Welcome to Loyston Point Campground!

Loyston Point Campground
 

Loyston Point Campground

Located on the shores of Norris Reservoir, Loyston Point Campground and Day-use Area was developed by the Tennessee Valley Authority, which is now operated by Recreation Resource Management. The campground is named for Loyston Point located at point 19 […]

 
 
 
General Campground Rules
 

General Campground Rules

Place all garbage and refuse in trash cans or dumpsters. Fires shall be confined to metal fire rings, fireplaces, grills, or existing rock rings. Constructing new rock rings is prohibited. Do not cut, damage, pull […]

 
 
 
Site, Vehicles, & Equipment
 

Site, Vehicles, & Equipment

We hope you enjoy your stay with us, any needs arise please contact managers and hosts. Just a few reminders:  Sites may be reserved, but we also accept walk-up visitors. Camping is permitted at designated […]

 
 
 
 
Campground Rates
 

Campground Rates

Single Family Campsite Non-waterfront/No Electric                            $22. 85 (tax included) Single Family Campsite/Electric                     […]

 
 
 
Attractions
 

Attractions

One beautiful attraction that is found at Loyston Point is the Hemlock Bluff National Recreation Trail. It is named for the prominence of hemlocks in the hardwood forest that the trail traverses. The trail is […]

 
 
 
Pets
 

Pets

Pets are allowed at Loyston Point Campground, but keep in mind of the rules: 1. All pets must be kept on a leash or caged at all times. 2. Pets are prohibited on the beaches, […]

 
 
 
 
 
 
Map and Directions
 

Map and Directions

Address: 730 Loyston Point Rd. Andersonville, TN 37705 Directions: Hwy 61 E., left on Park Road, right on Forgerty, left on Fox-Mill Creek. Right on Ridge Circle, left on Loyston Point Road.  

 
 
 

News

Sunday January 31st, 2016

Loyston Point Campground added 2 new photos.

Afternoon from the Point.
What a great turn out for the opening day of the new Mill Creek Loop Bike and Hike. Great folks having a great time.
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Thursday January 28th, 2016

Loyston Point Campground shared Appalachian Mountain Bike Club's event.

Mill Creek Loop Trail Opening (More Loyston fun!)
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Mill Creek Loop Trail Opening (More Loyston fun!)

Jan 31, 1:00pm

Loyston Point Campground

Calling all mountain bikers and trail runners! Please join us and the Tennessee Valley Authority for the grand opening of the NEW Mill Creek Loop, a 7 mile addition at Loyston Point! There will be gu...

Wednesday January 13th, 2016

Recreation Resource Management camp host application can be filled out at the link below.

camprrm.applicantpro.com/jobs/332712-41398.html

Many work camping jobs are seasonal, running from about May to October, though some positions in warm weather states like Florida or Arizona may be year-round.

Recreation Resource Management has camp hosts managing stores, marinas, canoe rentals, boat ramps and horseback riding facilities, but the most common position is of course managing a small camp ground or part of a larger campground.

A campground host usually resides in their own RV at the campground they are hosting, and are typically responsible for:

Greeting guests
Collecting fees
Preparing weekly revenue and attendance reports
Helping guests solve problems
Cleaning exterior and interior facilities (particularly bathroom buildings)
Some light maintenance
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Wednesday January 13th, 2016

Loyston Point Campground added 2 new photos.

Afternoon from the Point! You can now make your camping reservations at Loystonpoint.com. Get your reservations in early to ensure you get the camping site you like. We added electric to all the water front sites and they are booking quick.
Below are photos of some of the fish being caught out of Norris Lake.
Loyston Point is open year round
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Thursday December 31st, 2015

Happy New Year from the Point! Be safe in your travels~
Go to Loystonpoint.com and make your camping reservations for the 2016 season. We look forward to your next visit!
Loyston Point is open year round.
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Thursday December 24th, 2015

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Tuesday November 24th, 2015

Another beautiful sunrise over Norris Lake. Loyston Point is open year round. You now can reserve your camping site at Loystonpoint.com. Questions..call us at 865.494.9369.
Thank you Carrie for sharing this photo.
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Friday November 13th, 2015

Good Friday morning from the Point! Going to be a great weekend to get out and do some camping, maybe some hiking or biking.
Or some fishing on Norris Lake! Rumor has it the fish are biting!
We have some great camping sites with electric available on the waterfront.
Loystonpoint.com is the place to go to reserve a site.
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Wednesday November 11th, 2015

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Contact Information

For campground information, park hours, and the state park staff call (865) 494-9369

 

Getting There

Hwy 61 E., left on Park Road, right on Forgerty, left on Fox-Mill Creek. Right on Ridge Circle, left on Loyston Point Road.
 

Operating Hours

Loyston Point Campground hours are 6:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M.

Loyston Point Office and Store hours:
- Monday-Thursday = 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
- Friday-Sunday= 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.