The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is known as the “Wildflower Park” for a reason. When spring arrives in East Tennessee, the area explodes with bright colors and fragrant floral scents. For those who want to journey down the trail less travelled, Amazing Views Cabin Rentals has a guide to to top Smoky Mountain hiking trails to see some of the most beautiful wildflowers in the country.Read More
Many people don’t know the history of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and how it came to be as diverse and unique as it is today. Here’s 3 things you should know about the national park and what makes it the best national park in the world:Read More
Cades Cove, Tennessee, is a hidden gem in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This cove, or valley surrounded on all sides by mountains, was first settled by Cherokee in the late 1700s and later became home in the early 1800s to European settlers. The cove attracts millions of visitors each year, and is in fact the most popular section of the extensive national park. During three seasons of the year, visitors can enjoy the scenery and wildlife abundant in this preserved early Appalachian community by biking around the 11-mile one-way Cades Cove Loop road.