There are tons of amazing Pigeon Forge Campgrounds for your family to choose from in the Smokies. In this Pigeon Forge Vacation guide, I have rounded up several of my favorite campgrounds in Pigeon Forge that I think you and your whole family will adore.
Whether you want to be near Dollywood or you’re looking for a campground with a lazy river, these campgrounds have all the best family-friendly amenities.
These Pigeon Forge campgrounds offer the best of both worlds for your family. Enjoy the relaxing mountain atmosphere or take a day lazing around in the lazy river all day.
The kid-friendly activities will keep your kiddos busy as they splash in the pools or run through the outdoor spaces and work out all the wiggles on the playgrounds.
And even if you don’t have your own camper, there are a variety of Pigeon Forge RV rentals that fits every budget and need.
How Much Does it Cost to Camp in Pigeon Forge?
Camping rates in Pigeon Forge can vary widely depending upon what amenities and type of campground you choose.
If you choose to camp in the National Park at Cades Cove expect to pay $25 per night. Camping in Cades Cove is highly competitive and we recommend booking at least one year in advance.
Rates vary widely depending upon amenities, seasonality, and the size of your rig. Here are the average rates for each type of RV camping in Pigeon Forge.
- Cades Cove Camping- $25/night
- Privately Owned Family Campgrounds- $35-$75/night
- RV Parks and Resorts- $74-$160/night
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Recommended Pigeon Forge Resources
- Smoky Mountains Vacation Guide
- Gatlinburg Vacation Guide
- Pigeon Forge Discount Tickets
- Great Smoky Mountains Family Vacations Facebook Group
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