Located within walking distance of restaurants and shopping, Hillbilly Campground is ideal for tourists who are looking for a basecamp for adventure. Although it is a small campground with limited amenities, it is well worth checking out. We have stayed at this campground many times. I'm not sure if tent camping is still allowed, but the first time we stayed there, it was in tents in the back behind the RVs. There was only room enough for two to three tents, but it was enough for us, and there was a picnic table. Since it was beside the creek, the sounds of the croaking frogs drowned out most of the road noise. Most recently, we stayed in a popup camper, which had water, electricity, and sewer. It is next to the main road going through Maggie Valley, but unless you are planning to stay around the campground all day, it won't bother you. The owners, Richard and Stacy, are fantastic. They are nice, and they keep the facilities clean. The bathrooms have always been clean every time I have been in them. There are also laundry facilities, and sometimes they have a "community" campfire. The main office is in their store called Maggie Country Store. They have basic necessities, and they have plenty of gifts and other items such as t-shirts, moccasins, etc. One of the best things about this campground is that it is within a forty-five minute drive to waterfalls, hiking, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Harrah's casino, the Cherokee Indian Museum, tubing, great trout fishing, and several other attractions. It does not have recreational amenities within the campground, but as I said, there are many attractions close by.