What to do at Great Smoky Mountains National Park if you have 1 day, 2 days, 7 days, or kids to entertain. Here you’ll find itineraries and tips for the perfect vacation.
Don’t leave the park without ticking off at least one of these top ten Smokies to-dos including historic sites, grand overlooks, wildlife, and waterfalls.
Sweeping views that are easy to get to, many old historic buildings to explore, and picnic spots galore, make it one of the most family-friendly national parks in the east.
It’s our nation’s busiest park, so here are tips on how to see the best of Great Smoky in just two days. Make the most of your time by visiting some of our favorite spots in both the Tenn. and N.C. sides of the park.
The park is a fantastic place to spend a romantic weekend, celebrate Valentine’s Day or an anniversary, or to just spend time together.
Here are exceptional ways to have fun and be present, Great Smoky Mountains National Park-style, even if you can't visit the park in person.
Got 24 hours? Get the most out of them with this guide. Take a hike, touch the past, cruise a view, and more.
Kids love waving their badge of honor proving they’re one of Smoky’s rangers. Pay the small fee at a visitor center to obtain the activity booklet.
An interview with Katy Koontz, noted travel journalist and author of Family Fun in the Smokies.