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Great Smoky Mountains

Over 11 million people visit the Great Smoky Mountains National Park each year to enjoy some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. With more than 800 miles of hiking trails, you’re guaranteed to find a hike that is perfect for everyone. If you want to go on a hike, you should start with some of the most popular trails in the Smoky Mountains. You can see the forest, a waterfall, or other natural features on any of these trails. Here are the 5 most popular trails in the Smoky Mountains you need to hike:

With over 2 million visitors a year, Cades Cove is hands down one of the most popular areas in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. But what is it exactly that draws this incredible number of people to this area? Part of the reason is that it provides a special experience for families to enjoy together! Read on to learn about 5 family-friendly things you can only do in Cades Cove near Gatlinburg.

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is home to some of the most spectacular wildlife in the United States! With over 200 types of birds, 80 varieties of reptiles, and 65 species of mammals, the Smokies are teeming with all sorts of critters. Many visitors come to the mountains so they can catch a glimpse of some of the area’s signature animals. We want to tell you where you might be able to find these creatures and the most popular animals you might see while you're visiting the national park!

Over 11 million people a year come to the Smoky Mountains to see the many breathtaking views and experience the amazing hospitality of the region. However, one of the top things that people come to this region for are the many great hiking trails in the Smoky Mountains. You might think that winter is too cold to go for a hike, but it's actually one of the times for hiking in Gatlinburg TN and the Smoky Mountains! Learn more about the best winter hiking trails in the Smoky Mountains.

One of the things that draws both first time and repeat visitors to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the natural beauty of the mountains. Every fall as the leaves start to change, the mountains take on gorgeous yellow, red, and orange colors. Not everyone likes to get out and experience the mountains by hiking, though, so why not take a scenic drive in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park? Here are a few of the most beautiful fall drives in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park:

For most families heading out on a trip, once you hit the road for your Smoky Mountain cabin vacation, there is no turning back. That means, if you forgot anything at home it's probably going to stay there! To help make sure you don't forget anything important, keep your cabin packing list handy! We don’t want our visitors to be left empty handed, so we have put together a cabin packing list of the top items we think that guests should bring to ensure a fun and exciting Smoky Mountain cabin vacation. Find out what to bring on your cabin trip below:

Get ready to enjoy a summertime spectacle as the evening sky comes alive with a balloon glow at the Great Smoky Mountain Hot Air Balloon Festival! This is a unique opportunity to see a magnificent display of colors against the backdrop of the breathtaking Smoky Mountain sunset! Here is everything that you need to know about attending the Great Smoky Mountain Hot Air Balloon Festival:

If you are considering a scenic drive or hike through Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the best place to start your adventure is at the Sugarlands Visitor Center! This informative visitor center is conveniently located just two miles south of Gatlinburg on Route 441 and is open every day of the year except Christmas Day. Here are the top 3 reasons to start your visit to the national park at the Sugarlands Visitor Center:

Did you know that Tennessee has elk? There is a healthy population in a hilly area of the Cumberland Plateau! A small grassland in Campbell County called Hatfield Knob is a great place to go to see the elk and photograph them. If you can’t make it to Campbell County, don’t worry — you can see the elk from the new Elk Cam in Hatfield Knob! Here’s all you need to know about Hatfield Knob and the new Elk Cam: