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#Four Cs Of The Big South Fork
Near: JamestownTN (Weather)
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200 Total
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200 Difficulty: More Difficult Trail
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Trail Description With over 200 miles of trails within The Big South Fork River & Recreation Area, you will see varied terrain and landscapes, with views of awesome gorges and sandstone rock formations, creeks and waterfalls. The trail footing is comprised mostly of dirt and sand, with some mild rocky areas, especially around and through creeks. You can even cross the Big South Fork of the Cumberland River. Although the area is rugged, the trails are well-constructed. Some old dirt-and-gravel roads and railroad beds are also designated trails. For trails that are too far for you to ride out and back in the same day, trailer to the trailheads located throughout BSF and the bordering Pickett State Park. Our access to The Big South Fork trail system is a short ride nearby that will lead you to Hicks Ridge Trail, Hippy Cave Trail, Sawtooth Ridge Trail, Proctor Ridge Trail, Wild Cat Den Trail and on to Spruce Creek and more without even trailering out. Our trail access will connect you to virtually every trail in The Big South Fork National River & Recreational Area!
Best Time to Visit Spring and Fall but we're open all year long!
Times to Avoid Summer heat & humidity!
Campground The Four C's of The Big South Fork, is a petite campground with 1 cabin and 2 RV sites. Some people prefer to not be in the larger campgrounds and want their privacy a little more. We do NOT have a bath house but our campsites do offer septic disposal. The Four C's stands for Cozy, Country, Camping and Cabin. Peaceful and quiet, a perfect laid back location to get away from it all. We offer a nice, cozy, fully furnished cabin with screened in kitchen, outside on the rear of the cabin. All linens and towels are provided for your use. Inside the cabin you will find a nice small refrigerator/freezer, microwave and coffee maker while the outside kitchen has everything you need to cook and eat your favorite meals. We also have a nice gas grill available for your use. The cabin can sleep four people comfortably upstairs in the bedroom. It is furnished with a queen sized bed, a futon with additional padding and a single bed. Gas heat and two air conditioners keep the cabin the exact temperature you want. New Fiber Optic Wi-fi for your use (just ask for password), Dish Network wth 250 channels and a collection of over 300 DVD movies for your enjoyment. If you have Verizon as your cel phone provider, our Verizon booster will allow you to have cel service up here on the plateau, which is not easy to find. There is an outside fire pit with a large supply of wood for that wonderful evening fire everyone enjoys. For those with LQ horse trailers, we have two full service RV camping spots with water, electric (30 amp) and septic . We offer for your convenience, an older, safe, steel, three horse slant load gooseneck trailer for your use. This is a nice amenity to have so you don't have to disconnect your water, electric & septic on your rig whenever you feel like riding different trail heads. We have two barns to choose from, each has a safe paddock for your horses to move around and not have to be stalled whenever you’re not riding them. The large barn also has a large shelter which will provide cover to your horses if you decide you’d prefer to leave them out. The small barn has 3 large stalls and a small wooden storage shed if you choose to store your feed, hay and tack. The large barn currently has 4 stalls and a secure feed room to store your feed and tack. Our round pen is available for your use. Wash rack with cross ties to rinse or bathe your horses inside the barn. PRICES Cabin with loft bedroom is $70.00 night (4 persons included in price) with a two night minimum. The price for additional people and stalls is $10 per person & $10 per horse. The loft has a queen sized bed and a full sized futon. Downstairs has a couch and love seat. This price includes two free stalls with a nice thick bedding of shavings for your horses comfort after a long haul here or a long, strenuous day of trail riding. Attached to each barn is a small paddock. There is a onetime fee of $25 for pet cleaning and is required for ANY dog or cat in the cabin. Carpet is shampooed after a pet’s departure for dander and hair. Please keep your dogs leashed when they are outside. The campsites are $25.00 per night with a maximum of four people. This price includes 1 free stall. Over 4 people in each site is $10.00 per person, per night. Stalls are $10.00 per horse, per night.
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Elect, Water, Cabin Stall, Water, Round Pen, Paddock Lisa Gallahar
(386) 466-4338
countrygurllisa@yahoo.com
Lisa Gallahar
739 North Fork Drive
Jamestown, TN 38556
Additional Info
Directions Located close to the intersection of 297 & 154, we are located on the west side of The Big South Fork, three miles south of Pickett State Park. Our address is 739 North Fork Drive, Jamestown, TN 38556. We're a short drive to Middle Creek Equestrian Trail Head and a few others. Turning on to 297 from 154, go east .10 of a mile, turn left on to North Fork Drive. Do not take the gravel road on the left as you're coming up the hill, continue on and drive straight to the first residence on the left. 739 North Fork Drive, Jamestown, TN 38556 Coming from Oneida heading west on 297, drive almost the entire distance of the road. As you’re nearing the end, you will see a long guardrail on the right, when the guardrail ends, turn right onto North Fork Drive. Do not take the gravel road on the left as you're coming up the hill, continue on and drive straight to the first residence on the left. 739 North Fork Drive, Jamestown, TN 38556
This information was provided by countrygurllisa on 1/4/2016 10:05:01 AM

Notes on Difficulty Rating:  
 Easy
(Gently sloping or level terrain; trails are groomed or wide open; shallow or no creek crossings. ) 
 More Difficult (Moderate hills over consistent surface; possibly some narrow trails and short steeper slopes) 
 Rigorous (Easy to More Difficult for rider but physically challenging for horse such as on a level surface through deep sand) 
 Challenging (Possible rocky, uneven surface, steep slopes, uncleared trails, faster flowing streams and other obstacles that lead to more difficult riding for rider and horse)