Standard (tent/RV)
Cabins
Tent Cabin
Dispersed
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Yurts
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Little Arrow Outdoor Resort

Rich history with fresh adventure! Just steps away from the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Little Arrow invites you to take aim at adventure. Our cozy accommodations have been thoughtfully designed with perks like wood-burning fireplaces, plush bedding, and more to meet your unique needs! With RV Sites, Cabins, Glamping Tents, Tiny Homes, an Airstream, and a Vacation Home, escaping to your own wilderness retreat has never been easier! We're passionate about the mountains that surround us and strive to make the most of our stunning environment. From a swimming pool, easy river access, 24/7 coffee lounge, a club house, hiking trail, and exciting activities onsite, your visit will be full of adventure!

Price
$60.00 - $185.00
Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Hike In
Boat 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
Little Arrow Outdoor Resort is located in Tennessee
Latitude
35.6706 N
Longitude
-83.7172 W
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7 Reviews of Little Arrow Outdoor Resort
Great place in Townsend

Great little campground in Townsend TN. Owners seem to be great folks also. It's close enough to Cade's cove, and has showers, which is a requirement my wife has.

Spring Break 2019

Stayed in a tiny home with my family for Spring Break. Can’t wait to go back.

Little arrow outdoor resort

Little arrow outdoor resort was an awesome Campground. we really enjoyed our time there, the staff was great very friendly. There was a lot to do there for everyone in the family.

Love This Place!

This place is amazing! Great place for kids, so much to do

One of our favorites !

We love this place! It’s right outside one of the entrances to the Great Smoky Mountains and about 20 minutes from Cades Cove. The town of Townsend is super cute with lots of shops, a winery, coffee shops, restaurants and shopping. We also enjoy the river rafting nearby. The actual campground is extremely clean, bathrooms are jaw dropping beautiful! They always have activities for kids and adults. Food trucks and coffee trucks are usually there. We always enjoy our stay here. It’s not secluded, it’s busy! But space between sites is pretty decent for a busy campground.

If Pottery Barn made a campground...

This is a BEAUTIFUL outdoor resort with five star amenities, truly. We have camped here as a tent camper, and in our camper. The sites are small and close together, but this is still one of my favorite places to camp. You don't feel like you're on top of one another. The grounds are well appointed, landscaped, and maintained. The playground is beautiful and the kids loved it. There is a community firepit with rocking chairs around it, and it looks like it came out of a Martha Stewart magazine. The bathrooms were FABULOUS. SERIOUSLY. I've never wanted to bathe I'm a campground bathroom before, but I do it out of necessity. Well these bathrooms were luxurious and modern and so SO clean. I gladly bathed in the showers here and felt so clean afterwards! Lol. The bathrooms are locked with a pinpad and the codes are given upon check-in so you know random people aren't walking in off of the highway or anything. There is a pool on site, but we stayed in the fall so we didn't get to use it. There are also cabins and yurts available and they look really nice! There is a coffee shop on site also, with a playroom for small kids, and nice comfy chairs to lounge in. The coffee comes from a local artisan coffee roasters up the road and it was so tasty. The owners live onsite and are present and interacting with the campers. They run the office and shop, they checked us in and sold us our firewood. One weekend we were there (Fall) they had a live band for entertainment, on a Saturday evening, and it was awesome. They also had a S'mores bar set up for the kiddos, so that was pretty cool. We spent a lot of time at the community firepit meeting people and having adult beverages. It was wonderful! The campground also offers free WiFi and cable so we hooked up our TV and tailgated (during football season) and had an awesome time.

First to Review
Used to be Tremont campground but under new ownership.

Expensive but worth it. The owners are going all out with this campground. Tiny homes, glamping tents, and cabins for rent. Then there are on river and off river RV sites. The on river rv sites have a gazebo over the picnic table. Great facilities that are only being made better.

It is right before the entrance to the Smoky Mountain National Park. Townsend is called the peaceful side of the Smoky Mountains.