Caney Creek Village

Address: 5859 Highway 360, Tellico Plains, Tennessee, 37385, United States | Campground
 
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This campground is located on 5859 Highway 360, Tellico Plains.
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    Travel Blogs from Tellico Plains

    Left my heart in the Smokies.

    A travel blog entry by alwaysastory on Jun 29, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... ever wanted to go back there. She does hiking with children and all sorts of things. The next morning we had our last breakfast and unexpectedly were given a lovely speech by both of them at the dinner table saying how they had both loved our company and wished us a safe and enjoyable journey in the future (think I nearly cried at the breakfast table) but they were so humble. They saw us off at the door and asked us to keep in touch over Facebook/email and that we were ...

    On our way.

    A travel blog entry by geolis07 on Jun 27, 2015

    Our group: Lisa, George, Eric, Brian, Eddie and Ryan
    We wanted to leave by 8 and actually got on the road somewhere between 7:30 and 8. According to Googlemaps and our GPS it was supposed to be just over 10 hours. It rained, heavily at times, and with the trailer it took us about 13 hours including an hour stop for lunch at Chili's just before the Virginia border. We arrived at ...

    A Day in Cades Cove

    A travel blog entry by gauke on Apr 14, 2015

    2 photos

    ... adding to the depth of the beauty. After a brief bathroom stop we entered the 11 mile one-way loop known as Cades Cove. As was the drive from Gatlinburg the scenery was absolutely beautiful.

    Our first stop was the John Oliver Place, a one room house built in the 1820's. Parents, infants and daughters slept on the first floor and sons slept in the loft. The stone chimney is held together with mud mortar as were the chinks of open ...

    A Hiker By Any Other Name Stinks Just As Much

    A travel blog entry by jwatson on Apr 04, 2015

    24 photos

    ... the bat, as if the trail from yesterday was reminding us there was still more to come. Then later there was a section called "Jacob's Ladder." You can imagine how much fun it was climbing that from the name. I won't say much about that other than that it went up 600 feet in .6 miles. And then, calamity struck! I got my first blister!
    I didn't even notice until I got to camp and took off my shoes, but I have one right on my heel. I was very disappointed. And annoyingly, it's ...

    The Ups and Downs of North Carolina (165.9 miles)

    A travel blog entry by hgarner11 on Mar 18, 2015

    19 photos

    If there was a competition between North Carolina and Georgia, then North Carolina would be the winner hands down. The weather has been pretty great for the most part and the views are incredible. The climbs and elevation change don't seem to be nearly as bad either, but that may just be because I'm becoming more accustomed to backpacking every day. Well...every part of my body is growing accustomed except ...