Blog Posts - Great Smoky Mountains National Park



Andrews Bald and a Perfect Day

Some days are truely magical from start to finish.  This July 1st hike to Andrews Bald in the Great Smoky Mountains with three friends had that quality from start to finish.   No one expects to find a day in the 60's in July in east Tenness...
by Vickie Henderson Art on Jul 2, 2016

National Parks Birthday This Summer – Smoky Mountains Nat’l Park

Writing settings. What a glorious way to experience settings, and then be able to write about them, than by visiting our varied US National Parks. Here is Stu the Rabbit in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The scenery is stunning with foggy (and...

The Road to Nowhere

The Road to NowhereOn the eastern side of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, near the town of Bryson, NC, lies Lakeview Drive. The road winds its way through a section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park along the northern shore of Fonta...
by Southern Wanderings on Sep 7, 2015

Stunning Video of Fall in the Smokies

MTJP | Smoky Mountains from More Than Just Parks on Vimeo.I've mentioned it before, but experiencing the Smokies in the fall is stunning. Photos barely do it justice. But this video does.  The use of time-lapse photography only adds to the amazi...
by Southern Wanderings on Sep 3, 2015

Abandoned Places - Part 2

An old vacation home in Elkmont, TNThere's something surreal about being on vacation and visiting the ruins of vacations past. Motels, cabins and homes that were once frequented by happy vacationers now sit crumbling and returning to the earth. You h...
by Southern Wanderings on Aug 30, 2015

Fall Is Coming

The most wonderful time of the year is fall and it's about to be here. The temperatures start to drop and the leaves turn wonderful shades of orange, yellow and red. Football games appear on television. Halloween season approaches with haunted houses...
by Southern Wanderings on Aug 28, 2015

Summer Reflections — TVA, Blue Ridge Parkway, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Pigeon Forge — Whew!

Day Four of our vacation was packed with science (U.S. Space and Rocket Center), heavy traffic (Chattanooga) and incredible natural beauty. Day Five was a taste of the Blue Ridge Parkway and Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 1) I was not expectin...

Best US Destinations To Go In March To Enjoy Spring Break Party

Good weather does a world of good to people. It can bring the best out of us, inspire travel and explore places to enrich and learn about different cultures. Spring time puts a spring on people’s feet to seek newer … Continue reading U...
by HotelCluster.com Blog on Dec 17, 2014

Noah “Bud” Ogle Cabin

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by Invisible Green Photography on Nov 10, 2014

Meigs Falls

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by Invisible Green Photography on Nov 10, 2014

Places to visit in Asheville North Carolina

Centrally located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville has been ranked by Frommer's travel guide as one of the world's top must-see cities. During an Asheville vacation, surprises wait around every corner, filling your senses with art, architecture...
by eTravelTrips on Feb 26, 2014

Top 10 Places to Visit in Summer [Infographic]

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Pioneer the Great Smoky Mountains

The majestic mountains of rural America can be best witnessed in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. With over 4 million visits a year, Smoky Mountain National Park is the most popular national park in the United States. Pioneer the Great Smoky...
by Travel Tips on Feb 18, 2013

Light and Glow – Wednesday’s Word and Picture

I heard and saw this wonderful song long before it became the tune to a “Dr. Pepper” ad.  No group EVER did …Continue reading »...


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