Great Smoky Mountains Travel Guide: 2 Days Exploring the National Park

Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited park in the United States, drawing people from all over the country to explore this stunning area.

28 thoughts on “Great Smoky Mountains Travel Guide: 2 Days Exploring the National Park

  1. Debbie Gillespie says:

    I have lived in Gatlinburg since 1977 and love "our mountains". I think you did a great job of exploring a few choice stops and your presentation was wonderful. I hope you come back and explore even more.

  2. Phillip Lake says:

    I have to cordially disagree with a lot of viewers but Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg are just as much a part of the vacation as the surrounding mountains. I love Dollywood, putt putt, FOOD and all the fun things to do along with touring the natural beauty of the Smokies. I have spent HOURS in the area and it NEVER gets old. I (personally) consider the Smokies and Appalachia far more beautiful than the Rockies simply because there is a great deal more nature and color in the Smokies. The Rockies are GRAND, but the Smokies are WONDERFUL.

  3. Phillip Lake says:

    I have walked and driven the same places you went too. I think Laurel Falls was the prettiest and Cades Cove speaks (loudly) for itself, BUT of all the fabulous dining choices in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge you picked Five Guys (yuck) :-).

  4. Melvin Lee says:

    I love Cades Cove. Definitely the most beautiful place in the Smokies (both sides). I only wish that they would figure out a way to speed up the loop for people that want to drive faster than 5 mph.

  5. Cathy Greene says:

    Wednesday’s no car allowed in Cades Cove, walk or bike only. Stay in the quiet side of the Smokies, Townesend, Wears Valley. So much to do in those mountains. I go at least four times a year. I never go Gatlinburg or pigeon Forge.

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