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Smoky Mountain National Park
Smoky Mountain National Park

Smoky Mountain National Park

The Smoky Mountain National Park is the largest tourist attraction in the area. Inside the park are two main visitor centers, Sugarland Visitors Center near Gatlinburg, Tennessee, and Oconaluftee Visitors Center near Cherokee, North Carolina. The park is known for its abundance of plant and wildlife, the beautiful mountains, and the area's culture. The park brings in twice as many visitors than any other park in America. Between North Carolina and Tennessee, the Great Smoky Mountain National Park offers endless activities and attractions for visitors year round. Whether you want to hike the miles of trails, fish the rivers for brown trout, or enjoy the wildlife, there is something for everyone to enjoy at the park. 

 
What to See in the Park

What to See in the Park

Clingmans Dome
At 6643 feet it is the highest point in the state and offers the most amazing mountain views.
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Roaring Fork
Once a small community, Roaring Fork is now a stream that empties into the Little Pigeon Forge River. It is also home to the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail & Historic District.
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Cades Cove
A beautiful valley in the Smoky Mountains, home to many historical buildings, trails, and years of rich history.
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Elkmont, TN
Nestled between Sugarland Mountain, Meigs Mountain, and Cove Mountain - Elkmont, originally a logging town is now a peaceful part of the National Park.

 
Things to Do in the Park

Things to Do in the Park

Hiking
The Smoky Mountain National Park features over 850 miles of trails and that includes 70 miles of the Appalachian Trail. Some of the popular trails are Mount Le Conte, Chimney Tops Trail, and the hike to Laural Falls. Enjoy your scenic hike through the Smokies!

Fly Fishing
Fishing for Trout in the Smokies is a favorite activity for many visitors. Fish for Rainbow, Brown, Kentucky, and Brook Trout.
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Wildlife in the Park

Wildlife in the Park

  • Over 1500 Black Bears
  • White tail Deer
  • Raccoons
  • Otters
  • Mountain Lions
  • Squirrels
  • Red Fox and More
  • Many Trout Species: Rainbow, Brown, Kentucky, Brook
  • Over 200 species of Birds: Saw Whet Owl, Canada Warbler, Common Raven

 
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