We believe in protecting your experience at Big Meadow Family Campground.

Our campground is a place where everyone feels welcome and comfortable.

While you’re staying with us at Big Meadow Family Campground, nothing should keep you from connecting and making memories with the people you love. That’s why we’re serious about protecting this precious time you have with your family or group, and we believe in guarding your safety, comfort, and peace of mind.

The Do's

DO use a sewer connector.

MANDATORY - no exceptions.

DO use a pooper scooper after your pets and do not leave pets unattended.

Pets are welcome! However, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE for cleaning up after them. Keep pets on a leash at all times.

DO park in the parking area only.

See office personnel for parking information. One vehicle per site.

DO remember - you are responsible for your guests.

DO have all guests register at office before entering campground.

DO not give them the gate code. Ask your guests to leave before 10:00 P.M. Guests must obey all guidelines and pay fees before entering.

DO put trash in dumpster only.

Behind the stock fence at the entrance.

DO use caution when crossing the road to the river.

This is a public road.

SAFETY FIRST.

RV storage from the sky
Little boys fishing
Big Meadow Campground staff
Man fishing in the creek

The Don'ts

DO NOT give gate code to anyone.

DO NOT allow children to play with or near gates.

DO NOT exceed 5 miles per hour in campground.

DO NOT wash any vehicles in campground.

DO NOT park on or drive thru grass in campsite.

DO NOT park more than one vehicle per site.

DO NOT cover grass with carpet or mats.

DO NOT build fires except in designated areas.

Portable fire rings must stay on gravel or concrete AT ALL TIMES.

DO NOT let your pet poop in other camp sites.

DO NOT display firearms or fireworks.

KEEP ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE INSIDE YOUR CAMPER.

Public intoxication will not be tolerated.

Make Your Reservation Today!

Come spend quality time with your family and ours on the quiet side of the Smokies.