Fall has finally arrived! Which means that it’s the perfect time to go camping. The weather is just right, the heat of the summer months is over, but the chill of winter hasn’t quite set in yet. The crispness of the air makes roasting s’mores by the fire and sharing a warm blanket one of the most memorable ways to spend time with friends and family. If you’re looking for a good place to camp, Smith Lake has several options available. No matter what kind of camper you are, there’s a place for everyone to enjoy and experience nature.
1. The Traditionalist
Pitching a tent, building a fire, stringing a hammock between two trees – if camping in the elements is your idea of a fun time, Smith Lake has plenty to offer. Get in touch with the beauties of nature at one of the 20 campgrounds near Smith Lake.
2. The Comfort-lover
Just because the ruggedness of tent-camping doesn’t appeal to you doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the whole camping experience. RV’s are a great way to enjoy the great outdoors and fall weather while still relaxing with some of the comforts of home. There are numerous options to choose from.
3. The Sporty Outdoorsman
Does kicking back with a rod and reel and admiring the splendor of nature from a boat sound like your perfect weekend? Grab your cooler and a boat and explore Smith Lake.
4. The Day Trip Adventure Seeker
If camping overnight is not your thing and you simply want to have a family reunion or a birthday party surrounded by nature, Smith Lake has four parks that have day-use sites. Cook up some Southern food, grab a frisbee or some bocce ball, and unwind together at Smith Lake.