Leave behind the Summer Heat and Join Us in the Eastern Tennessee Mountains!
July 16-19, 2020 Tennessee Rally at David Crockett Birthplace State Park
1245 Davy Crockett Park Road | Limestone, TN


This is a rally planned and hosted by the Carolinas Airstream Club.  Our club will be joining them.

1.  Campsite Reservations:  Call the State Park early to make your own reservations.  Details below.

2.  Rally Reservations:  RSVP to our East TN Airstream Club Host Paul Lambert (931-327-5489 or lambert.paul59@gmail.com) who will pass along our numbers so the they can plan for food.  You will pay your rally fee when you get there.  If you have to cancel, please let Paul know.


This 105-acre TN state park sits just upstream from the falls of the scenic Nolichucky River and is maintained as a memorial to the legendary Davy Crockett.  There is plenty see and do in the area, including an 18th-century living farmstead, replica cabin, limestone marker, and visitor center exhibits. Nearby is the Cherokee National Forest and his father’s Crockett Tavern Museum in Morristown. The Nolichucky River provides fishing opportunities for a variety of fish including, smallmouth and largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, redeye, and catfish.

Nearby Jonesborough offers some great dining and shopping with a quaint little downtown area (Tennessee’s oldest town!), which is just a 20-min drive down US-321.  Also, the National Storytelling Center is open and will be worth a visit.



David Crockett Birthplace State Park has 88 campsites. Forty have full hook-ups (water, electric and sewer), 30 sites have water and electric only and there are 18 primitive tent sites with no hook-up. The RV campsites can accommodate any size RV. The campground is located near the scenic Nolichucky River. A large swimming pool and a playground are also located adjacent to the camping area.

CAMPGROUND RESERVATIONS: Call Jackie Fisher at 423-257-2167 and mention you are camping with the Carolinas Airstream Club. 

  • The state park will not hold campsites for us; therefore it’s important to reserve your site early – July campsites fill up early.
  • Normal rate for 50-amp service, H2O, and septic is $32/night.  You can save a little by choosing one of the 30-amp sites with H2O and without sceptic at $25/night (they have a dump station).
  • If you reserve a site in the two center lanes of the campground  you can get a Senior or Veteran Discount of 25%.    If you choose one of the riverfront sites – beautiful view, you do NOT get the discount options.




Town of Jonesborough (20 minutes - oldest town in TN): https://www.jonesboroughtn.org/images/001_JonesboroughVisitorsGuide_Final_LowRes.pdf

Town of Greeneville (20 minutes) (home of President Andrew Johnson): http://www.visitgreenevilletn.com/what-to-do/

Amis Mill Eatery (Rogersville - 50 minutes) - Homemade Cajun and BBQ with great patio seating overlooking historic dam/waterfall.   https://www.amismill.com/

Goodwater Vinyards (50 minutes) http://www.goodwatervineyards.com/


Also don't forget to RSVP with rally host Paul Lambert (931-327-5489 or lambert.paul59@gmail.com) 

We hope you can join us!