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The ABCs Of The National Park – Part III

By Ross Bodhi Ogle
Posted on June 4, 2013

If you're looking for the ideal conditions for enjoying our ziplining in Pigeon Forge, you couldn't pick a better time of the year than right now. But if you're visiting the Smokies, we hope you also take some time to make the most of the national park itself. It's one of the most beautiful areas of the country, and it's free. You can't beat that.

Last week, we looked at a few more of the activities that national park visitors can enjoy. This week, we'll throw out a few more ideas for you to consider when planning your next trip to Tennessee's Smoky Mountains.

• Horseback riding – The park has hundreds of miles of trails and five drive-in horse camps. If you don't own a horse, four rental stables on the property will provide mounts and guides.

• Picnicking – The national park offers 11 picnic areas to choose from, many of which have pavilions that can be reserved in advance. Most sites have picnic tables, outdoor grills and restroom facilities.

• Waterfalls – The park is filled with rivers and streams, many of which feature waterfalls or cascades. Many of the park's most popular trails feature waterfalls as their destination.


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