The National Park Service maintains 10 developed campgrounds in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Campgrounds have restrooms with cold running water and flush toilets. Individual campsites have fire grates and picnic tables. There are no showers or electrical or water hookups in the park.

name# of siteselevationfee2017 open / close dates
Abrams Creek161,125'$145/26 - 10/9
Balsam Mountain465,310'$145/26 - 10/9
Big Creek121,700'$144/14- 10/29
Cades Cove1591,807'$17-$20Year Round
Cataloochee *272,610'$204/7 - 10/29
Cosby1752,459'$144/14- 10/29
Deep Creek1081,800'$174/14- 10/29
Elkmont2202,150'$17-$233/10 - 11/26
Look Rock922,600'$14closed
Smokemont1402,198'$17-$20Year Round
* Advance reservations are required for the entire season.