Category Archive: Smoky Mountains

Get Married In The National Park

September 14, 2017

Get married in the beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park! Purchase a special use permit from the park and follow their guideline...

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Get married in the beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park! Purchase a special use permit ...

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Smokies Scavenger Hunt 2017

March 20, 2017

Grab your favorite group of people and get ready to explore the Great Smoky Mountains like a true adventurer. This weekend (March 24-25,...

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Grab your favorite group of people and get ready to explore the Great Smoky Mountains like a tru...

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All About the Bears in the Smoky Mountains

July 14, 2016

Black bears are some of the Smoky Mountains’ favorite residents. These beautiful creatures inhabit all areas of the park, and you will oft...

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Black bears are some of the Smoky Mountains’ favorite residents. These beautiful creatures inhabit...

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Scenic Routes Through the Smokies

July 8, 2016

What better way is there to spend a day than cruising through the Smoky Mountains on a scenic road? The Great Smoky Mountains National Park ...

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What better way is there to spend a day than cruising through the Smoky Mountains on a scenic road? ...

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park – Free to Explore

October 1, 2015

Wake up and breathe the crisp mountain air, sip your coffee on the deck Pigeon Forge cabin rental with mountain views and keep an eye on the...

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Wake up and breathe the crisp mountain air, sip your coffee on the deck Pigeon Forge cabin rental wi...

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Rockefeller Monument

August 6, 2015

On September 2, 1940 President Theodore Roosevelt dedicated the Great Smoky Mountains National Park to the Rockefeller family. The monument ...

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On September 2, 1940 President Theodore Roosevelt dedicated the Great Smoky Mountains National Park ...

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Newfound Gap

August 6, 2015

Newfound Gap is the lowest drivable pass through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. With an elevation of 5,046 feet, it was measured b...

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Newfound Gap is the lowest drivable pass through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. With an el...

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Mount LeConte

August 6, 2015

At 6,593 feet, Mount LeConte is the third highest peak in The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, behind only Clingmans Dome and Mount Guyo...

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At 6,593 feet, Mount LeConte is the third highest peak in The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, b...

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Foothills Parkway

August 6, 2015

The Foothills Parkway has been under construction since 1944, but has been stalled numerous times for funding, making it the oldest unfinish...

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The Foothills Parkway has been under construction since 1944, but has been stalled numerous times fo...

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Elkmont

August 6, 2015

A former logging community, Elkmont is named for the elk who inhabitated the area years ago. Elk are slowly being re...

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A former logging community, Elkmont is named for the elk who inhabitated the...

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