Jennie Miller

Knoxville, Chattanooga

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  1. Look Rock Trail - Hiking


    For a 360-degree view of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, including Mt. LeConte and the foothills of Tennessee, a quick hike to Look Rock’s observation tower is all that’s required.

  2. Indian Boundary Campground - Camping


    Nestled in the Cherokee National Forest, minutes from Tellico Plains, Tennessee, is the Indian Boundary Recreation Area and Campground, 96 acres of swimming, fishing, hiking, biking, and camping.

  3. Schoolhouse Gap Trail - Hiking and Horseback Riding


    With its wide berth and modest incline, Schoolhouse Gap Trail is ideal for families and hikers of all ages. Located at the intersection of Laurel Creek and Spence Branch, it’s also a fun spot for water play and wading.

  4. 6 Ways to Hike to Clingmans Dome, Tennessee's Highest Mountain


    For casual to experienced hikers, here are six ways to reach Tennessee’s highest mountain, depending on your starting points in either Tennessee or North Carolina.

  5. Laurel Creek Loop - Hiking


    Five trails at Great Smoky Mountains National Park create this loop around and over Laurel Creek for a lengthy hike without steep elevation climbs.

  6. Chestnut Top Trail - Hiking


    This is the first hiking trail visitors come to when entering the Great Smoky Mountains National Park from Townsend, Tennessee, which makes Chestnut Top Trail easily accessible to anyone looking to hike the western edge of the park.