This was our second RV trip to Cove Lake State Park. It is a popular, moderately managed campground that both local campers and travelers use. Sites are graveled, of average size and mostly level to slight incline. Sections A and B are older sections, but have more shade from large Cedar trees and other deciduous trees. Handicapped sites located near the bathhouses have concrete pads and walks. There are hiking trails and nearby access to the Cumberland Trail. The restaurant provides both casual dining and special menu options, which we found to be very well prepared. There is a minor nuisance noise from the nearby interstate, which can be minimized by reserving a space in section C. Section C is also mostly open in the center of the loop, with some morning or afternoon shade along the perimeter.
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