Foster Falls has a number of car-camping sites, as well as several hike-in campsites. This area is famous with rock climbers for the scenic, challenging sport climbing. There are a few easy routes, though. The Falls are beautiful as well, and there are several trails for hiking.
US Army Corps of Engineer (tva.gov
Posted by: Greg Heil
on September 24, 2011
Hiking, camping, and especially sport climbing (rock climbing)
Twenty-six campsites, with handicapped-accessible site. Restrooms with heated showers and flush toilets, picnic tables and grills, group pavilion available by reservation, hiking trail, natural area, bird-watching.
Q: I see that there are grills available, are there areas for camp fires accessible? -Trevor Lee
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Reviewed by HikingDiva on February 12, 2012
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Spent 2 nights there in October... of 26 car camping sites, there were only 2 other sites occupied. It was quiet. Sites were generously spaced. Tent pad, picnic table, fire ring, lantern hook. Shower in bathhouse was... um, bring shower shoes and burn them afterwards. There was electrical outlets in bathroom - as a teen gal was charging her phone & flat-ironing her hair. (That's "roughing it") I was camping solo and didn't feel any concern about my safety. I was up at dawn hiking until sunset, take a shower & crash. I think it was $16/night.
The hiking was awesome.
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Reviewed by Greg Heil on September 24, 2011
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Great hike-in sites with easy access to rock climbing.
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