Top 4 Tips on How to Safely Enjoy Vehicle-Free Wednesdays on Cades Cove Loop Road

Top 4 Tips on How to Safely Enjoy Vehicle-Free Wednesdays on Cades Cove Loop Road

April 28, 2022

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is once again implementing vehicle-free Wednesdays on Cades Cove Loop Road, which starts on May 4th and runs through September 28th! This is a unique opportunity for pedestrians and cyclists to enjoy Cades Cove without having to share the road with cars! There are a things to keep in mind for your visit, so check out these top 4 tips on how to safely enjoy vehicle-free Wednesdays on Cades Cove Loop Road:…

Top 4 Reasons to Stop at the Cades Cove Visitor Center on Your Loop Road Tour

Top 4 Reasons to Stop at the Cades Cove Visitor Center on Your Loop Road Tour

April 7, 2022

Cades Cove Loop Road offers a wonderful opportunity to see the beauty of the Smoky Mountains from the comfort of your car, as you can drive along at a leisurely place and stop to enjoy some of the sights! When you reach the midpoint of the 11 mile, one way loop road, you’ll come across the excellent visitor center where you can check out the bookstore, plan an itinerary with a park ranger or even explore some fascinating historical exhibits! Here are the top 4 reasons to stop at the Cades Cove Visitor Center on your Loop Road tour:…

4 Reasons to Go Hiking in Cades Cove

4 Reasons to Go Hiking in Cades Cove

March 30, 2022

With over 850 hiking trails in the Smoky Mountains, it’s not difficult to see why people enjoy hiking in the Smokies! If you haven’t been hiking in Cades Cove yet, you’re missing out! Here are four reasons why you should go hiking in Cades Cove: 

3 Things to Know Before You Go Cades Cove Biking

3 Things to Know Before You Go Cades Cove Biking

February 14, 2022

Cades Cove is a must see spot for new visitors to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The majority of people view this beautiful area of the park in the comfort of their car. However, for people looking to get active and trying something different Cades Cove biking may be for you. Cades Cove biking is a great way to see all the sites of the area while enjoying exercise that does not necessarily feel like exercise. Here are some things you need to know before you head out on your bike ride through the beautiful Cades Cove.

All About the Pine Oak Nature Trail in Cades Cove

All About the Pine Oak Nature Trail in Cades Cove

January 19, 2022

In the Smoky Mountains, many visitors love going to Cades Cove! From wildlife viewing to camping, there are plenty of activities you can do when you come to the area. One popular activity is hiking, and if you are going hiking for the first time in the Smokies, the Pine Oak Nature Trail in Cades Cove is a great place to start! Learn more about hiking this nature trail in the Smoky Mountains.

5 Hiking Safety Tips for Trails in Cades Cove

5 Hiking Safety Tips for Trails in Cades Cove

November 25, 2021

If you’re planning a trip to Cades Cove while you’re in the Smokies, we suggest taking some time to check out the awesome hiking trails in the area. Cades Cove offers hikes for all skill levels, so your whole group can enjoy this activity. If you plan on hiking, there are a few things you should know first. Here are 5 safety tips for trails in Cades Cove:…

4 Reasons to Go Biking in Cades Cove

4 Reasons to Go Biking in Cades Cove

October 20, 2021

There is nothing more relaxing than a nice bike ride in the Smoky Mountains. Not only is it great exercise, but you can also take in all the beautiful scenery of the Smokies. One of the most popular biking spots in the area is the Cades Cove Loop Road. This 11-mile road is perfect for enjoying a nice afternoon on your bicycle. Here are 4 reasons why you should go biking in Cades Cove:…

Everything You Need to Know about Muddy Pond Sorghum Mill

Everything You Need to Know about Muddy Pond Sorghum Mill

September 7, 2021

When you visit the Smoky Mountains, there is a chance you will come across sorghum syrup while in a breakfast restaurant. One of the places that are most known for making this sweet treat is a little community called Muddy Pond. During the months of August through November, you can venture around Cades Cove and see how the syrup is made. Here are 4 things to know about the Muddy Pond Sorghum Mill:…

4 Things to Bring When You Stay at Cades Cove Campground

4 Things to Bring When You Stay at Cades Cove Campground

August 5, 2021

Each year, Cades Cove brings in over 2 million visitors to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. While some of those are just driving through to enjoy the scenery, some people decide they want to camp while they are here. The campground that is located in Cades Cove offers both tent and RV sites and is open year round. Before you decide to embark on your camping adventure, you will want to make sure you pack everything you might need. Here are 4 of the things to bring when you stay at Cades Cove Campground:…

Top 3 Trails in Cades Cove for Experienced Hikers

Top 3 Trails in Cades Cove for Experienced Hikers

July 2, 2021

Are you looking for some new hiking trails in Cades Cove? If you have already experienced some of the beginner level hikes and are looking for some more difficult hikes with the same great views and excitement, there are plenty of trails that fit what you are looking for. Here are the top 3 trails in Cades Cove for experienced hikers….

GSMNP Introduces Vehicle-Free Wednesdays in Cades Cove

GSMNP Introduces Vehicle-Free Wednesdays in Cades Cove

May 4, 2021

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park announced it is implementing vehicle-free Wednesdays in Cades Cove again! Starting May 5, 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:…