Abrams Creek Campground

Tallassee, Tennessee

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Campers don’t just stumble into this well-kept secret, hidden at the end of a gravel road off a meandering valley road. But those who find it make it worth their time. Located at the extreme western edge of the Smokies, Abrams Creek Campground may be off the beaten tourist path, but nearby there are plenty of footpaths, as well as a few other activities. Located in a wooded flat along a tranquil section of Abrams Creek, this intimate campground provides a relaxing setting not found in most national park campgrounds. The 16 sites are usually filled only on weekends and holidays.

Abrams Creek Campground Professional Review and Guide

"Campers don’t just stumble into this well-kept secret, hidden at the end of a gravel road off a meandering valley road. But those who find it make it worth their time.

Located at the extreme western edge of the Smokies, Abrams Creek Campground may be off the beaten tourist path, but nearby there are plenty of footpaths, as well as a few other activities. Located in a wooded flat along a tranquil section of Abrams Creek, this intimate campground provides a relaxing setting not found in most national park campgrounds. The 16 sites are usually filled only on weekends and holidays."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Tallassee
Campsites: 16
Season: Mid-May–mid-October
Additional Use: Boating, Fishing, Hiking
Features: Waterfalls
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: 423-436-1200 nps.gov/grsm
Fees per Night: $14
Facilities: Flush toilets, cold running water
Driving Directions: Directions to Abrams Creek Campground

Recent Trail Reviews

3/17/2010
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I went camping and hiking at Abrams Creek Campground opening week this year. It was a great time. The Campsite is nice, kinda small areas for each site, but we were able to set up 3 tents comfortably. We hiked the trail towards Abrams falls, but unfortunately forgot our map so we ended up going the wrong way. Still lots of fun though, the trails are pretty simple, with only a few spots that were difficult, mostly crossing streams. I definitely recommend this spot for those that are looking for a small peaceful campsite, with some good hiking. Abrams creek is quite lovely as well. Definitely worth stopping for a night if you are in the area.



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May 2018