Where are the Smoky Mountains?

Answer The Smoky Mountains span the border between Tennessee and North Carolina. Filled with an abundance of plant and animal life, the Smoky Mountain range has a wide assortment of activity for the outdo... Read More »

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How did the smoky mountains get their name?

The Great Smoky Mountains is, according to the National Park Service, the most visited national park, but its name is somewhat misleading. The distinctive "smoke" of the Southern Appalachians is no... Read More »

Why are they called the Smoky Mountains?

The Smoky Mountains are the tallest mountains in the United States, east of the Mississippi River. Due partly to abundant rainfall and frequent cloudy conditions, these mountains have a great varie... Read More »

Animals in the Smoky Mountains?

The Great Smoky Mountains are part of the Blue Ridge portion of the Appalachian mountain range in the Eastern United States. The Smokies are a national park reserve, and parallel the state border... Read More »

How big are the Great Smoky Mountains?

The Great Smoky Mountains are part of the Appalachian Mountain range. The Great Smoky Mountains cover 521,621.15 acres. The tallest peak is Clingman's Dome, which is 6,643 feet above sea level, whi... Read More »