Best Places to Visit in the  Great Smoky Mountains

We will cover what you need to know and outline the top places to go so you can make the most of your outdoor adventure in the Great Smoky Mountains.

They smoky mountains, have Thick fog that often lingers in the forested ridges, embuing them with a smoky, alluring aura. Some shorten the name to “The Smoky Mountains.” Others affectionately refer to them as “the Smokies.

Cable Mill is a water-powered gristmill located in Cades Cove. Mingus Mill, near Oconaluftee, is turbine powered. Here you can learn about grinding grain products.

Historic Gristmills

It is a vast, lush valley surrounded by mountains. Visitors regularly see white-tailed deer. You may spot black bears, coyotes, and other wildlife.

Cade Cove

The Deep Creek area is known for hiking and mountain biking. Several loop trails lead to beautiful waterfalls. Deep Creek has a picnic area that is open year-round.

Deep Creek


Archaeological evidence shows humans inhabited Elkmont 5,000 to 8,000 years ago. Elkmont is an exciting study of how a place can change over time.

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