If you want to relax and unwind in the great outdoors of Tennessee, then Natchez Trace Tennessee camping is for you. From skipping rocks, hiking on the trails, fishing in a pond, Natchez Trace RV Campground in Tennessee has everything an outdoor adventurer looks for when considering where to camp for a family-fun time.
Whether you go to RV camp or to rent a cabin, you’re in for a beautiful outdoor experience at Natchez Trace. You must love the quietness of the outdoors and the sounds of birds, ducks, owls, and squirrels. And, If you’re looking to unplug, then you must check this place out. WIFI is very spotty, and so is cell service. So, if you’re not going to work, but to fish and have fun, this campsite is perfect for that.
Natchez Trace Tennessee Camping
Even though we are going through a tough time right now, I don’t believe camping in the outdoors is on the “do not do list’, after all, you’re probably camping with less than ten people, or at least just with family. I’m glad my mom and son and I got to visit Natchez Trace before all this quarantine stuff broke loose. Although getting stuck in a cabin in Tennessee wouldn’t be a bad thing.
Thousand Trails Natchez Trace Wilderness Preserve offers many things for the camper and RVers. There are deluxe cabins as well as premium cabins. Lots of parking and a lovely lodge to enjoy family games, and even a putt-putt golf area. If RVing, you’ll have full hook-ups, plenty parking for your vehicle, a boat ramp to fish off of, and beautiful surroundings with hiking trails galore. Who wouldn’t love that? My 10-year-old son was in awe the whole time. His favorite thing to do was skipping rocks.
Natchez Trace Campground
When booking our cabin, I looked for a roomy cabin with enough room for us and our friends to hang out. I found the perfect cabin for us – it’s called Nashville. The Nashville cabin is near the water, and inside, the cabin is decorated with Nashville memorabilia. I wanted to karaoke several times, but I didn’t want to embarrass my son!
Roasting S’mores at Natchez Trace, TN
Later in the evening, while getting ready to roast s’ mores (because it’s not real camping until you bring out the s’ mores), I noticed there were not very many marshmallows left in the bag. Umm, I wonder who ate them all. We had to resort to using bananas. I think I found a better (and healthier) way to make s’ mores.
Hiking at Natchez Trace State Park
Not only was this a great nature trail to hike on, but it is also home to many beavers. While walking through, we saw evidence that the beavers love it here and are here to build their habitat. We hiked all the way around and had fun seeing the gnome houses that were nailed into the trees.
Brody’s favorite thing to do on nature hikes is to find a stick to use as a walking stick. This time, he didn’t have to – walking sticks were hung on a tree for hikers to use.
About halfway through our nature hike, we spotted these painted letters hammered into the trees. R E L A X – it’s precisely what we intend to do while camping at Natchez Trace Tennessee!
More about Natchez Trace Tennessee Camping
Natchez Trace is one of Thousand Trails’ campgrounds. Thousand Trails is a network of 81 campgrounds located in popular camping destinations throughout the United States and Canada. Thousand Trails offers customers the best value in camping with a variety of membership options. However, each Thousand Trails campground caters to members and non-members alike, so you do not need to be a member to enjoy these campgrounds. Thousand Trails campgrounds are packed with varying amenities and activities such as swimming pools, basketball, bocce ball, boating, fishing, clubhouses, hiking and biking trails, tennis, volleyball, pickleball, mini-golf, playgrounds and more.
Petite Retreats is presented by Encore RV resorts and Thousand Trails campgrounds, featuring more than 180 locations across North America. Petite Retreats offers guests the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors in top vacation destinations while enjoying unique vacation accommodations, including tiny houses, colorful cottages, cabins, yurts, and more.
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