Make your Gatlinburg getaway even more memorable with adventurous lodging to fulfill your Airstream dreams or glamping ambitions. Whether you’re seeking a rustic, upscale or zany vibe – you will find it here. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite stays, popular with guests for novelty, comfort and mountain-home feels.


Novelty Abounds at Camp LeConte

For unique (or traditional) lodging options, it’s hard to beat the accommodations at Camp LeConte. With gorgeous views of Mount LeConte, stays here are nothing short of immersive. Head up to Raccoon Ridge to sleep high above the ground in a luxury treehouse – or go to Black Bear Bottoms to set up camp in a safari tent. For the feel of hitting the road in high style, Camp LeConte’s two 1961 Shasta retro campers are as cute – and cool – as they come.


Escape to Treehouse Grove

Childhood dreams meet grown-up comforts at Treehouse Grove. With eight luxurious treetop suites designed by “Treehouse Master” Pete Nelson, this destination is sure to spark a sense of wonder in kids of all ages. Secluded in nature, yet convenient to area attractions, Treehouse Grove offers the perfect mix of a mountain getaway and modern amenities. Leave your troubles behind and find your serenity high above Gatlinburg, where heavenly views and memorable moments are plentiful. 


Legacy Lives at Gatlinburg Inn

Established in 1937, The Historic Gatlinburg Inn has long been a hub for visitors and locals alike. Step into history, where once-frequent guest Liberace vacationed and Lady Bird Johnson stayed. Creative inspiration abounds, with Boudleaux and Felice Bryant penning “Rocky Top” in Room 388 and Ingrid Bergman and Anthony Quinn filming 1970’s “A Walk in the Spring Rain” onsite. Still family-owned and run, Gatlinburg Inn is a place you can count on for comfort and memories, year after year. 


Tipi Dreams at Greenbrier

Whether you’re visiting solo or with a group, the tipi village at Greenbrier Campground offers a Native American lodging experience for your Gatlinburg getaway. Featuring three large, well-furnished tipis, the village is tucked away from other campers. With beds to sleep a family of four, each tipi is outfitted with AC and heat, outdoor seating and a picnic table. Bring your own towels and linens for a true campsite experience, with nearby amenities including a common bathhouse.