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Sightseeing i Great Smoky Mountains

Tourist Information Center
“318 turns in a 10 mile stretch. Motorcyclists come from all over to make a go on this well known road.”
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Tourist Information Center
“Come here with questions on which trails may work for you and your family. Hikes of all skill levels and duration are available. Whether you have a great hike book or not, these rangers are super helpful in helping you pick the right hike in the park. If traveling with a small child or elderly folks, you can still enjoy the park. There is a beautiful, short, easy trail right behind the Sugarland Welcome Center. It even has a waterfall. Our little one and grandparents loved it!”
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Tourist Information Center
“This is a great all day activity for families or large groups. You can do a zipline tour with incredible views of the Great Smoky Mountains. There is also downhill mountain biking, horseback riding, and climbing walls. ”
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Historic Site
“Settlers buildings from throughout the park, working blacksmiths shop, elk often spotted here.”
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Tourist Information Center
“Best place to go to get advice on hiking trails and to take kids to learn about the GSMNP. ”
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Historic Site
“We love the Mingus Mill because it's still functioning as a waterpowered gristmill. Take the kids!”
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American Restaurant
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“The Old Mill is an iconic shopping market. There's shops, restaurants, activities, and sightseeing. We recommend taking the blacksmith class or going to the sandman's shop for a souvenir! ”
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Gift Shop
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Tourist Information Center
“13.2 miles from where you pick up your gear, useful information on back country camping, You can also register with them if you are back packing.”
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