Fish Trails Campground

Laurel Bloomery, Tennessee
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Overview

To make a reservation: Call (423) 444-1545 or use the "Book Now" button to request online      Perfect place to Come camp, hike, fish, or just relax in style out At what was a really nice tobacco farm, we have been developing into a campground, which lies along an old rail road bed directly off hwy 91 that used to operate between Mountain City Tn and Damascus Va which is 4 miles north of here.  The campground is located at the top of the new Laurel Creek Trail which was a federally funded rail trail conversion project that cost over $350,000 so far and it is a park like setting from the edge of the campground till 3 miles north where it ends at the Virginia state line.  We are situated on 30 acres of private property surrounded by 1000’s of acres of national forest! There is Two RV sites with Full hook ups for now but where adding 2 more by spring, one of which has a fully furnished 5th wheel which I offer for rent starting again April 1. Then we have 9 other primitive Rv/campsites that have access To clean potable water and There is a porta-potty for use until the bathhouse and clubhouse which is a studio style apartment construction is completed early this spring 2020.  The property offers many recreational opportunities whatever your heart desires from hiking, biking, fishing, wildlife viewing, or hunting this place is truly amazing. Guest access:      You have direct trail access to the new Laurel Creek Trail as long as  Long as  Johnson county trails association does not put a gate up, the trail was destined to be extended 2 more miles directly into damascus Virginia in the near future and will connect up with the legendary Creeper but apparently that is not gonna happen now! To access the trail from the 5th wheel head to the north end of the property, follow the gravel road up towards the bathhouse area you will see a trail that drops back down onto the old railroad Bed and then go about 100’ and your on the trail. We are the only private property with direct access to this trail, if you go about 1/2 mile down that trail from here is a section of the Boone Trail which has been really improved upon recently and it goes all the way up to the Iron Range Trail which was The old Appalachian Trail Route before they made the new route the next Ridge west of here, But this area offers a much more peaceful hiking experience and is really amazing given the mild climate we get here with abundant wildlife and next to no mosquitos this place is awesome!      The Property offers access to over 200 yards of stocked trout fishing that could arguably be some of the best fishing east of the Mississippi.  You will have access to more trails as i open them up which go up the ridges, So in the near future think about bringing your ATV or side-by-side! if you have any questions I am just a phone call away! There is Verizon cell phone service throughout most the property and/or Wi-Fi calling available with a password for people without verizon and also have high-speed internet acces! Any questions just ask and I will work hard to accommodate your needs! Please just be especially respectful of the immediate area around my house and outbuildings and call if you have any questions anything after checking in   Other things to note:  Burn Permits needed to have fires November-June Which are available Online at burnsafetn com unless fire has metal great over it. WATER FOR RVs ON PRIMITIVE SITES: $5/40 gallons potable FIREWOOD: $5 a day burn all you want, Please do not bring wood from other areas into our campground


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Amenities

20 Amps
30 Amps
50 Amps
Amex
Backpacking
BBQ/Grill
Biking
Cable Hookups
Cash
Community Fire Pit
Discover
Drinking Water
Family Friendly
Fire Pit
Fishing
Hike / Bike Campsites
Hiking
Hunting
MasterCard
National Forest
RVing
Stargazing
Visa
Waterfront
Water Hookups
WiFi
Wildlife Viewing

Rules

Guest registration

All Guest must register upon arrival and adults must show a valid government issued picture ID at Check-in. Quiet Hours The quiet time is from 12:00 midnight to 6:00 AM. Campfire Policy All campfires must be contained, and A good rule of thumb is a rock circle around the perimiter which some sights already have or you may make one with the abundent rock around if we agree on a spot. Burn permits required November- May at burnsafetn.gov, Unless fired is covered with a steal mesh cover Pet Policy Pets are allowed as long as they are on a leash and under your control at all times. Please also be considerate of your neighbors and pick up after your pets. All acts of vandalism are prohibited and will be prosecuted to the full list extent of the law.

Maximum length of stay

2 Weeks length of stay, until the bath house construction is completed Options Starting Daily Full Hook Up (30/50 Amps) $45.00 Primitive RV/ tent sites. $40.00 Fully furnished fifth wheel $100.00 Rv storage $10 a day $300 a month Weekly rates are charged as a 5 nights stay. All Rv’s have a two night minimum stay required

Check in

A valid credit card is required to check in to the campground, but guests may use cash or credit card at check-out to settle their bill.

RV restrictions

RVs should be fairly small under probably a 25’ish tow behind and 34 foot 5th wheel