Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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Contact: National Park Service (nps.gov)
Posted by: Jeff Barber on November 18, 2005
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    Reviews of Great Smoky Mountains National Park



    Reviewed by KatNipp on December 29, 2014

    (6 out of 7 members found this review useful.) Reply to Review
    We stayed at Cades Cove in a pop-up. No hookups, but we didn't need them. I wish there were bear boxes in every site, since we had a soft-sided camper and soft-sided Jeep, but there were not. Other than that one small issue and the lack of showers, this place was INCREDIBLE. Staff were friendly and helpful, and the Smoky Mountains are breathtaking. Abundant wildlife at every turn. Trickling mountain streams and large cascading falls. This is heaven on earth!

    If you have the chance, this is absolutely a must-see in any season!
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    Reviewed by sstollhaus on July 2, 2013

    (5 out of 7 members found this review useful.) Reply to Review
    The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is an amazing place to visit. It's great for both families and serious backpackers. Tons of trails from beginner level to advanced. Access to the Appalachian trail gives the place lots of history and a stopping place for thru hikers. The only downside is there are no shower houses in the park.
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    Great Smoky Mountains National Park 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 2 user reviews.

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