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Experience the Smokies With more than 9 million visitors annually, Great Smoky Mountains National Park attracts individuals with a wide range of recreational and educational desires. Popular activities include hiking, backpacking, camping, sightseeing, auto-touring, and fishing.
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Aug 24 Celebrate NPS's 99th with GSMNP Aug 24, 2015 The National Park Service is turning 99 years old on Tuesday, Aug. 25, and Great Smoky Mountains National Park invites you to join the party! Read More >
Aug 19 Carroll Best CD earns prestigious IBMA nomination Aug 19, 2015 Great Smoky Mountains Association’s “Carroll Best and the White Oak String Band” has been named among the best of the year by earning an award nomination in the International Bluegrass Music Association’s annual competition. Read More >
Jul 22 New Audio Tour Available at Mountain Farm Museum Jul 22, 2015 Visitors to the Smokies are invited to take a trip back in time as they listen to a new audio tour developed for the Mountain Farm Museum located at Oconaluftee Visitor Center. Read More >
Jun 17 'Sabrina' author to appear in national park Jun 17, 2015 Young and old alike are invited to Great Smoky Mountains Association’s upcoming “Meet the Author” event featuring Lisa Horstman Saturday, June 27, at Sugarlands Visitor Center in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Read More >

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