Balsam Mountain Campground

107 Park Headquarters Road, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee, 37738, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 107 Park Headquarters Road, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, is near Cades Cove, Abrams Falls Trail, Chimney Tops, and Charlie's Bunion.
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    Travel Blogs from Great Smoky Mountains National Park

    Passports Arrive!

    A travel blog entry by mckee712 on Aug 11, 2014

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    Well it's the first day being temporarily unemployed. Feels weird knowing I won't be going back to the hospital to work. Got a lot accomplished. My passport arrived finally. We got the hitch installed and the trailer reserved. We got to spend the morning with sweet friends and their 12 horses and numerous cats. Had a blast feeding carrots and apples to the horses. I'm sure going to miss these wonderful ...

    Tennessee and North Carolina

    A travel blog entry by missyrodri on Aug 06, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... said that they will shoot you for "nuttin" hahahaheheh Then we checked into our campground. Deep creek tube and campground. Real cute and lots to do here! We are reminded though why we like state and national campgrounds though. They really pack them in private campgrounds and tend to be more loud. We are going exploring tomorrow in the mountains and going white water rafting! I'm kind of nervous so wish me and my boys ...

    Harrah's horrible service.

    A travel blog entry by hotelcritic on Aug 05, 2014

    My great grandmother and little seven year old brother got trapped in an elevator for one solid hour. Me and my mother were waiting for them and when they walked in they told us the story. They said that they called dispatch three times but no one came until one hour. The ...

    Day 7: Pigeon Forge is a kids' Vegas

    A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 19, 2014

    Day 7: Leaving. Wonderworks in Pigeon Forge. $23.99 adult, $14.99 kid = $75 (after $2 off coupon). Overnight stay in Sleep Inn Sevierville.

    Pigeon Forge is about a 20-30 mins from the entrance of the Smokies. But it took us over an hour to drive from the park to Pigeon Forge because it is bumper to bumper traffic. Worked out to do it on the way out. Stayed a night in Sevierville (2km from Wonderworks). ...

    Day 4: All about riding!

    A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 16, 2014

    ... the Forest was a very nice hike - a little challenging as there was a steady climb. The boys quit halfway through, claiming boredom, retracing their steps to the parking lot. We girls pushed on and enjoyed the walk. Sadly, I missed the giant trees somehow. I'm still not sure how I missed seeing them - maybe I missed a spur on the trail?

    After all this, we rejoined Phan and Thao at the motorcycle rental place and headed back for a bonfire at the cabin.
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