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The ABCs Of The National Park – Part IV

By Ross Bodhi Ogle
Posted on June 11, 2013

This time of year is one of the best times to visit Smoky Mountain Ziplines in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. It's warm and sunny, and the rolling foothills surrounding our course are in full greenery for the season. However, once you've tried out our ziplines, Gatlinburg will lead you directly into Great Smoky Mountains National Park – another must-do summer outdoor adventure. It's one of the most beautiful areas of the country, and it's free. You can't beat that.

For the past three weeks, we've taken a look at many of the activities that national park visitors can enjoy. This week, we'll wrap up this series with a few more ideas for you to consider when planning your next trip to Tennessee's Smoky Mountains.

• Wildflowers – GSMNP is known as the “wildflower national park” because you can find blooming plants year 'round there. However, spring and summer are known for their spectacular displays of wildflowers along roads and trails.

• Wildlife viewing – The park is home to thousands of species of living creatures, and animals like elk, white-tailed deer and black bears are among the most popular sightings.

Remember that the national park website and visitor centers are full of useful information to help park visitors become more knowledgeable about the park and to get the most out of their trip to the Smokies.


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