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We have researched all six campgrounds inside Great Smoky Mountain National Park and this is the very best of them all. The campsites are 3 times the size as all the other campgrounds here, it has more bathrooms with dishwashing stations than the others. There...More
Campsites are well space in a fully wooded area. Each site has a raised level tent platform filled with raked cinders. The picnic tables are large. Fire rings with grates. No water or showers. Immaculate bathrooms. Hiking trails lead from the campground. A wonderful creek...More
We arrived about 8pm on July 4, 2017. The entry was not staffed at that hour, but they had left our campsite info and tag on a bulletin board outside, which was convenient. There were several restrooms but no showers that we could find, so...More
Quality hikes, one a short distance to a waterfall as well as great creek views as well as many butterflies and daily turkey sightings. Only complaint is that there aren't hot showers on premises. But there is one just a few minutes away.
The Cosby Campground is one of the nicest and least crowded of the campgrounds in the national park, especially compared to the nearby Greenbrier which is just off hwy 321. It is open seasonally (April 10- Oct. 31) and is far enough away from Gatlinburg...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.