Tremont Outdoor Resort

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“On the Peaceful Side of the Smokies”

118 Stables Drive
Townsend, TN  37882

Tremont Website

Great Smoky Mountains National Park entrance signAt first I was attracted to this campground because it was less than a mile from the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the closest private campground to my newest obsession, Cades Cove. I loved how having a home base here means that on a spur of the moment whim I can head out of the Tremont driveway, be in the national park in less than a 1/2 mile, arrive at Cades Cove loop in another 7 miles, drive through to see the sunset, and still be home before dark. Then I get home and the same sounds of the running water greets me when I get home and I get to listen to it all night from my bedroom window. This is Tennessee heaven, I swear.

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Campground Overview

113 total sites in 3 loops

Campground details:  Loop ALoop B

Tremont Campground

This picture shows Loop B Sites 1-5.
All 34 sites (15 riverfront) in this loop have 30/50 amp full hookups.


Premier Cabins - Tremont Outdoor ResortThis picture shows the Premier Cabins.



Kid/Pet Friendly
Pool, playground, picnic pavilion, clubhouse, game room, laundry room



Best amenity – the Little River runs alongside the campground in both Loop A and Loop B.  Besides being great for relaxation and tubing, it is one of the top 100 trout streams in North America.

Official Best of Tennessee 2009


Malia’s 2 Cents:  Besides the beauty of the park itself being enough to just enjoy staying put here, the best thing is its location “On the Peaceful Side of the Mountain.”  This is definitely my preferred style of camping, especially for exploring the incomparable Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

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  • Curtis

    Tremont sounds like a wonderful place to stay! I’d have a hard time leaving a place with all those amenities that is such a natural setting!

    • You are so right – it’s like a voluntary Gilligan’s Island for me. An intended “three hour tour” has turned into months of fun exploring this glorious area from the best home base to see the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and so much more!

      • Curtis

        I’ve got some wonderful memories of NC from +40 years ago. That’s one area I hope to get back to again real soon!

        • As soon as I can tear myself away from the TN side, I’m really looking forward to exploring the GSMNP from NC side, too. My must-see list there is ever growing!

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