Avoid the Crowds

If you are traveling during the busy season or simply want to explore some of the more remote options in the area these are some great places to start.

Metcalf Bottoms

Located off of the Little River Gorge Road in the national park, you'll find this peaceful riverside picnic area. From here, you can take the Metcalf Bottoms Trail to explore the historic community of Little Greenbrier and the Walker Sisters cabin.


The beautiful Greenbrier region of the national park is located a short drive north of Gatlinburg and serves as the access point for incredible sights like the Ramsey Cascade Waterfall, the John Messer cantilever barn, and the stunning wildflowers of the Porters Creek Trail.


The Cosby entrance to the national park provides access to beautiful old growth forests, lovely mountain streams, and stunning panoramic views from the Mt. Cammerer Fire Tower.


You'll find Tremont just off the road to Cades Cove. This beautiful area of the Smokies is home to beautiful waterfalls and miles of peaceful hiking trails. As an added perk, visitors can see historic evidence of logging and CCC work camps in this region of the park.

Cataloochee Valley

This historic valley in the national park is home to historic buildings, lovely mountain views, and one of the only wild Elk herds in the Eastern United States.
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