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Cosby Campground


Cosby Campground is a 165-site located in Great Smoky Mountains National Park and approximately 5 miles south of Cosby, Tennessee. Make reservations online during summer or fall or call 877-444-6777, toll free.
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Camping at Cosby Campground is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Number of Camp Sites: 157
Cost per night: $14
Camping Policies | Other Campgrounds

The campground is open April 10 - October 31.

Campsites include a fire ring with cooking grill and a picnic table; tent sites include a tent pad. Reasonable generator use is allowed. Only 20 sites are available by reservation -- the remaining sites are available on a first come, first served basis. This is a nice campground that tends to be underutilized due to its distance from tourist attractions in the Gatlinburg area. If you're looking for a peaceful place to camp in the park, this is a great option, especially when the more popular campgrounds fill up on holiday weekends. There are great hiking and fishing opportunities in the area.

Convenience stores and fuel are available in Cosby; medical facilites are 19 miles away in Newport, TN.

Services & Amenities:
• Amphitheater
• Comfort Station
• Dump Station
• Handicap Access
• Hiking Trail
• Horseback Riding
• Parking
• Picnic Tables
• Ranger Station
• Telephone

Mailing Address:
Cosby Campground
127 Cosby Park Road
Cosby, TN 37722

Phone: 423-487-2683

Directions: From Cosby, TN, proceed south on TN 32 about 1.5 miles south of the junction with US 321. Turn right at Cosby sign. Campground is another 2 miles.



 
 


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