September 2016 (Update)
We revisited the Texas T Campground in Cornersville, Tennessee (Angela stayed here while I worked a project in Alaska). This is to update and provide some more pictures since we last visited here. This campgound is right off I-65 in southern Tennessee. This is a big stopping point for snowbirds moving south in the fall/winter and north in the spring/summer. The owners recognizes this fact and the campground has become more busy, so now there is a policy that limits monthly stays during peak season (you may have to call to find out when peak season is if you want to stay there for a month – I’m guessing Aug and Sep were okay). The rates were the same as before. Since I started identifying amenities after our last visit here are the amenities Electric – up to 50 Amp, Water – Yes, Sewer – Yes, TV – Yes, Internet – Yes.
Now for a few more pictures. The last time we visited it was in the dead of winter, this time it was summertime.
2014 Texas T Campground
2499 Lynnville Highway
Cornersville, TN 37047
Rate: $340-$360 per month + electric (our electric was almost $70/month in winter), around $180 (w/tax) for week, $30-$35 per day (best discount is Escapees (15%) and I think also Good Sam)
Lots: Close but not cramped Positives: Right off the interstate, sell propane on site, very quiet for being next to an interstate, large dog walk area, really nice owners Negatives: Small (40 lots), remote (a few miles from any sizable town) The folks who run the Campground mentioned that they normally rent to people that are going south for the winter and north for the summer. We saw this right before we left (between Christmas and New Year’s); the lot would fill up during the day and empty out the next morning.