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RV Site Report: Smoker Holler RV Resort, Townsend, TN

Escape the hustle and congestion of the Great Smoky Mountains resort towns by staying at Smoker Holler RV Resort near Townsend, Tennessee.

Highlights: With easy access to Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the amenties of Townsend, TN, Smoker Holler RV Resort offers a convenient, off-the-beaten path location for your base camp while exploring the park and area sights. Why the strange name? "Smoker" comes from the reputation of the owners' grandfather as a smoker of meats. And "Holler" is how the folks there say "hollow," which means a small valley between mountains.

Location: Smoker Holler RV Resort is on U.S. Highway 321, at 4119 Wears Valley Road, four miles from Townsend and 11 miles from Pigon Forge.

Amenities:
Full hookups
Gravel site pads, with picnic table and grassy area
9 of 33 sites are pull-through
Accommodates up to 50-foot long rigs
Well-maintained individual shower bathrooms
Internet
Countryside setting

Things to consider: Smoker Holler is located off a narrow, windy road. The location is ideal as a base camp for visiting area attractions if you have a tow vehicle.

Area attractions: Great Smoky National Park, Cades Cove, and the variety of entertainment options at Pigeon Forge, Gaitlinburg, and Sevierville, Tennessee.

For more information, visit Smoker Holler RV Resort.

How to get to Smoker Holler RV Resort from Denver, CO:
Take Interstate 70 east to St. Louis, MO; Interstate 64 east to Lexington, KY; Interstate 75 south to Knoxville, TN; U.S. Hwy. 129 south to U.S. Hwy 321; go east on U.S. Hwy 321 through Townsend and then north to Smoker Holler RV Resort.

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