Hiking in the Smoky Mountains

Ramsey Cascades hiking trail in the Smoky Mountains

Top 6 Hiking Trails with Waterfalls in the Smokies You Have to Do

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 gorgeous Great Smoky Mountains waterfalls! 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:

Ramsey Cascades Trail waterfall

Top 4 Reasons Why You’ll Want to Hike the Ramsey Cascades Trail

Our beautiful campground is just a short drive from the Greenbrier entrance of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, where you’ll find the Ramsey Cascades Trail! This 8-mile round trip hike not only features a lovely old-growth cove hardwood forest, but also the tallest waterfall in the park! If you only have time for just one hike during your stay in the Smokies, put this one at the top of your itinerary! Here are the top 4 reasons why you’ll want to hike the Ramsey Cascades Trail:

baskins creek falls

Top 6 Hikes Near Gatlinburg You Need to Explore

Want to get out in the national park? There are several Gatlinburg hiking trails 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:

Smoky Mountain wildflowers

4 Best Wildflower Hikes in the Smoky Mountains

A hike in the Smoky Mountains is beautiful during all seasons of the year. Whether you are looking forward to seeing wildlife, waterfalls, fall foliage, or snow, there are perks to each month of the year when it comes to hiking. During the spring months, you have the added benefit of seeing beautiful wildflowers pop up all throughout the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. These colorful flowers make for a great photography opportunity and will make your hiking experience even more fantastic. Here are 4 of the best wildflower hikes in the Smoky Mountains:

baskins creek falls

Top 4 Hikes in the Great Smoky Mountains Near Greenbrier

A great way to spend time outdoors is to go on hikes in the Great Smoky Mountains. Even when you’re camping with us, you may want to spend even more time outside exploring the beauty of the area. There are plenty of hiking trails near Greenbrier for you to explore, and you’ll find one that’s perfect for your skill level! Here are the top 4 hikes in the Great Smoky Mountains near Greenbrier:

alum cave trail

Top 5 Places to Go Hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains With Views

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:

Porters Creek Trail in the Smoky Mountains

Top 4 Reasons Why You Should Hike the Porters Creek Trail

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

3 Awesome Smoky Mountain Hiking Trails That Are Just Minutes From Our Campground

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is home to more than 800 miles of hiking trails, and some of the best trails in the park are just minutes from the Greenbrier Campground! The Greenbrier entrance to the National Park is less than a half mile away from our campground, making it easy for you to walk or drive into the park to explore several exciting trails! Here are 3 awesome Smoky Mountain hiking trails that are just minutes from our campground: