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Reservations Line: 800-872-4681, option 1 Group Sales: 800-872-4681, option 3. Watch US on Great Scenic Railway Journeys! Sep 27, 2018 View of Western North Carolina from Clingmans Dome. Jim Renfro, NPS. Stunning Views Current digital images combined with weather and air quality information (if available) from monitoring locations in Great Smoky Mountains National Park are part of the NPS air quality web camera network, the National Ecological Observatory Network , and the PhenoCam Network. Inside Great Smoky Mountains National Park, close to Gatlinburg, Tennessee, is Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail, a road named for the rushing mountain stream that runs alongside it. Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail is a scenic 5.5-mile loop road that travels one way through some old forests and past log cabins and more historic buildings within.

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  • Handmade for the Holidays

    Imagine a special place in North Georgia where you can explore, shop, ponder, perform, learn, listen, create, sing, dance, cook, eat, play, walk and enjoy. That place is the Sautee Nacoochee Center, which has activities for people of all ages.Read more

  • Apple Time in the High Country

    Two or three generations ago almost every mountain homestead had apple trees. Whether or not they rose to the status of meriting the term orchard, they provided welcome, indeed needful, additions to the family’s diet.Read more

  • Don’t Know Where I’m Going, All I Know Is Where I’ve Gone

    For the better part of the last decade, 49 Winchester has been relentlessly working its way through the Southeast music industry—playing every stage and festival that’ll have’em.Read more

  • Having Faith In A Place

    When traveling through Valdese, North Carolina, visitors may be struck by an attitude—in the architecture, the history, the personal stories—of a much older community. That sense isn’t misplaced; Valdese began as a place of respite.Read more

  • Saving Waterfalls

    I fell in love with DuPont Forest only a few years after its creation. But in the year 2000, High Falls and other waterfalls and lakes were in serious danger of being part of a high-end housing development instead of public land.Read more

  • Handmade for the Holidays

    Imagine a special place in North Georgia where you can explore, shop, ponder, perform, learn, listen, create, sing, dance, cook, eat, play, walk and enjoy. That place is the Sautee Nacoochee Center, which has activities for people of all ages.Read more Slot game texas tea.

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  • Photo Essay, October 2020

    See photo submissions from readers of Smoky Mountain Living magazine.Read more

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  • Apple Time in the High Country

    Two or three generations ago almost every mountain homestead had apple trees. Whether or not they rose to the status of meriting the term orchard, they provided welcome, indeed needful, additions to the family’s diet.Read more

    Oct 1, 2020

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  • Don’t Know Where I’m Going, All I Know Is Where I’ve Gone

    For the better part of the last decade, 49 Winchester has been relentlessly working its way through the Southeast music industry—playing every stage and festival that’ll have’em.Read more

    Oct 1, 2020

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  • A Cold Night and A Warm Fire On the A.T.

    I’d been feeling low-level grumpy for weeks about the fact that I’d somehow failed to fit a single backpacking trip into the fall months when an interesting message popped up on Facebook.Read more

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  • Some Don’t Want to Blend In

    The regal forms of butterflies and moths are often some of the most memorable visitors to a landscape. Although they tend to look quite different, both belong to the same order of insects, Lepidoptera.Read more

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  • A Conversation With A Smokies Stargazer

    After retiring to Swain County following successive careers in engineering and nursing, Knox Worde’s lifelong interest in science turned skyward. Worde currently serves as president of the Astronomy Club of Asheville.Read more

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  • Pocket Knives

    During my childhood, I liked to watch my father sharpen the clip blade of his pocket knife. He applied a thin layer of honing oil to his whetstone, and as he held the blade at an angle, he carefully stroked it across the stone till he was satisfied.Read more

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  • The Lives of Others: David Joy’s When These Mountains Burn

    Writer David Joy once said, “Good fiction allows the reader to step inside the body of another and view the world from a different perspective for a while. That’s the foundation for empathy, I think..'Read more

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  • Saving Waterfalls

    I fell in love with DuPont Forest only a few years after its creation. But in the year 2000, High Falls and other waterfalls and lakes were in serious danger of being part of a high-end housing development instead of public land.Read more

    Oct 1, 2020

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  • A Fascination with Bigfoot

    You may have felt it while hiking in the woods or spending time in nature—the sensation of being watched, yet there was no visible confirmation of anything to cause that feeling.Read more

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  • Photo essay, August 2020

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Harrah’s Cherokee Hotel and Casino is located off US Route 19 and just 3.9 miles from Great Smoky Mountains National Park. For visitors who rent a cabin in Maggie Valley, Harrah’s Cherokee Hotel and Casino is a short 20 minute drive away.

Harrahs Cherokee Hotel and Casino

Harrah’s Cherokee Hotel and Casino boasts over 1,100 luxury spacious rooms. The hotel is 21 stories high, which provides breathtaking mountain views.

Hotel Amenities

The hotel is stocked with amenities available to guests. There’s a 24/7 fitness room, an indoor pool and a brand new outdoor pool featuring a zero entry pool, cabanas and bar area. Rooms feature local Native American artwork and come with WiFi, 42 inch flat screen TVs, minifridges, and coffeemakers. Suites are available as well, adding an additional living room, wet bar, microwave, and whirlpool tubs. Rates start as low as $79/night.

Harrah's Cherokee Casino

The resort and casino at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino features over 100 table games and poker, an entertainment center which hosts concerts and events, multiple dining options and an all-you-can-eat buffet.

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