Your Own Slice of Heaven

Imagine starting each day surrounded by breathtaking beauty, and ending with nature’s sweet symphony serenading you to sleep. The real, wild outdoors of Unicoi County, Tennessee provide this exact kind of heaven on earth, and you won’t want to miss a single second of the experience. Tucked against gorgeous mountain ranges, our communities offer thriving RV and camping hospitality options.


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Stay In An Outdoor Utopia

Kick back and relax where the shimmer of stars blends with the twinkle of fireflies. With over 160 RV parks and campgrounds in Unicoi County and the surrounding region, there are plenty of places to enjoy everything our great outdoors have to offer.

Whether you’re venturing into the Cherokee National Forest to stake your tent, or parking your RV along the rushing Nolichucky River, there’s a perfect spot for rest and relaxation just waiting for your arrival.

Reminiscing about the fun you had at summer camp as a kid? Consider dropping anchor at Nolichucky Gorge Campground and Cabins. This dog-friendly campground gives you immediate access to thousands of forested acres, eight miles of the Nolichucky River’s class three and four whitewater rapids, a pond, community fire pit, snack bar and bathhouse. With open campsites, RV camping, rustic and refined cabins, and a bunkhouse, there are plenty of accommodation options to customize your vacation experience.

Ready to roll up your sleeves and head to the backcountry? Then a visit to Rocky Fork State Park is in order. Positioned next to the Cherokee National Forest, in the Blue Ridge region of the Appalachian Mountains, Rocky Fork is near the Appalachian Trail. With three primitive campsites reached by hiking, this is an excellent option for anyone looking to escape the hustle and leave the world behind for a few days.

Quieter, more relaxed camping experiences also abound in Unicoi County. Family-owned and operated Woodsmoke Campground is a great spot for anyone looking to park their RV or set up a tent. This quiet, shaded, pet-friendly campground provides a relaxing atmosphere and offers respite from the summer heat. Here you can enjoy access to a mountain stream, bath house with outdoor sink for washing dishes, free WiFi, picnic sites, full RV hook-ups, level campsites, and more. And for anyone definitely planning on RV camping, North Indian Creek Campground caters exclusively to RV campers with 22 sites and full hook-ups in a relaxed mountain setting.

The majestic Nolichucky River is the perfect playground to cool off from the summer heat. Find your ideal speed with rapids at the head that widen to a lazy river.
Breathtaking vistas, heart pumping climbs, stunning waterfalls, and tranquil moments await when you take a hike in Unicoi County’s real, wild forests.
While you may struggle to tear yourself away from our great outdoors, we highly recommend a trip into town for a delicious treat and local souvenir shopping.
Tucked at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Unicoi County is rich in personality and offers a vibrant outdoor lifestyle. Learn more about this special spot of the county.
Whether you’re staying in Unicoi County or exploring the surrounding region, the Cherokee National Forest has a variety of camping options to explore.
This page has mentioned just a few of the numerous campgrounds you’ll find in Unicoi County and the surrounding region. Learn more about these and others!
Get your heart pumping as you explore 2,076 acres of real, wild land. With rock climbing, fishing, hiking, and biking, there’s more than enough to keep you inspired by our great outdoors.
Get away from the hustle and bustle, and retreat into the forest to discover a cool mountain paradise with all the camping amenities needed for the perfect outdoor experience.