Explore the valley that preserves the history and culture of the early settlers, with historic buildings and scenic views.
Reach the highest point in the park and enjoy a 360-degree panorama of the mountains and the sky.
Drive along the scenic road that follows a rushing stream and passes by waterfalls, forests, and historic cabins.
Hike to one of the most popular waterfalls in the park, a 80-foot cascade surrounded by mountain laurel.
Discover the natural wonder of the cave-like bluff, with its colorful rock formations and dripping water.
Climb to the summit of one of the most iconic peaks in the park, with its twin rocky spires and spectacular views.
Cross the state line between Tennessee and North Carolina at the lowest drivable pass in the park.
Witness the majestic elk that roam the valley, along with other wildlife and historic structures.
Follow the trail along the creek to the impressive 20-foot waterfall, with its deep pool and powerful flow.
Visit the historic grist mill that still operates today, grinding corn into meal and flour.
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Experience the magical phenomenon of the fireflies that flash in sync, creating a natural light show in the dark.
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