Pickwick Dam Campground

Nestled under the pine trees below the TVA Pickwick Dam, on the Tennessee River, near Savannah, the Pickwick Dam Campground offers 86 total, 66 with water/electricity, campsites with incredible views of the Tennessee River and Pickwick Dam.  Additional amenities include a dump station, boat ramp, restrooms and showers.

In the mid-1930s, the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) constructed this massive dam for flood control,  generation of electricity and to provide reliable navigation on the Tennessee River.  Below the north side of the dam, an access road leads to an exhibit featuring one of the dam's original turbine blades.

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Location

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Latitude: 35.0654 Longitude: -88.2666 Elevation: 404 ft
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Number of Camp Sites

86

Campground Style

Full-Hookups

Nightly Fee

From $12 to $29 per night

Maximum Length of Stay Allowed

The length of stay is limited to 21 days during the high season (May 1 to Sept 30) and 30 days in the off-season (Oct 1 to April 30, excluding closure dates)

Driving Directions

From the junction of Highway 57 and Highway 128, go 1 1/2 mile north on Highway 128 across the dam, then west below the dam.  From Savannah, TN, take 128 South, turn right just before the dam.

Pet Friendly Notes

Only 2 pets are allowed per campsite. Pets must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet or caged at all times. Pets are prohibited inside the bathrooms.

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