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Old 12-27-2007, 03:49 PM   #1
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Does anyone know of any decent campgrounds near Cookeville, TN.
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If you are staying on I-40, Crossville has an VF Mall at exit 322(?). And at exit 317 there is a WalMart. If you want hookups, Exit 322 has a CG call Bean Pot. I always stay at VF Mall. This time of year I would stay at BEAN POT.
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BeanPot is near Crossville, i am looking near Cookeville. It is about midway netween Nashville and Knoxville. Need to go visit the inlaws, whoppy...
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Old 12-30-2007, 11:55 AM   #6
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majfrizz, Bean Pot is only about 1-2 miles off of I-40 and you can be in Cookeville in less than 30 mins. When travelling to Knoxville you can actually get there before you leave as it is in Eastern time vs. Crossville and west thereof being in Central time. Before moving to Crossville we used BP several times and have recommended it w/o hesitation many times, Ken,'04 DSDP....
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If you're considering Bean Pot in Crossville, then I highly recommend DEER RUN RV RESORT which is in the same area.

I have stayed there, and it is very nice with large sites in a huge campground.
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