VERAVISE OUTDOOR LIVING

VERAVISE OUTDOOR LIVING

The Quiet Side Of The Smokies

The Quiet Side Of The Smokies

In recent years, the popularity of the Smokies has led to more and more tourists visiting each year. This, in turn, has led to some areas in the park becoming quite crowded.

But there are still plenty of places for visitors to explore and enjoy without having to deal with the hustle and bustle of tourist crowds.

Townsend is particularly renowned for its quiet charm. The small town is nestled between two rivers and surrounded by lush forests, providing a tranquil setting for visitors.

Townsend

fishing

hiking

horseback riding

cultural attractions

Wears Valley

This small town on the outskirts of the Smokies is centrally located between Gatlinburg and Cades Cove, making it an ideal destination for those seeking a peaceful retreat yet close enough to enjoy the best attractions.

hiking

biking

camping

This area is located a short distance from Gatlinburg and is less crowded than other areas in the Smokies.

Tremont

Known for its untouched beauty and solitude, with plenty of opportunities to explore the wilderness.

For those seeking a secluded adventure in the Smokies, these trails are your best options.

quiet trails in the Smoky Mountains

Arrow

Spruce Flats Falls

Middle Prong Trail

Baskins Creek Trail

Hen Wallows Falls

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