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Old 09-28-2007, 12:47 PM   #1
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In over 50 years of camping in probably 8 or 9 states, this is by far the nicest camp ground we have ever been in. It is on Cordell Hull Lake about 65 miles due east of Nashville, just 12 miles N of I-40.

This is a US Army Corps of Engineers camp ground. The sites are <STRIKE>PERFECTLY</STRIKE> level and all sites have 50 A service and water. Many of the sites are full hook-up. About 80% of the sites are just 50 feet from the lake. Just from the looks, every site will take up to even the largest RV. If you have Golden Eagle, the inside sites are just $7 per night. You can't beat that!
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In over 50 years of camping in probably 8 or 9 states, this is by far the nicest camp ground we have ever been in. It is on Cordell Hull Lake about 65 miles due east of Nashville, just 12 miles N of I-40.

This is a US Army Corps of Engineers camp ground. The sites are <STRIKE>PERFECTLY</STRIKE> level and all sites have 50 A service and water. Many of the sites are full hook-up. About 80% of the sites are just 50 feet from the lake. Just from the looks, every site will take up to even the largest RV. If you have Golden Eagle, the inside sites are just $7 per night. You can't beat that!
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Old 09-28-2007, 05:46 PM   #3
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I agree, it is one of the nicer corp parks or for that matter one of the nicer CGS. The one time we stayed there we had to leave very abruptly, Hurricane Katrina was heading right for the park, so we packed up in a hurry and headed East to Pidgen Forge Tenn. BTW, my favoriate corp park ( and I have been to many of then and have only been to two that dissapointed me (Shelbyville Ill and Montgomery Ala) is located just outside of Atlanta. Its just west of Gainsville GA and called Duckett Mills. Rate a 10 in my books, but no sewer hook-ups thought. But the park is great. The only downside is we have to go thru or around Atlanta to get to it. s/Toby
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Old 10-01-2007, 05:00 PM   #4
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We stayed there at the Marina on a Boating Cruise of this year. It was very nice with great food from the restraunt. Want to go back sometime
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Old 10-19-2007, 08:50 AM   #5
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I have a question about Defeated Creek Campground. When did you camp there and how busy was it? Do they take reservations and are reservations necessary. We live in Indiana and are always looking for nice campgrounds in Tennessee.
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