Right outside the still-active Elkmont Campground in Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the Elkmont Historic District. The creepiest parts of Elkmont, like the large former Wonderland Hotel, are a short hike away up a gravel road, but the area generally referred to as the Elkmont Historic District offers plenty of super creepy abandoned cabins to explore, all easily accessible from a paved road and the Appalachian Clubhouse parking lot.

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Roadtrippers made a stop at the Elkmont Historic District this time last year on the 2014 America Adventure, and we’ll tell you firsthand, these little abandoned cabins are beyond spooky…

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Here are some of our favorite Roadtrippers friends... the Traxxas Girls, with Taylor Nicole leading the way/running away from the abandoned cabin and good ol' Dave Dusick from RaceTrack Engineering telling USAC's Jason Smith to step away from the creepy building: Elkmont23

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