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Great Smoky Mountains National Park Travel Information

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Vacations & Travel Tips

When to Go

Late spring and summer are warm, humid and see frequent rainfall. Fall is temperate, while winter is cold and snowy. Attractions such as theme parks operate seasonally and are often closed winter through early spring, so be aware when booking your travel. The fall colors of the Smoky Mountains are breathtaking – if you’re interested, plan on visiting the last few weeks of October, but keep in mind traffic will be heavier as fellow foliage enthusiasts cruise the highway.

Region: Tennessee

Featured Great Smoky Mountains National Park Hotel

Best Western Toni Inn

Best Western Toni Inn

Our 2.5-Star classification designates those properties offering comfortable accommodations with standard amenities. Guests can expect dependable services in a clean and comfortable environment. Half star indicates that the hotel/resort meets all criteria of the designated rating and exceeds in certain areas.
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

Conveniently located to Smoky Mountains National Park and Dollywood, this family-friendly hotel offers a restful vacation.

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