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The historic town of Greeneville is situated in northern Tennessee, between Asheville and Kingsport. Greeneville is known as one of the oldest towns in Tennessee as it was founded in the 1780s and named after the Revolutionary War hero Nathanael Greene.

The county is known for being the birthplace of Davy Crockett, the famous pioneer who died during the battle of the Alamo. Another famous resident was former president Andrew Johnson, who started his political legacy in Greeneville and is now buried there. With its long history and nearby mountains and forests, there are plenty of reasons to book an RV in Greeneville.

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The Great Outdoors

One of the most famous state parks in the area is the David Crockett Birthplace State Park. This slice of American history is a must-see when you book a camper rental in Greenville, TN, and the park comes complete with a re-creation of the wood cabin in which Davy Crockett was born, with volunteers dressed up to make you feel like you're back in the 1800s. The park is as historic as it is beautiful. There's plenty to explore here too, with hiking trails full of wildflowers and wildlife, as well as opportunities to go fishing and swimming in the public pool.

If you venture away from the city when you rent an RV in Greeneville, there are a lot of exciting parks to see, many of which involve forests and mountains. One nearby option is Harmon Den Wildlife Management Area. The ideal location to go if you're looking for a long hike accompanied by mountain streams and woodland, this park contains over 50 miles of trails. These trails are split in three, with easy, moderate, and hard difficulty levels, meaning there should be a trail for everyone. There are also recreation activities including trout fishing, big game hunting, and birdwatching.

With the Appalachian Mountains just around the corner, there are a lot of breathtaking sights to see when you rent a motorhome in Greeneville. Another impressive part of nature worth visiting is Mount Mitchell. Within Pisgah National Forest, Mount Mitchell stands at over 6,500 feet tall and is easily accessible, allowing visitors to experience amazing panoramic views across Tennessee and North Carolina. There's even a museum highlighting the mountain's beauty and importance, as well as short hiking trails which lead up to its peak.

RV Parks

There a few camping options when you book a motorhome rental in Greeneville, Tennessee. One good example located just outside the town is Riverpark Campground in nearby Jonesborough. This small campground comes with just under 40 sites, each of which has full hookups. This campground is spacious too, with room for big rigs as well as room for slide-out campers. You won't have to leave the camp for much either, as groceries and other amenities can be found on site. There are also some recreational opportunities, including fishing and swimming in the Nolichucky River.

Another campground to consider when you rent an RV in Greeneville is Lazy Llama Campground. This campground is located within Greenville city limits and provides roughly 30 gravel campsites that provide full hookups for your Greeneville travel trailer rental with space for big rigs and slide outs. Basic amenities are covered on-site. And you might even spot a llama or two.

Exploring the City

Greeneville is a fair size, so everything you need should be contained within the town. However, cities such as Johnson City are nearby if you want a change of scenery. One of the biggest reasons people visit Greeneville is its association with Andrew Johnson, with many flocking to the town to visit the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site. There is a visitor's center, homestead, and cemetery, all of which are worth visiting. Visitors can book guided tours of Andrew Johnson's homestead which contains artifacts and a glimpse into the house where Andrew Johnson lived, and insight into his family history.

Alternatively, you might consider planning a trip to the City Garage Car Museum instead. The ideal destination for any gearhead, this museum was originally a car dealership before it was renovated into a museum to display historic motor vehicles. This collection contains many original signs and dealer plates, as well as rare intact cars including a 1981 Delorean and 1931 Cadillac Sedan.

Another museum worth visiting when you book a camper rental in Greeneville is the Greene County History Museum. The perfect place to get a rundown of the county's history, this highly respected museum contains a huge range of exhibits stretching from an original 1917 American La France fire engine to the Babb homestead, one of the first structures built in Greeneville circa 1787. There are also information and artifacts from the town's wartime history as well as information about some of its most famous residents including Andrew Johnson and Davy Crockett.

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