The city of Gatlinburg will re-open to the public on Friday, Dec. 9, 2016. We would like to thank everyone who has shared their concerns about the people who have been affected by the recent wildfires.

Our staff is eagerly anticipating your return to our great city and to the Great Smoky Mountains we all love. We invite you to visit us during the holiday season and throughout 2017!


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Our Story…

Crockett’s Breakfast Camp serves as the legacy of David C. “Crockett” Maples, an original frontiersman, honored soldier, and devoted family man with an inspiring will to overcome any obstacle in his path. His amazing story is one of intrigue, tragedy, survival, and triumph. Stirred by Crockett’s incredible life and devotion to serving others, Crockett’s Breakfast Camp pledges to deliver quality food and service to everyone who visits.

Born in 1840, Crockett served as a private and corporal in Company H, Ninth Tennessee Cavalry, from October 1, 1863, to June 8, 1865. Under the command of Colonel Joseph H. Parsons, the Ninth Tennessee Cavalry was assigned to small towns and communities across Southwest Virginia, Eastern Kentucky, and East Tennessee. Crockett was given an honorable discharge when the company mustered out of service on September 11, 1865 in Knoxville, Tennessee.

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While you’re here, visit our other great restaurants!

Blaine’s Grill & BarNo Way Jose’s Cantina | Holston’s Kitchen | Iron Boar Saloon | J.T. Hannah’s Kitchen


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