Natchez Trace SP

Added by vickie

1 review

  • Pin Oak Lake, Wildersville, TN 38388, USA
  • (731-968-3742)

77 sites, 50 amp, electric, water and sewer. Two bath houses, picnic shelter, swimming beach

Phone: (731-968-3742)

Other Phone: (1-800-250-8616)

Max RV Length: 80

Max Amps: 50

Check-out Time: Noon

Total Sites: 77

Camping Season: Year Round


  • tenting
  • store
  • swimming pool
  • fishing
  • lp gas
  • modem connection
  • pullthrus
  • sewer hookups
  • laundry
  • other swimming
  • rentals
  • pets
  • cable tv
  • lodging
  • dump station
  • recreation hall
  • boating
  • group area
  • phone hookups
  • slideouts
  • wi-fi


I-40 to Memphis, exit 116, follow signs

Pet Policy

Allowed on leash

Campground Rules

No alcohol


Areal Flood Watch

3:33 PM CST on February 21, 2018
6:00 AM CST on February 25, 2018
Wednesday 02/21/2018 100%
Mainly cloudy and rainy. Lows overnight in the mid 40s.
Chance of Rain
Thursday 02/22/2018 90%
Chance of Rain
Showers and a few thunderstorms likely. High near 60F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 90%.
Chance of Rain
Friday 02/23/2018 80%
Chance of Rain
Showers early then thundershowers developing later in the day. High around 70F. Winds SW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 80%.
Saturday 02/24/2018 90%
Thunderstorms. High 71F. Winds SSW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 90%.
Sunday 02/25/2018 0%
Sunshine and some clouds. High 61F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph.

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  • vickie
  • Member Since: November 20, 2012
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No shade


June 28, 2009

When you first drive into the state park, you are overwhelmed by all the trees and shade and think you are in a nature wonderland. We stayed at Pin Oak Lake because our RV would not fit at any of the other sites. The sites are wonderful. They are large, level and have a lot of privacy. The staff are wonderful and very helpful. The problem is that there are no trees to speak of for shade. A previous review states that straight line winds knocked all of the trees down. Not true. We spoke to people that were there when this part of the park was built and they said they just went through and knocked all of the trees down. Unfortunately we stayed there when it was 95 degrees and after three days had to leave because we were getting sick. We might stay there again if the temperatures were in the 70's. It is a shame that this campground doesn't live up to the majority of state parks in Tennessee.

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