Everything You Need to Know About the Tipton Place in Cades Cove

Everything You Need to Know About the Tipton Place in Cades Cove

March 17, 2022

Cades Cove is a popular place to visit in the Smoky Mountains, where you can go hiking, horseback riding, and camping. This also comes with a ton of history from the settlers who were there years ago. One interesting historical property left behind by one of the prominent Cades Cove families is Tipton Place! Here is everything you need to know about the Tipton Place in Cades Cove: 

Top 3 Areas to Take Amazing Pictures in Cades Cove

Top 3 Areas to Take Amazing Pictures in Cades Cove

February 11, 2022

Cades Cove is one of the most visited places in the Smoky Mountains, but it is also one of the most scenic areas! From forested areas to hiking trails to open meadows, you’re bound to find a location for some beautiful photo opportunities. Here are the best four places to take amazing pictures in Cades Cove: 

What to Do if You See a Black Bear in the Smoky Mountains

What to Do if You See a Black Bear in the Smoky Mountains

December 13, 2021

With over 500,000 acres within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, there is plenty of space for American black bears to roam and explore. Most of the time, these bears are very docile creatures who spend their day sleeping and looking for food. However, it is still important to know exactly what to do if you come in contact with one of these animals. Here is what you should do if you see a black bear in the Smoky Mountains:…

New Handicap Accessible Trail Now Open in Cades Cove

New Handicap Accessible Trail Now Open in Cades Cove

October 1, 2021

On September 28th, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park officially opened a new trail to one of Cades Cove most visited historical sights. This new route will make it easier for all visitors to experience the rich history the area has to offer. Here is everything you need to know about the new handicap accessible trail in Cades Cove:…

Everything You Need to Know About the Cades Cove Hours

Everything You Need to Know About the Cades Cove Hours

September 10, 2021

One of the most-visited places in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cades Cove Loop Road offers incredible opportunities to see historic sites, wildlife, and more. When you drive along the 11-mile, one-way loop road, you’ll be able to see the sights from the comfort of your vehicle. One question many visitors ask is, “What time does Cades Cove open?” We’re here to answer that for you! Learn more about the Cades Cove hours before you go to determine the best time to drive through Cades Cove….

Cades Cove Campground | What to Know About Cades Cove Camping

Cades Cove Campground | What to Know About Cades Cove Camping

August 12, 2021
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers a number of great camping opportunities, but few compare to staying at the Cades Cove Campground. Located steps away from Cades Cove’s famous loop road, this campground puts guests right in the middle of the park’s most scenic area. Before you plan your trip, check out our convenient guide to camping in Cades Cove:

Finding Gregory’s Cave: A Hidden Gem in Cades Cove

Finding Gregory’s Cave: A Hidden Gem in Cades Cove

February 23, 2021

There are all kinds of cool stops along the Cades Cove Loop, but if you get off the path, you might find some pretty unique places. One of them is Gregory’s Cave, a natural rock cave hidden along the Loop. Keep reading to find out more about Gregory’s Cave, a hidden gem in Cades Cove:…

5 Animals You Might Spot on the Cades Cove Loop

5 Animals You Might Spot on the Cades Cove Loop

January 14, 2021

One of the most exciting things about visiting the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the opportunity to see some of the unique wildlife in the area. The Cades Cove Loop offers wide open fields that are perfect for wildlife viewing, while allowing you to keep a distance that is safe for you and the animals. Here are 5 animals you might spot on the Cades Cove Loop….

5 Cades Cove Cabins and Buildings That Have Been Moved

5 Cades Cove Cabins and Buildings That Have Been Moved

September 17, 2020

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:…

All About the Carter Shields Cabin in Cades Cove

All About the Carter Shields Cabin in Cades Cove

July 24, 2020

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!…