Best Things To Do In Smoky Mountains

Climb Clingmans Dome

Did you know the Great Smoky Mountains are home to Tennessee's highest point and the third highest mountain east of the Mississippi.

Go Autumn Leaf-Peeping

There's nothing better than spending a beautiful fall day in the Smoky Mountains! as the temperature drops.

Newfound Gap

Drive the lowest drivable trail in Great Smoky Mountains National Park at Newfound Gap. At an elevation of 5,000 feet, the road travels 31 miles through the park.

Cades Cove

One of the most popular spots in Great Smoky Mountain National Park is Cades Cove, a huge canyon known for some of the best wildlife viewing in the area.

Explore the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is known for its many scenic and scenic drives, and the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail is no exception.

Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies

The Smoky Mountains is home to bears, mountains, and exciting attractions out of Gatlinburg.

Foothills Parkway

The 72-mile Foothills Parkway is a historic, scenic national parkway that takes you through the Smoky Mountains' most beautiful spots.

Grotto Falls Trail

If you're looking for a fantastic hike with unforgettable sights, add Grotto Falls Trail to your list. 

Ride the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad

If you’re tired of hiking or driving, take a break and hitch a ride aboard a steam or diesel train on the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad.

Go Camping at the Park

A trip to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park doesn't have to be complete with camping! pitching tents and some hot dogs.

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