Cades Cove in the Smoky Mountains is the most visited area of the national park–and for good reason. The natural beauty of Cades Cove is just a glimpse of everything the national park has to offer the Smokies visitor. Interesting Tennessee cabins, grist mills and other pioneer structures dot this cove and tell the history of its early inhabitants. Wildlife is abundant. More than a dozen hiking and horseback riding trails originate in Cades Cove.
The Smoky Mountains, which tower all around Cades Cove, are absolutely stunning! Cades Cove is home to trout streams for the fly-fishing enthusiast and campgrounds are available for those who want to experience Cades Cove around the clock.
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