Imagine waking up in the morning at the campground, coffee in hand, to beautiful Appalachian mountains. Now, imagine, hopping on your ATV to explore those beautiful mountains right after breakfast. Sound like Heaven on Earth? We think so! That’s why we went on the hunt to find some of the best campgrounds with ATV trails in the most popular ATV riding destinations in the Appalachian mountains.
Tennessee ATV Campgrounds
Combine your love for camping and your love for ATV riding at one of these Tennessee campgrounds with ATV trails.
The Ridges at Royal Blue
The Ridges at Royal Blue is located in the beautiful North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area of East Tennessee and offers access to the more than 900 miles of ATV riding trails known as the Royal Blue.
The RV lots are situated at the bottom of the mountains making access to the ATV trails a breeze.
The Ridges at Royal Blue boasts 26 very large 40×80 RV sites with full service.
All utilities are underground.
Each site offers grassy area with fire ring and picnic table.
There are 2 pull through sites available.
Rates: $48.75Avg / Night
Book your RV reservations at the Ridges Royal Blue here.
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Eagle Rock Resort and Campground
Eagle Rock Resort & Campground located in Pioneer, TN is a great location to hit the Royal Blue and return for a relaxing night of camping and s’mores.
It’s clear the owner’s love the mountains. They offer outdoor enthusiasts a chance to join in their passion and have created an environment perfect for the ATV rider who loves to camp.
Eagle Rock Campground has access to over 600 miles of ATV trails!
Water and Electric RV sites begin at $58.75 and Full service sites are $52 for shorter RVs and $65 for RVs larger than 35′.
Check out the campground map.
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If family owned and personal touch is what you love about camping, then the Stinking Creek Campground in Pioneer, TN is perfect for you.
Stinking Creek offers back in and pull through full hookup sites starting at $40/night.
Windrock Park & Campground
Oliver Springs, TN boasts 73,000 acres of surrounding beautiful Appalachian mountain land with over 300 acres of trails to enjoy.
Windrock Park and Campground is the perfect place to set up camp to do just that.
With trails ranging from Easy to Extremely difficult and everything in between, Windrock Park is the perfect ATV vacation destination for the entire family.
Full Hook-Up RV sites start at $43/night. Primitive camping and Yurts are also available at Windrock Park.
Read More about Windrock Park and other Tennessee ATV Trails here.
Wondering what to pack in your RV? Check out our RV packing lists so you don’t forget a thing!
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Trails End Campground
The North Cumberland OHV trail system outside of Huntsville, TN offers ATV enthusiasts 600 miles of multi use OHV trails.
“The NCWMA is made up of 3 connected trail systems: The New River Unit, The Royal Blue Unit, and The Sundquist Unit. The areas are all linked together, and one permit per rider allows you to ride it all.”
Trails End Campground is a great place to base and enjoy this extensive ATV trail system in Tennessee.
Rates for full RV hookups begin at $30/night. Cabins and Primitive camping with your ATV also available.
Brimstone Campground is also located in Huntsville, TN.
Brimstone has become nationally known for its famous Paragon and White Knuckle events that occur annually.
The campground offers Pull through and standard full hookup RV sites available starting at $40/night. Primitive sites and cabins are also available.
Virginia ATV Campgrounds
Check out these campgrounds with ATV trails in Virginia.
Southern Gap Outdoor Adventure
Southern Gap Outdoor Adventure Campground with ATV trails is located at the trailhead of the Spearhead Trails Coal Canyon ATV trail system in Virginia.
The campground has cabins, full hook-up pull-through RV sites, and primitive tent sites.
The trail also now connects with the Spearhead Ridgeview Trail system so you will have access to more than 200 miles of Appalachian mountain trail system in this southwestern Virginia location.
The trails also lead to the two ATV friendly towns of Grundy and Haysi, VA making your ATV adventure even more fun as you can ride right off the trail into to town for lunch and back again.
The 19 full hookup RV sites begin at $45/night
Trailhead ATV Resort
With convenient access to two of the most popular ATV trails in the United States, Spearhead Trail System and Hatfield-McCoy Trails, Trailhead ATV resort is the best of all worlds for the ATV enthusiast.
Load up the toy hauler and park your RV in one of their full hookup sites for as low as $50/night.
Don’t have a toy hauler or an ATV? No problem, you can rent a cottage and an ATV at Trailhead.
What’s stopping you? Book your ATV camping adventure now.
West Virginia ATV Campgrounds
It’s a known fact in the ATV world that the Hatfield-McCoy Trails are the best and most extensive trail system in the US.
Add that to the fact that they now also connect to the Spearhead Trail system in Virginia, and you’ve got more than 1300 miles of ATV trails.
You will probably run out of time and/or money before you run out of trails.
Devil Anse ATV Resort
Named for the famed Devil Anse Hatfield, the Devil Anse ATV Resort is our favorite ATV campground in West Virginia.
If you are looking for a truly unique Appalachian Mountain vacation, then you need to book a week at the Devil Anse ATV Resort on the Hatfiield-McCoy Trails.
If having access to 300 miles of trails right from your RV or Cabin isn’t enough, consider all the following amenities available at the Devil Anse ATV Resort.
- ATV/UTV Wash
- Ice Available on the Resort
- Brand New Store with Souvenirs, T-shirts, Hoodies, Dust Masks, Goggles, and more
- Fresh Coffee & Tea Bar
- Firewood for Sale
- Guided wild horse & Tug Fork river tours
- Fishing Pond
- Bath House
- Wi-fi & Cable TV
- Grill, Firepit & Picnic table combo !
- Gas nearby and more than 20+ restaurants are a short drive away
In addition to RV sites, the resort offers Cabin rentals, an onsite Camper for rent, and tent sites.
Load em’ up boys, we’re going to the hills!
Twin Hollow ATV Campground
If you want to feel like you are on the mountaintop and away from it all, check out Twin Hollow ATV Campground.
“Twin Hollow Campground & Cabins is located off Rt. 52 in the town of Gilbert, West Virginia and offers Mountaintop Cabins & Camping with amazing views overlooking the beautifulTwin Hollow Campground
Appalachian Mountains. We are Southern West Virginia’s Mountaintop ATV Resort!“
Twin Hollow offers direct access to 350 miles of trails on the The Rock House, Devil Anse, & Buffalo Mountain Trail Systems.
Cabins and Campsites are available. The RV full hookup sites start at $50/night and include a fire ring, picnic table, and access to a shower house.
Pocahontas ATV Resort
Pocahontas ATV Resort is located in Bramwell, WV and is only 3.2 miles from Pocahontas Trail Head (Hatfield McCoy Trail System) and 1 mile from the Original Pocahontas Trails (Spearhead Trail System).
You can also connect to the Indian Ridge Trails and take a beautiful connector to Pinnacle Creek Trails.
However, Pocahontas ATV Resort only has two RV spaces so if you plan to bring your RV, you better book early. They also have a lodge and several cabins.
RV rental rates start at $50/night for up to 4 people. An additional $10/night per person for up to an additional 2 guests.
There is a 3 night minimum stay is required with a 4 night stay required for holidays and trailfest.
Only 1 vehicle allowed unless you pay an additional $20/night for an extra vehicle.
Twin Springs ATV Campground
Twin Springs ATV Campground offers ATV riders cabin lodging options, but at the time of this writing, they are also adding RV sites. To inquire about reservations call 304-320-7660.
Pinnacle Creek ATV Campground
Pinnacle Creek ATV Campground located in Pineville, WV is tucked “way back” in the mountains, but it has easy access to the trail systems and offers a simple place to set up camp or rent a small cabin for an unpretentious ATV adventure.
Headed to the trails in your RV? Drop us a line and let us know where you are staying.
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