Beech Bend Campground and Park

Due to spring flooding Beech Bend Campground is currently under renovation. Check back for updates on the progress.

 

 

Covering 11 acres, Beech Bend Campground is a quiet place to stretch your legs or set up camp where the Beech and Tennessee Rivers merge.  Located 5 miles east of Parsons on the beautiful Tennessee River, Beech Bend is open year-round.  

Amenities include picnic areas, playground, basketball court, two separate boat launches, clean restrooms with showers and a pavilion.  

There are 74 camping sites available: 56 tent or RV lots with electricity and water and 18 tent lots without electricity.  For motor home and RV campers, there is a dump station available which includes water.   

 

 

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Location

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Latitude: 35.612126 Longitude: -88.040417
the best travel advice comes from the people who live here
Michelle Lacewell

Number of Camp Sites

56 tent or RV lots and 18 tent lots

Campground Style

Semi-Developed

Nightly Fee

$11-$15 Daily Rate

Maximum Length of Stay Allowed

Monthly rates are available. Call campground at (731) 847-4252 for more information.

Driving Directions

Beech Bend Campground
22 Beech Bend Park Lane
Decaturville, TN 38329

 

Directions From Nashville:

Get on I-40 W/I-65 N
3 min (0.8 mi)

Follow I-40 W to TN-69 S/US-641 S in Decatur County. Take exit 126 from I-40 W
1 h 13 min (82.6 mi)

Continue on TN-69 S/US-641 S. Take US-412 E to Beech Bend Park Rd

 

Directions From Memphis:

Get on I-40 E

1 min (0.4 mi)

Follow I-40 to TN-152 E/Law Rd in Madison County. Take exit 93 from I-40
1 h 25 min (95.7 mi)

Follow US-412 E to Beech Bend Park Rd in Decatur County

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets allowed on leash

Comments

My husband and I live in Cedar Grove, TN. We are trying look at your website to get more information about campsites but your link will not work. We keep getting this message below. I wouldn’t know how to do spam if you asked me too. What do I need to do so the link will work ✋ We're sorry, you are not allowed to proceed Our server stopped processing your request. Your request looks suspicious or similar to automated requests from spam posting software. If you believe you should be able to perform this request, please let us know. Ms. Mizen: We are sorry the link was not working. Please use this link: http://decaturcountytn.org/attractions/.

Linda Mizen, 10/16/2018

Due to water damage, the campgrounds are currently closed for renovation. The picnic areas and boat ramp are still open for use.

Julie Graham, 5/2/2019

Can someone tell me if they are going to renovate? Don’t want to loose this place. We camp here every year.

C Newton, 5/18/2019

When do u think it will be back open

Tammy wallace, 5/21/2019

We was just there today 5/24/19 and talked the the manager. They are open for guests.

Tracy Callahan, 5/24/2019

There is no electricity there. We drove thru park and only 3 campers there. June 20, 2019

Dot Wells, 6/22/2019

Sad to see that no one has given any updates or when the park will be open . Contact numbers no one ever answers . Chamber of Commerce said they don’t know anything , even parks and recreations can’t give any info or a number for contact . Great park but obviously who ever handles this park isn’t doing to well on information on it . We are sorry you were not able to get any information. Due to sever flooding in the spring, Beech Bend Campground and Park is currently under renovations. Check back in the coming weeks for updates.

Michelle , 7/2/2019

What is status of campground? We have not received any new information on the status of the campground.

Tim, 8/20/2019

It’s the campgrounds open yet? We have not received any new information on the status of the campground.

Tonya, 8/26/2019

Are you open for primitive campsites for Labor Day weekend?

Salina, 8/29/2019

Im in need of a contact # i drove threw the campground & there were campers that were hooked up to elect.. But is there water yet...plz help i so miss my beachbend... Ms. Prater: We are also having trouble reaching Beech Bend. We will post new information as soon as we are provided with it. Thank you .

Sue ann Prater, 8/29/2019

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