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Maryville, Tennessee is located just 20 miles south of Knoxville in the far eastern reaches of the state. The town sits at the base of the western Great Smoky Mountains that dominate the border area between Tennessee and North Carolina.

Maryville is well known for being one of the few towns in the south to remain loyal to the Union throughout the duration of the Civil War. The area is historically significant for many different reasons and was even founded along the “Great Indian Warpath” that spanned across the entire eastern regions of what is now the United States. This incredible network of trails served as the highways for transport and travel so indigenous people could organize and trade with one another.

Besides its rich history, Maryville has become a popular destination to rent an RV due to its proximity to famous Tennessee attractions like Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the stunning mountain towns of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, and the world-famous Dollywood theme park. There is no shortage of exciting things to do when you decide to book an RV in Maryville, Tennessee.

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Explore the Outdoors

The ever-present Great Smoky Mountains loom large above the small town of Maryville, providing a constant reminder that adventure is at the gate and spectacular outdoor beauty is all around. Without leaving town, you’ll find a bevy of wonderful little public spaces and greenways that aid in the exploration of town while providing you peaceful recreation areas and places to relax. For instance, Pearson Springs and Sandy Springs Parks are bound together by the Maryville Alcoa Greenway in an effort to connect nearby towns. The two parks are just a few examples of the many parks, recreational fields and basketball courts where you can get some exercise or have a picnic.

If you head out of town in your Maryville camper rental with the intention of seeing some natural beauty, you are in luck. Beside Morris Lake and the Powell River, Chuck Swan State Forest is a lovely place to hike and see the magnificent trees towering above. Kayaking and canoeing are an option here and a great way to travel around the forest. Hunting is very popular here during the fall and winter seasons, too.

You can take your Maryville motorhome rental to the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area just a short drive from Chuck Swan State Forest to see one of the states most cherished recreation sites. The local creeks and rivers slowly carved the earth's crust away over millions of years, creating some spectacular natural land bridges, arches, and hoodoos, as well as countless other unique geological features.

Taking your Maryville RV rental to the south or east is another option where you can see some of the best national forests in the south. Nantahala National Forest is just over the border in neighboring North Carolina and is well worth the effort. “Nantahala” comes from the Cherokee word for “Land of the Noonday Sun”. The deep crevices, gorges, and jaw-dropping waterfalls are legendary in the region, as are the quality hiking trails and campgrounds in the wilderness areas. Cherokee National Forest and Pisgah National Forest are some other beautiful places to visit out by Asheville in North Carolina, with countless acres of gorgeous nature.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the centerpiece of Tennessee’s attractions and natural beauty, and is not to be missed when you rent an RV near Maryville, TN. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is part of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Appalachian Mountains. The park brings in over 11 million visitors per year, making it the most visited national park in the country by a wide margin. The park is peppered with breathtaking natural viewpoints and observation decks as well as historically significant sites.

City Sightseeing

While the great outdoors remains the most popular attraction in eastern Tennessee, there are some amazing things to do both in and around the town of Maryville when you decide to rent an RV. The beautiful old-time architecture from the settler days reminds visitors that the area is full of historical heritage and information. The Cades Cove Museum is held within the Thompson-Brown House and houses lots of artifacts and history while providing tours when open.

The Sam Houston Historic Schoolhouse is a small log cabin that was used by Sam Houston himself to teach people of all ages to better themselves through education. It is by far the oldest school in the state and was around when Tennessee was still just a territory. The Clover Hill Mill is yet another fascinating old building along the Baker Creek that was added to the National Register of Historic Places. The beautiful old grist mill demonstrates the type of building style that was popular 200 years ago.

In nearby Pigeon Forge, you can take your Maryville RV rental to Dollywood, the massive theme park named for singer Dolly Parton. The park brings in 2.5 million people annually to enjoy the thrill rides, take in some country music performances, and learn about the folklore and traditional arts and crafts of the Smoky Mountains region.

RV Parks to Visit

There are plenty of places to park overnight in the area when you book an RV rental by owner in Maryville. Little River Campground sits on the Little River. Mature trees on the grounds offer plenty of cover from the hot summer sun, while the park offers fun events and hayrides to keep people occupied throughout the summer season.

Southlake RV Park was built in 1982 to accommodate people attending the World Fair in Knoxville. This pet-friendly park has ample space to walk, with a refreshing pool and lakeside access. Whispering River Resort is another decent place to visit with your Maryville luxury motorhome rental. Riverfront peace and quiet with 40 acres of wilderness to explore are just two of the many reasons you might decide to stay longer than you originally planned.

There are a wide range of campgrounds in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, like Cades Cove Campground, with lots to do and see in the thick of things. Many other campgrounds in the area can be tried as well but not all accommodate recreational vehicles so be sure to check before heading there with the Maryville travel trailer rental.

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  • Gold Mine & Cane Creek Trails, NCGreat Smoky Mountains National Park, NC
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  • Little Mountain Trail to Hardwood Gap and Cockspur Knob , TNMaryville, TN
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