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RV camp on Ft Loudon Lake and gain access to a world of serenity. Watch sailboats and fishing boats sail by all day. Listen to the sound of waves lapping at the shore. Yarberry Campground is located on a peninsula that juts out into Ft. Loudoun Lake. The RV campground is designed to be able to accommodate larger RVs, and it includes 30 or 50 amps and water hookups. Though there are no sewer hookups, a dump station is available, and the staff also runs a “honey wagon” service, too. There are two bathhouses with showers should a guest require it. Yarberry Campground has over 100 RV sites, and guests can choose waterfront views or to RV camp under tall shade trees. All sites come with a fire ring, which is perfect for roasting s’ more on a balmy summer evening.
The water-oriented campground also offers rental boats, which include pontoons, kayaks, and paddleboards. Sandy beaches line the shore of the campground. Yarberry Campground also has a boat ramp, fishing pier, and a small dock.
The closest city is Lenoir City, which is about four miles. While distance is manageable on foot, there are no sidewalks, and the main road can be busy, particularly during the summer months. Lenoir City has not only a Walmart store but also a wide variety of shopping options and a health center with emergency services. Book an RV in Loudoun County, TN, and prepare for an RV camping trip of a lifetime.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a major draw for visitors to Tennessee and no wonder. Encompassing over 500,000 acres, there is a wide variety of adventures to be had in the mighty park, ranging from nearly a thousand miles of hiking trails to tubing on lazy rivers to searching for fossils and minerals.
However, the rest of Tennessee has many beautiful natural sights for visitors and adventurers to enjoy. Ijams Nature Center is a unique mix of wetlands, woods, and grasslands. As a result, Ijams Nature Center is considered one of the top four attractions in Tennessee by TripAdvisor. This park is one of the only outdoor rock climbing spots in the area. The routes on the Crag was created by the area’s top climbers, and they range from easy to moderately challenging (5.7 to 5.11). There are a few miles of hiking trails that lead through tunnels, around precarious cliffs, and into the treetops via balancing bridges. Rent a kayak or a stand-up paddleboard and go floating in the Mead’s Quarry, too.
I.C. King Park’s main trail skirts along the Knob Creek for eight miles. Hikers are shaded by towering oak and maple trees that filter sunlight onto the forest floor in dappled beams. The banks of the trails are lined with ferns, small woodland flowers, wild grasses, and poison ivy. Hikers should exercise caution when veering off the trail, particularly if they’re wearing shorts.
Hop into a rental motorhome and go explore Tennessee’s countryside. Tennessee is known for country music, lush green landscapes, and delicious whiskey. Hop into a rental Airstream and go on a tour of the distilleries in the area. Sugarlands Distilling Company in Gatlinburg is an award-winning producer of whiskey and moonshine. The tasting room is open daily, and the stillhouse is available for tours. Sugarlands Distilling Company also offers workshops to those who are interested in learning how to make homemade shine or whiskey.
Tennessee isn’t without quirks. Various locals have, over the years, constructed interesting art, signs, and even castles. The Greenback Castle in Greenback, TN, also known as “The fortress of faith,” is constructed out of stone, brick, and cinderblock. Visitors are welcome to explore the interior. In Alcoa, TN is a castle called the Millenium Manor. This oddity was constructed out of locally-found pink marble, fieldstones, and river stone in the early 1900s to give the owner’s family shelter in the event that apocalypse struck. It features one of the few examples of Roman architecture used in America. The thinnest wall is an impressive 19 inches thick; most of the other walls are over three feet thick. While the Millenium Manor isn’t available for tours, visitors are welcome to enjoy the exterior from the road. Just outside of Knoxville is a gas station constructed to resemble an airplane. Built-in 1931, this working gas station is a unique example of “mimetic” architecture, which is a form of art in which a structure is deliberately designed to look like something else.
In the backwoods of Tennessee, find your perfect RV camping adventure, whether it’s hitting the trails or exploring the charming small towns.