Welcome to Coyote View RV Park, formerly known as AAA RV Park, a big rig friendly campground
located amidst farmland in the Northwestern corner of Tennessee. First opened in 2009 with 10 full
hookup pull-thru sites, the park today is under vibrant new ownership and has expanded to 38 full hook
up sites. Our amenities include full hookups (water, sewer, 30/50 amp electric and WiFi), an on-site
laundry, restrooms with showers, a dog walking area, and playground.
More than just a new name, as new owners since June 2021, we are committed to expanding the park with many new improvements, such as the addition of a certified RV repair technician to meet the on- site needs of our guests while providing a mobile RV repair service to the broader community. We are not only a family owned and operated business but campers ourselves, with a first-hand understanding of outdoor hospitality. We traveled the USA in an RV for 14 years, living the RV lifestyle while working in the construction field. We were raised in Minnesota, where we also raised a family that now consists of 4 children and 10 grandchildren.
Coyote View RV Park offers a quiet atmosphere on the edge of Union City, Tennessee, a thriving community with locally owned businesses from antique shops to specialty stores for finding that special treasure. There are also many local seasonal events throughout the year, including music and holiday festivals, arts and crafts fairs, and live theater. Shopping, restaurants, entertainment, and all of the amenities are just down the road, along with exceptional outdoor recreational opportunities such as fishing, eagle watching, and a deer and duck hunting paradise. Come experience rural America at its finest!
Nearby Reelfoot Lake is one of the world’s greatest natural fish hatcheries, making it a favorite spot for
America’s pro and recreational anglers, while featuring one of the largest populations of American Bald
Eagles outside of Alaska! Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the 1,850 acres of bird habitat at Lake Isom
National Wildlife Refuge. Surrounding a lake created by seismic activity over 200 years ago, the refuge
provides a major stopover and wintering ground for migratory waterfowl, with wintering concentrations
of mallards sometimes exceeding 100,000 birds and Canada geese sometimes exceeding 30,000 birds.
Another major local attraction is Discovery Park of America, a one-of-a-kind science, technology and
heritage museum that is right down the road. This 100,000 square foot museum also showcases space
travel, the military, natural history, art and transportation, with a 50 acres outdoor heritage park to
explore. Adventures abound and discoveries await for children and adults alike!
Please accept our invitation to enjoy our park and to experience all that our area has to offer. We will do our best to ensure your total satisfaction during your stay.
Your hosts, Lowell & Jill DeGrote
38 Full Hookup Sites
50/30/20 Amp Electric at all sites
WI-FI at all sites
Open sites for satellite reception
Guest Mail Accepted
Late/After Hours Check-in
Weekly and Monthly rates available
Open Year Round
Coyote View is the perfect spot for your next visit, if you are just passing through or staying a while, kick back and relax in beautiful Northwest Tennessee.