ABOUT OUR SMOKY MOUNTAIN RV RESORT
Large Green Areas
RESORT RESTAURANT: THE SHAKE 'N DOG
THE SHAKE 'N DOG CAMPGROUND RESTAURANT NOW OPEN!
All campers and their guests receive FREE COFFEE DAILY AND 10% DISCOUNT!
Open 7 days a week, 7 AM - 7 PM
Kitchen is run by an executive chef with 20 years of experience and a sous chef from New York City. We have many wonderful things not on the menu and specials daily - spinach wraps, homemade desserts, and more!
Picnic tables available for outside seating in a beautiful area with amazing views here at the campground!
PRIVATE PARTY / EVENT SPACE RENTAL
PERFECT FOR FAMILY REUNIONS, PRIVATE PARTIES, WEDDING RECEPTIONS AND MORE!
Private Party Venue, Bartender and Entertainment!
About our Event Space Rental:
Can seat 40+ people! Grand piano and sound system, 8 Big Screen TVs, adjacent to kitchen with Catering available. Bartender is available for setups and entertainment can be provided, Nashville Bands and Elvis impersonator. Adjacent to SMNP, housing available. Excellent Venue, beautiful, ample parking. Inquire for special arrangements.
only 6 miles away!
Dollywood is a theme park owned by entertainer Dolly Parton. The Appalachian-themed park consists of rides, an adjoining water park, and a museum of her costumes and memorabilia.
only 15 minutes away!
Gatlinburg is known as a gateway to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Many of its key attractions offer sweeping views of the 407ft Space Needle Observation Tower and the Sky Lift, a 2.1-mile aerial cable car.
only 6 miles away!
Pigeon Forge, a mountain town and vacation area in eastern Tennessee, is the home of Dollywood. The city’s other family-friendly attractions include country music revues, magic shows, dinner theaters, and outlet malls.
only 1 mile away!
Great Smoky Mountains National Park consists of lush forests and an abundance of wildflowers that bloom year-round. Streams, rivers, and waterfalls appear along hiking routes that include a segment of the Appalachian Trail.
amazing theme park in Gatlinburg
Anakeesta creates a unique outdoor experience by immersing guests of all ages in the beauty and adventure of the great outdoors! Experience a stroll along the 16 bridge Treetop Skywalk with over 800′ of connected bridges hanging 50-60′ in the air, visit the AnaVista Tower observation tower with 360⁰ views of the smoky mountains, and more!
secret entrance right from our campground!
Cades Cove is the most visited area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Cades Cove has awe-inspiring forests filled with trails exploring Abrams Falls, a picturesque waterfall with a 20-foot drop to a pool and stream below located on Abrams Creek. Take a nature trail hike to encounter the tranquility of the mountains and an array of photo opportunities along the way.
Sometime after the war, Alfred Line (1831–1897) established a farm at the base of Roundtop Mountain, near the southern half of Wear Cove. Line Spring, a clear mountain spring that flows down from the slopes of Roundtop, gave its name to a small recreational area that developed in this part of the cove. In the 1880s and 1890s, mineral-rich mountain springs were thought to have health-restoring qualities and provided an early form of tourism for the mountain regions. In 1910, D.B. Lawson, the son of a circuit rider who had purchased the Line farm, constructed the Line Spring Hotel. The hotel boosted the valley's economy by providing a market for local farmers.
Our 12 acres at The Appalachian RV Resort is part of the original Line Creek farm and the creek flows through the middle of our resort!