Pickwick Dam Campground
Pickwick Dam Campground

Pickwick Dam Campground

Update:  Pickwick Dam Campground is still closed due to the flooding this Spring, but it looks like the TVA may be able to open one loop of the campground as early as June 1.  Check back here for updates.

  • Pickwick Dam Campground is nestled cozily in the pine trees below the TVA Pickwick Dam, on the Tennessee River, near Savannah, TN.

    Across from the campground is a public fishing and boat ramp area. Pickwick is popular for boating, kayaking, and canoeing. It has a reputation of being an excellent sports fishing area, noted for its record size small mouthed bass and catfish.

    Features

    • Bird Watching Bird Watching
    • Hiking/Trekking Hiking/Trekking
    • Swimming Swimming

    Facilities

    Campground (92 total sites)

    The campground is flat with 92 interior campsites across the road from the river. It is laid out in 3 loops: loop A, B, & C. Each site has electrical and water hookups, and 4 sites meet ADA guidelines. 9 additional tents sites are located across the road from the interior sites and are directly on the waterfront. There are a total of 3 bathhouses, one in each loop with warm showers and flush toilets. The entry roads are paved and each campsite is graveled with a picnic table, fire pit, grill or combo. A dump station is located in the campground for the campers to use at no charge.

    Fee schedule below, if you would like to see a complete list of sites and fees please click here: Pickwick Dam TVA Rate Sheet

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