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Great Smoky Mountains

Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the is the most visited national park in the country and a true monument to the beauty of the Appalachians. Established in the depths of the Great Depression by generous local communities, wealthy philanthropists like John D. Rockefeller Jr., and the U.S. government, this pristine area was spared from further logging and development and is now a premiere outdoor destination belonging to all Americans.

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Winter in Great Smoky Mountains

Winter in the Great Smoky Mountains sees occassional snow and temperatures ranging from the upper 20's to the upper 50's. Winter is marked by fewer crowds and a more solitary and quiet park experience.

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Fall in Great Smoky Mountains

Fall is without a doubt the best time to visit Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Vibrant fall colors dominate the park's serene landscapes, elk herds are rutting in the valleys, days are cool and nights are chilly, and it all feels just right.

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Spring in Great Smoky Mountains

Spring in the Great Smoky Mountains can be unpredictable, with temperatures changing suddenly and rainstorms arriving with little warning. Spring brings a beautiful display of wildflowers to the park and vibrant greens to its forests.

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