Located on the East bank of the Tennessee River near Lobelville, TN, Crooked Creek Campground features full 20/30/50 amp hookup sites that can accommodate a wide range of campers! Tent camping is limited to those who are with someone in a camper for bathroom facilities. Given our convenient location, we are connected to Crooked Creek Marina, a full service marina and store.
Crooked Creek Campground is an excellent base for day trips to many Tennessee attractions that include Loretta Lynn's Ranch and Coal Miner's Daughter Museum, Mennonite Communities (local winery), Shiloh National Military Park, Mousetail Landing State Park, and all that Nashville has to offer is within a two hour drive!
Mostly, we offer is a peaceful quiet stay without the hustle and bustle of the daily grind. See you soon!
Contact: +1(615) 405-0463
LocationClick to open the map
Life Happens - plans change. 100% refund for cancellations 7 days out. 1-7 days out $30.00 service fee. Less thank 24 hour notice no refund.
Check In/Out Times
Check In: 2:00pm Check Out: 12:00 Times may be adjusted on as possible basis.
No Fireworks Ever!!!! No vulgar/obscene language. No fighting. No loud music. No motorized recreational vehicles/golf carts. No firearms. All dogs must be on a leash at all times. Quiet hours 10:00pm to 7:00am.
Crooked Creek Campground is subject to flooding during times of extended rain events. We are on the Tennessee River which is flood controlled by the Tennessee Valley Authority dams. Flooding is USUALLY an issue only in the winter months and very early spring but can be a factor anytime. It is not flash flood events that we deal with so we usually have plenty of time to move out of the campground. Campers owners will be notified when campers need to be moved. When notified campers are encouraged to get their trailers out ASAP. Crooked Creek Campground is not responsible for damaged caused by flooding in the event a camper is not moved in time. River levels can be monitored at: https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=meg&gage=prvt1. 362 feet is the level where flooding in the campground begins. By 363 all campers must be out of campground.