Filtered by tag: Great Smoky Mountains National Park
BradyCollins/08-03-2022

Named for a smoke-like haze, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park was opened in 1934 and is now a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site stretching across North Carolina and Tennessee. The park is over 800 square miles of Appalachian forests, hilly hiking trails, and verdant river valleys. Hundreds of native tree and plant species can be found there, and well over a thousand flower varieties! Summer is the busiest camping season in the Smokies, making fall a great time to visit! This is one of...