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Rock Island State Park Campgrounds

Rock Island State Park

Rock Island has 60 campsites, each equipped with electrical and water hookups, grill, and picnic table. Three modern bathhouses (with hot water showers, lavatories, and commodes) are located in the camping area. There is a dump station at the far end of the campground for the convenience of self-contained camping rigs. Campers must register at the park office. Campsites can be reserved, maximum stay limit is two weeks. This facility is open year round.

Laundry facilities are available in the campground area.

Directions From Nashville: Travel East along I-40 to Exit 239 (Lebanon/Watertown) and turn right onto Highway 70 toward Watertown. Travel 33 miles to Smithville Tennessee and turn right onto Highway 56. Travel 10 miles along Highway 56 and turn left onto Highway 287. Continue 10 miles along Hwy. 287 to the Rock Island State Park entrance.

From South Nashville or Chattanooga: Take I-24 South from Nashville or I-24 North from Chattanooga and exit at Hwy. 55 in Manchester, the McMinnville/Tullahoma exit. Proceed North on Hwy. 55 toward McMinnville. In McMinnville, Hwy. 55 will turn into the 70S bypass. Continue on the bypass through McMinnville and go 12 miles North of McMinnville and take a left on Hwy. 136. Go about 1 mile and take a left on Hwy. 287 to the entrance which will be on the right.

From Knoxville: Take I-40 West to Cookeville and exit at Hwy. 111 in Cookeville. Proceed West on Hwy. 111 through Sparta. Just outside of Sparta take Hwy. 70S. Go approximately 12 miles on 70S and turn right on Hwy. 136. Go about 1 mile and take a left on Hwy. 287 in Rock Island and proceed for about three miles to the park entrance which will be on the right.

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