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Walden Creek Campground – Sweetest lil’ campground in the Smokies

Walden Creek Campground - Sweetest lil' campground in the Smokies
  • Editor Rating

  • Rated 4 stars
$19 to $38
  • 80%


When looking for an RV park near a touristy area the choices can be overwhelming. We stumbled upon this gem through Passport America and were more than happy with our choice. It is located less than eight miles from Great Smoky Mountains National Park and just minutes away from everything that Pigeon Forge has to offer,

Waldens Creek is nestled in a perfect location. When you aren't busy exploring the Smokies or walking the streets of downtown Gatlinburg, you can kick your feet up and watch the wildlife by the creek at one of the campgrounds water overlooks. There are even a few cabin rentals and tent sites right on the creek if you have extra guests traveling with you.

You won't be disappointed if you choose to enjoy your Smoky Mountain trip from this campground.

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  • Quiet, relaxed campground.
  • Extremely friendly staff willing to help you get in your spot or offer assistance with anything else you may need
  • Fast, reliable FREE Wi-Fi that works right at the site
  • Free cable at site
  • Level, gravel sites (back in and pull-through available)
  • 30- and 50-amp updated pedestals with water and sewer hook ups
  • Minutes from Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and Great Smoky Mountains National Park
  • Quaint table and chairs at each site
  • Cement patio keeps your site dirt free
  • Passport America campground (unlimited nights) that takes advanced reservations
  • Pigeon Forge Shuttle Stop is right at the campground. Great for days you don’t feel like driving into town.
  • Accepts mail and packages and will even deliver to your site.
  • Creek overlooks allow for peaceful morning and evening wildlife watching and opportunities to feed the campground ducks.
  • Dog run across the bridge which keeps droppings away from campground area.
  • Well maintained grounds


  • Limited spots in park makes reservations harder to get in peak season
  • Spots are tight together but there is plenty of room for big rigs, slide outs and awnings.

About Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is the editor of Let's RV and the editor of RV Daily Report. A Wisconsin native and father of three grown daughters, he is now based out of Arizona and travels the country in his Winnebago Adventurer motorhome interviewing industry professionals and interesting RVers alike. He can be reached at

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