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Each year, on “the third Saturday of September”, you will find a special gathering in the hills of the Big South Fork. These talented folk will come together to bring stories to life with the words that they speak. Painting haunting plotlines and images that will leave you begging for more. The annual “Haunting in the Hills” Storytelling Festival will keep you coming back year after year to the Big South Fork with your RV rental.

There’s a certain timeless magic to sitting around a campfire and passing down stories. Many different cultures around the world have participated in this right of passage. The Big South Fork in Tennessee is no exception. Here you will find a gathering of some of the best storytellers from all around. Settle in and listen to their stories. You heart will race as, you will laugh, you may even cry. But we promise no matter what, you’ll be captivated.

The “Haunting in the Hills” Storytelling Festival is more than just a festival for stories. During the day you can gather for art and crafts activities. There will also be live music that is free and open to the public. All of this leads up to the magical moment when you sit down to hear a tale that will leave you feeling like a child sitting around a campfire once again.

Bringing an RV rental with you to the “Haunting in the Hills” Storytelling Festival will give you all of the comforts and amenities of home, while keeping you a part of the wilderness. Don’t give up the comfort of a bathroom, kitchen, and bed just to go camping. Explore the outdoors while having everything you need for a relaxing trip. A RV rental will also give you the ability to explore around. The Big South Fork covers a lot of land and it’s just waiting to be explored! Give yourself endless opportunities with an RV rental at the “Haunting in the Hills” Storytelling Festival.

RV Camping

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