As we look forward to the cooler evenings and brilliant colors of fall, we're also looking back to the beginning of the year, when we started working to make Tana-See Campground a place where families and friends would gather.  We've faced a lot of challenges - Mother Nature seemed to have a bone to pick, dumping buckets and buckets of rain on us in June and well into July - but we love a challenge! Saturday night movies have proven to be popular with our campers and we're taking requests - just let us know what you'd like to see and we'll do the rest!
August saw the publication of our first newsletter!  The working title is "Tana-See Times"  but we're hoping that one of our campers can come up with something a little more imaginative - let's hear your thoughts!  If you've got some camping tips or recipes you'd like to see in print, drop them off at the office and we'll share them with your fellow campers.
September we did a lot of clean up and Jennifer and Danny helped with flowers, trees and just making it like they would their home. 
October we ripped up the back creek side sites and added new water, sewer, electric and cable lines.
November was the beginning of winter it was cold one day warm the next. We had campers from NY come down and stay for a week.
December we had water pipes freeze on some of the campers for the most part everything went good. We also had to evict a couple of campers I really don't like doing that, but we want a clean family campground.
January 2014 ITS COLD!!!! Not much more to say about that.
Feb 2014 Cold Cold Cold
March 2014
Wi-Fi through out the campground. Had some warm weather got a lot of new sites in and a lot of clean up from winter
April 2014
Had to have pipes in both bath houses replaced. (thanks Tommy and Danny) Got more sites done. The kids loved the Easter Egg hunt.

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Tana-See Campground

 "Tennessee" comes from the old Yuchi Indian word "Tana-see", which means "The Meeting Place".

Learn more on Yuchi Indians http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
         We will still be doing our Second Saturday of the month Bingo and Third Saturday of the month Potluck Dinners. So come camp with us. Want to stay up-to-date on what's happening? Send your email address to tanaseecampground@yahoo.com to receive our monthly newsletter and special offers.

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 Aug 9 4pm Bingo
 Aug 16 4 pm Potluck Bring favorite dish with recipe
 Aug 23  4pm Dessert Day Dance to Karioke
 Aug 30 6pm  Labor Day Party Bring Dish