Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers camping in the frontcountry and backcountry with campsites for tents, groups and horses. Just beyond the park entrances are a multitude of opportunities for camping, glamping and RVing.
Short for “glamorous camping,” stay here to experience nature in tents equipped with the creature comforts of home near Gatlinburg, Tenn.
Get ready to explore America’s most popular national park.
The park operates nine developed campgrounds. All have bathroom facilities with running water, but no showers or hookups.
Explore the country’s best national parks in style in a camper van, trailer or RV.
Personalized guide to help you decide where to spend the night, from car camping paradise and remote backcountry sites to a slice of RV heaven.
Elevate your national park vacation when you and your family spend the night at a glamping camp.
Want to sleep under the stars but skip sleeping bags, dirt and pit toilets? Try glamping near Great Smoky Mountains National Park.