Great Smoky Mountains
National Park

Cascading waterfalls, roaming wildlife and a view that stretches out over 500,000 acres – this is the country’s most-visited national park. Vacationers often start in Gatlinburg and make their way to one of the park’s famous paths where they can find everything they’ve been looking for. A hike through the Great Smoky Mountains – whether it be on the Appalachian Trail itself, a wildflower walk, or a trip to one of the many waterfalls – will leave you with a smile and a lasting impression. Because the experience changes season to season, there’s always a new scene to come explore.


“Into the mountains I go to lose my mind and find my soul” – John Muir”

Cades Cove

Blaze your own trail, and get off the beaten path on one of Cades Cove’s numerous hiking trails. The five-mile round trip journey along Abrams Creek is a moderate trek that’s worth every step. It’s the most popular trail in Cades Cove for good reason,...

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Great Smoky Mountains Synchronous Fireflies | The Smoky Mountains Are Calling

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