1. Townsend, TN

    Tremont Outdoor RV resort

    Very nice campground in Cades Cove area of Smoky Mountain NP. Campground was clean, had excellent amenities and reasonable price during off season. Weather in early to mid November was very nice, even reaching 70 a few days. Very convenient to Smoky Mountain NP, especially the Cades Cove area. Also Pidgeon Forge and Sevierville. Gatlinburg and Cherokee not too far away either.

  2. Old Stone Fort Archelogical State Park
    This is a very interesting park with trails and facilities. The Old Stone Fort was built during the Middle Woodland Period, 1,500-2,000 years ago. Native Americans used this area continuously for about 500 years. There is a beautiful river running through it. When camping the first (bath room only)house doesn't have showers but the second bath house does so you might want to get closer to the second one.

    Stone Fort State Archaeological Park directly at 931-723-5073.