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Old 03-27-2015, 07:07 AM   #1
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Need a good suggestion for overnight in Knoxville area. Would like reasonably priced campground with FHU as we're all electric but could work with a good Wal-Mart or Pro Bass Shop. Would greatly appreciate ideas from those in the know.



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There's a pilot an flying j in west Knoxville on I 40.

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If you are on I-75 there is Cove Lake State Park at exit 34, Jacksboro exit about 40 minutes north of Knox, has some pull thrus with FHU, is close to the freeway and Wally World is just down the road, reasonble price also.
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Not sure which direction you are going, but about 30 miles east of Knoxville just off I40 is Anchor Down RV resort on Douglas Lake. Nice place with full hook up pull through sites. We stopped in there for an overnighter last summer.
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South of Knoxville on I75 is a KOA in Sweetwater. Easy in and out with FHU pull throughs. We've overnighted there a couple of times.
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Overnight recommendations Knoxville

We stayed at the Flying J there. They had 7 or 8 RV spots. No hook ups? But was quiet.

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There is a WalMart and Sams side by side in Knoxville which we usually stay in.
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Knoxville North KOA(formerly Fox Run Campground), I-75 exit 122 Clinton, about 20 min north of Knoxville. Easy in-out, just behind Fox Toyota. Good for overnight. WalMart, restaurants, etc at same exit.

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