Full & Partial RV Hookups in the Smoky Mountains
8 Full Hookups • Access to Bathhouse with Shower • Cafe and Stables On Site
Bring your rig and camp in our beautiful secluded mountain paradise. There are eight full hookups, as well as plenty of areas to park and camp with access to water and electric nearby. Guests have access to a beautiful men’s and women’s bath house with hot showers. Great for Great for Large Groups, Youth Groups, Camps, Family Reunions, Horse Clubs, Clinics, etc.
Come stay within reach of endless trails and opportunities to explore the beautiful Smoky Mountains of eastern Tennessee!
- Access to Hummingbird Bathhouse and Water
Guests in our primitive campsites enjoy access to a well-kept men’s and women’s bath house complete with hot showers, as well as water spigots located in the hollow.
- Great for Groups
Our tent camping area is perfect for group events like youth groups, family reunions, horse clubs, nature clubs, yoga retreats, wellness retreats, and much more.
- Easy Trail Access
Our campsites are located near trail heads so you can wake up and hit the Cherokee National Forest trails right away! One trail goes up to the Meadow Creek Fire tower overlooking the ranch, then goes down the other side of the mountain to the Burnett Gap.
- Enjoy Our Amenities
Campers can enjoy the cafe close to the main lodge, make use of our horse facilities if travelling with an equine friend, or book a guided trail ride at the stables.
We’re Here to Help During Your Stay
Guests can come sit with us on the store porch for a spell. If you are looking to explore the surrounding Tennessee areas, one of our staff will gladly direct you to the many nearby touring attractions. We often feature horse activities at the Ranch and Guests are welcome to observe. Educational programs can be provided for those interested in a full horse experience.
We’re located at the foot of the Cherokee Mountains in the East Tennessee countryside. Lot’s of wild edibles if you know who to ask such as blueberries, black raspberries, nut trees, and chicory. It stays cooler up here than down in Greeneville, and we get magnificent cool winds. Sometimes when it’s been raining the clouds will flow over the mountain like water. We also have our fare share of wildlife- plenty of rabbits, the occasional deer, raccoons, foxes, turkeys, killdeer, cardinals, bluebirds, hummingbirds, Canadian geese, various hawks and birds of prey, whippoorwill, doves, swifts, woodpeckers, and many more. We also have free ranging cats, all fixed, spayed, and vaccinated. Also friendly!
Other Things to Note
There is a trail that leads to the top of the mountain to the fire tower outlook. Good for hikers or horseback riders. There is also a separate road for cars. There is also a road/trail that goes down the other side of the Mountain to the Burnett Gap area.
Late check in is available for an added 25$ per hour after 10pm.