Camping Tennessee

Book Description

This easy-to-use guidebook includes detailed descriptions of more than 120 public campgrounds that campers can reach by car. Organized in three distinct sections, East Tennessee, Middle Tennessee, and West Tennessee, the listings include campsites in state, city, and county parks; in the national parks and national forests; at wildlife refuges; and on other public lands. With each listing, campers will find vital information on location, hookups, fees, reservations, facilities, and recreational activities. Simple maps and charts help readers to choose the ideal campsite for them.

About Stinnette, Harold

Harold R. Stinnette is a photographer, tour leader, and native East Tennessean who loves being outside and enjoying nature. Having traveled all over the United States, he is still fascinated by the beauty and wonder of his home state. Harold, his wife Donna, and stepson Brandon live in Spring City, Tennessee, where they run Natural Impressions, a nature photography workshop and tour business.

Recent News

The Best of Outdoors Charleston

Every month here at Falcon.com we try to introduce you to cool towns across the country that would fulfill any outdoor lover’s wish list....

Sneak Peek: How to Slackline!

It may just be the craziest thing you’ll witness: a lone person balancing along a narrow, flexible piece of webbing anchored between two ...

The Best of Outdoors Nashville, Tennessee

Every month here at Falcon.com we try to introduce you to cool towns across the country that would fulfill any outdoor lover’s wish list....

Michael Sample, FalconGuides Co-Founder, Dies at 66

It was with great shock and sadness that the FalconGuides staff learned of the sudden, tragic loss of Falcon co-founder Mike Sample, who ...

How to Choose a Kayak

Kayaking has been described as “hiking on water.” Clever, and kind of true. Think of the oceans and bays as forests, and of the creeks an...