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Smoky Mountain Rental Cabins &
Campgrounds in Cosby

Great Smoky Mountain Camping

Whether you are planning a camping trip to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Biosphere, or a frequent visitor, our guide to rental cabins, RV campgrounds, and Park campsites should make your trip more productive and enjoyable. In addition to information on the larger commercial campgrounds in the Smokies, which you can use to make reservations free of charge, we've also included some valuable information for hikers and campers inside the Park. How do you get here? Mountain Travel is as good a start as any in planning your Smoky Mountain vacation, and we've got all the hot attractions links, plus State and National Park resources.

Log Cabin Rentals

Cabin Rentals

Most of the cabin rentals along the east-west corrider into Gatlinburg offer luxurious amenties along with the outdoor experience of sleeping in the Smokies. Amentities such as sleeping lofts, hot tubs, and game rooms, plus fire places, stoves, and refrigerators. Most are open year round, some are open from April thru October. We've listed our favorites here, where you'll find their website or e-mail address, their Highway 321 address, a telephone number, and a Mapquest map pinpointing their location. We recommend that you call or link on to one of their websites today!

RV Campgrounds

RV and Tent Camping

Most of the commercial campgrounds that encircle the Park offer RV, trailer, and tent campsites. Amentities such as swimming pools, hot showers, and clean bathrooms are advantages you'll find when staying at one of the many reasonably priced locations. Some are open year round, some are open from April thru October. We've listed our favorites here, where you'll find their website or e-mail address, their Highway 321 address, a telephone number, and a Mapquest map pinpointing their location. We recommend that you call or link on to one of their websites today!

National Park Campsites

National Park Campsites

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park proudly boasts ten large developed campgrounds with over a thousand campsites for RV, trailer, or tent camping, plus 100 primitive "along the trail" free campsites on the ridges. Most of the developed campgrounds are open April through October, with two at Cades Cove and Smokemont open year round. We included all ten of the larger campgrounds in our directory and links to information resources for the primitive campsites. Here you'll find a brief discription of each campground including its capacity, elevation, and proximity to Park trailheads. Permits are required for overnight travel within the park and can be picked up at any of the campgrounds, ranger stations, or visitor centers. Camping reservations are also necessary for the Elkmont, Smokemont, and Cades Cove campgrounds for overnight camping from May 15th thru October 31st.

Smoky Mountains Travel Guide

Smoky Mountains National Park

Within the Appalachian Traveller site you will also find information on the Smoky Mountains. State and National Parks, Museums and Exhibits of Appalachian history, and Points of Interest, including favorite destinations of tourists in six southern states.

Please visit our How To section for pioneer living tips and techniques and our Glossary to southern Appalachian Mountains names and places.


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