If you’re dreaming of an idyllic country setting with green, rolling hills, set a course for Lake View RV Park, a stylish campground with waterfront views.
RVers come from far and wide for the good connections to sewer, electricity (30/50), water, plus Internet and Satellite TV. The park roads are paved and super-wide with gravel pads and a strip of grass in between. Picnic tables and fire-rings are presented on all sites that have a great view of Lake Boone and the Southern Appalachian Mountains.
If the kids have stowed away the dog in the back of the RV, all will be good when they park up at Lakeview Park, as this is a pooch-friendly campground with an area for woofers to exercise and have a great time. When outside vehicles, all pups need to be on a leash and owners are requested to pick up their waste. Keep your furry friends hydrated and protected from the heat with an umbrella or pop-up shade tent.
A swimming pool offers a chance to cool off from the summer sun and build up an appetite for the hot dogs and ice cream ready to be devoured at the camp's popular Snack Shack. A camp store provides supplies and propane gas for your barbeque with friendly hosts always there to help. Clean restrooms, private showers, and a laundry are all part of the service.
The allure of the close-by race track brings in the Nascar fans, who roll in with their RVs ready for the season at the Bristol Motor Speedway - only 5 miles down the road. When the chequered flag is waved, it's peak time at the RV park, so it's wise to book ahead.
A three-mile drive finds you in Bluff City where the Backyard Terrors Dinosaur Park is a must-see for all ages. The underwater exhibit will give you chills as it feels like you are really there. Lakeview RV Park is central to the infamous Tennesse Tri-Cities of Bristol - Johnson and Kingsport offering a wide range of attractions to explore.
Walk from the park to the tempting Tri-Cities Flea Market, where you can bag a bargain or find something unique to take back home. If you like exploring caves, join a guided tour through Worley's Cave and then take the kids to The Stickley Farm, where corn mazes, hayrides, and the haunted farm will keep them entertained for hours.