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  • The Charlie Brown Tree at Sunrise Myrtle Point on top of Mount LeConte

    Many of you may be familiar with Charlie Brown's Christmas tree. We think it's actually located here, at Myrtle Point on top of Mt. LeConte.  

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  • White Oaks Flats Cemetery - A hidden gem in plain sight!

    White Oak Flats Cemetery is a bit of a hidden gem in Gatlinburg, TN. This is the resting place of many ancestors that started Gatlinburg including Wiley Oakley. Plan a visit here to enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience with History and escape to a place where your mind, body, and soul will relax and become one with nature.  

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  • Visit the Cades Cove Museum

    One of the main things to do when visiting the Great Smoky Mountains is to drive the Cade's Cove Loop, but a lot of folks have never heard about the Cade's Cove Museum! We invite you to visit it either before or after your drive, and take a step back in time to learn more about the people who lived there and how their lives shaped this beautiful place in the heart of the Smoky Mountains .   

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  • Four Scary and Spooky Smoky Mountain Stories

    Ghost Stories from Great Smoky Mountains National Park Some of these ghost stories contain true facts to a certain extent; but the mountains can be a frightening place, especially at night. What do you believe?  

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  • Popcorn Sutton - Famous Moonshiner

    Ever hear about Popcorn Sutton . . . the most famous moonshiner in the area? Learn a bit about him and about what part the Tennessee Mountains played during the time of prohibition on a 3-4 hour Moonshine and Wine tour. It's part sampler, part history lesson, and part sightseeing tour, and a wine and shine tasting that visits 6-8 distilleries and wineries across Eastern Tennessee. This experience is unlike any other tour you’ve ever been on.  

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  • Shooting The Loop!

    Many folks have gotten a thrill driving this complete 360 degree loop in the Smoky Mountains.  

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  • Best Places to see Fall Leaves in the Smoky Mountains

    The Great Smoky Mountains are the spot where you can come to see the most magnificent displays of autumn leaves in the nation! We've put together a list of the top hiking spots, scenic driving tours, and attractions for viewing the breathtaking fall colors in the Smokies and surrounding towns.  

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  • Gatlinburg Scarecrow People

    The Scarecrow People have invaded downtown Gatlinburg! Who thinks you could find them all?  

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