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The 2018 Tennessee RV Camping Guide is now available

Cover of the 2018 Tennessee RV Camping Guide.
Cover of the 2018 Tennessee RV Camping Guide. — Photo courtesy CampinTennessee.com

WALLAND, Tenn., Jan. 23, 2018 — The 2018 Tennessee RV Camping Guide is now available free of charge and may be requested by visiting www.CampInTennessee.com, which also provides a digital version of the guide.

“This year’s directory is the nicest guide we’ve ever done,” said Jimmy Felton, executive director of the Tennessee Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds.

The 2018 Tennessee Camping Guide lists mostly privately-owned and operated campgrounds, RV parks and resorts, as well as several state parks.

The guide is divided into three regions, including the Eastern region, which includes the Smoky Mountains; the Central region, which is home to Nashville, the Grand Ole Opry and country music; and the Western region, which is the home of barbecue country and the gateway to the Mississippi River.

“Most of our guides are distributed through Tennessee Welcome Centers along the Interstates and to people who request them through our website,” Felton said, though the guides will also be distributed Feb. 16 - 18 at the Chattanooga RV Show.

The guide is produced by Crowley, Texas-based Texas Advertising, which did such a good job with the guide last year that the association distributed all 55,000 of its 2017 guides by October.

“It used to be that we had guides left over and now we don’t,” Felton said, adding that his association purchased an additional 5,000 guides this year.

For more information about camping in Tennessee, please visit www.CampInTennessee.com. For information about Texas Advertising and its work to promote campgrounds in Tennessee and other states, please visit www.TexasAdvertising.net.

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