketball court and sand volleyball. There is also a fishing pond, fully stocked with bass, bluegill, and catfish. Enjoy the game room, or try Water Wars and the jumping pad while RV camping at Sweetwater / I-75 / Exit 62 KOA.
For a short hike, you don’t have to go all the way to the mountains; instead, take advantage of the KOA’s hiking and walking trails. There are also a lot of opportunities for water sports on nearby lakes, where you can enjoy water skiing, swimming, boating, or just relaxing on the beach. Camping at Sweetwater / I-75 / Exit 62 KOA offers a great getaway from busy cities, in a beautiful natural setting near lakes and forests.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the largest natural attraction in the area. You will get some wonderful scenic views while hiking, bicycling, or scenic driving through the forest. This is an amazing place for nature and wildlife viewing because there are numerous species living here, including black bears. Spot some amazingly beautiful wildflowers while walking, and take stunning photos of nature here. Some of the hiking trails will take you to see beautiful waterfalls. In the park, you can also enjoy picnicking, camping, backpacking, and climbing. Visit Clingmans Dome, the highest point in the Smokies, and you can check out the observation tower while you're there.
Catoosa Wildlife Management Area is just a short drive northwest when you're RV camping at Sweetwater / I-75 / Exit 62 KOA. It's one of the most popular hunting locations in this part of Tennessee. Here you can find deer, wild turkeys, wild boar, fox squirrels, gray squirrels, ruffed grouse, raccoons, quail, rabbits, and mourning doves. If you like fishing, the rivers and streams are home to smallmouth bass, rock bass, bluegill, and muskellunge. This is a great place for kayaking, canoeing, and hiking. In the central part of the park, check out Devil’s Breakfast Table, a stone formation which is a popular natural attraction in this area.
Another place to check out is Frozen Head State Park, located approximately an hour's drive north. The area is beautiful in the wintertime as well as in the summer, and it was named after the peak in the Cumberland Mountains. Here you will find beautiful waterfalls, stunning views, and wildlife viewing opportunities. Enjoy over 50 miles of hiking and backpacking trails, and bring your cameras for some amazing shots. With a big variety of birds and animals living here, birdwatching is very popular. You can also visit the Stonecipher-Kelly House, built in 1814, or relax by the stream and go fishing.
Motorhome camping in the area gives you a lot of opportunities to visit great attractions, such as The Lost Sea Adventure. This tour takes place in one of many Tennessee caverns. Join a guided exploration of the caverns and underground lake while learning about history. The most exciting part of this visit is a boat ride on The Lost Sea, America’s largest underground lake, which is located at the bottom of the cave. Nearby there is also a nature trail where you can take a walk, and you can also peruse the gift shops when you visit.
For a real rural experience, visit an authentic dairy farm in Philadelphia, TN. Here you can see the animals, feed them, try different types of cheese, and enjoy picturesque surroundings for a day. The farm was first built in the 1800s, and the oldest standing building on the farm is the barn built in 1917. The most popular cheeses produced here are varieties of cheddar and gouda, and you can try those when visiting.
Take a short drive from Sweetwater to visit the Titanic Museum Attraction. This museum is a unique place where visitors can tour the ship and see the Grand Staircase, cabins, decks, and other things the original passengers had on the "unsinkable" ship. There are over 400 original artifacts on display in the museum, some of which are displayed for the first time. You can also experience sitting in a lifeboat, the sloping decks, and sending an SOS signal. When buying a ticket, you will receive an actual boarding pass of one of the passengers or crew members.