Fish Trails Campground


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177 Robert Roark Lane, Laurel Bloomery, TN, 37680


  1. To make a reservation: Call (423) 444-1545 or use the "Book Now" button to request online

 

 We are a new campground situated on 30 acres of private property surrounded by 1000’s of acres of national forest.  we have been developing this place for over two years now from restoring what was a really nice Farm not too long ago! We offer A very unique camping situation and this place really makes for an amazing campground. We have 2 rv sites with full hookups, one of which has a fully furnished fifth wheel which I offer for rent which I can move if somebody wants to rent that spot and then there’s 9 other amazing primitive Rv/campsites that have access To clean potable water. We have a porta-potty for use until the bathhouse construction is completed in September.  The property offers many recreational opportunities whatever your heart desires from hiking, biking, fishing, wildlife viewing, or hunting this place is truly amazing... the Property has private access to over 200 yards of stocked trout fishing access that could arguably be the best east of the Mississippi... You will have direct trail access to bike, hike, fish the new Laurel Creek Trail which goes about 3 miles north of here to the virginia state line and is destined to be extended 2 more miles directly into damascus virginina which will connect it to the famed Creeper Trail in the near future! To access the trail head go to the north end of the property, from the 5th wheel go down the railroad bed I cleared about 300 yards of growth and about 5 acres of pasture here With a skid steer bobcat bus-hog. We are the only private property with direct access to this trail for now, if you go about 1/2 mile down that trail from here is the ~Boone Trail which has been really improved upon recently and it goes all the way up to the Iron Range Trail which was The old Appalachian Trail Route before they re-routed it to the next Valley over, But this area offers a more secluded hiking area experience and is really amazing given the mild climate we get here with abundant wildlife with next to no mosquitos this place is awesome! Come camp in style on the old rail road bed that used to operate between Mountain City Tn and Damascus Va aka trail town U.S.A we are only 30 minutes from Bristol motor Speedway so check out Race weeks in The spring and fall

 

Guest access:

You will have access to more trails as i open them up which ziq zag the ridges, So in the near future think about bring your ATV or side-by-side! Upon your arrival, I will be happy to explain show you anything I think you need to know and if you need i will assist with any problems, I am just a phone call away! There is Verizon cell phone service throughout most the property and/or Wi-Fi calling available with a password for people without verizon and also have high-speed internet access! Our plan is to build an additional rental cabin or two in the near future on Another section of the property! Any questions just ask and I will work hard to accommodate your needs! Please just be especially respectful of the immediate area around my house and outbuildings and call if you need anything after checking in

Other things to note

The property lies within a federal bear sanctuary where its been illegal to hunt bears for years up until this past year they started issuing permits! Beware Of bears this is bear country hear but luckily these bears are scared of people unlike out west, but please respect them and do not leave food out!

Burn Permits needed to have fires November-June Online at burnsafetn com unless fire has metal great over it.

WATER FOR RVs ON PRIMITIVE SITES: $5/40 gallons potable

FIREWOOD: $5 a bundle Please do not bring wood from other areas into our campground



RV and Tent Campsites

Campsites available to small trailers and tent camping. There is a place to fill your water tank. Sites are shaded and private

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
RV Site - electric only $40.00 $300.00 $450.00 Choose Your Site
RV Site - no hookups $35.00 $300.00 $450.00 Choose Your Site
Fully Furnished Fifth Wheel

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Fifth Wheel $100.00 $500.00 $900.00 Choose Your Site
RV Storage

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Storage $10.00 $300.00 Choose Your Site

30 Amps

50 Amps

BBQ/Grill

Cable Hookups

Community Fire Pit

Drinking Water

Hike / Bike Campsites

Waterfront

Water Hookups

WiFi

20 Amps

Fire Pit



Backpacking

Biking

Fishing

Hiking

Hunting

Stargazing

Wildlife Viewing



Family Friendly

RVing



National Forest





Overall Rating: 5.0


John D.

5.0
This place is just awesome I can’t wait for the fiddlers convention here later this summer just down the road in Laurel bloomery

177 Robert Roark Lane, Laurel Bloomery, TN, 37680

The property Being roughly halfway between Mountain City Tennesse and Damascus Virginia is the perfect place to spend time with convenient access to everything The Tri-Cities and Southwest Virginia has to offer Boone n.c ski areas where truly In the center of recreational paradise where you don’t even really need air conditioning in the summer this place is simply amazing, not Even Northern maine or Michigan has cooler more comfortable weather in the summer than we do here! In the two years I’ve lived on the property I have never really had to shovel snow we only average 12 inches a year hear because the property lies in a big bowl surrounded by huge mountains and storms seem to go one way or the other around us or even blow right over us but we can get some strong wind tunnel effect going here, no tornadoes have ever passed through here to my knowledge which is one reason I bought place! If you go over the into North Carolina just a couple miles from here they get three times more rain and snow while we still have that nice cool weather here, To me it’s better than visiting western North Carolina cause it rains so much more that side the Rockies So better off just vacationing in Tennessee side


Guest registration

All Guest must register upon arrival and adults must show a valid government issued picture ID at Check-in. Quiet Hours The quiet time is from 12:00 midnight to 6:00 AM. Campfire Policy All campfires must be contained, and A good rule of thumb is a rock circle around the perimiter which some sights already have or you may make one with the abundent rock around if we agree on a spot. Burn permits required November- May at burnsafetn.gov, Unless fired is covered with a steal mesh cover Pet Policy Pets are allowed as long as they are on a leash and under your control at all times. Please also be considerate of your neighbors and pick up after your pets. All acts of vandalism are prohibited and will be prosecuted to the full list extent of the law.

Maximum length of stay

2 Weeks length of stay, until the bath house construction is completed Options Starting Daily Full Hook Up (30/50 Amps) $45.00 Primitive RV/ tent sites. $40.00 Fully furnished fifth wheel $100.00 Rv storage $10 a day $300 a month Weekly rates are charged as a 5 nights stay. All Rv’s have a two night minimum stay required

Check in

A valid credit card is required to check in to the campground, but guests may use cash or credit card at check-out to settle their bill.

RV restrictions

RVs should be fairly small under probably a 25’ish tow behind and 34 foot 5th wheel