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3 Reasons to Visit Our Campground During Fall in the Smoky Mountains

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3 Reasons to Visit Our Campground During 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:

1. Surrounded by Beauty

fall colors in the smoky mountainsOur campground is completely surrounded by beauty so that you can enjoy the fall colors in every direction! Whether you are camping in a tent, RV or one of our camping cabins, you will truly feel immersed in the natural wonders of this unique part of the country. Of course, we offer a stunning location all year long because the Little Pigeon River runs along the campground, and our campsites are situated among gorgeous trees. However, the fall season just makes everything even more spectacular!

2. No Crowds or Heavy Traffic

During each fall in the Smoky Mountains, thousands of visitors come to the area each to see the sight of the changing leaf colors! As a result, the heavy crowds can cause traffic delays along the Gatlinburg Parkway and other major roads leading into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. When you stay our campground, you never have to worry about dealing with crowds or traffic! After waking up at your campsite, simply take a stroll around the campground to appreciate the sights of the fall season! Be sure to take a look at the map of the Greenbrier Campground when planning your vacation to get a feel for the campground layout!

3. Close to Greenbrier Entrance of National Park

road in the smoky mountains surrounded by trees in the fallOne of the huge benefits of staying at the Greenbrier Campground is that we are less than a half mile away from the Greenbrier entrance into the national park! Since this entrance is considered “off the beaten path,” you will find that it is much less crowded than other areas of the park! The Greenbrier area of the park features several recommended trails, including the Ramsey Cascades Trail which leads to the tallest cascades in the Smokies! The Porters Creek Trail is also a wonderful place to take a walk to soak in all of the fall colors!

About the Greenbrier Campground

The Greenbrier Campground offers 120 full hookup campsites, ranging from wooded sites to premier sites right along the river! While staying at our campground, your family can take advantage of a variety of fantastic amenities including charcoal grills, access to the river, and a fun playground! We also have sports equipment so that you can play games like volleyball, badminton, bocce ball, corn hole and horseshoes! It is no wonder why so many campers return to our campground year after year to experience the fall season!

Check out all of the information about our campground today and make your reservation to experience fall in the Smoky Mountains! We look forward to seeing you this fall at Greenbrier Campground!