When planning an RV camping vacation to visit Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and need the right motor home to make the most of that amazing RV destination, Motor Home Specialist is ready to get you comfortable and moving for a price you can feel great about. Our family owned, family operated dealership has been ranked the #1 volume selling Texas RV Dealer since 2007. Our friendly non-commissioned service staff has been helping customers around the globe become happy RV buyers since 1995. This means no-pressure sales, and no-hassle pricing. Our prices are never set at M.S.R.P., have an actual discount percentage listed, and are clearly posted both on our vehicles, and online. You can come and visit our 22-acre RV mall just south of Dallas/Fort Worth, or visit us online on our very informative site. Visit other Tennessee RV Dealers and you will notice why so many people come to Texas to buy their new or used RVs.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park is America’s most visited national park, and offers RV campers seemingly endless ridges of forest in these ancient mountains. Activities that you can enjoy while visiting the Great Smoky Mountains National Park include biking, hiking, fishing, horseback riding, picnicking, wildlife viewing, and more. Visitors can also participate in ranger-guided programs to explore and learn more about the park. One of the most popular destinations in the Great Smokies is Cades Cove, which is a lush valley surrounded by mountains which often provides views of deer and other wildlife. Cataloochee Valley is another attraction for this National Park, featuring more wildlife viewing, as well as historic buildings. The Deep Creek area is a fantastic hiking destination, and offers views of three waterfalls, including Indian Creek Falls. A few nearby attractions to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park are the Blue Ridge Parkway, Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, and the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site.

The National Park Service maintains 10 campgrounds in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. These RV accommodating campgrounds include Abrams Creek, Basams Mountain, Cades Cove, Cataloochee, Cosby, Deep Creek, Elkmont, Look Rock, and Smokemont. These campgrounds all have restrooms with cold running water and flush toilets, but there are no showers, or any electrical or water hookups in the Park. Campgrounds also vary regarding the number of sites available, as well as the maximum RV size permitted. Visit other Tennessee RV Parks or seach RV Parks by State.

At Motor Home Specialist we have been providing great RV buying experiences by employing two simple business principles. We give our customers great service and quality products for prices that are lower than our competition. This commitment to friendly, pressure-free, informative customer service has kept customers coming back for more. Motor Home Specialist’s staff is excited to hear about your family and travel needs. Our sales staff is non-commissioned, and very knowledgeable about the RV industry. Visit us in person, or online at MHSRV.com. We are here to help you find the right motor home to let you make the most of your Great Smoky Mountains National Park RV camping vacation.