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All towables

Trailer

Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.

Fifth-Wheel

Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

Utility Trailer

All other types of towable trailers.

All drivables

Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.

Other

All other types of drivable vehicles.

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Tennessee is the perfect state for combining the refreshment of outdoor adventure with the comfort of homestyle living, and this is why you chose to go camping with an RV to begin with. With this in mind, consider booking your next vacation at Greenbrier Campground, This family-friendly RV park is located on the Little Pigeon River where you can fish or swim, but it's also close enough to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park to go hiking, mountain bike riding, or horseback riding. Each site has full hookups, and some of them are wooded or have pull-through access. You can spend your evenings enjoying your site's campfire or head into nearby Gatlinburg to enjoy the urban attractions such as restaurants and bars.

Once you've had a good night's rest, it's time to begin. Jump behind the wheel of your rental RV and head out onto the highways. Driving an RV is a unique experience, one that everyone should enjoy at least once. You can start by taking a short drive and stopping in Dollywood. If this isn't quite enough adrenaline to satisfy you, you can go whitewater rafting in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. If you're out on a hike, keep an eye out for one of the many waterfalls within the park's borders. Don't forget to bring along your camera because there are a wide variety of tree types and wildflowers that combine to create a kaleidoscope of natural images you might not find anywhere else.

The Great Outdoors

Search for an RV in Sevier County, and you are one step closer to a dream vacation that will stay with you long after it's over. Begin your dream in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which has numerous artifacts signifying the Appalachian Mountain culture that used to exist here. Cades Cove is a wide and deep green valley ringed by mountains; it's home to white-tailed deer, black bears, raccoons, skunks, and many other wildlife species. It's a popular destination with tourists for this reason and one other: it has a ring road that allows you to take a driving tour of the park in your RV rental. You can get a booklet at the park entrance that will allow you to take a self-guided tour of the park and understand what you're seeing.

Harmon Den Wildlife Management Area is a good destination for hiking and horseback riding; you can also camp here anywhere along the gravel roads, with the exception of Cold Springs Road where you must watch for signs indicating camping is allowed. Fishing and hunting are allowed; the cold mountain streams offer great trout fishing, but a state license is required. A state license is also required to hunt for bear and deer, but certain areas with Harmon Den are restricted and hunting for bears is not allowed. Hunting for grouse and turkey is allowed, and a license is required for these as well.

Nantahala National Forest is a multi-use outdoor area providing recreational opportunities for the public, timber resources, and watershed protection. The name of the park is taken from the Cherokee word “Nantahala,” which means “land of the noonday sun.” One of the park's most significant features is the density of its tree stands; the canopy of the trees blocks out the sun at the forest floor until noon, meaning hikers can enjoy the perpetual shade for most of the day. You can also mountain bike on the trails, and off-road vehicles such as motorbikes also use the trails, so you should be aware if there are vehicles there at the same time.

Exploring The Area

When it's time to come in out of the heat, start your urban adventures by heading to Maryville. This quaint little community has a speedway where you can observe dirt car races while enjoying large portions of snacks from the food vendors. If you like history, there is a historical schoolhouse with a gift shop and picnic area, plus a larger area that can be rented out for special events. There are vineyards and breweries where you can relax and sample the products, plus a theater and a mall where you can get some shopping in.

Seymour is a smallish town with a nine-hole golf course that has a challenging layout, including creeks and ponds; it also has a driving range and putting area where you can practice. The town has a paintball course with friendly and knowledgeable staff who can answer your questions and offer repairs if you happen to bring your own equipment and run into technical difficulties. If you feel yourself starting to get hungry, Seymour has you covered. There is an assortment of reasonably priced venues on hand just waiting for you to show up. One of the locally owned and operated pizzerias is open for lunch and dinner and serves calzones and other items in addition to their pizza. If you dine here, be sure to try the fried pickles appetizer.

Enjoying the great outdoors while camping in comfort is what motorhome camping is all about, and Greenbrier Campground in Tennessee is here to make sure you get exactly what you're looking for.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Injun Creek Loop Trail, NCGreat Smoky Mountains National Park, NC
  • Grapeyard Ridge Trail, NCGreat Smoky Mountains National Park, NC
  • Old Settlers Trail, NCGreat Smoky Mountains National Park, NC
  • Porters Creek Trail, NCGreat Smoky Mountains National Park, NC
  • Brushy Mountain Trail, NCGreat Smoky Mountains National Park, NC
  • Ramsay Cascades Trail, NCGreat Smoky Mountains National Park, NC
  • Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail - Great Smoky Mountain, NCGreat Smoky Mountains National Park, NC
  • Grotto Falls Trail, NCGreat Smoky Mountains National Park, NC
  • Mount Leconte via Trillium Gap Loop Trail, NCGreat Smoky Mountains National Park, NC
  • Newfound Gap Road: Gatlinburg to Cherokee, TNGatlinburg, TN

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