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Harrison Bay State Park

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Harrison Bay State Park

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Neary H wrote a review Sep. 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
I gave it a 3 because sites average I thought there were a dog policy of how many dogs at each site and barking all the time. One site hade 4 dogs. I saw a few dogs tied out side by their self. We arrived 2 hours early and told we had to wait until 4 to camp. The site was vacant all day. We left a day early for people were walking by your site down to the water. They would their belongings there. Look like they didn’t want to dirty up their site.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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alexisrachelletx wrote a review Aug. 2020
Nashville, Tennessee1720 contributions321 helpful votes
I was in the Harrison area for a long weekend with my husband, mother-in-law, and brother-in-law. We picked Harrison Bay State Park for our morning hike on Sunday morning. We love a good hike, so we picked the park's longest hike - the Bay Point Loop trail (a 4.5-mile loop). The park's website calls the trail "moderate" but we definitely felt it was easy. Very flat and not very strenuous - more of a walk than a hike! But the entire trail loops around a winding peninsula on Harrison Bay - so you have water views throughout the hike (which was lovely)! Even on a Sunday during our COVID summer, the trail wasn't crowded. We only saw a few other hikers or runners. The trail is a little hard to find - the park's signage isn't great - but if you find the parking lot behind the marina, the trail is sort of hiding at the back of the parking lot. For a fairly easy hike, this trail has some gorgeous water views. Definitely worth a stop if you're in the area.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Barbara S wrote a review Jun. 2020
386 contributions67 helpful votes
Good place to go if camping, golfing, picnicking, fishing, boating and water sports is what you enjoy. This is a lovely park where one could just relax.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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lindajB5693PY wrote a review Mar. 2020
Harrison, Tennessee4 contributions1 helpful vote
It is a very clean and well kept park with plenty of room to camp whether it is tent camping or rv camping. They also have a very nice povillian for events. There is fishing, boating, and a golf course in the park also. In the summer you have a swimming pool, tennis courts and riding and hiking trails.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Mark C wrote a review Jul. 2019
Knoxville, Tennessee2316 contributions154 helpful votes
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This is a very nice camp ground and state park, just be cautious of camp area B, most of the campsites are elevated and it's very difficult to level your camper . The bath houses are old and dated and need some attention and cleaning, the urnal was out of order the entire time we were there. Our campsite kept dropping out a leg on the 30 amp circuit which caused us to lose all of our food, this happened twice within 4 dsys. Not quite the experience I was looking for, a little disappointing. We may give another try in the future.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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