Standing Stone State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 36
Number of Sites with Electric and Water: 36
Standing Stone State Park covers nearly 11,000 acres on the Cumberland Plateau of north-central Tennessee. The quaint and rustic park is noted for its outstanding scenery, spring wildflowers, fossils and other natural diversity.
The park also offers recreational activities such as badminton, ping-pong, tennis, horseshoes, croquet, softball, volleyball, basketball, marbles, and more. Recreational building is open during the summer months. Recreational equipment may be checked out at park office.
Standing Stone State Park's campground offers 36 tent and trailer sites, each equipped with a picnic table, charcoal grill, water hookups, and 20, 30, 50 amperage electrical hookups. RVs are limited to 45 feet. The campground is served with two central bathhouses and a dump station. Although the campground is open year round, only one bathhouse serves the campground during the winter season.
Sites are available only on a first-come, first-served basis, and maximum stay limit is two weeks.
Backcountry camping is not allowed in park.
Dogs, cats and other pets are prohibited unless they are on a leash or under physical restrictive control at all times. Pack animals are not allowed in the park.
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