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Monday, 09 October 2017 19:17

Fall Foliage Viewing in the Smokies

Fall has arrived, and there is no denying that the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the best places to view the gorgeous fall foliage! But when is the best time to plan an excursion to experience the wonderful changes in hue?

The Old Champion in Fall Smokies

SmokyMountains.com has taken the guesswork out of your leaf-peeping adventures by unveiling an interactive map that predicts when Mother Nature will reveal her vibrant colors, and when the biggest bursts will be at their peak! The National Park is also home to over 187,000 acres of forest, including miles of lakes, wildlife habitats, rivers, streams, and more. It’s no wonder our gorgeous area is referred to as, “The Peaceful Side of the Smokies.”

River Foliage in Smokies

Stay ahead of the fall foliage frenzy this year by checking out the interactive map, and plan your adventure in advance! We will even happily have your leaf-peeping lunch packed and ready for you – just order online from Apple Valley Cafe Express!

We look forward to seeing you when you visit our lovely corner of East Tennessee!

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