Crockett’s Breakfast Camp

Crockett’s Breakfast Camp honors the legacy of David C. “Crockett” Maples, a soldier, family man and frontiersman who overcame many obstacles over his lifetime. After serving with the Ninth Tennessee Calvary during the Civil War, Crockett returned to Gatlinburg and opened a small supply store. He and his wife, Mary, were known to serve breakfast to the many travelers in the area. Crockett was also a guide in the mountains and, after being stranded in a blizzard, both legs were amputated. He fashioned boots with wooden feet and remained active with two canes until his death at the age of 88. He and his wife continued their tradition of providing breakfast for travelers and that tradition continues today at Crockett’s Breakfast Camp. All dishes are served with their Cherokee sweet corn pone and a choice of candied apples, grits or Hunt Camp hash. Toast options include fresh made cathead biscuits with fruit, buttered wheat berry, white or sourdough.

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