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A Guide to Great Smoky Mountain Vacations

by: Eric Morris
The Great Smoky Mountains are one of the biggest tourist draws in the southern United States. This majestic area is considered to be a part of the Appalachian Mountains, which run from central Alabama all the way to Canada. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the most beautiful sites in the country. The Great Smoky Mountains are conveniently located within a day’s drive for the approximately half of the country’s population that lives east of the Mississippi River.

There are a multitude of attractions in this region. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers a staggering range of activities. The historic and beautiful cabins in nearby Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge provide excellent lodging options for people who want to get a feel for the area.

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the best-known tourist attractions in the country. The park features camping, RV hookups, and cabins for lodging. Visitors can hike on the numerous footpaths, including parts of the 2000-mile long Appalachian Trail. Travelers can also visit the old growth forests contained within the park. The most visited part of the park is Cades Cove, which is a valley that is fully surrounded by mountains. Within the cove, visitors can marvel at the natural foliage and wildlife, go hiking, or ride the trails on a mountain bike.

Many tourists stay in the historic cabins in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge while on their Great Smoky Mountain vacation. These cabins range from being simple one-bedroom houses perfect for a romantic vacation, to ten bedroom dwellings made for large families or corporate events. The cabins have all of the modern amenities that travelers want, including hot tubs, cable TV, and swimming pools, all within miles of the Great Smoky Mountains.

A Great Smoky Mountain vacation is a great idea for anyone looking to escape the stressful fast pace of city life. The mountains provide a great setting for the adventures that are possible in this exciting place. Mountain Vacations Info provides detailed information on vacations in the Rocky, Blue Ridge, and Great Smoky Mountains, as well as mountain biking vacations and mountain rental cabins in Colorado, North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and other destinations. Mountain Vacations Info is the sister site of Dude Ranch Web.

 

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