Meadow Creek Mountain Ranch

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$27.00 per night, starting at.

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961 Browns Chapel Road, Parrottsville, TN, 37843

Meadow Creek Mountain Ranch, located near Parrottsville, Tennessee offers full hookup campsites that are big rig friendly with many of them being pull through accessible. The park provides guests with free WiFi, pet friendly environment and a dump station. Campsite amenities offered include a camp store and cafe, stables, picnic tables, fire circles, and grills along with basic amenities such as restrooms with hot showers and laundry facilities. Visitors may also enjoy activities such as horseback riding, biking, hiking, fishing, and wildlife watching. Whether its for a night or two, we promise your time here will be unforgettable! We hope to see you soon!

 

 

Last Updated: 05/11/2021


RV Site

Two horses included in rates. Extra horses will be $5/horse/night.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Full Hookup RV Site $35.00 $210.00 $600.00 See More Choose Your Site
Primitive RV Site $27.00 Choose Your Site
Tent Site

Two horses included in rates. Extra horses will be $5/horse/night.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Primitive Tent Site $20.00 $160.00 Choose Your Site

Pets

Pets must stay on leash.


50 Amps

Community Restrooms

Community Showers

Pet Friendly

Water Hookups

Pets Allowed

RV Hookup

Hike / Bike Campsites



Hiking






Military


961 Browns Chapel Road, Parrottsville, TN, 37843
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Looking for some more adventure? The campground is near some unforgettable attractions!

  • The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
  • Dollywood
  • Ripley's Believe It Or Not Aquarium 
  • Cherokee National Forest



Overall Rating: 5.0


Lora B

5.0
It has been just over a week from the time that I had to leave the ranch. I have refrained from writing a review until I could really give it some thought and attention. We were welcomed from the first moment (and we arrived later than expected but a text to Lynn had us feeling confident we were headed to the right place, because the last few miles can seem like you are in the middle of nowhere). I woke up after the first night tent camping and instantly had tears in my eyes while enjoying sunrise with a cup of coffee. It is so incredibly beautiful, it honestly felt like a gift to be there. The land is beautiful, well maintained, and perfect for a couples or family getaway (I am actually planning a few lone trips because I felt such a spirit connection here). There are numerous sites for camping, the lodge is super cute and I will probably stay a few times at one of the rooms there. The entire ranch is stunning and we felt like we were among family the entire time. We had freedom to socialize if we desired, but had plenty of space to go off on our own. We enjoyed coffee in the morning, a glass of wine at night, and our days were full of hiking, horseback riding, and sometimes just enjoying the ability to unplug. I implore you to enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner (at least one of each) to get the full extent of how great this side of the Ranch is. I highly recommend the biscuits and gravy, but nothing compares to the has brown casserole that is handmade by Lynn and is a culinary delight! The chicken Cesar wraps are a great lunch to take if you plan on going on a hike (with a quick text to the owner, we had lunch packed up for us and ready to o when we headed out to Rainbow falls). The dinners have a community feel, though you could certainly take it to go. We enjoyed both the cafeteria style dinners as well as bacon cheeseburgers (drool-worthy). The area is perfectly located to give you a break from reality but close enough to Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Seiverville (easy day trips and we spent a day in each area). Rainbow Falls, Grotto Falls, and countless other outdoor adventures are also a quick drive, but there is also a lot that can be done on the ranch. We enjoyed walking the farm, petting the horses, and decided to take a trail ride. It was such an adventure. The guides were extremely thoughtful of my anxiety/fear of horses while also encouraging to my partner’s comfort and ease around them (giving each of us room to enjoy the ride as we needed). They also became like friends/family by the time we left (we even extended our stay by one day because we did not want to leave). I truly want to see them succeed, they have a great story, and have encouraged all of my family and friends to visit. I hope to make this place a regular getaway spot. Don’t wait, book it now!! Tips: * If tent camping, make sure you account for possible rainy weather (think shoes/boots if it gets muddy) * Be aware that it can get windy at night, you are at the base of a mountain - tents should be securely tethered * Bring a treat for the horses, you won’t regret making friends with them * Communicate with the owners/hands, the idea here is a bed and breakfast even if you are camping. * Don’t be shy to reach out when you want a meal, being that they are a small operation, there may not always be someone readily available but they will accommodate if given a heads up (and won’t make you feel guilty for it) * Branch out of your comfort zone, have a conversation with other campers or visitors

Vivian Sky

5.0
I sure do love camping in the country! The staff here was not only very helpful but they were affable! There were a ton of great sites to choose from and other choices in camping. The amenities they offered were really nice as it took care of our necessities. The activities weren’t a lot but that didn’t matter as the hiking trails were so amazing and fun to adventure through! The location was gorgeous as there were a lot of great sights to see! It was so serene, calming and gave us a really nice place to escape to. We can’t wait to go back. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group