Crockett’s Breakfast Camp

Crockett's Breakfast Camp


Wake up and smell the pancakes here at Crockett's 1875 Breakfast Camp, the Tennessee Saw Company favorite that honors the legacy of David C Crockett Maples, the famous frontiersman, soldier, and family man who led an amazingly interesting and incredible life. Here at Crockett’s Breakfast, they dedicate their service and quality to their guests, a particular ‘quality that stands to honor the true American hero’. While here you will not only get a great breakfast, but you will get some essential Crockett life stories, from his 1840 birth to his honorable discharge in 1865!

The food here isn’t just some local breakfast, the food here is what many guests call the ‘best home-cooked breakfast in the smoky mountains’. Both the food and the decor is the absolute essence of rustic meets modern, the cabin-like eatery providing delicious modern takes on Southern down-home classics. Every day you can find made-from-scratch biscuits, farm fresh eggs (hen’s fruit as they like to call it), and pecan smoked bacon (yes please). Try their corned beef or country ham classics, hogs in a blanket, or fried cinnamon rolls. Oh, and have we mentioned the griddle cakes? Top your hearty pancakes with a long list of fresh and yummy options, such as southern pecans, wild berry compote, fresh blueberries, or chocolate chips. Our suggestion? Try the Cathead Stacker Special, the most bang for your buck with delicious and local corn pone, fresh fruit or candied apples, grits, eggs, meats of your choice and cheeses, served with a side of fluffy flapjacks!

Once you’ve filled your belly head to the fun Crockett’s Breakfast Camp gift shop, a rustic little shop full of various clothes, breakfast take home specials and local gifts!


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