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8 Reasons to Visit the Smoky Mountains in the Fall!

Are you looking for a fun family vacation destination that is not too far away? Visit the Smoky Mountains in the Fall! It's a great time of year to enjoy all of the beautiful mountain views. There are many things to do while you are there, which is why we have compiled this list of 8 reasons to visit in the fall. We hope you will make plans soon so your family can experience one of America's most famous natural wonders.

  1. Plan your trip to coincide with the fall foliage season - Visit the Smoky Mountains in the fall between September and November to see all of the beautiful colors. The foliage season begins as early as mid-September, but it's a good idea to plan your trip about two weeks ahead for peak color viewing.

  2. Hike to the top of Mt. LeConte for a breathtaking view - Visit the highest peak in Tennessee, Mt. LeConte. The hike to the top is an easy one mile hike which takes about two hours round trip and offers breathtaking views of the Smoky Mountains!

  3. Stay in a cabin for an authentic experience - Visit The Great Smoky Mountains and stay in a cabin. There are multiple options for cabins, from luxury to rustic! Check out some vacation rentals at: https://www.triphousing.com/vacation-rentals

  4. Visit Cades Cove and see all the wildlife - Visit Cades Cove and see a wide variety of wildlife, including bears! The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the perfect place to take your family on an adventure.

  5. Take a tour of Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, TN - Visit Dollywood and take a tour of the beautiful theme park. There are so many fun things to do there, such as riding roller coasters and enjoying live shows!

  6. Enjoy some apple picking at one of many orchards in Gatlinburg, TN - Visit an orchard in Gatlinburg, TN and take part in the fall tradition of apple picking. The Great Smoky Mountains are home to many different types of apples that you can pick yourself!

  7. Attend a concert at the Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center - Visit the Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center and enjoy a free concert. This center is located in Townsend, TN which was originally founded by settlers who helped create America's national park. See their calendar of upcoming events here.

  8. Get your picture taken with Smokey Bear! - Visit the Great Smoky Mountains and get your picture taken with Smokey Bear. Visit the visitor center to learn more about this lovable bear who helps protect America's national park!

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