If you want to explore the Smokies but don’t want to go hiking, the best option is to go on a drive. There are several scenic drives in the Smoky Mountains you would enjoy exploring, with gorgeous mountain views, historic remains, and possibly even wildlife. Here are the top 4 scenic drives in the Smoky Mountains you should experience: Continue reading
One of the main reasons people come to the Smokies is to enjoy nature. There is all kinds of wildlife in the Smoky Mountains, and we know you’re looking forward to possibly seeing some when you’re in town. We want to tell you when is the best time to look for animals, where you should go, and what kind you might see. Here’s everything you need to know about wildlife in the Smoky Mountains: Continue reading
Cades Cove is a great place to visit when you come to the Smokies. The area offers a glimpse into the history of the area and some of the most beautiful views of the mountains and wildlife that call the area home.
Every visit is different from the last. With so much wildlife to see, you will probably see many different animals depending on the time of year you visit. You may decide to hike as many trails as possible while visiting and discover something new each time.
The view is always beautiful, whether you come when the mountains are in bloom, in the heat of the summer when the wildlife is out and about, or in the fall when the leaves turn color and make the area look so beautiful. No matter the time of year you visit, you’ll enjoy yourself.
Here are 3 reasons why you should visit the Cove. Continue reading
One of the best things to do when you’re in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is to go hiking. The national park is absolutely free to visit and always open! With numerous trails for every ability level featuring some of the most naturally beautiful features anywhere, it is easy to see why millions of people each year like to simply slow down and take a walk. Continue reading
At one time, Roaring Fork was a small community with its own homes, school, church, store and mills. Today, it’s a historic area and a nature trail that has become one of the most popular sightseeing spots for visitors to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Continue reading