VERAVISE OUTDOOR LIVING
Winter camping in Tennessee offers a unique experience that can’t be found in warmer seasons.
Believe it or not, the cold winter temperatures bring some benefits for those looking to stay safe while camping outdoors.
Camping in winter is often considered much safer than traditional summer camping because there is a lower risk of exposure to disease-carrying insects and animals.
Set up camp on dry land to avoid hypothermia from cold water exposure.
Bring warm clothing/Dress in Layers
Keep warm drinks available. Places a hot water bottle in your sleeping bag for added warmth.
Use a four-season tent with a windproof rainfly for extra warmth.
It is an ideal spot for winter camping as it provides access to some of the best winter views, trails, and wildlife that Tennessee offers.
This state park near Nashville, TN, has 109 campsites at the park, and 22 are tent-only sites if you're feeling more adventurous.
Enjoy breathtaking views of the Smoky Mountains in winter. And keep your eyes peeled for some white tallied deer in the area.
Located in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains and surrounded by forests, it offers an excellent opportunity to experience nature in its full glory .