Explore the natural beauty of the Tennessee Valley in a pastoral farm setting surrounded by the beauty & grace of llamas. The Lazy Llama Campground is a unique new family owned and operated campground in Northeast Tennessee. The campground is part of a 22-acre llama farm which is home to over 40 llamas and various other livestock including miniature donkeys and friendly emus. It features 31 campsites nestled among several large 40+ year-old maple trees. Most of the sites are big-rig friendly including six 35' x 75'-100' pull-through accessible. The park provides free excellent WiFi (150 mbps), sewer, water, and 50/30/20 amp electrical service at all sites. We are pet-friendly of course with large green space to walk your dogs.
The park includes llama trails through the woods and pastures for walking among the animals on the farm, Storytelling Llama Hikes, and llama activities. The park is considered "artsy" with spinning, weaving, drawing, painting, stained glass classes offered each weekend by the resident artist and co-owner, Ms. Carolyn.
Local attractions include:
With plenty to do, see and enjoy while at the Lazy Llama Campground, you're sure to have an amazing time. Hope to see you soon!
No tent camping on sites. NO increased rates for holiday weekends, Bristol races, or special events. THREE-DAY MINIMUM STAY required for Memorial Day Weekend, Fourth of July Weekend, Labor Day Weekend, and the Bristol Races.
Discount clubs require an ID number. The campground will check your ID when you arrive.
|Options||Starting Daily||Starting Weekly||Starting Monthly|
|Classic Back-In - 20/30/50 Amps||$38.00||$195.00|
|Deluxe Back-In - 20/30/50 Amps||$40.00||$230.00|
|Premium Pull-Thru - 20/30/50 Amps||$42.00||$230.00|
|Signature Pull-Thru - 20/30/50 Amps||$45.00||$250.00|
Some visitors enjoy sharing the joys of camping with their pets. We welcome good mannered pets. Good behavior is required. Pets of any breed that are hostile or aggressive will be asked to leave the park. Bring the leash. Pets must be kept on leashes no longer than 6 feet when outside their owners' vehicles. Do not leave a pet unattended. Pet enclosures are allowed as long as owners are near their pets. Please be courteous to other RVerʼs. Constant barking bothers other campers. If your pet is too noisy, you will need to ﬁnd other accommodations with no refunds. Please pick up after your pet. Scoop the poop. We have plastic bags and disposal receptacles for your convenience. We have a large area for you to walk your pets. For the safety of your pets and our llamas, No pets are allowed inside the llama pastures and llama trails.
*Fees are payable in advance at the office during regular business hours or online. Campground discounts are only available via phone. Online registration is done by a third party administrator who is not able to apply discounts. Campground discounts cannot be applied after registration is made online. Moving from assigned space must be approved by office. If you wish to stay an additional day or delay your departure, please check with the office to see if incoming reservations have been assigned to your site. You must re-register by 10:00 am. Re-registration may not be guaranteed due to previous registrations for site.
Children are welcomed to the campground! Parents/grandparents are responsible for the conduct of their children at all times. Children age 10 and under must be supervised by adults at all times, and children under 16 are not allowed on the llama trails unless accompanied by an adult. Jerry is a retired high school principal and will not hesitate to use his respectful but loud "principal" voice if needed. :-)
Check-In: 2:00 pm - Check-Out: 12:00 noon. Quiet Hours: 10:00 pm to 8:00 am.
Big Rig Friendly
Trek-in > 1.5m
Hike / Bike Campsites
Military (Active or Retired)
Looking for fun activities and attractions just beyond the campground? Here are some camper favorites!
Kay & Rick Straky
Jim and Sharon Daniel