There are literally thousands of beautiful spots in the Great Smoky Mountains but we want to share our top ten list with you. Check out these spots on your next Sevierville, TN trip, and make sure that you have a camera ready.
Smoky Mountain Deer Farm
The Smoky Mountain Deer Farm is a unique experience in the Smoky Mountains. Enjoy the farm environment while you feed the animals or enjoy a horseback ride through the Smoky Mountains.
Gazebo at Applebarn in Sevierville
The Apple Barn offers visitors the ability to eat good food and see a great view at the same time. The Gazebo at the Applebarn allows you to overlook the scenic Little Pigeon River and is truly one of the prettiest views in the Smoky Mountains.
This beautiful hike allows you to see over 100 miles in the distance from the highest point in Tennessee. Considered a fairly easy hike, the trail is steep, but paved and with plenty of benches to rest on along the way.
Newfound Gap is one of the prettiest places to visit when you are in the Smoky Mountains. This overlook allows you to see the Great Smoky Mountains, peak after peak after peak.
This beautiful waterfall is one of the most popular to see in the park. About a two hour back and forth trip, this is a hike worth taking to experience true beauty in the Smokies. This hike can become very busy during peak season so plan accordingly.
There are several ways to experience Mount LeConte because there are five different hiking trails. Each hiking trail offers hikers a different experience; however, the Alum Cave Trail is the most popular trail. When you get to the top, you will be at the third highest point in the park.
Cades Cove is a perfect destination for those looking for the prettiest spots in the Smoky Mountains. This 11-mile loop offers great views along the scenic drive. Cades Cove is also known for the history that is present as you can see early settlers’ cabins. Stop off at one of the many spots to get out and explore, and make sure to pack a picnic to enjoy along the way.
Rainbow Falls is the highest single-drop waterfall in the Smokies and one worth seeing. The falls were named because of the rainbow that is seen through the mist on sunny days.
Roaring Fork Motor Trail
The Roaring Fork Motor Trail is a 5.5-mile one-way loop through the forest. Closed through the winter, this popular motor trail features picturesque mountain streams, lush forests, and historic buildings.
This hike is short (3.3-miles) but steep and is one for those seeking out the prettiest spots in the national park. The Chimney Tops observation point offers one of the prettiest views in the Smokies and is a favorite for regular visitors.
If you are ready to find the prettiest spot in the Great Smoky Mountains for yourself, grab your free planner. We can’t wait to see you!