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When we arrived we were greeted by the nicest campground host! Campground B was not open yet so we had to stay in A. We are tent campers and always try to find the spot that is away from everyone and quiet. Our favorite site...More
Just back from a great camping weekend at Cosby Campground. This was our first stay in the park and it was fantastic. The ranger in charge, Donna Whitaker, was really on top of things and made sure we were happy with our space and that...More
This is a terrific place to camp in the Smoky National Park. The sites are well maintained, spread out enough to provide privacy, and shaded by the tree canopy. There are flush toilets, sinks, and a dish washing station near all the sites. We camped...More
We really enjoyed how quiet and peaceful it felt during out whole stay at Cosby. The location on the northwestern edge of the park makes it not ideal for traveling to other parts of the park, but there's plenty of hiking right there. Try the...More
We camped here from Friday July 17th until Monday July 20th. The campground was very nice and definatly gives you a secluded feel. I had gotten one of the reservation sites (B89), which was OK. My only complaint about this site is that you and...More
There isn't an owner for Cosby Campground, It is part of a national forest. There are campground hosts, but I don't think there are any sites available year round. The host that was there when I camped was kind and... More
There isn't an owner for Cosby Campground, It is part of a national forest. There are campground hosts, but I don't think there are any sites available year round. The host that was there when I camped was kind and gracious. I am sorry for your treatment. If he was the campground host, they need to find someone else ! I would be suspicious of an ad placed on craig's list. All reservations are handled through the National park system.