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Three Easy Trails in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Hiking trail in the woodsThere are several beautiful trails through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park’s pristine terrain. Many of them are not strenuous and are less than five miles in length. People can get away from the hustle of everyday life and away from the crowds at Gatlinburg and walk the pathways through these preserved parklands. Wildlife is prevalent as trails meander through their natural habitat. Here are three easy and short day hikes on self-guided trails at the northern end of this national park:

The Remarkable History of the Pigeon Forge Mill

The Old Mill in Pigeon ForgeThe Pigeon Forge Mill is one of the most popular historic sites in Sevier County, Tennessee. Commonly known as the Old Mill, this 19th century gristmill has become an iconic part of Pigeon Forge and is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Historic Churches in Cades Cove in Gatlinburg

When the first European settlers came to Cades Cove in the early 19th century, they formed the first Christian community in the valley. Today, visitors to Cades Cove in Gatlinburg can explore a series of fascinating historic churches that are maintained by the National Register of Historic Places.

Saddle Up at Stages West Western Store in Pigeon Forge

Western horse riding kit with cowboy boots, hat, lasso, and horse shoeFamily owned and operated, Stages West Western store in Pigeon Forge has been bringing Smoky Mountain vacationers top of the line Western wear since 1975. With their eclectic collection of boots, hats, jewelry, shirts, jeans and wallets, you and your family will not leave empty handed after visiting this Pigeon Forge shop.

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History Soars High at Pigeon Forge Museum

jet plane parked with nice skyAviation and airplanes have come a long way since the Wright brothers first took to the air in 1903. To see a sample of the man-made flying marvels, Cherokee Lodge Condominiums urges Smoky Mountain guests to visit the Tennessee Museum of Aviation.