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This is a wonderful, wild, green and well-treed campsite.
We were close to a bathroom and loved our experience.
It is removed a bit from most parts of the park and there's a lot of driving involved going back in forth but I say it's...More
Each site has flat tent pads a fire ring and picnic tables. Where we camped a tree had fallen and the park service had cut it up into usable lengths of firewood which was nice. Restrooms could have been cleaner. It was a bit surprising...More
Very nice getaway. Cabin in Cosby. Cabin called ‘ Home sweet Home’. 2 BR, 2BA. Very small but very nice.
Pet friendly with extra fees. Ice cabin. Needs landscaping.
Loved it. Stayed 2 nights. Have AC unit. Rustic. Loved the area. Will be back.
Always a memorable visit to Cosby Creek in the GSMNP. Creek bed always has many opportunities for different types of images. Our favorites are the small nooks and crannies in the stream photographed with slow shutter speeds and large depth of field
A great location to get away from city traffic and congestion, this Smokey Mountains National Park campground has campsites for all types of vehicles and tents. Good news is that the sites are big enough to give you some space between neighbors, but close enough...More
There isn't an owner for Cosby Campground, It is part of a national forest. There are campground hosts, but I don't think there are any sites available year round. The host that was there when I camped was kind and... More
There isn't an owner for Cosby Campground, It is part of a national forest. There are campground hosts, but I don't think there are any sites available year round. The host that was there when I camped was kind and gracious. I am sorry for your treatment. If he was the campground host, they need to find someone else ! I would be suspicious of an ad placed on craig's list. All reservations are handled through the National park system.