Triple Creek Campground is a landscape of natural beauty where backpackers can set up a tent and look forward to spending a night under a starry Tennessee sky. RVers can roll onto a level site with full hookups. The camp offers the best of both worlds -- a country setting where massive trees offer shelter from the sun and the contemporary comforts of home. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring, allowing the campground tradition of cooking in the great outdoors. The daily rate is $40 to $50, with most sites overlooking a creek.
If you’re wondering why the RV way of life is so popular, check in to one of Triple Creek's campervans for hire and enjoy access to superbly clean restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. The catch of the day could be waiting for anglers in one of the creeks, where kids can also enjoy tubing. Landlubbers will love energizing at the playground.
The campground may well be a dog’s nirvana, with trees, streams, and a 12-acre rustic wonderland waiting to be explored. Man’s best friend must comply with the rules and stay on a leash, and woofer guardians are required to carry litter bags and clean up their waste. Your princess or prince pooch is expected to be courteous to other dogs and guests.
During the season, ultra-friendly hosts bring in local bands for a rollicking good time around an open campfire where campers make new life-long friends. Triple Creek is near a highway with a little road noise, but not enough to deter guests from enjoying the grandeur of this quaint, countryside campground.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is only an 8-mile trek, lifting the veil on a true wonder of this earth where you are welcomed by a sphere of breathtaking views and areas you can walk your dog on a leash no longer than six feet.
Enjoy a relaxing stay at this tidy Tennessee campground where bookings are always preferred, especially in the summer and holidays.