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Does anyone know of a good campground near Lynchburg , tenn for the Jack Daniels BBQ cook off in October

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I've never found one.


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Depends on how far you want to drive to Lynchburg. There's none really close. If you have a TV or a towed vehicle I can recommend either the Fairview Devil Step Campground on Tims Ford Lake, great sites and is run by the State Park. The campground in Tims Ford State Park is older and the spaces can be tight. I can also recommend Henry Horton State Park in Chapel Hill, TN.

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We used Henry Horton State Park as a base. Jack Daniels was an easy day trip.

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Not to far from Old Stone Fort in Manchester, TN.


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On the off chance you have military access, there’s the Fam Camp at Arnold AFB.


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Tims Ford state park. Great place with full hook ups, at least at the Fairview campground. It has 10 FHU sites that are big enough for big rigs. Main park campground has 6 FHU sites and they can fit rigs up to about 28 ft.

We have stayed at the Fairview CG a few times and I will go back there, its great. Cell reception is variable and there is NO over the air television or cable. They do have WiFi.

A couple places you may want to go see if you have extra time. George Dickel Distillery if you want some variety in your spirits. AND Prichards Distillery off of SR64. Prichards is a small batch distillery and I do mean small. 40 gallon. Great variety of spirits from rum to cordials and vodka. Excellant stuff.

In Tullahoma is the Beechcraft Heritage Museum devoted to the Beech Stagerwing aricraft. We had the place to ourselves when we toured it and its a lesson in aviation history. I found it to be very interesting.

We have not attended the BBQ competition at Jacks place but maybe this is the year we do. Bring on the briskett!

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We have stayed at both Old Stone Fort State Park in Manchester and Barton Springs in Normandy. I would recommend either one of them. Barton Springs is a TVA park. I posted about our stay at Barton Springs and visiting the Jack Daniels Distillery.


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