5 BEST Places to Stay in Great Smoky Mountain National Park (2020 Guide); Ana Pereira; The Broke Backpacker
Source: 5 BEST Places to Stay in Great Smoky Mountain National Park (2020 Guide)
Best Campgrounds in the Smoky Mountains; Paul Blair; Amateur Traveler
What are the best campgrounds in the Smoky Mounatains and Great Smoky Mountains Nationak Park by budget and type of trip.
Source: Best Campgrounds in the Smoky Mountains – Amateur Traveler
What’s so special about the Great Smoky Mountains National Park?; Karen Chavez; Citizen Times
Why are the Great Smoky Mountains so special? Here are four reasons this park is so popular with visitors.
Source: What’s so special about the Great Smoky Mountains National Park?
This unattended UNESCO World Heritage site is now America’s most popular National Park; Travel Wires
America is home to a range of national parks that each offer their own natural and cultural gems, but one park has been drawing in the highest number of visitor…
Source: This unattended UNESCO World Heritage site is now America’s most popular National Park
Where are the Great Smoky Mountains?; Joyce Chepkemoi; WorldAtlas.com
The Smoky Mountains are a popular tourist attraction in the southeastern United States.
Welcome to America’s Most Popular National Park; Haley Littleton; REI Co-op
Great Smoky is teetering the line between use and overuse. Here’s what needs to happen to protect the United States’ most beloved park—and all of United States public lands. Anna King, of Greenville, South Carolina, remembers the synchronous fireflies of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. “One firefly goes off, sparking the others around them, and it’s like a blanket of flickering lights coming toward you,” she says.
Lake by the dam in the Smokey Mountains by CaptDanger; Yahoo News
This shot seemed magical when CaptDanger took it. The night sky clear and the low fog on the water. The bright lights of the dam illuminating the shorelines and the water. Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a United States National Park and UNESCO World Heritage Site that straddles the ridgeline of the Great Smoky Mountains, part of the Blue Ridge Mountains, which are a division of the larger Appalachian Mountain chain. The border between Tennessee and North Carolina runs northeast to southwest through the centerline of the park. It is the most visited national park in the United States.
Source: Lake by the dam in the Smokey Mountains by CaptDanger