The GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS

The Great Smoky Mountains is easily the most frequented National Park by travelers in the United States.  With nearly 11 million visitors each year, it has more than double the next busiest National Park on the list. Anyone who drives through the Great Smoky Mountains can see why it is number one on the list. It offers stunning beauty that is mostly untouched by man and the best part? There is no entrance fee to enter the Park! 

We here at My Smoky Mountain Travel are here to help you plan your Smoky Mountain Weekend.  There are so many things to do within the Smoky Mountain National Park so planning your trip is very important. While in the Park you can choose from the best things to do in Smoky Mountains such as day hikes, scenic drives, camping, and much more!

The Smokies are a very special place and should be on every travelers list of places to see.  Amazing views of the Smokies can’t be seen anywhere else so be sure to take a visit to the area to see for yourself! 

Our site is a great resource to get Smoky Mountains information. There are also a couple of visitor centers within the Park that are a great resource for this knowledge as well.  If you are taking a trip to Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg, ensure you put the park on your Great Smoky Mountains to do list!

Hiking

Find the best hiking trails in the Smoky Mountains. Search by trail feature, setting, location, difficulty, and length to ensure you find the perfect trail for your hike in the Smokies!

Scenic Drives

Research the best day trips in the Smoky Mountains.  Filter your scenic drives by location and length. Pack a day lunch and pull over next to the roaring river for an unforgettable experience!

Camping

Looking for perfect campsites in the Smoky Mountain National Park?  Use our helpful search tools to find the perfect campsite for your backpacking trip, front-country camping, or back-country camping trip.