Tubing in Deep Creek, Bryson City

One of the most beautiful areas in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park is just a few minutes outside Bryson City. Deep Creek – known for waterfalls, trails, swimming and tubing, and fly fishing – has more fun things to do than any other area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. So come for a visit and explore the many wonders of Deep Creek!

Deep Creek trail was one of the first trails constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the newly legislated National Park in the early 1930s. The current Deep Creek Campground was also the site of the Deep Creek CCC Camp from 1933 to 1936.

There are several places that rents tubs for $2-$3 per day in Bryson City at Deep Creek. You can enjoy a day tubing Deep Creek. There are grills and picnic tables in Deep Creek.

Deep Creek Trails (PDF Download)