When it comes to spending time outdoors, few activities are more fun that camping, but where you camp can make or break your outdoor experience.

What Sets Apart the Best Campgrounds in America?

So what makes a good campground? While the answer to that question may vary from person to person, there are some things that make a campground really stand out. According to CampSpot, a combination of "natural beauty and exceptional amenities," are what truly set apart the best campgrounds in the country.

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What Amenities Are Offered at the Best Campgrounds in America?

What amenities can you expect to find at the best campgrounds in America? Look beyond the basics like showers, playgrounds, and horseshoe pits. The best campgrounds offer guests beaches, dog parks, laundry facilities, general stores, and more.

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One Tennessee Campground Is at the Top of the List

There is one Tennessee campground that is at the top of the list when it comes to being one of the best in the nation. Not only does Greenbrier Campground takes the number 2 position on CampSpot's list of Top Campgrounds in the US, it is also lands on the list of Top Midsize Campgrounds and Top Campgrounds for Fishing.

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What Makes Greenbrier Campground the Best in Tennessee

Greenbrier Campground is the only campground in Tennessee to make the list of Top Campgrounds in the US, and with its stellar array of amenities, it's no surprise. With 120 full hookup campsites, Greenbrier Campground offers everything from riverfront spots to more wooded sites and it is less than a half mile from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. In addition to RV hookups and tent camping sites, you will also find canvas bell tents and cabins for rent.

Where to Find Greenbrier Campground

Greenbrier Campground is located at 2353 East Parkway in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. If you're interested in booking a stay, rates start at $52 per night for tent sites, or $100 per night for cabin rentals, according to CampSpot. To learn more about booking at Greenbrier Campground, visit their website: SmokyMountainCamping.com.

[Source: CampSpot]

Cowboy Cobbler on the Campfire

Cowboy Cobbler is the easiest thing to make and travels well. You can make it on the campfire or in the oven and it turns out 100% perfect every time!

Gallery Credit: ASHLEY SOLLARS