The Great Smoky National Park is situated in the southeastern United States, with parts in North Carolina and Tennessee. America’s most visited destination was declared a national park in 1934. It is one of the most biologically valuable places in America and preserves 800 square miles of the amazing forest. It was declared a national park in 1934. It is an ideal getaway to hike, camp and explore the oldest mountain ranges.
The park draws over 200,000 visitors every year. The major attraction of the park is the waterfalls such as Grotto, Laurel, Abrams, Rainbow, and Mingo. This mountain range includes 80 historic buildings, astonishing collections of wildflowers, and large wildlife. If you want to experience snowfall in the park, try to come in May. Including approximately 1,5000 black bears, the park protects over 17,000 species.