Great Smoky Mountains National Park

America’s most visited national park, Great Smoky Mountains, is an ideal getaway. Hike, camp, and experience one of America’s oldest mountain ranges.

Established in 1934, Great Smoky Mountains National Park is comprised of ridge upon ridge of seemingly endless forest on the border between North Carolina and Tennessee. Called the Smokies due to the ever-present morning fog, this mountain range is world renowned for the diversity of its plant and animal life, the beauty of its ancient mountains, and its history of southern Appalachian mountain culture. With nearly 80 historic buildings, spectacular displays of wildflowers, and abundant wildlife, Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers myriad activities to enjoy.(source info)

Here are the lists of things to do while having a productive vacation in this place!

Clingmans Dome

(For Hiking and Mountain)

The ever spectacular view in the midst of the mountain is perfect for every season! You’ll be in awe seeing this place! Absolutely breathtaking! You’d do awesome hike, and would shout out,“what a view!” when you get to the top. A piece of advice, you would love to do your hike late in the day to see the sunset. *winks*

Again, the view is the best in all of the Smoky Mountains!

(img src)

Cades Cove

This place was amazing. It’s a tour of the mountains, you can drive through and see the wildlife or you can walk through some of the trails! It’s very beautiful scenery with great photo opportunities and nice trails to hike. Indeed a great place to take the family!

Just like Cligmans Dome, the view of the surrounding mountain is breath taking.

Park here is very large with numerous areas to stop and walk through. Such a beautiful piece of earth!

(img src)


This is a place of great visitor center with a very nice gift store. They got an interesting outbuildings depicting life on a farm in the 1800s. Great place to bring kids!

Surely a great place to stop and stretch your legs after crossing over the mountain.  The staffs are very friendly and knowledgeable about the surrounding area.

What’s the best is that you can see an old homestead and go on a trail next to a cool river. All is free and dogs are able to go in most places!

(img src)

Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies

One of the most impressive Aquariums you’ll ever been too soon! Walking under the glass shark tank is amazing. Seeing the displays of the different types of sea creatures really makes you realize first-hand that the ocean is a whole world onto itself! Put a visit to the Aquarium on your to do list when you visit The Smokies!

The aquarium is undeniably amazing, lots of great information, beautiful displays and wide variety of animals. Definitely it is a neat place with fish!

(img src)

Mount Le Conte

The view from the cliff is amazing! Totally worth the effort! And you’ll surely love it!!!  The views were amazing around so many turns.

This is a great place to hike to if you have time and are in good shape. They have a few trails that will get you to the top. The views from the top are amazing. They have a lodge where you can stay with reservations. Those are very hard to get. It is highly recommended to try visiting!!!!

(img src)

And hey!

Those are just some few of the great awesome places to see and visit!

Travel here and you’ll definitely see more!

Be sure to follow our social media pages!

Keep smiling!

    Subscribe to our Email Newsletter