The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

One of the most popular national parks in the country

A Magical Destination to Inspire Your Vacation

Smoky Mountain National Park is truly a national treasure worth visiting again and again. The beauty of this area inspires millions of visitors every year.

There’s something here for everyone. Whether you are planning an extended Smoky Mountain National Park vacation or simply organizing a day trip to Smoky Mountain National Park, we can help you get the most out of your visit. Here you’ll find guides to finding hikes, waterfalls, scenic drives, history, and some of the most beautiful wilderness you’ll ever see. We’ll even help you figure out how to get to Great Smoky Mountains National Park!

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Smoky Mountain National Park

Reaching New Heights

The National Park boasts more than 10 million visitors annually which is more than Yosemite, Grand Canyon, and Yellowstone combined. A place known for its smoky haze and 6,500 ft. high mountain ranges, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a place to explore and experience all that nature has to offer.

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Inspiring You to Experience Nature

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers hiking trails, scenic drives, breathtaking views, and waterfalls. Whether an avid traveler or planning your first vacation, choose from destinations like Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Wears Valley, and Sevierville for easy access to the National Park

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Serene Wilderness

The Smokies have hundreds of thousands of acres of beautiful landscape untouched by man. Book a trip to the Smoky Mountians today to see the undescribable views for yourself.

No Admission Fee

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the only National Parks to offer free admission. Come and go as you please and experience the best of the Smoky Mountains.

Hiking Galore

With 150 trails spanning hundreds of miles through the mountains, you'll be sure to find the perfect hike to experience nature at it's finest.


If you want to see a waterfall that’s tucked deep into the untouched mountain wilderness, look no further! There are numerous stunning waterfalls to view in the Smoky's, so take your pick.

Scenic Drives

From tree lined roadways following a crystal clear river to roads running through an open prairie with a mountainous backdrop, the Great Smoky Mountains offer some of the most scenic drives in America.

Cades Cove

Cade's Cove is an 11 mile scenic one-way loop through the verdant valley surrounded by mountains. It offers wildlife viewing, historical sites of original settlements, and great hiking oppurtunities.