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Great Smoky Mountains is part of GeoBeats video series on top fall destinations across America.
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Visit the Great Smoky Mountains in Gatlinburg, Tennessee in the Fall
Marsha Winstead: Welcome to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, one of the most visited in the entire park system.
Let’s head inside and get more information from one of the park rangers.
Florie Takaki: We have approximately 900 miles of water trails, over 800 miles of trails. We have ten established camp sites, two visitor centers and several historic districts.
The foliage in the Smoky starts to turn in early August. The most spectacular of demonstration of leaf colour is typically from the second week of October through about the second week of November.
When you come to visit, one of the things we tell people is, “You really want to take with you your memories. You don’t want to take with you the plants, or the flowers or even the leaves.”
Marsha Winstead: We had people enjoyed this colorful fall destination.
I'm Marsha Winstead showing you Great Smoky Mountain National Park.