KOA Kampgrounds

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Sweetwater / I-75 / Exit 62 KOA

Sweetwater, Tennessee

The beauty and quiet setting of this KOA make it a favorite with overnighters as well as family vacationers. Free Wi-Fi, cable, paved interior roads and several select Patio RV Sites make this KOA big rig friendly. Activities include volleyball, basketball, fishing, pedal go-karts and water wars, along with special holiday and weekend events. Local attractions include the Lost Sea, Sweetwater's antique district, Tennessee's largest indoor flea market and fishing and boating on nearby lakes. Steer through the Cherokee National Forest on the scenic Cherohala Skyway. Motorcyclists won't want to miss the challenging Tail of the Dragon. Take day trips to the Smoky Mountains and Dollywood. Pool: May 15 - October 15. Max pull thru: 120 feet. Your hosts: Tim and Kathy Allen.

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Adventures Nearby

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    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

  • Drive the Cherohala Skyway National Scenic Byway

    The Cherohala Skway is one of the National Scenic byways in America it spans over 43 curvy miles from Tellico Planes, Tennessee to Robbinsville, North Carolina. On the Skyway there are many overlooks ranging elevations from 2000-5200 feet all have...

  • Hike to Conasauga Falls

    Getting to the trailhead can be a challenge if there has been any heavy precipitation or icy conditions due to the fact the last two miles are one mile of broken pavement and the last mile a dirt road. You should be fine in good conditions in any ...

    1.5 miles 400 ft gain