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Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The beauty of Great Smoky Mountains National Park is displayed in its awesome waterfalls, cool mountain rivers, wildflowers, floral and fauna, and the glory of Fall as the tree leaves change to brilliant colors of red, orange, and gold. Encompassing over 500,000 acres of forest land, Great Smoky Mountains National Park is situated in western North Carolina and eastern Tennessee. Autumn's pageantry of colors in the Smoky Mountains usually peaks in mid-October. Some 800 miles of trails thread the whole of the Smoky Mountains natural fabric - and its waterfalls, coves, balds, and rushing streams.

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Highlights:
101Reasons to Visit
Cades Cove
Clingmans Dome
Fun Things to Do
Fall Foliage
Park Map
Points of Interest
Policies
Scenic
Visitor Centers
Weddings

Accommodations:
Bed & Breakfast Inns Gatlinburg
Bed & Breakfast Inns Pigeon Forge
Bed & Breakfast Inns Sevierville
Bed & Breakfast Inns Townsend
Cabins for Groups
Cabins on Douglas Lake
Cabins in Gatlinburg
Cabins in Pigeon Forge
Cabins in Sevierville
Cabins in Townsend
Cabins in Wears Valley
Condominiums Gatlinburg
Condominiums Pigeon Forge
Condominiums Sevierville
Honeymoon Cabins
Hotels Gatlinburg
Hotels Pigeon Forge
Hotels Sevierville
Hotels Townsend
LeConte Lodge
Lodges
Lodging
Meeting Space
Pet Friendly Cabins

Attractions:
Attractions
Hayrides
Horseback Riding
Tram Cars
Trolley

Bookstores:
Cherokee Bookstore
Smoky Mountain Bookstore

Camping:
Abrams Creek Campground
Backcountry Camping
Balsam Campground
Big Creek Campground
Big Creek Group Campground
Cades Cove Campground
Cades Cove Group Campground
Camping
Cataloochee Group Campground
Cosby Group Campground
Deep Creek Group Campground
Elkmont Campground
Elkmont Group Campground
Frontcountry Camping
Frontcountry Camping Rules
Group Campgrounds
Horsecamps
Horsecamp Rules
Look Rock Campground
Rattler Ford Group Campground
Smokemont Campground
Smokemont Group Campground

Exhibits:
Cherokee Exhibit
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center

New Exhibit
Sugarlands

 

Historic Buildings & Structures:
Blacksmith Shop
Cable Mill
Cades Cove Methodist Church
Cades Cove Missionary Baptist Church
Cades Cove Primitive Baptist Church
Cantilever Barn
Dan Lawson Place
Elijah Oliver Cabin
Elkmont Historic District
Gregg-Cable Cabin
Grist Mills
Henry Whitehead Cabin
Historic Buildings
History
John Oliver Cabin
Mingus Mill
Noah "Bud" Ogle Place
Ogle Mill
Reagan Mill
Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail
Shields Cabin
Sorghum Mill
TIpton Place

History:
Cades Cove History
Cherokee Indians
Elkmont
Elkmont History
Ghost Stories
Historic Buildings
History
Lakeview Drive
Logging Camps
Lyemaking
McCarter, Raeford
Molasses Making
Pioneer Cooking
Smokemont
Stories
Storytelling
Sugarlands
Tremont

Outdoor Adventure:
Bicycling
Hayrides
Horseback Riding
Riding Stables
Tremont
Whitewater Rafting

Photo Tours
Fall Photo Tour
Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail
Smoky Mountain Fall Foliage
Fall Foliage at Clingmans Dome
Fall Colors in nearby Villages
Fall in Wears Valley
Best Fall Hikes in the Smokies

Picnicking:
Cades Cove Picnic Area
Chimney Tops Picnic Area
Collins Creek Picnic Area
Cosby PIcnic Area
Picnic Areas

Scenic Drives:
Cades Cove
Cataloochee
Cataloochee Valley
Driving Trails
Elkmont
Fall Foliage
Foothills Parkway East
Lakeview Drive
Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail
Scenic Roads

Scenic Overlooks:
Clingmans Dome
Newfound Gap

Seasons:
Springfest
Winterfest

Surrounding Towns:
Cherokee
Gatlinburg
Maggie Valley
Pigeon Forge
Townsend
Wears Valley

Waterfalls:
Abrams Falls
Hen Wallow Falls
Laurel Falls
Ramsey Cascades
Rivers and Waterfalls
Streams and Waterfalls

Weddings:
Getting Married in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Wildlife:
Baby Elk in the Smokies
Bear Attack
Bears
Black Bears
Elk
Mammals
Wildlife

 

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Whatever season you choose to visit Great Smoky Mountains National Park, you will find many things to do to make your vacation fun and relaxing. Cades Cove is the National Park's open air museum. Throughout the Cove you will see historic buildings, including rustic log homes of original residents of the Cove, several churches, an old mill, molasses making equipment, and cemeteries.

Smoky Mountain foliage color takes your breath away, and the landscape will stir your soul. The best time to see the Fall Colors is from mid-October to mid-November.
Fall Foliage Tour

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Festivals
History
Scenic
Things to Do

Wildlife
Lodging
Bookstore

Points of Interest
Policies
Stories
Fall Foliage
Cades Cove
Springfest

Winterfest
Attractions
Hiking Trails
Waterfalls
Site Map
Contact
Visitor Guides
Site Map
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