Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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:

guy riding a bike in the woods

When preparing for your camping adventure at the Greenbrier Campground, don’t forget to bring along your bikes on vacation! With stunning scenery and fresh mountain air, the Smoky Mountains are the perfect place to explore while biking! There are several convenient areas nearby that are bike friendly. Here are the top 3 places to go biking in the Smoky Mountains:

Trail going through wildflowers in the smoky mountains

One of the best things about a spring visit to the Smoky Mountains is the opportunity to view the famous wildflowers of the region! While the Smokies are certainly breathtaking at any time of year, the sight of wildflowers blanketing the mountains are truly a sight to behold! Here is everything you need to know about viewing the beautiful Smoky Mountain wildflowers during your vacation:

People hiking on a trail

So here’s the problem: You only have one day, but you really want to experience the joys of nature in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. What should you do with your family? Glad you asked, because we have a few suggestions of things to do in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park for getting the most out of your brief stay. Put on your hiking boots so you can do some serious exploring!

Ramsey Cascades hiking trail in the Smoky Mountains

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: