Montgomery Bell State Park
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Please retain this gift card in case you cancel or modify your reservation. Any refunds must be made to the original gift card.
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See All Available Nights
You can now view all available nights, up to a full year ahead, of any campsite that is showing unavailable for your selected dates. Unavailable campsites are shown on the map or list as gray icons.
Show Available Dates
The description window of any unavailable campsite includes a large blue button with "Show Available Dates". Use this button to reveal an interactive calendar that shows every available date for that campsite — allowing you to easily change your dates so you can reserve that favorite campsite.
This will also reset your selected dates so that you can select more than one campsite for the same dates.
If you need assistance making campsite reservations, please give us a call at (615) 797-9052. We'll be happy to help you plan your next camping trip.
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How do I create a multi-site camping itinerary?
This park offers the ability to create a camping itinerary that spans multiple nights and different campsites — allowing campers to hike throughout the park and stay at a variety of sites, all in one reservation and incurring only one reservation fee.
To add the next dates to your reservation; select the button to return to the date selector stage. Your arrival date of Wednesday, August 21 will be set as your next Arrival date for this leg of your itinerary.
Select your next departure date from the calendar to continue. From the site selection stage, choose the campsite(s) for the next night(s) of your itinerary. The number of campsites you may select for each leg is limited to the number of sites from previous leg.
You may repeat this process for up to a total of 14 nights per reservation. Once you have settled on your itinerary, simply complete the reservation process below. A confirmation will be emailed to you with details of each campsite and dates in your itinerary.
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Montgomery Bell State Park
Camping Reservation Policies
Only Certified Heat Treated Firewood is allowed to enter the state park. Please help us to protect Tennessee's state parks and forests. See http://www.protecttnforests.org for more information about invasive forest pests. You may also go to http://www.firewoodscout.org to find a vendor who sells Certified Heat Treated Firewood.
General Campground Policies
Please note that check-in time for camping is 4:00 pm. Check-out time is 12:00 pm.
Montgomery Bell State Park has gone trash-free. This means that all of the trash cans have been removed from the campground and 2 dumpsters have been provided by the dump station behind the Camp Store and past campsite #121.
We hope you enjoy your stay.
- Camping rates are for up to six (6) persons per campsite with exceptions made for immediate family. For groups larger than six (6), please reserve additional campsite(s).
- The installation of permanent camping facilities is prohibited. Also, the digging or leveling of the ground at any campsite is prohibited. Camping equipment must be completely removed and camping sites cleaned by campers before departure.
- Firearms/fireworks, use of generators, disorderly conduct, and running electrical cords from an electric site to a non-electric site are prohibited.
Discounts and coupons are not allowed on premium sites.
- Bicycle riders under the age of 16 must wear a helmet. Bicycles are not allowed to be ridden after dark.
- Quiet shall be maintained in all campgrounds between the hours of 10:00 pm and 6:00 am.
- The gathering of wood for use as fuel in campgrounds or picnic areas shall be limited to dead material on the ground, except where such gathering is prohibited by the Park Manager by the posting of appropriate signs.
- Golf carts are only allowed on the paved roads within the campgrounds. Anyone operating a golf cart in the campgrounds must have a valid driver's license.
- Dogs, cats, and other pets are to be controlled and on a leash at all times. They may not be tied and left unattended outside. Pets are not allowed inside any buildings, rental units, pavilion, beach area, or playground areas.
- All guests must comply with the laws of the State of Tennessee, including but not limited to alcohol and controlled substances.
- Maximum stay for camping is 14 days (28 days December 1 to February 28/29).
- Campsites may not exceed one (1) motor home, fifth-wheel, travel trailer, or pop-up and one (1) tent. Two (2) tents may occupy one (1) site.
- Proof of ADA eligibility must be presented at check-in prior to occupying an ADA designated site. Failure to present proof of eligibility could result in the cancelation of your reservation.
Camping and the use of trailers or other camper units is permitted only at designated location. Within designated locations, the pitching of tents or parking of trailers or other camper units is permitted only at the sites designated. Likewise, campfires are permitted in designated areas only.
Campground Reservation Policies
Nightly campsite fees are based on location, season and site amenities. Fees are subject to state and local taxes, and are subject to change. Advanced reservations are available prior to arrival, and may be made up to 1 year in advance. There is a non-refundable $5.00 Advanced Reservation Fee per campsite that provides for managing the reservation system at Tennessee State Parks.
Individuals requesting to rent overnight accommodations must be eighteen (18) years of age or older. A parent or an adult must accompany children or individuals under the age of eighteen years. Valid identification may be requested and/or required by park personnel for verification of age.
- Reservations may be cancelled up to and including 2 days prior to the scheduled arrival date with a refund of all campground fees - minus the $5.00 advanced reservation fee.
- Cancellations made 1 day prior to arrival date will forfeit the first night's campsite fees, taxes and the $5.00 advanced reservation fee, per campsite.
- Cancellations made the same day as the scheduled arrival, for reservations of two or more days, will forfeit the first two nights rate, taxes and the $5.00 advanced reservation fee, per campsite. If only one night was reserved, cancelling on the scheduled arrival date will forfeit all fees and taxes, per campsite.
- If this reservation is part of a contracted group, then the contract's cancellation policies supersede the above individual cancellation policies.
- To cancel your reservation, please contact the park directly during regular business hours. Cancellations may not be made online, via voicemail or via social media.
- Guests that do not occupy their reserved site by 12:00 noon the day following the first nights' reservation will forfeit all fees and the reserved campsite may become available for other guests. If you do not intend to occupy a reserved site on the first reserved night, contact the park so that we can hold the site for you, or assist you in making other arrangements.
- If payment is made using a gift card, please retain this gift card in case you cancel your reservation. Any refunds must be made to the original gift card.
Montgomery Bell State Park
Park Office – 8:00 am to 4:00 pm | Phone: (615) 797-9052
Tennessee State Parks
Nashville Office – Phone: 615.532.0001 | Email: State.Parks@tn.gov
312 Rosa L. Parks Ave. | William R. Snodgrass Tennessee Tower | Nashville, TN 37243
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