Anthony Creek Horse Camp Campground and Camping
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About the Campground
The Anthony Creek horse camp is located in the Cades Cove area of Great Smoky Mountains National Park and approximately 9 miles from Townsend, TN. Park horse camps have few amenities but offer access to miles of horse trails. Full service grocery stores are in Townsend; medical facilities are 30 miles away in Maryville, TN.
Campground phone number is 865-448-2472.
MORE INFORMATION: Information is available at the park website at www.nps.gov/grsm. For recorded information on park facilities, programs, local lodging and to request information by mail, call 865-436-1200. Books and guides are available on-line at www.smokiesstore.org. The park mailing address is Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 107 Park Headquarters Road, Gatlinburg, TN 37738.
Services & Amenities
- Fire Rings
- Hiking Trail
- Horse Stalls
- Picnic Tables
- Toilet, Pit/Vault
- Trails, Horse
|Less Than 1000 Feet|
|Less Than 1 Mile|
- Comfort Station
- Dump Station
- Interpretive Programs
- Potable Water
- Rent Bicycles
- Riding Stable
|Within 10 Miles|
Apr 01 2010 -
Nov 14 2010
Alerts and Important Information
You are responsible for knowing park rules and regulations. A limited summary is provided below. More detailed information can be found at www.nps.gov/grsm/planyourvisit/campregs.htm.
FOOD STORAGE: Black bears and other wildlife inhabit the area. Special regulations apply to the storage of food and garbage, as well as horse feed, and are strictly enforced.
FIREWOOD QUARANTINE:Firewood from a number of states and 2 Canadian Provinces is quarantined due to an insect infestation by one or more insect pests (e.g. the Emerald Ash Borer) that is devastating certain tree species. Please help protect our forests from these destructive pests and do not bring firewood into the Park from the following states: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin as well as the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec.
HOOK UPS: There are no hook-ups or showers at any park campground. Potable water is available from a spigot in the campground. Water for horses is available from the nearby stream but you must bring your own drinking water.
QUIET HOURS: Quiet hours are in effect from 10 PM to 6 AM.
FIRES: Fires are allowed in fire rings only.
STAY/SITE LIMITS: One must have a horse to stay at a horse camp. Horse camps are limited to 4 horses and 6 people per site. The park stay limit is 14 consecutive days. Reservations which exceed the 14 consecutive day limit be cancelled and refunded.
HORSES: Horse stalls are not covered and but are visible from your campsite. Horses cannot be tied to trees or kept at your campsite. All horses must be accompanied by a current Coggins test.
Campground Contact Information
Campground Phone: 865-448-2472
Customer Service Phone:888-445-1474
Backcountry Permits Phone: 877-550-6777
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More About Anthony Creek Horse Camp Campground
Anthony Creek Horse Camp is a campground located in Maryville, Tennessee. This is a US Forest Service campground. All reservations can be made by calling 1-877-444-6777.
To find this campground check the map shown above, or enter -83.76722 latitude, and -83.76722 longitude into your GPS device.
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