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Station Camp Horse Camp (TN)
Campground contains 24 individual sites. Each campsite offers water and electricity, tables, grills, tie-outs for 4 horses, access to modern restrooms with hot showers, a dump station and access miles of horse trails. The campground is located on Station Camp Road off Hwy 297, west of Oneida, Tennessee.

As of January 1, 2015, the Station Camp Horse Camp is under new management. David Slaven is the new operator who is also a longtime resident and business owner in Fentress County, Tennessee.

For reservations at the horse camp, please call (931) 319-6893 or visit the website at www.stationcamphorsecamp.com.

Bear Creek Horse Camp (KY)
This campground contains 23 developed campsites. Each site offers water and electricity, tables, grills, tie-outs for 4 horses, access to modern restrooms with hot showers, a dump station and access miles of horse trails. Bear Creek Horse Camp is located on Bear Creek Road off Hwy. 742, west of Stearns, Kentucky. The fee rate per night is $28.00 (half price for holders of the Interagency Access/Senior Passes).

Bear Creek Horse Camp is now operated by the National Park Service. Camping reservations can be made by calling 1-877-444-6777 or online at www.recreation.gov. Unreserved sites are available on a first-come first-serve basis. Call us at 423-569-9778 with your questions or comments.

Black bears now reside within Big South Fork. When staying at either Station Camp of Bear Creek Horse Camps, please use proper food storage techniques.

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