North Carolina is a beautiful state to explore and travel in, and you can still get in some camping time in the Great Smoky Mountains this fall in your new or used RV. And there’s no need to drive for days and days to get where you want to go. If you’re looking for a beautiful camping destination that’s not several states away, pack your bags and hit the road for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Cades Cove is one of the most popular attractions at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park!
The Cades Cove tour is an 11-mile driving loop, providing visitors with beautiful views and many incredible wildlife spottings. Plan to go at a leisurely pace and enjoy yourself! Learn more about Cades Cove here.
Hiking in the Smokies will be an unforgettable experience for you, whether you’re a beginner or experienced hiker. There are plenty of popular hikes to choose from, and several family friendly hikes as well if you have the kids or grandkids with you.
There are hiking opportunities all year long, and each season affords beautiful and unique views and experiences. Learn more about hiking in the Smokes here.
Black bears are among the most popular wildlife to look for and spy in the Smokies!
Keep your camera close, and don’t be foolish. You’ll love having the photo ops, but remember that bears are bears, and if you have a bear encounter, you want to remain safe (and alive). Do not confront or antagonize wildlife and remember that approaching a bear within 50 yards is illegal. Find more bear safety tips and regulations for visitors here.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a beautiful camping destination you’ll want to return to again and again, and you’ll love seeing what it has to offer at this time of you. Learn more about what you can plan to do, see, and enjoy here, and contact us today if we can help provide any RV service or maintenance on your new or used RV before you hit the road. Happy trails!