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Whether your Tennessee camping vacations have you visiting Elvis at Graceland in Memphis, the Appalachian Mountains or the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, it’s always a good idea to be aware of the rules of the road. Click on the links provided below for answers to your Tennessee road travel questions.
Towing and RV Road Rules
Tennessee Road Construction
Travelers Tip: Interstates ending in odd numbers run north and south. Even numbered interstates run east and west. Most Tennessee interstates use a mile-marker exit numbering system, where the exit numbers correspond to the nearest milepost - running south to north and west to east determined by the distance from the state line.
Rest stops can be found along Tennessee’s roads and typically offer picnic areas, restrooms, travel and map information, vending machines, pet walks, pay phones and occasionally an RV dump station. Wi-fi internet services at rest stops are becoming more common. Click here to learn about Tennessee’s rest stops.
When planning your route be sure to explore the campgrounds and RV parks in Find a Park – our online camping directory. Go Camping America helps make your travels safe and memorable.