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Greenbrier Campground in the Smoky Mountains

foothills parkway

Want to get out and explore the Smokies but you don’t want to go hiking? There are plenty of other ways to enjoy being out in the national park! You can go on a drive in the Smoky Mountains to see mountain views and maybe even pull off and walk around. Here are the top 4 drives in the Smoky Mountains near our campground you should go on:

RV 37 Exterior

One of the best parts about staying at our Smoky Mountain campground is we are just minutes away from the action of downtown Gatlinburg but are in a peaceful location surrounded by the Little Pigeon River. Your family can enjoy camping among the beauty of the Smokies while still being close to plenty of fun things to do in Gatlinburg. Here are the top 5 reasons why families love to go camping near Gatlinburg TN:

fall in the smoky mountains

While it may be hard to believe, autumn is just around the corner! This is one of the most popular seasons in the Smokies because the fall foliage creates a stunning display of colors! While you can see the fall color displays virtually anywhere in the area, there is no better place to experience the magic of the fall season than out Smoky Mountain campground! Here are the 3 reasons to visit Greenbrier Campground during fall in the Smoky Mountains:

sunset in the Smoky Mountains

When you spend a vacation camping with us at Greenbrier Campground, the fun doesn’t stop when the sun does down! In fact, the evening hours are one of the most exciting times while camping because there are several traditional activities that your family can enjoy together! Here are 4 fun things to do at night at our Smoky Mountain campground:

tipi village at Greenbrier

Are you looking for a unique camping experience that’s not tent or RV camping? We have camping tipis at our campground in the Smoky Mountains you will want to check out! You’ll love this unique experience, and each tipi has a different story you’ll appreciate. Here are 4 reasons why you should stay in the tipis at our campground in the Smoky Mountains:

alum cave trail

When you visit the Smokies, you probably want to see incredible views of the mountains. One of the best ways to enjoy the views is to go hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains. The trails range from moderate to difficult since you have to climb pretty high to get a great mountain view. Here are the top 5 places to go hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains with views:

blue tent next to a river

We know how much you want to get out of your house and enjoy getting away for a little while, which is why you should come stay at Greenbrier Campground! Camping is a great activity, and our campground is in one of the most beautiful areas in East Tennessee! You’ll be able to spend time outside and enjoy nature while easily maintaining a safe distance from other guests. Keep reading to find out why now is the perfect time to stay at Greenbrier Campground: