Crossville / I 40 Koa

Crossville, Tennessee

Book through our partner KOA Kampgrounds

Sweeping mountain views and wildlife will intrigue you at the only KOA on beautiful Cumberland Plateau. Most sites overlook four fishing ponds patrolled by friendly mallard ducks. Play horseshoes, join in a hayride, shoot a game of pool or do laps in the pool. A knotty pine clubhouse is perfect for family reunions. Enjoy mountain/pond views with a cup of joe on the porch at the log motel lodge. Walk, bike or jog the 1-mile groomed trail. Cumberland Mountain State Park and Catoosa Wildlife Management Area offer a chance for hiking and other activities. Miniature golf, 11 golf courses and Cumberland County Playhouse are close by. Nearby RV service offers visiting repair techs. Historic downtown Crossville boasts dozens of restaurants. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 85 feet. Your host: Mark Hall.

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Adventures Nearby

  • Explore Ozone Falls

    This beautiful, 110-foot waterfall is an easy 15-minute walk from the parking area. Note that the walk down to the falls, although short, is steep and there isn’t a well-marked trail down. It’s more about choosing the path of least resistance.  Al...

  • Hike to Piney Falls

    The gravel road heading to the trailhead is on the rougher side to take it slow. When you get to the trailhead it’s a small gravel pull off right off the road. There are no maps at the trailhead but there are only a few trails to take and they are...

    1.5 miles 500 ft gain

  • Hike to Stinging Fork Falls

    The trail begins on the right side of the parking lot. The first part is flat with no elevation change and easy walking. About half a mile in you will reach a trail split. The right trail will take you to the falls and the left trail will take you...

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