Greenbrier Campground TN is surrounded by the Little Pigeon River and offer RV sites, tent camping, RV rentals, cabins, and bell tents. Located only 6 miles from downtown Gatlinburg and 8 miles from the entrance to the GSMNP, we are convenient to all area attractions.
Stayed here it was crowded but clean and nice close to everything
Have stayed here multiple times. Was supposed to stay here until camper fire the day before! I called and full refund no issues!!! Very reassuring! Lots to do for everyone! Keep an eye on the kids in the swimming hole! But they LOVE it!
Great campground with lots of amenities. Beautiful individual bathrooms with big showers, playground, corn hole, basketball half court, pool table under outdoor pavilion, heaters, gas grills, fenced in dog park, Sunday services, farmers market one night a week, trolley stop that goes into Gatlinburg, laundry facilities, small beach with swimming in Little Pigeon River, can tube from one end to the beach area, and a store with ice and wood sales. They have waterfront sites for RVs and tents. The newer “loop” has much wider sites, brand new bath house and a separate beach area. Both beaches can be used by anyone. WiFi is pretty good but cell service is sketchy. There is a Food City about 4 miles away but the little store right before you turn off 321 to go to the campground has a lot of camp gear, RV gear, food, seasonal, etc. Nice man was very appreciative of our purchase. Overall, I’d go again and stay here.
The Gatlinburg area is right at the Smoky Mountain National Park. Plenty of hiking, sightseeing, waterfalls, history, and scenery to see! We saw bear cubs along Roaring Forks drive. Cades Cove is a great day trip and bears can be seen there too. Greenbrier is right outside the campground off 321 just over the little bridge going toward town. There’s a little sign but you could easily miss it. The best parts were Clingmans Dome, highest point in TN, and going to Anakeesta. Buy a guidebook at the Sugarland Visitor Center so you don’t miss any of the beautiful hiking trails.
We enjoyed our visit. Some sites are small and some are big. Nice and quiet place to relax after a trip to Gatlinburg. You can rent golf carts to ride around the park. Nice playground for the kids and they also have horseshoes and cornhole boards. You can buy tubes to float down the river and get out at their beach area. The bath house is great. It has 8 locking rooms with a sink shower and toilet. There’s a little store up the road that has some supplies if you forgot it and the campground store doesn’t have it.
Had a great 4 days here at Greenbrier. Sites are a little cramped but they did a nice job separating with trees and such. Location is perfect with tons of stuff to do within very short drives. Great place for kids as well as there is plenty for them to do. Bathrooms and showers were numerous and clean AND air conditioned. Cable and WiFi were added bonuses. Will definitely be returning.
There's a great watering hole nearby that's perfect for a mid summer dip
A little too wide open for my taste and a bright light on a pole blared in my face all night, maybe the light should go off or dim at a certain time. Overall, a nice spot to sleep for the night before getting into Nashville
We stayed here over Christmas time in a 20' travel trailer. Very clean with heated bathrooms washing machines and other amenities. The sound of the rushing river is a plus.
Super nice facilities and staff. Awesome creeks and beach area. Great camp store with lots of items in stock. Most sites back up to one of the two creeks and are well shaded. Greta multi use areas.
This place has everything you can think of! Grills and outdoor sinks/counters for tenters, laundry, store, swimming hole, pool table, outdoor dining for large families & play structure. The staff was friendly and the area was clean & well groomed. The sites for campers were narrow and felt congested, but that was the only downside.