Great Smoky Mountains National Park
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Welcome to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a breathtaking sanctuary of natural beauty nestled between the borders of Tennessee and North Carolina. Encompassing over 800 square miles, this iconic park stands as a living testament to the majestic splendor of the Appalachian Mountains. Established in 1934, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a cherished gem, renowned for its mist-covered peaks, verdant forests, and a rich diversity of plant and animal life.
As one of the most visited national parks in the United States, the Great Smoky Mountains offers an abundance of outdoor adventures and scenic wonders for visitors of all ages. Whether you're hiking along the picturesque trails, exploring cascading waterfalls, or simply taking in the panoramic vistas from scenic overlooks, every moment spent in this pristine wilderness is a soul-stirring encounter with nature's majesty.
In addition to its scenic beauty, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is steeped in cultural history, preserving the heritage of the Appalachian people who once called these mountains home. From historic log cabins to ancient homesteads, remnants of early settlements offer a glimpse into the lives of the region's early inhabitants. With its unrivaled beauty and profound connection to the past, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park beckons adventurers and nature lovers to embrace the tranquility and wonder of this timeless mountain retreat.
The park does not belong to a single city limit. You will find the exact location of Great Smoky Mountains National Park on the map above. If you need any other information on Great Smoky Mountains National Park that is not listed here, please call (865) 436-1200.
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Visited Smoky Mountains couple of times, but the last one was in 2009. This is a great place to visit for any nature lover. The views are fabulous, specially during the end of September when all trees change their colors.
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Nearby Nature Attractions
Following is a list of other nature attractions found within few miles of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
War Branch Cascade,
Huskey Branch Falls,
Laurel Falls Trailhead,
Indian Flats Falls,