Thursday, March 08, 2007

Smoky Mountains National Park Horse Camping

Camping in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is fun for the whole family, but camping with your own horse in the national park is an unforgettable experience.

Spring time in the Smokies means the opening of campgrounds where you can go camping with your horse in the Great Smoky Mountains national park and most of the campgrounds will be opening on April 1st.

Horse camping in thw Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The horse camps scheduled to open on April 1st are Anthony Creek NC, Big Creek, Cataloochee NC, and Towstring NC.

Unfortunately they are sill doing construction on the Straight Fork/Balsam Mountain Road so the Round Bottom campgrounds will remain closed until the construction is complete.

Reservations for horse camps can be made online at www.Recreation.Gov. The fee for your Horse is $20 per night except for Big Creek where it is $25 per night.

Horse camping information, rules and regulations for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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