Our Top 6 Attractions in the Great Smoky Mountains

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According to worldatlas.com, the most visited national park in America is the Great Smoky Mountains. The Smokies are famous for a natural phenomenon that the Cherokee called the “blue smoke” of the mountains. What makes the Great Smoky Mountains “Smoky?” Here’s the brief explanation, without getting bogged down in too much of the scientific terminology. […]

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Back in Time: Escape to a Cabin in the Smoky Mountains

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The Smoky Mountains are known for many things. They’re a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the subject of countless country songs, a beautiful escape, and part of one of the oldest mountain ranges on the continent. In so many ways, escaping into the Smoky Mountains offers you an opportunity to go back in time, whether it’s […]

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The Feasts of May!

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What’s May got going on in the Smokies? How about more barbecue and bluegrass in the county than should be legal? We exaggerate to build an idea of scale, we hope barbecue and bluegrass never becomes illegal here for it would close the door to two major foundations of Southern culture in the Smokies. We […]

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