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Fall Foliage in the Smoky Mountains

Fall Foliage in the Smoky Mountains

There is nothing like fall in the Smoky Mountains! The Smokies offer some of the most spectacular fall colors you’ll ever see. This is a guide to everything you need to know about the fall foliage in the Smoky Mountains. The Best Time to See the Fall Foliage in the Smoky Mountains Normally, fall colors in the Smokies will be their best around early November. Around the end of October, leaves in higher elevations will reach their peak. About a week later, trees in the lower elevations will show vibrant colors. Autumn foliage typically remains into early-mid November. Guide to… Read more »

Parking Your Vehicle at My Bearfoot Cabins

Parking Your Vehicle at My Bearfoot Cabins

Where Do I Park? How Do I Park? Let’s Look at the Cabin where you are Staying  BEARFOOT PARADISE Bearfoot Paradise is located in Smoky Cove Resort about 8 minutes from Light #3 on the Pigeon Forge Parkway and 25 minutes from the Cades Cove entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  Bearfoot Paradise will accommodate 3 cars or two larger pickup trucks.  There is also room for a few motorcycles and a smaller motorcycle trailer.  Smaller vehicles can also park on the small area next to the charcoal grill.  Since the streets are wide, parking is also possible on the… Read more »

Everything you need to know about Smoky Mountain Black Bears

Everything you need to know about Smoky Mountain Black Bears

Bears in the Smokies Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the largest protected areas in the eastern United States where black bears can live in wild, natural surroundings. Bears inhabit all elevations of the park. Though populations are variable, biologists estimate that roughly 1,500 bears live in the park. This equals a population density of approximately two bears per square mile. At one time, the black bear’s range included most of North America except the extreme west coast. However loss of habitat has resulted in a significant reduction in this range. Black bears in the Smokies are black… Read more »

The 3 Best Places to Go Winter Hiking in the Smoky Mountains

The 3 Best Places to Go Winter Hiking in the Smoky Mountains

Hiking in the Smoky Mountains is one of the best things to do during your visit. By hiking through the Smoky Mountains, you will see things you would never get to experience by just driving through the National Park. The Smoky Mountains are home to breathtaking mountain views, beautiful waterfalls and a lot of wildlife, which you don’t want to miss out on during your visit. During the winter, the Smoky Mountains become even more amazing with views that are covered in snow.  The Smoky Mountains don’t stop just because the colder weather has come in. The Smoky Mountains National… Read more »

Smoky Mountain Antique Shopping

Smoky Mountain Antique Shopping

Smoky Mountain Antiques WHERE DO YOU FIND YOUR TREASURES? What better place to hunt for unique treasures than the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. You will be surrounded by the beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains.   Here is an alphabetical list of some ‘Pickin’ Places’ in the Smokies that includes Antique Stores, Flea Markets and other miscellaneous places of interest good for browsing and shopping. An if you like unique shops don’t miss the Great Smoky Mountains Arts & Crafts Community. An 8-mile loop of unique craft and art shops where you are likely to find people painting, building, whittling… Read more »