East Coast, if you're looking to enjoy a budget–friendly adventure this fall, a scenic camping trip to the Great Smoky Mountains might be just for you. For $25 a night, you can escape to the wilderness and enjoy the vibrant oranges, yellows, and reds of this national park, without the cost of other peak-season accommodations.
As one of the most popular campgrounds in the Smokies, the top-rated Cades Cove Campground is open year-round and includes handy amenities like drinking water and flush toilets. In addition to viewing the breathtaking scenery at this location, there are also many activities to enjoy including hiking, biking, touring an 11-mile loop road and observing wildlife.
Camping in the Great Smoky Mountains Timeframe: 15. Sep. 2020 - 15. Nov. 2020
Step 1: Book a Campsite
Click the botton below to visit the Cades Cove Campground website, where you can reserve a campsite during your preferred travel dates.
Step 2: Rent Camping Gear
Click the botton below to visit the Recreaton.gov website where you can rent any camping equipment that you might not already own.
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