Year after year, the Great Smokey Mountains National Park earns well-deserved recognition for being the most visited national park in the country with nearly twice as many annual visitors as the Grand Canyon – and it’s easy to see why. No matter what you like to do, the Smokey Mountains are sure to have it!
It wouldn’t be a trip to the mountains without a little hiking, and the Great Smokey Mountains offers plenty of it. From Clingmans Dome, Chimney Tops Trail, and Abrams Falls Trail, to Alum Cave Trail, Laurel Falls, Cades Cove, and all the kid-friendly paths, outdoor enthusiasts never run out of incredible things to see and places to explore.
Ready for a little peace and relaxation after a rigorous day of hiking in the hot sun? Nothing beats cooling off in the river in the Smokey Mountains, especially when you’re tubing down the Little Pigeon River in Pigeon Forge, or the Little River in Townsend. Better still, it’s a great way to slow down and really take in the area’s gorgeous scenery!
The Great Smokey Mountains are home to more than just breathtaking nature, of course. The “eighth wonder of the world,” Dollywood, even calls the Smokey Mountains home. In fact, the Dollywood theme park was originally opened in the 1980’s specifically as a tribute to the unique culture prevalent throughout the Smokey Mountains, Dolly Parton’s one true home.
If you’re looking for the best of both worlds, of course, events like the annual Synchronous Firefly Festival are for you. This event in particular is one that is so popular, it’s hard to even experience for yourself since tickets are extremely limited. Those who are lucky enough to see the tens of thousands of synchronous fireflies, however, are in for an immersive encounter unlike anything else experienced before.
Finally, likely the greatest thing about the Smokey Mountains is all the incredible scenic drives within reach. While you may not think it, “the Smokies are very car-friendly and fairly easy to navigate by automobile.” That means, getting around town, or trekking down Cades Cove Loop Road or “The Tail of the Dragon,” is easier than ever. Your biggest obstacle is simply making sure you have the best way to get around before you leave, which is obviously onboard one of our luxury vehicles at Rochester Limousine.
The Best Way To Traverse The Great Smokey Mountains
Whether you’re only looking for something cozy but reasonably sized to accommodate your family and friends, or you’re hoping to take our massive MCI J4500 motorcoach for a ride with 50+ of your closest acquaintances and colleagues, Rochester Limousine always has your back. Between onboard LCD monitors and DVD players, and panoramic windows to make sure you don’t miss a thing, you’ll have everything you need to make sure your trip to the Great Smokey Mountains is one you never forget! Contact us today by calling 248.289.6665 or by filling out the request a quote form.