Are you a wildflower enthusiast? Do you love seeing the beautiful spring flowers that dot the Smoky Mountain landscapes? The Smoky Mountains are alive with beauty during the spring, with flora and fauna as far as the eye can see. Not only will you get to see the stunning wildflowers, you will also get to experience amazing weather, lush greenery, and spectacular views. Read on to find some of the best places to spot spring wildflowers in the Smoky Mountains!
Cades Cove is a gorgeous place to visit year round in the Smoky Mountains, but during the spring, you can really see the beauty that it has to offer. Interspersed among the rolling hills and the meadows are patches of beautiful wildflowers. Bright orange, yellow, pink, and white flowers dot the landscapes in Cades Cove, and if you love flowers, this is truly a spot you don’t want to miss this spring.
Middle Prong Trail
Middle Prong Trail is a lovely trail to hike during the spring. You will not only have the treat of seeing beautiful wildflowers but you will also stumble upon waterfalls as well. Natural beauty is everywhere on this peaceful hike so add it to your list if you want to make sure to see wildflowers on your next spring trip to Sevierville.
Schoolhouse Gap Trail
In the spring, the Smoky Mountains come alive with bright wildflowers, and Schoolhouse Gap Trail is a great place to see thousands of them. On this 2.2 mile trail, you will see so many different types of wildflowers during the spring and some bloom even into early summer. You will even be able to see some unusual species that you can’t find anywhere else.
Want to learn more about wildflowers in the Smoky Mountains? Visit the NPS website to find even more wildflower walks you can take this spring.