North Carolina Hotel Reservations
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Explore the Iconic Great Smoky Mountains
Visit one of the most iconic outdoor destinations in the country. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park in the Blue Ridge Mountains of the Appalachian Mountain chain, is the border between North Carolina and Tennessee.
The park was dedicated in 1940 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and is comprised of 814 square miles of protected land.
It remains the most visited national park in America. Stop by the Oconaluftee Visitors' Center near Cherokee, to pick up a trail guide for exploring the 850 miles of hiking and backpacking trails.
Wildlife in the park includes 200 species of birds, 50 species of fish, 66 species of mammals and 39 species of reptiles.
This Western North Carolina park is home to over 1,800 black bear. Stay in the charming city of Maggie Valley for breathtaking park views, visit the Clingmans Dome observation tower, the highest point in the park.
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