Hit the Woods and Water for Fun

Oh the many choices available to the outdoor enthusiast in East
Tennessee! Take your pick–morning turkey hunts and afternoon stream smallmouth
bass, morning stream trout and afternoon crappie, morning sauger or walleye and
afternoon lake largemouth bass, tailrace trout, stripers, bluegill, catfish, or
a simple walk in the woods to take in the spring rebirth of a multitude of wild
flowers, shrubs, and trees.

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Smoky Mountain Stories Tells the Tales of the Park

There’s a lot of history here in the Smoky Mountains,
from the places to the people to the communities. And if you’re like me, you
enjoy knowing a little about the place you’re going to visit. Even if it is
just to impress the locals that you’ve done your homework.

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Get Outside and Get Moving in the Smokies

The last few entries have dealt with perhaps the most important part of your trip to the Smokies –eating. Now, once you have all that energy from a great meal, what are you going to do with it? You probably know there is a world of options in Sevier County. The hard part is narrowing down your choices to find activities that suit you best. So if you want to keep working on your New Year’s resolution, you’ll have to find a way to get those calories off. How about hiking, camping, biking, rafting, or paddling? They get you outdoors and get you moving. If this is your idea of fun, you better head to Nantahala Outdoor Center (or NOC) in Gatlinburg.

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