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Favorite Smoky Mountain Destinations

Top Smoky Mountains DestinationsThe Great Smoky Mountains National Park has many places that our visitors love! Showcasing historic sites like Newfound Gap and Clingmans Dome, old homesteads and communities like Cades Cove, and beautiful vistas and parkways like the Foothills Parkway or the Blueridge Parkway. Take a step back in  time and celebrate our Smoky Mountain heritage. Plan your Smoky Mountain Vacation and be sure to visit one of these popular destinations.
Smoky Mountains-The Appalachian Trail  


The Appalachian Trail--which stretches over 2,000 miles from Maine to Georgia--connects through Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

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Smoky Mountains-- Blue Ridge Parkway  


The Blue Ridge Parkway is a slow paced scenic drive. The scenery is outstanding, and there are many recreational sites along the way--campgrounds and visitor centers to name a few. There are also restaurants and lodging along Blue Ridge Parkway.

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Smoky Mountains-Cades Cove  


Cades Cove is the most visited area of the national park. With wildlife and 19th Century home sites, this idyllic setting is a sampler of everything the park has to offer. Cades Cove Loop Road is the most popular biking trail in the park.

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Smoky Mountains-Cherokee, NC  


The town of Cherokee serves as headquarters for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, a federally recognized Native American tribe. In the town of Cherokee is Harrah's Cherokee Casino, which is owned by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and operated by Harrah's Entertainment.

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Smoky Mountains--Clingmans Dome  


At 6,643 feet, Clingmans Dome is the highest point in the national park. Located along the state-line ridge, it is half in Tennessee and half in North Carolina.

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Smoky Mountains--Elkmont  


A former logging community, Elkmont is named for the elk that inhabited the area years ago. Before the beginning of the national park, local citizens held recreational summer cottages in Elkmont. In 2009, plans were announced to restore the historic clubhouse and 18 remaining cottages.

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Smoky Mountains--Foothills Parkway  


Under construction since 1944, Foothills Parkway is the oldest unfinished highway project in Tennessee. All of the completed sections provide excellent views are enjoyable scenic drives.

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look rock natural observation rock and tower  

Look Rock is a natural observation ledge. There is also an observation tower that is open to the public. To get to the tower you must take the 1/2 mile hike. Visitors enjoy 360 degree panoramic views.

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Lost CCC Camp  

Civilian Conservation Corps—There were roughly 22 CCC camps in the Great Smoky Mountains from 1933 - 1942, and as many as 4,000 men woked in these camps reforesting the area and building fire towers.


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Mount LeConte  

Mt. LeConte has a Lodge at the top, but the only way to get to the lodge is by foot. All guests wishing to stay must hike. There are no road ways or transportation up the mountain.


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Smoky Mountains-Newfound Gap  


When driving from either Gatlinburg, TN or Cherokee, NC, travelers will climb 3,000 feet. There is a memorial at Newfound Gap, Rockefeller Memorial, which honors a $5 million dollar donation from the Rockefeller Foundation.

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Rockefeller Monument  

For the enjoyment of the people—a monument was erected in recognition of President Rockefeller's generous donation of $5 million dollars in memory of his wife Laura Spelman Rockefeller.


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Compared to the Sevierville-Pigeon Forge-Gatlinburg corridor, Townsend, Tennessee seems like a quaint and scenic little village. Townsend is adjacent to the Cades Cove and Little River region of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Townsend is commonly referred to as "The Peaceful Side of the Smokies."

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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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