While there are numerous Tennessee RV campgrounds and parks near Gatlinburg in the surrounding towns of Pigeon Forge, Sevierville, and Townsend, there are actually only a select few RV campgrounds in Gatlinburg.
However, if you want to take your camper into the heart of Gatlinburg, these 4 RV Campgrounds in Gatlinburg will get you close to all the action in Gatlinburg as well as provide your family with tons of fun when back at the camper.
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Gatlinburg Campgrounds With Cabins
If you want to stay in one of these RV campgrounds in Gatlinburg, but don’t have your RV and don’t want to rent one, consider renting a Cabin instead.
All of these Gatlinburg Campgrounds offer cabin rentals or alternate lodging for those wishing to enjoy the campground without their own RV.
Cabins in the Smokies can be a great way to get a larger space for your family without the larger price tag.
Additionally, you can always rent an RV from a nearby location through our partner, Outdoorsy, and even have it delivered.
For more information on renting and RV check our rental section below or visit our How to Rent an RV page.
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Camp LeConte Luxury Outdoor Resort
1739 E Parkway, Gatlinburg, Tennessee
What a beautiful campground. Camp LeConte Luxury Outdoor retreat combines the beauty of the natural Smoky Mountain surroundings with the charm of European vintage “glamping” flare!
Located only 4 miles from downtown, this darling campground is the perfect destination for your RV camping vacation in the Smokies.
In addition to pads for your own RV, Camp Leconte offers a glamping experience in their retro vintage RV sites, tree houses, and Safari tents.
- Cost: $51-$71 depending on size and season
- Reservations: Yes-Online available
- Size Allowance: Pop-up to Class A Motor Homes
- Tent Camping: Yes
- Hookups: Full hook up sites with 20, 30 and 50 amp service, water, sewer, cable and free wifi
- Dump Station: Sewer at site
- On-Site Amenities: Heated Swimming pool, Convenient access to Trolly Stop and Gatlinburg, Camp Store
- Nearby Attractions: Anakeesta, Downtown Gatlinburg
Related Reading: 7 Pigeon Forge Campgrounds You Need To Visit!
Gatlinburg Campgrounds On The River
Three of the four campgrounds located within the Gatlinburg city limits have sites located on a river or a creek.
- Twin Creek Campground- Has 2 creeks running around the campground
- Adventure Bound Campground- Has several sites that back up to Webb Creek
- Greenbrier Campground- Completely encircled by the Little Pigeon River
Twin Creek Campground
1202 East Parkway
Gatlinburg, Tennessee 37738
Twin Creek RV Resort is the closest RV park to downtown Gatlinburg, TN being only 2 miles from the city center.
However, despite this close proximity to all the hubbub of downtown Gatlinburg, this Gatlinburg RV campground is located on it’s own 30 acre forested island backing up to the Great Smoky Mountain national park.
This gives you the feeling of camping away in the mountains while having convenient access to the Gatlinburg attractions and amazing restaurants.
- Cost: $78-$84 per night [10% discount for AAA and Good Sam Members]
- Reservations: Request online or call
- Size Allowance: Can accommodate up to 45′ motorhomes and 5th wheels
- Tent Camping: No
- Hookups: Full hookup with 20,30, and 50 amp hookup
- Dump Station: All sites have water and sewer hookup
- On-Site Amenities: All sites have paved cement pad, fire ring and grill, WiFi, Cable, and Cement picnic table
- Nearby Attractions: 2 miles to Downtown Gatlinburg, 5 minutes to Anakeesta and other downtown attractions
Adventure Bound Campground, Gatlinburg [Formerly Crazy Horse Campground]
Adventure Bound campground in Gatlinburg says it all in the name. While the campground still has the beauty of the lush Smoky Mountains surroundings and a nearby creek, all the perks of an RV resort are also included.
- Cost: $50-$90 depending on season and site type
- Reservations: Online
- Size Allowance:
- Tent Camping: Yes
- Hookups: Full 30/50 amp with some sewer sights
- Dump Station: Yes
- On-Site Amenities: 500 foot Alpine Water Slide, Swimming Pool, Laundry, Fishing Pond, Recreational Games
- Nearby Attractions:
Greenbrier Campground In the Smoky Mountains
2353 East Pkwy, Gatlinburg, TN 37738
Greenbrier is truly your serenity in the Smokies. Surrounded by the beautiful Little Pigeon River, you can enjoy an entire day of relaxation while the children swim in the Flint Rock swimming hole.
If you are up for more adventure or fun, take a rafting trip down the Little Pigeon River or drive over to Pigeon Forge to enjoy Dollywood or the other numerous family attractions.
Or spend the day hiking the beautiful surrounding Great Smoky Mountain National Park. The choices are limitless at Greenbrier being so centrally located to Gatlinburg and the Smoky Mountains.
- Cost: $60-$82
- Reservations: Online
- Size Allowance: Pods-Larger Motor Homes
- Tent Camping: Yes
- Hookups: Full 30/50 amp service, Water, Sewer, Electric, and WiFi
- Dump Station: No, Sewer at Site
- On-Site Amenities: Fishing, Swimming, Tubing, Bath House, Laundry,
- Nearby Attractions: Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Downtown Gatlinburg
RV Rentals In Gatlinburg, TN
If you would love to experience an RV campground vacation near Gatlinburg, TN but don’t own your own RV camper, then Outdoorsy can help you out. Here are 5 gorgeous RV campers you can rent near the Gatlinburg area to give your family a fabulous RV camping experience.
Related Reading: How To Rent A Camper
- Bearly Rough’n It- 36 foot travel trailer sleeps 6
- 2018 Forest River Wildwood Travel Trailer– 2018 model sleeps 10
- 2016 Forest River Travel Trailer– 36 foot sleeps 10
- 2017 Keystone Bullet with Bunkhouse and Delivery- Sleeps 5
- Family Friendly Bunkhouse– Sleeps 4
To learn more about how to rent an RV visit our guide here.
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