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Great Smoky Mountains National Park

baskins creek falls

Want to get out in the national park? There are several hikes near Gatlinburg you should check out! They range from easy to moderate, and they are great for people who have never hiked before or people who do some hiking. You can choose a trail based on difficulty and what you would like to see along the way. Here are the top 6 hikes near Gatlinburg you need to explore:

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:

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:

pigeon forge

If you have ever been to the Smokies, you know how many cities there are around the area. We want to share some of the best little mountain towns you need to experience while you’re in the area. From entertaining things to do to sight seeing, you’ll find plenty of things you should see in these towns in the Smoky Mountains. Here are the top 5 towns in the Smoky Mountains you should visit:

green smoky mountains

One of the things campers love most about staying at the Greenbrier Campground is the convenient access into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park! In fact, you could even walk from our campground to the Greenbrier entrance in the park! This entrance is considered off the beaten path, making it one of the best ways to access the beauty of the park without the crowds! Here are the top 4 reasons to use the Greenbrier entrance into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park:

horses in cades cove

When you visit the Smoky Mountains in the fall, you’ll want to soak up the rest of the time you can be outdoors without it being freezing! You’re probably wondering what all you can do outside during this time of year, which is why we have a list of all the fun things to do in the Smoky Mountains in the fall for you! Look at these 4 fun things to do in the Smoky Mountains in the fall:

Porters Creek Trail in the Smoky Mountains

One of the huge perks of staying at the Greenbrier Campground is that the Greenbrier entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is less than a half mile away! This park entrance is considered off the beaten path for many visitors, which results in less crowded trails for your enjoyment! A highlight of the Greenbrier section of the park is the Porters Creek Trail, a scenic trail that offers a variety of stunning natural beauty! Here are the top 4 reasons why you should hike the Porters Creek Trail while staying at the Greenbrier Campground:

Ramsey Cascades hiking trail in the Smoky Mountains

One of the most popular activities in the Smoky Mountains is hiking. There are many different things you can see along the hiking trails, and one of the most beautiful is a waterfall. You’ll find there are several hiking trails with waterfalls in the Smokies! Grab your hiking gear and head out to find some beautiful natural features. Here are the top 6 hiking trails with waterfalls in the Smokies you’ll want to do: