Our campground of choice was Sportsmans Resort. This campground came with water, electric, some sewer hook ups and had a nice swimming pool. But don't come here if you are execting anything fancy. The mosquitos can carry you away, the campsites are "primitive" at best, but at $22 a night you come away with that southern fishing aire. They sell fishing license (3 day is $27) along with bait and supplies, all at their office/store - which is very convienent. And if you don't want to chance bringing your boat on this very stumpy lake, well, Sportsmans can also rent you one of theirs. Remember, Reelfoot is a fishing lake. Known for its bluegill fishing in the spring, crappie and bass fishing year round, and "jugging" for catfish, which we did.
For those that didn't fish during the day, there was a nice place to feel the breeze off the lake, swing in the swings and/or just sit and watch the many humming birds eat at the feeders. Or, walk out on the pier and see the beauty of the Lake.
Back at Sportmans Resort pier, the grandkids, Aiden and Denali Canaday, join in with the statues of just sitting on the pier.