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My DW and I are looking to visit her cousin who is at Fort Campbell Ky, she had asked hom to check out some area campgrouns but he hasn't been checking any out. Anyone been there? Is there anything close by for camping? Thanks in advance for any help.


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There are not any public-owned campgrounds really close. Pennyrile state park in KY might be an option. Next closest is about 1.5 hrs at Land Between the Lakes. There is a Corps of Engineers campground that would be about an hour but it does not open until May 1.


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There's one commercial RV park at exit 1 off I-24. About 10 miles from the gate. Here's their website. It gets pretty good reviews at RV Park Reviews. FHU with everything but cable. I've not stayed there yet, but a friend's son is stationed there and he did check it out for me, but he's not an RVer. He said it looks clean. There are a couple of Famcamps on base that are open to the public, but the reviews aren't as good. Mostly because folks get lost on the base since its big enough to have its own zip code, or they don't like being next to the Skeet Range that's open until dark.


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We stay at the Clarksville RV park twice a year, at exit 1 on I 24 going to and from Florida each year. We just stay for one night, but seems to be a decent park nice clean restrooms.

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We lived in the Clarksville area many years (I'm Retired Military) and I recommend the Clarksville RV Park at exit 1 off I-24. We normally stay there 3 or 4 times a year. The only thing I dislike is the roads aren't paved... other than that the park is great. The manager is very nice. Happy Trails....


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Ditto for Clarksville RV park. Your military man could sponsor you in the Fam Camp on base but you really do not want to do that - it is hard to find and not that good when you finally do find it!!!


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If her cousin is military he may be able to sponsor you into the Fam Camp on base.


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We stayed there on the way to FL this past Jan. Everything was fine. RVparkreviews mention the potential for highway noise as well as the scrap yard making noise before 5 pm, but no one mentioned the helicopter night assaults. the first was somewhat unnerving but we soon began to laugh. We were so tired we slept like the dead.
We would stay again.
We did feel very safe however.


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Fort Campbell campground

Go here - campground run for the military but also open to the public.

(data courtesy of Larry Farquar, militarycampgrounds.us)

* This post was edited 03/09/12 09:02pm by DaveG39 *


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