5 Cades Cove Cabins and Buildings That Have Been Moved

5 Cades Cove Cabins and Buildings That Have Been Moved

Did you know there are several Cades Cove cabins and buildings that were moved into the area? Most of the buildings near the Cable Mill were moved into Cades Cove and weren’t originally built there. There are also several buildings that are replicas or were part of the original property but aren’ the true original cabins. Here are 5 Cades Cove cabins and buildings that have been moved:…

Uncovering the Cades Cove Cemeteries and Their History

Uncovering the Cades Cove Cemeteries and Their History

If you love learning more about the history of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, then you should consider paying a visit to some of the many cemeteries in Cades Cove on your next visit. Although National Park Service records indicate there are 14 cemeteries in Cades Cove, only 11 of them have been found. To help you learn more, we’ve listed all 11 of them for you below! Take a look at all the Cades Cove cemeteries:…

All About Abrams Falls Trail in Cades Cove

All About Abrams Falls Trail in Cades Cove

Did you know there are hiking trails in Cades Cove? One of the most popular is Abrams Falls Trail. This beautiful trail takes you through old forest growth, along the creek, and in front of an incredible waterfall. Here’s everything you need to know about Abrams Falls Trail in Cades Cove:…

All About the Carter Shields Cabin in Cades Cove

All About the Carter Shields Cabin in Cades Cove

When you’re nearing the end of the 11-mile loop road in Cades Cove, you’ll see a small, rustic structure. This is the Carter Shields Cabin! During the springtime, this cabin paints the perfect picture, with dogwood trees in full bloom, a split rail fence and frequent wildlife. Learn more about the Carter Shields Cabin in Cades Cove below!…

GSMNP Introduces Vehicle-Free Wednesdays in Cades Cove

GSMNP Introduces Vehicle-Free Wednesdays in Cades Cove

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park announced it is implementing “Vehicle-Free Wednesdays” in Cades Cove! Starting June 17, the Cades Cove Loop Road will only be open to pedestrians and cyclists on Wednesdays. This gives visitors the opportunity to explore the area without worrying about car traffic! We’ve got all the details about Vehicle-Free Wednesdays in Cades Cove below:…

Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park Opened May 9

Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park Opened May 9

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park opened to the public on May 9, and that included Cades Cove! We’re happy to have welcomed so many visitors back to this special area. The park will continue to open in phases. The first phase included most trails and main roads, and the second phase includes more secondary roads, all trails and other sites. We’ve got all the information on what’s open in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in the first and second phases!…

How Far is Cades Cove from Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge?

How Far is Cades Cove from Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge?

If you have never been to Cades Cove before, you may be wondering how far away it is from where you are staying. The drive from Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and other cities really isn’t that bad! Plus, Cades Cove is full of beautiful things you don’t want to miss out on! Keep reading to find the answer to the question of how far is Cades Cove from Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge:…

Top 6 Wildflowers and Where to Find Them in Cades Cove TN

Top 6 Wildflowers and Where to Find Them in Cades Cove TN

Wildflowers are just one of the things that draw people to Cades Cove TN. In the early spring to the late summer, you will be able to find all kinds of beautiful flora in the area. From hiking trails to the empty fields under the mountains, there are all kinds of places you will find flowers. Here are the top 6 wildflowers and where you can find them in Cades Cove TN:…

Uncovering the History of Cades Cove: The Pearl Harbor Tree

Uncovering the History of Cades Cove: The Pearl Harbor Tree

As you already know, Cades Cove is full of history. It’s where the first settlers lived when they came to the Smoky Mountains. Many historical buildings are located in the area. There’s a rich backstory to almost everything in Cades Cove, including the Pearl Harbor tree. We’re going to uncover the history of the Pearl Harbor tree in Cades Cove….