Sunrise in the Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee
Great Smoky Mountains
Black bears in Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee
Autumn hillsides in the Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee
Clingman's Dome, Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee
Sleeping black bear in the Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee

Inspiring guides for your holiday to the Great Smoky Mountains

Straddling the border between North Carolina and Tennessee, the Great Smoky Mountain National Park is blanketed with lush forests and meadows of wildflowers. The iconic Appalachian Trail winds through 72 miles of the Great Smoky Mountains adding to its strong outdoor pedigree.

As America’s most visited National Park there’s so much to see and do. Be sure to check out our helpful guide to help you on your Great Smoky Mountain adventure.
 

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Find out where's best to play a round of golf in the beautiful surroundings of Tennessee

Top 10 things to do in the Great Smoky Mountains

If you're looking for popularity then it may come as some surprise to learn that the Great Smoky Mountains is the national park that America likes to visit the most and anyone on the trail of the Appalachians and the Blue Ridge Mountains will be more than happy with what they find.

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