The west coast has Yellowstone National Park, and the east coast has the Great Smokey Mountains. Campers visiting the lush natural region will find plenty of scenic wonders that compete with the best the U.S. has to offer. Early birds wake up to a forested alpine covered in fog, giving off a smoky effect. They’ll find many hiking trails leading to beautiful waterfalls, wildflower pastures, old-growth forests, and dramatic gorges. They’ll enjoy hiking, biking, kayaking, zip-lining, and whitewater rafting through areas they’ve read about in magazines and books; areas that fulfill outdoor fantasies of discovering lush wildernesses filled with life. The Great Smoky Mountains offers you a memorable camping experience, and thanks to this list of rentals, it offers you a comfortable place to stay. From tree houses to cabooses to traditional cabins, you’ll find what you need to make your stay unforgettable.