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Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cabins

You can’t beat a cabin if you want to get away from it all, be at one with nature and simply slow down. Take your pick of these cozy cabins near Great Smoky Mountains National Park:

Hotels near Great Smoky Mountains National Park

You’ve got loads of hotels to choose from in the town of Gatlinburg, just a short drive from Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The Gatlinburg Town Square by Exploria Resorts and the Hilton Garden Inn Gatlinburg are some top picks.

Pigeon Forge is a little farther away and another great base for your trip. Options here include the RiverStone Resort & Spa and the Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort

Motels near Great Smoky Mountains National Park

A motel is a good choice if you want a comfy space that won’t put a dent in your budget:

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Tours & Things to Do

Make the most of your time in the region with these popular tours: 

While there are loads of adventurous ways to spend your time in the park, there are a few attractions you won’t want to miss. These include Cades Cove, Grotto Falls, Roaring Fork and the Mountain Farm Museum.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park facts

  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park is home to a diverse range of animals, including the American black bear.
  • The area was granted national park status in 1934.
  • This breathtaking wilderness covers roughly 816 square miles.
  • The park is free to enter. For more information, see the official Great Smoky Mountains National Park website.
  • You can visit 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. The park’s busiest months are June to August, as well as October.

Where is Great Smoky Mountains National Park located?

Great Smoky Mountains National Park sits on the borders of Tennessee and North Carolina in southeastern U.S. It is around 34 miles southeast of Knoxville, TN and 188 miles east of Nashville, TN.

How to get to Great Smoky Mountains National Park

  • The closest major airport is McGhee Tyson Airport, about 31 miles northwest.
  • Driving and hiking are popular ways for visitors to explore this spectacular park.

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