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Baileyton, Tennessee Campgrounds and RV Parks

Baileyton RV parks are both within the city and spread around the neighboring communities mostly to the south of town near Greeneville and Limestone. Further out, there are lots of RV campgrounds both in the neighboring Cherokee National Forest as well as further up Interstate 81 around the Kingsport and Johnson City metro areas.

Once named Laurel Gap, Baileyton has had an Anglo presence since settlers first arrived around the time of the American Revolution. History buffs should make their way down to the town of Greeneville, where the President Andrew Johnson Museum comprises part of the campus of Tusculum College. Across town are the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site and Andrew Johnson Club House. Closer to downtown are the City Garage Car Museum, Nathanael Greene Museum, and Dickson-Williams Mansion.

Many who choose the area do so because of the town’s proximity to natural gems like Cherokee National Forest, Douglas Lake, and the Cherokee Reservoir which extends for miles and is dotted on either side by numerous State Parks and designations that protect the lush and gorgeous ecosystem of this part of Tennessee.

Regardless of what your dreams and ambitions are for your time in Northeastern Tennessee, the Baileyton RV parks collectively have something for campers of every need and interest.

Updated 10/20/2016