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Bryson City, NCBryson City
North Carolina

If you're looking for outdoor adventure on your next vacation, you can't go wrong in Bryson City, North Carolina... the gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Whether you enjoy mountain biking, whitewater rafting, hiking, zip lining, or just enjoying breathtaking mountain views from an open train car, you'll find all the outdoor activity and scenery you need in the area. And when it's time to relax, Bryson City has great shopping and dining, as well as its own microbrewery!

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Cable Mill Cable Mill
A Working Grist Mill

Caretaker Hubert Sullivan explains the way the Cable grist mill operates.

Cades Cove Cades Cove
In the Loop

See wildlife, mountain scenery and historic buildings as we tour the 11 mile Cades Cove loop road.

Top of the Smokies

Spectacular views from the tower on Clingman's Dome mountain, the highest peak in the Smokies.

Fontana Dam Fontana Dam
Highest in the East

Take a trip to the southern border of the Great Smoky Mtns. for a tour of Fontana Dam.

Mingus Mill Mingus Mill
Water Turbine Driven Grist Mill

Visit a historic grist mill and see how mountain folk created power before electricity.

Mountain Farm Museum Mountain Farm
Open Air Museum

Let's take a trip into the past! Learn how mountain folk lived in days of old.

Newfound GapNewfound Gap

© Great Smoky Mountains Association 2010.
There are so many things to do at Newfound Gap in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park: check out the stunning views, visit the Rockefeller Memorial and stand where President Roosevelt stood, and straddle the Tennessee/North Carolina state line. Sound like fun? It was!
"© GSMA 2010. All rights reserved.

Roaring Fork Roaring Fork
Motor Tour

Enjoy the Smokies without leaving your car!  Take a drive into the past. The Roaring Fork auto tour takes  you through an 1800's mountain community.  Drive through or stop and take a closer look by exploring the historic buildings the park service has preserved.