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Vacation information for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park area
Vacation information for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park area

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Want an eco-friendly place to stay? Fueled by llamas and accessible only by foot, this legendary lodge in Great Smoky is one for the memory books.
https://www.mysmokymountainpark.com/where-to-stay-camp-eat/leconte-lodge-llama-train
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Explore Chicago's architecture, Louisville's underground, and Nashville's music before making base camp at Great Smoky's closest entrance to Cades Cove.
https://www.mysmokymountainpark.com/road-trips/chicago-great-smoky-mountains-road-trip
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Tracking the migration of monarch butterflies from Great Smoky Mountains National Park to Mexico starts in this favorite part of the park. https://www.mysmokymountainpark.com/things-to-do/monarch-migration
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Lacking motivation in the dead of winter? Climb aboard this European-style attraction near Great Smoky to see things in a new light.
https://www.mysmokymountainpark.com/things-to-do/ober-gatlinburg-tramway
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En route to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, you’ll find the world’s largest cave at this national park. https://www.mysmokymountainpark.com/things-to-do/mammoth-cave-national-park
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Cruise this one-way, narrow scenic road and check out spectacular colors of the leaves before the road closes at the end of this month. https://www.mysmokymountainpark.com/road-trips/roaring-fork-motor-nature-trail-scenic-drive
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Get ultimate bragging rights for being in two states at the same time in Great Smoky. Here’s where to go.
https://www.mysmokymountainpark.com/things-to-do/best-views
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Watch the crazy phenomena of elk bulls gathering cows into large herds. It only happens once a year and it’s going on now.
https://www.mysmokymountainpark.com/things-to-do/elk
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This area was one of the last holdouts as a flourishing town before it became part of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
https://www.mysmokymountainpark.com/park/cataloochee
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Say goodbye to plastic key cards and hotels with no personality. Dive into your next vacation by staying at some of the fantastic and unusual lodging options near the park. Stay in Dorothy's house in Oz, relax in a cottage on a sheep farm, plus six more.
https://www.mysmokymountainpark.com/where-to-stay-camp-eat/unusual-places-to-stay
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