Standard (tent/RV)
Cabins
Tent Cabin
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Adventure Bound Campground Gatlinburg
Season
April 1st - November 1st
Price
$32.00 - $55.00
Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Adventure Bound Campground Gatlinburg is located in Tennessee
Latitude
35.7625 N
Longitude
-83.3152 W
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6 Reviews of Adventure Bound Campground Gatlinburg
Family Friendly Camping

This is a campground that definitely caters to families. Lots to do for the kids. Pool, waterslide, playground, fishing pond and other activities seasonally. Nice camp sites with full hookups available. My only complaint is the small amount of 50amp hookups. We have moved up in RV size from a pop up and find it hard to get a site for our new unit. Other than that, we highly recommend this resort.

Fun Fun Fun

We had a great time here! The sites are really close tho! Beautiful campgrounds with tons of things to keep the kids busy when you are at the site!

Very nice

It was a very nice campground. The weekend we were there, there was also large scout troops there so playground was very busy and loud. My son only got to go down the slide once. The layout was nice. Our site was nice and perfect for us. The fishing pond needs to be cleaned badly! We will be trying to go back again at some point.

Awesome campground

Great place to stay with a family, plenty to do for the kids and the staff is amazing. Take your fishing pole for the pond. Only downfall the pool is a little small for the size of the campground if you wanna swim get up there early. Other than that absolutely no complaints!!!

Great time for the entire family!

We spent four days camping creekside at Adventure Bound last Fall and had a great time! The staff was very friendly and attentive. The campsites were clean and well maintained. I would definitely recommend this campground!

First to Review
Family-friendly/tween-friendly outdoor resort

This is a large campground resort that offers cabins, spaces and hookups for RVs and travel trailers, and camping spots for tent camping. We have stayed here in a tent and in a camper so I can give a pretty good review as a camper here. The tent spaces were pretty large and very shaded and wooded. They offer electrical and water, and have a designated firepit and picnic table. We did not feel like we were on top of our neighbors at all, and with all the trees we were able to set up our hammocks easily. When we returned with our camper we still had a very wooded space,(although there are sections for larger RVs that are typical RV park spots that don't have much room or trees.) Our spot was on the river towards the back of the campground and felt secluded and was very shadedand and awesome. We were a little far from the pool, but still within walking distance, it was ok. The kids had room to play and explore and we were close to the playground, where many kids were playing, so my kids had a great time. The campground offers events on weekends, like pool parties and water balloon fights and scavenger hunts, and there is a gameroom on grounds for older kids. The pool is huge and there is a mountain waterslide and inflatables for the kids(and some grownups too) to enjoy. We loved camping here and felt that it was great for kids and tweens and teens. Probably not the best place if you want a quiet getaway though, lol. Also restrooms were okay, not the worst but not the best.