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Primitive Cabins

You might want to consider staying in a primitive cabin at either Piney Campground or Wranglers Campground in Land Between The Lakes.

Primitive Cabins at Piney Campground

Piney Campground, located in southwestern Land Between The Lakes, has nine primitive cabins available. These are one-room cabins and can sleep four people.  The sleeping arrangements include a double bed and a bunk bed.  You'll also have a ceiling fan with light, small table and chairs, electrical outlets and air conditioning in the warmer months. 

During the cooler days, portable heaters can be brought in upon request.  You'll need to bring your own linens or sleeping bags and pillows.  There is no smoking and no pets allowed in the cabins.  Also, no additional camping units are allows on cabin sites.

Shower and restroom facilities are located nearby.

To find out more, call (931) 232-5331.  You can also book online.

Primitive Cabins at Wranglers Campground

Similar to Piney Campground, Wrangers Campground (which is a campground for those with horses) features a total of 12 rustic primitive cabins.  You'll find similar amenities, such as electrical outlets, ceiling fan with a light, and a small table and chairs.

Wranglers has five of these one-room units that sleep four people with a double and bunk beds.  Wranglers also features seven cabins that sleep up to eight people, with a double bed and three bunks.  You'll need to bring your own linens, pillows or sleeping bags.  They do come with air and heat (if needed).  There's no smoking or pets allowed and no additional camping units are allowed on the cabin sites.

There are showers and restroom facilities nearby - and a lot of horses!

To find out more, call (270) 924-2201.  You can also book online.