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Activities Just For Kids

Kids Activities  In The Smoky MountainsParks As Classrooms is an environmental education program for students in grades K-8. This allows teachers in communities surrounding the park to bring their students to the park for hands-on learning experiences.

The Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont is a year-round residential environmental education center in the Smoky Mountains that offers workshops, camps, and programs for everyone of all ages. For more information, call (865)-448-6709.

The Smoky Mountain Field School offers weekend workshops throughout the year. In cooperation with the National Park Service and the University of Tennessee, experts on Smoky Mountain plants, wildlife, and history lead programs. A fee is charged. For more information call (865)-974-0150.

For other educational opportunities, visit the Sugarlands, Cades Cove, and Oconaluftee Visitor Centers for interesting exhibits, movies, books, and artifacts. Dial 865-436-1200 for more information.  

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Laughing until we had tears. I’ve never seen anything like the look on my kids’ faces when we drove down the Parkway past Pigeon Forge attractions. Our hotel was so vibrant and the staff was upbeat and helpful. Pigeon Forge is the brightest spot in the Smoky Mountains. The high energy (and clean language) shows we saw in theaters had everyone in my family clapping their hands…even “sour” Uncle George.

Mary Parker - Mobile, AL

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