Live Webcams in Gatlinburg and the Smoky Mountains
One thing about Gatlinburg and the Smokies is, no matter which direction you turn, there is always something beautiful to see. If a Gatlinburg getaway can't be in the plans just yet, not to worry! We're bringing Gatlinburg to you. Take in the hustle and bustle of the Parkway as thousands of visitors enjoy downtown's hundreds of specialty shops and storefronts. Thrill-seeking more your style? Watch dozens of active adventurers explore some of Gatlinburg's top attractions. If you want to take a deep breath and just zen out, Great Smoky Mountains National Park and it's rolling vistas and picturesque mountain views are sure to bring a peaceful moment wherever you are. Sit back, relax, and take it all in with these live streamed views from some of the best seats in town.
Gatlinburg SkyLift Park
Boasting the Gatlinburg SkyBridge, the longest pedestrian cable bridge in North America, Gatlinburg SkyLift Park not only is full of exciting thrills and adventures but also breathtaking views of downtown Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains. In addition, the park recently opened the Gatlinburg SkyTrail, featuring Tulip Tower, a four-tiered tower with two rope swing bridges hanging across the mountain ravine, offering stellar views of the SkyBridge and downtown Gatlinburg. The SkyTrail also offers ADA accessibility along the Boardwalk section of the SkyTrail. View in 360 here.
The Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway to Ober Gatlinburg is a staple experience when visiting Gatlinburg. Riding nearly 2 miles to the top, visitors arrive at Ober Gatlinburg, filled to the brim with exciting experiences no matter the season. In the warmer months, visitors can explore the nature all-around on a guided hike, zoom down the infamous Alpine Slide, ride the scenic chairlift to the top of Mount Harrison for stellar views, and much more. While ice skating is a year-round affair, in the Winter months, the sport is joined by skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing.
A prime destination for family-friendly fun, Anakeesta hosts a plethora of things to do including soaring to the highest point in Gatlinburg, AnaVista Tower. Visitors can view mountaintops and peaks all the way to Kentucky! The park is also home to the longest tree-based skywalk in North America, the Treetop Skywalk, with over 880 feet of rope swing bridges allowing you to float through the trees. For more adventurous folk, additional tickets can be purchased for the Rail Runner Mountain Coaster and Dueling Zipline Adventure. Dining and shopping opportunities are also available. Guests can reach the top of the Anakeesta mountain via Chondola, chairlift, or the Ridge Rambler. View in 360 here.
Gatlinburg Space Needle
Towering over 400 feet above Gatlinburg, the Gatlinburg Space Needle is a classic attraction found along the downtown Parkway. Those that dare to make the climb to the top will be rewarded with free viewfinders showcasing beautiful 360 views of downtown Gatlinburg and Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Great Smoky Mountains National Park hosted over 14 million visitors in 2021 and with good reason. The eco-diversity of the park is unmatched, as scientists continue to discover new species that contribute to the beautiful landscape and terrain. Home to the black bear, the park is teeming with wildlife, Appalachian history, and abundant natural beauty.