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cades cove in the fall
One of the best ways to experience the beauty of the fall season is with a scenic drive through the Smokies! Gather your family together, hop in the car, and get ready to see some of the most jaw-dropping scenery in the country, especially during fall foliage season! Here are the top 4 scenic drives in the Smoky Mountains you should experience this fall: 
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black bear
Are you looking forward to spending some time in the Smoky Mountains? While you’re in the national park, you have the opportunity to see some of the wildlife that lives in the area. Although it’s not guaranteed to see any animals in the Smoky Mountains, it’s definitely a possibility, especially if you go to the right place at the right time! Here are the top 6 animals in the Smoky Mountains you might see: 
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gatlinburg trail footbridge
There are hundreds of miles of hiking trails in the Smoky Mountains. People who hike all the time come to the Smokies to enjoy their hobby, but people who are not avid hikers also want to enjoy the national park, which is why we want to share some easy hikes in the Smoky Mountains so you can enjoy them too! Check out these top 6 easy hikes in the Smoky Mountains: 
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ramsey cascades
When people visit the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, they want to see all kinds of features you can only find in nature. One of the top things people want to see are waterfalls. There are plenty of waterfalls in the Smoky Mountains to see, plus you get to hike beautiful trails to get there! Here are the top 6 waterfalls in the Smoky Mountains you need to see: 
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porters creek trail in the smoky mountains
When spring arrives in the Smoky Mountains, so do a ton of wildflowers! From violets to mountain laurel, you’ll find all kinds of beautiful flowers in the spring. If you want to explore the mountains and see these flowers, you should go on a hike! Check out these 5 best hikes in the Smokies for seeing wildflowers in the spring: 
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foothills parkway
If you’re wanting to explore the Smoky Mountains without ever leaving your car, you should go on a scenic drive! You’ll be able to see waterfalls, creeks, wildlife, and even fall colors from the comfort of your own car. Here are 5 of the best scenic drives in the Smoky Mountains you’ll love: 
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john oliver cabin in cades cove
You’ve probably heard of Cades Cove since it’s one of the most popular destinations in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. There are plenty of fun things to do in Cades Cove you’ll definitely want to try, whether it’s eating a meal together or getting some exercise. Look at these 5 fun things to do in Cades Cove with your family: 
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A dog sitting on the porch of a log cabin.
No one wants to leave their furry friend behind while they go on vacation! Forget boarding your pet, and bring them with you to stay in our pet friendly cabins in Pigeon Forge! You’ll love walking in the door and seeing them waiting for you, just like at home. If you don’t want to leave them at the cabin, there’s plenty of places to take your pet so they also have a mini vacation! Check out these 4 dog friendly places to visit while staying at our pet friendly cabins in Pigeon Forge: 
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horses in the smoky mountains
During the spring and summer, you want to be outside as much as possible. You will love all the outdoor things to do in the Smoky Mountains! With so many activities, you’ll have to get started as soon as possible! Check out these 6 fun outdoor things to do in the Smoky Mountains: 
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