Great Smoky Mountains National Park gang leaders are breaking bad again by proposing a fee in for campgrounds, pavilions and anything they shakedown John Q. Public. User fees at Cades Creek and other front country campgrounds at Great Smoky Mountains National Park would increase under a new proposal. Three years ago, Great Smoky Mountains National Park didn't open some campgrounds and picnic areas due to funding short falls. Now, the park is proposing fee increases of up to 30 percent at all front country campgrounds and picnic pavilions to meet the rising costs of operations, reduce a backlog of maintenance requirements on park facilities, and initiate needed improvements.