RV There Yet?, May 4, 2024, Discovery Channel, “Rock Island, TN”

RV There Yet?

In this episode of RV There Yet?, airing on Discovery on Saturday May 4, Patrice and Kevin McCabe, along with their guest Dave Fenley, explore the natural wonders and small-town charm of Rock Island, Tennessee. Located within Rock Island State Park.

The McCabes and Fenley will be chasing waterfalls, sipping wine, and immersing themselves in the local culture. They will also be visiting Rock Island State Park, an 883-acre park nestled at the confluence of the Caney Fork, Collins, and Rocky Rivers. The park offers a variety of activities, such as whitewater kayaking, hiking trails, and fishing.

Rock Island State Park has two campgrounds, one for RVs and trailers and the other for tents only. The main campground has 50 sites, 20 of which are available year-round and equipped with electrical and water hookups. The park also offers cabin camping, with ten beautiful cabins featuring fireplaces, coffee pots, and charcoal grills.

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Nearby attractions include Burgess Falls State Park, Virgin Falls State Natural Area, and Edgar Evins State Park, all of which offer their own unique trails and waterfalls to explore. For those seeking a more urban experience, Nashville, with its musical history and attractions like the Cheekwood Botanical Gardens, is less than a two-hour drive away.

RV There Yet? takes viewers on a journey to discover new destinations and explore life on the road. In this episode, they will uncover the beauty and adventures that await in Rock Island, Tennessee.

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RV There Yet?: Rock Island, TN airs on the Discovery Channel at 8:30 am on Saturday, May 4, 2024.

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