Spring Lake RV Resort

255 Fairview Drive, Crossville, Tennessee
RV Park
14 reviews


Daily: $35 Reported 3 months ago
Monthly: $520 Reported 2 months ago
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  • Water
  • Electric
  • 50 Amp
  • Sewer
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Cable TV
  • Pets Allowed
  • Restrooms
  • Laundry
  • Showers
  • Campfires
  • Pull-Thru Sites
  • Shade Trees
  • Big Rig Access



“Great and clean park”

Have used this park several times.  Owners are nice people and maintain a clean friendly atmosphere.   Quiet and more of an adult park as there is no kiddie playground swimming pool.  
Stayed: 11/20/17 to 11/22/17

“The nicest of nice!”

Super clean, well maintained, easy access, very friendly and helpful staff, great WIFI, cable TV, beautiful setting!

“Fall at Spring Lake RV”

We are here for 3 nights on the way to Smokies- great park with easy access for big rigs, friendly people, nice views of Small Lake/pond, near great golf and Crossville is nice town with about anything you might need.
Stayed: 09/20/17 to 09/21/17

“A nice park”

We arrived early because of time change. Site was a large pullthru and was a little out of level but no problem. Power, water and cable was just fine, wifi was typical of most campgrounds, in and out. Campground itself was immaculate, well kept and clean. Staff friendly and helpful.
Our site was # 22, shaded most of the day but next to the main road which had very little traffic.
We would certainly stay here again. 
We travel in 40' MH with towed PU. The lake which is really a pond offers fishing, bass, blue gills and catfish.

“Big daddy ”

Great place to relax and like others said the owners will help park and will be available to answer any question you might have while staying. 
Stayed: 07/21/16 to 07/22/16

“Very nice”

Owners are nice people.  It is clean reasonable and peaceful.  Pretty little pond that is stocked.  
Stayed: 07/12/16 to 07/13/16

“Great place”

The only problem with this park is that it is so close to our house!  It is only three miles from us, but it is so nice that we start and end our travels here.  It is immaculate, everything works and it is quiet.  We camp in a 37 ft motorhome.


We stayed for one night on our way to Gatlinburg and when I arrived the owner was extremely friendly. I explained I was a newbie and he told me not to worry because he would help get my trailer backed into the spot. I followed him to a beautiful site and he helped me get into the site the first time. He was great! The resort is very quiet and the scenery is nice as well. 

“Quiet, clean, and well kept!!”

My wife and I stayed here for two nights on our way back to CA. It's a great park for one night or an extended stay. We'll definitely be back in the future. 
Stayed: 07/08/15 to 07/10/15

“Stayed here before”

Stayed here before will always be a stop when traveling 40. Great place to stay to unwind. 

“On the way home”

This is a nice,  smallish,  quiet and relaxing campground.  The majority of the sites are back-in but the campground host goes to the site with you and guides you into the pad.  Our pad was concrete with a concrete patio which was nice.  The site was full hookup and were located to the back of the site.   There is "free" firewood and all you have to do is get it yourself. Be sure to have a hatchet/ax handy as some will need to be split for kindling.  There is no camp store,  and we were only here overnight,  but would definitely come back.  We camped in a 40 ft.  5th wheel. 


Nice quiet park. Great place to relax.
Stayed: 07/27/14 to 07/31/14

“Beautiful & Peaceful”

Easy to get to from Rt 40. My idea for a quite  basic resort. Mostly spacious flat sites, interior roads & parking pads are well maintained pea gravel with concrete patio pads. One old small clean bath house/laundry, replacement might be considered. 

“Shady and quiet”

This park is hard to beat. I recommend it for an overnight or long stay. 

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