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Greenbrier Campground in the Smoky Mountains

smoky mountains in spring

If you are feeling the winter blues, you can take comfort knowing that spring is right around the corner! In fact, this is the perfect time to make your plans to experience the beauty of the Smoky Mountains with a spring vacation. Whether you have time for a weekend getaway or an entire week in the Smokies, you won’t want to miss this spectacular time of year! Here are the top 5 reasons to look forward to spring in the Smoky Mountains:

Campfire ring

When it comes to the traditional camping experience, nothing is more special than the evening campfire! Therefore, all of the camping sites at our Smoky Mountain campground feature a fire ring so you can enjoy a campfire every night of your stay! As you gather your family and friends around the fire, you are sure to create some wonderful new memories to last a lifetime! Here are 4 fun activities you can enjoy around the campfire at our Smoky Mountain campground:

RV

Thinking about camping in the Smoky Mountains? You’ll have a great time when you stay at our RV park in the Smoky Mountains! We have all kinds of amenities you’ll love, and plenty of spots for you to choose from. Plus, you can camp in an RV even if you don’t own one! Check out these 4 reasons why you’ll want to stay at our RV park in the Smoky Mountains:

rv set up near a creek

If you are looking for the perfect place to introduce your kids to the exciting world of camping, there is no better destination than our campground! At our beautiful property in the Smoky Mountains, your family can enjoy a traditional camping experience combined with modern amenities and fun recreational opportunities! Here are the top 5 reasons why our Smoky Mountain campground is the perfect place to bring your kids camping for the first time:

RV at campsite

If you always wanted to camp among the beauty of the Smokies but setting up a tent just isn’t your style, there is no need to worry! Our campground offers guests several camping options, from RV sites to a cabin. You can enjoy the great outdoors while still staying in accommodations that make you feel more comfortable. Here are 3 ways to take your stay to the next level at our campground in the Smoky Mountains:

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:

campfire with rv in background

The fall season is a delightful time to visit the Greenbrier Campground so you can enjoy the pleasant weather, beautiful fall foliage, and crisp mountain air. While the autumn temperatures in the Smoky Mountains are generally quite moderate, it can get cool at night, so you will want to make sure you are adequately prepared for the conditions! Here are the top 5 ways to keep warm at night at our Smoky Mountain campground:

chairs around fire pit with grill and picnic table near an rv

If you have been dreaming about camping in the Smoky Mountains and wondering about the perfect place to pitch your tent or park your RV, look no further than Greenbrier Campground! We have 120 beautiful campsites available with all the conveniences and amenities you need for a wonderful traditional camping experience! Here are the top 4 things guests love about our campsites in the Smoky Mountains:

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: