The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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To The Smokies!

Few places in the world can rival the splendid beauty and serene settings of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Named this due to the smoky haze that can often be found enveloping the hilltops and valleys, the Smoky Mountains are as unique as a falling snowflake. As the most popular National Park in the country, this 520,000 acre mountain wilderness attracts some 10 million visitors each year, twice that of any other park. With a unique and awe-inspiring diversity of plant and animal life, a rich history and a multitude of recreational options, the Park offers something for everyone.

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Activities & Things to Do

Parking Passes

Fishing

Horseback Riding

Camping

Places to Go - Auto Touring

Cades Cove

Clingman's Done

Roaring Fork

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park Information

History

Park Weather

Driving Directions

Pet Rules

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park Maps

National Park

Cades Cove

Roaring Fork

Park Trails

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