Douglas Lake Tennessee Campgrounds, Camping, RV, Tent, Lake side
Camping and Recreation Areas
TVA operates some 100 public recreation areas throughout the TVA region, including campgrounds, day-use areas and boat launching ramps.
Campgrounds opened for the 2010 season on March 19 and will remain open until November 15. TVA’s day-use areas on dam reservations remain open throughout the year and provide trails, picnic areas, overlooks, beaches, swimming areas, fishing access and wildlife viewing.
Daily camping fees
With water and/or electric hookups: $20 With water, electric and sewer service: $24* Without hookups: $16
This is a self-service campground (800) 882-5263. Sixty-five campsites, 61 with water and electric hookup and two handicapped-accessible sites. Restrooms with heated showers and flush toilets, dump station, picnic tables, swimming beach, boat ramp, walking trail, wildlife viewing area, bird-watching.
Trotter Bluff Small Wild Area features walking trails through 30 acres of mature hardwood forest, limestone sinkholes, spring wildflowers and vistas of the dam and tailwaters.
1680 Boat Launch Road Sevierville, TN 37876
Near Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg, Tenn. From Interstate 40 take exit 407. Go south on Highway 66 then 3.5 miles east on Highway 139, then 2.5 miles south on Highway 338, then follow signs 1 mile north to campground.
Douglas Dam Tailwater Campground
This is a self-service campground (800) 882-5263. Sixty-two campsites with water and electric hookup and two handicapped-accessible sites. Restrooms with heated showers and flush toilets, dump station, children’s play equipment, picnic tables and grills, group pavilion available by reservation, boat ramp, river fishing with fishing pier, bait and tackle shop, wildlife viewing area, bird-watching
829 Riverview Way Sevierville, TN 37876
Near Sevierville and Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg, Tenn. From Interstate 40 take exit 407. Go south on Highway 66, then 3.5 miles east on Highway 139, then 0.5 miles south on Highway 338 to campground.
Advanced reservations for the pavilion can be made by calling our toll-free number, (866) 494-7186.
This pavilion has the following amenities: one electrical outlet with two plug-ins, no lighting under the pavilion but there is lighting on the outside of pavilion, 10 tables that will seat 60 people and there is stadium seating outside the pavilion that will seat 200, one large covered charcoal grill and one large uncovered grill, handicapped-accessible, restrooms nearby (about 300 feet), not near the beach area or boat ramp, paved parking lot, water is furnished, and there is no equipment for activities such as horseshoes, volleyball, etc.
From Interstate 40 take exit 407. Go south on Highway 66, then 3.5 miles east on Highway 139, then 0.5 miles south on Highway 338 to the pavilion.
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