Spend a night under the stars in one of the camping sites in Hardeman County. From state parks with multiple camp sites and accommodations to a privately owned resort, you can find the perfect spot to pitch your tent and enjoy the great outdoors.
Big Buck Resort
Camp on the banks of one of the picturesque lakes at Big Buck Resort or make use of one of the RV sites with water, electric and optional sewer. Guests of the property can fish one of the stocked ponds, rent a paddle boat, play volleyball or horseshoes, or participate in another of the many activities available at this privately owned facility. Contact the owners via their website to make a reservation.
Big Hill Pond State Park – Pocahontas, TN
You’ll find 28 tent and small RV camp sites in Big Hill Pond State Park. Accommodations at each site include a table and grill. A bathhouse with hot showers is located in the campground but there are no RV hookups. The camp sites are composed of gravel.
Big Hill Pond State Park encompasses 4,000 acres of hills, timberland, bottomland forests, swamps, and a large lake. The Park is bordered on two sides by Cypress Creek and Tuscumbia River.
Visitors to the Park can explore one of the many hiking trails, climb the 70-foot observation tower, mountain bike, fish, or rent a boat to paddle on the lake.
Chickasaw State Park – Henderson, TN
Situated inside the Chickasaw State Forest, Chickasaw State Park has 29 tent camp sites each with available water, a picnic table, grill, and playground.
For those interested in a little more of the comforts of home, the park also has 53 RV campsites with water and electric hookups. Half of these sites have sewer hookups. There are bathhouses for hot showers and restroom facilities available.
The park includes 13 historic WPA cabins that can be rented as well as a group lodge that accommodates up to 36 people.
The Chickasaw State Forest is made up of a majority of mature hardwoods with about 30% of the forest being yellow pines. The Park is located on Highway 100, just west of Henderson and includes 1,400 acres.
For the Love of the Outdoors, For the Love of Tennessee, Stay Safe!
So come find your outdoor fun in Hardeman County this season. And for the love of the outdoors, for the love of Tennessee, stay safe!