Piney Campground

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Frequently Asked Questions

Piney Campground is open March – November. Reserve now.

The newly renovated Piney Outpost provides campers a place to purchase food and drinksice, firewood, tick repellent, limited camping supplies, and other perishable goods. Soft drink machines are located behind the gatehouse and some shower buildings. Washers and dryers are available at Areas B, C, and D shower buildings.

Piney Outpost Hours:
Open March  – November

Piney Outpost Phone Number: 931-232-9401

There are 384 sites to choose from at Piney Campground!

Piney Campground has nine cabins that sleep 4 and ten cabins that sleep 8. Reserve now!

Inside the cabin:
These rustic cabins have a portable heater (available upon request), air conditioner, ceiling fan with light, small table, folding chairs or benches, and electrical outlets. 4-person cabins have 1 double bed and 1 bunk bed, and 8-person cabins have 2 double beds and 2 bunk beds. 

Outside the cabin:
Each individual cabin features its own porch, fire ring, and picnic table. Restroom/shower buildings are located in the campground near the cabins. Piney, Hillman Ferry, and Wranglers Campgrounds also have an Outpost for camping supplies and rentals.

Please bring your own linens, pillows, and/or sleeping bags. There’s no smoking or pets allowed and no additional camping units are allowed on the cabin sites.

Yes, most of our campsites are located near Kentucky Lake.

Yes, we have showers in each of our bathhouses.

Each campsite is limited to two camping units as defined in our general camping regulations — two tents or one wheeled and one tent — and two vehicles.

Piney Campground connects to the Fort Henry Trail System where Civil War soldiers traveled to protect Fort Henry, Fort Heiman, and Fort Donelson.

Bicycles and equipment rentals are available through the Outpost during operating hours only, April through October. Equipment rental reservations are also available. Security and cleaning deposits may be required.

In the spring and fall, water at sites may not be available due to colder temperatures. Water will be available at designated hydrants throughout the campground.

Don’t Move Firewood – Protect our National Forests from Invasive Insects and Diseases

  • Leave firewood at home – do not transport it to campgrounds. Use firewood from local sources.
  • If you have moved firewood, burn all of it before leaving your campsite.

Piney Campground is open March – November and offers 384 well-defined lakefront and wooded sites with: 283 electrical hookup sites; 44 sites with electric, water, and sewer; and 57 primitive sites. Most sites are capable of handling large motor homes and campers. Piney also has 19 primitive cabins available for nightly rental. 

Campers have access to modern facilities, including a swimming beach area, archery range, ball field, bike trails, a campfire theater, hiking trails, two boat ramps, and a fishing pier. 

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Piney Campground is open March – November and offers 384 well-defined lakefront and wooded sites with: 283 electrical hookup sites; 44 sites with electric, water, and sewer; and 57 primitive sites. Most sites are capable of handling large motor homes and campers. Piney also has 19 primitive cabins available for nightly rental. Campers have access to modern facilities, including a swimming beach area, archery range, ball field, bike trails, a campfire theater, hiking trails, two boat ramps, and a fishing pier. In addition, the summer season offers weekend recreation programs for all ages.

Frequently Asked Questions

Piney Campground is open March – November. Reserve now.

The newly renovated Piney Outpost provides campers a place to purchase food and drinksice, firewood, tick repellent, limited camping supplies, and other perishable goods. Soft drink machines are located behind the gatehouse and some shower buildings. Washers and dryers are available at Areas B, C, and D shower buildings.

There are 384 sites to choose from at Piney Campground!

Piney Campground has nine cabins that sleep 4 and ten cabins that sleep 8. Reserve now!

Inside the cabin:
These rustic cabins have a portable heater (available upon request), air conditioner, ceiling fan with light, small table, folding chairs or benches, and electrical outlets. 4-person cabins have 1 double bed and 1 bunk bed, and 8-person cabins have 2 double beds and 2 bunk beds. 

Outside the cabin:
Each individual cabin features its own porch, fire ring, and picnic table. Restroom/shower buildings are located in the campground near the cabins. Piney, Hillman Ferry, and Wranglers Campgrounds also have an Outpost for camping supplies and rentals.

Please bring your own linens, pillows, and/or sleeping bags. There’s no smoking or pets allowed and no additional camping units are allowed on the cabin sites.

Yes, most of our campsites are located near Kentucky Lake.

Yes, we have showers in each of our bathhouses.

Each campsite is limited to two camping units as defined in our general camping regulations — two tents or one wheeled and one tent — and two vehicles.

Piney Campground connects to the Fort Henry Trail System where Civil War soldiers traveled to protect Fort Henry, Fort Heiman, and Fort Donelson.

Bicycles and equipment rentals are available through the Outpost during operating hours only, April through October. Equipment rental reservations are also available. Security and cleaning deposits may be required.

In the spring and fall, water at sites may not be available due to colder temperatures. Water will be available at designated hydrants throughout the campground.

Don’t Move Firewood – Protect our National Forests from Invasive Insects and Diseases

  • Leave firewood at home – do not transport it to campgrounds. Use firewood from local sources.
  • If you have moved firewood, burn all of it before leaving your campsite.

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