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Indian Boundry campground

Post  fisherpal2k on Thu Dec 31, 2009 11:41 pm

I haven't got to stay at Indian Boundry yet but we are looking to some day. Hope and I went during the winter and took some pics of the campground while it was closed. They have electric hook ups in a lot of the sights but no water hook ups. It has community spigots available for filling water tanks and stuff tho. there is a store in the campground but it wasn't open when we were there.
There is four different areas and this past year they did some upgrades to the bath houses and stuff. There are trails for walking and biking around the lake and just a short drive will put you in some great trout fishing areas also. This place is located just off the Cherihola Skyway going out of Tellico. It is a little bit of a drive from town, so be sure and take the neccesities with you.

http://s99.photobucket.com/albums/l298/fisherpal2k/camper%20lights/Indian%20Boundry%20Campground/

The camp sites are fairly large but on the website they reccomend nothing over 26 ft. I have seen some larger campers in there tho. A couple of nice 5vers and a class A was in there. You just need to be careful in the circle turn around at the front of the loops if you are really long.
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Post  chuck on Fri Jan 01, 2010 10:16 am

I have looked at your Indian Boundary pics before.... very nice! I like the looks of the sites.. but I also like water hookups for my shower and bathroom. I have never used the water holding tanks and pump in my camper.. guess I could figure it out.
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Post  abivens on Fri Jan 01, 2010 10:24 am

I would love to go to Indian Boundry. Great place to swim and fish.
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Post  fisherpal2k on Sat Jan 02, 2010 7:07 am

Chuck I thought the water tank thing was a bad thing until we went to Florida and I used it while we traveled. I don't fill mine up unless we are going to dry camp but it is nice to still have water when needed. I will warn you tho that if you try it out you will like it!
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