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Sights of the Smokies All Day Tour
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#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Gatlinburg
Love this aquarium love the shark tunnel and the sting rays and being able to touch them so much nature in one building and very good learning experience if you have children just wish they had dolphins over al...
That place is an amazing spectacle of both a spacious and luxurious home and grounds as well as the Smokey Mountains National Park it borders.
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Gatlinburg
Our favorite trail is "Chimney Tops", a 5 mile nature hike crossing streams, winding around boulders, by waterfalls, and an abundance of wildlife.
This national park is a treasure filled with beautiful rivers, waterfalls, hiking trails and the occasional adorable bear cub sightings.
#3 of 10 Nature & Parks in Gatlinburg
Amazing and easy walk along the mountain stream makes you feel miles deep into the park while the trailhead is only a few blocks away from most restaurants, shops and hotels.
The Gatlinburg trail is a fun and easy trail that is 2 miles long and starts at the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and ends at the Sugarlands Visitor Center.
#4 of 10 Nature & Parks in Gatlinburg
This park, tucked out of the way on Historic Nature Trail, is a great place to for family R&R, afternoon picnic, playing hoops, walking, or sitting by the creek and reading.
Beautiful park with picnic tables near mountain stream, picnic pavilion,basketball court, tennis courts, baseball diamond and trails.
Great Smoky Mountain National Park Cosby, TN 2.8 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Cosby
The road is super nice We saw elks and bears The museum of the old mountain farm is super nice The views all along the park are amazing We would have loved to have more then there to hike!
We had a very enjoyable trip despite the weather, and highly recommend a visit to Great Smoky Mountain National Park, especially to nature lovers!
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#5 of 10 Nature & Parks in Gatlinburg
There is an activity park with rides for the kids, indoor ice skating rink, bear and wildlife habitat, but the most popular attractions are the scenic chairlift to Mt Harrison for outstanding views of the Appalach...
Ice skating rink, Wild Life Encounter, Sky Tram, Ski lift, playgrounds, kiddie amusement park, shopping, dining, and alpine slide provided us a very full day of entertainment and all at a relatively affordable price.
Cades Cove Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN 3.3 km away
#12 of 67 Nature & Parks in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Best of Everything: Nature, Animals, Nature Scenery, History - Pack A Picnic - Bring A Camera to Capture Gorgeous Photos
It's a really nice and pleasant drive through the area with places to stop, park, and enjoy viewing pioneer cabins, Churches, barns, wildlife (turkeys, deer, an occasional bear--keep a healthy distance), splendid...
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Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN 4.3 km away
#3 of 67 Nature & Parks in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Many exhibits of early mountain homes, nature hiking trails, water falls, and even a very unique drop water mill with the mill wheel parallel to the creek.
At the end of the Roaring Forks Motor Nature Trail is a charming cluster of buildings called 'Ely's Mill' where you can see demonstrations of weaving, browse the antiques and shop for local products.
Rainbow Falls Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN 3.9 km away
#14 of 67 Nature & Parks in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
The waterfall at the end is a little disappointing during summer but it is a really excellent trail for nature lovers with allsorts of wildlife to see.
Cool hike to best falls in the park
Cataract Falls Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN 3.3 km away
#17 of 67 Nature & Parks in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Hike to cataract falls was very easy and the falls at eh end were very pretty:) There is an optional nature loop you can also do in the middle of this trail, so those who wish to do that can.
They are so popular the nearly every tourist guide, from the ones published by the National Park Service to the ones you pick up for free at your hotel, mention the more popular hikes to various falls.