Tri Mountain View Campground

Located in Shady Valley, TN

About Us

Welcome to Tri Mountain View Campground, where you can experience the beauty of nature while camping in the mountains of Shady Valley, TN.

Our small cozy campground offers a variety of sites for tent and RV camping. Constructed on a hill on a family farm by a former resident, the campground offers quiet 300 degree views of the surrounding mountains. Built on a third Generation Dairy Farm after the sale of all the Cattle in late 90s, we’ve planted over three thousand trees on property mostly Walnuts,Oaks and Apples with a few rarely seen White Walnut(Butternut) and American Filbert(Hazelnut) Campers can harvest all they want in October.

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Our Amenities

RV sites with full hookups 20/30/50 amps at each site.

Existing Camper For Rent

13 foot Yurt setting on a 16 foot wood deck with queen bed and extra air queen bed

A remote site away from others where you can bring your own generator. You may use the main campground dump station, water and shower house but is too far for wifi to work there.

Tent site with canopy and has a sky hammock with 20 amp electric

Tent sites without electric but nestled in the orchard/trees

Onsite bathroom and shower house with laundry.

Now with Wifi internet!

Nightly and short term rentals are down through

Monthly and seasonal rentals are done throught the contact email below

About Shady Valley

Shady Valley, TN is a small town located in the northeastern corner of Tennessee, surrounded by beautiful natural scenery. The valley is speckled with friendly folk and small farms surrounded like bowl crested with Appalachian Mountain peaks. We are miles away from the hustle and bustle of cities, but our campround it just a short drive of a major 2 lane highway and will not be hard to reach with your rig. There are 4 ways to get into shady Valley, 3 of them are across the mountains with curves, including 421 known as "The Snake," popular with motorcycles. The easiest way to get in and out of the valley is route 133 by Damascas but the other roads are passable as well. Here are some of the available attractions in and around Shady Valley:

  1. Backbone Rock Recreation Area: A popular destination for hiking, picnicking, and camping, with a natural tunnel through a massive rock formation.

  2. Cherokee National Forest: A vast wilderness area with hiking trails, scenic drives, and opportunities for fishing, camping, and wildlife viewing.

  3. Virginia Creeper Trail: A 34-mile rail trail that runs from Abingdon, VA, to Whitetop Station, VA, passing near Shady Valley along the way.

  4. Laurel Fork Falls: A beautiful waterfall located in the Cherokee National Forest, accessible by hiking trail.

  5. Watauga Lake: A large lake located just a short drive from Shady Valley, offering boating, fishing, and swimming opportunities.

  6. Roan Mountain State Park: A scenic park located on the border of Tennessee and North Carolina, with hiking trails, camping facilities, and a swimming pool.

  7. Rhododendron Gardens: Located in nearby Roan Mountain, the gardens feature over 600 varieties of rhododendrons and azaleas.

  8. South Holston Dam and Weir: A popular spot for fishing and picnicking, with beautiful views of the surrounding mountains.

  9. Beech Mountain Resort: A ski resort located in nearby North Carolina, offering skiing, snowboarding, and other winter sports.

  10. Doe Mountain Recreation Area: A popular destination for off-road enthusiasts, with over 8,600 acres of trails for ATVs and other vehicles

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Here is an overview picture of Shady Valley

Here is where we are located

  • Provisions available at nearby Shady Valley Country Store
    Phone: (423) 739 2325 Address:110 TN-133, Shady Valley, TN 37688, There is also a dollar store as well.

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    There are 4 ways to get into shady valley, 3 of them are across the mountains with curves. Including 421 known as "The Snake" popular with motorcycles. The easiest way to get in and out of the valley is route 133 to and from Damascas