Touring Cades Cove
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As visitors descend on the Smoky Mountains they are looking for things to do that are unique and fun. Many folks think of Gatlinburg attractions first. For those who are in search of unique and memorable adventures that are less traveled, we suggest a way to help you unwind on your next Smoky Mountain vacation. A Cades Cove tour via Jeep or Hummer is just what the doctor ordered . There are few places in smoky mountains like Cades Cove, a place of serene beauty where visitors can literally step back in time.
As you set out from Gatlinburg you will want to allocate at least a couple hours for this adventure. From Gatlinburg it is roughly 27 miles to Cades Cove, the loop around Cades Cove is another 11 miles. Motorists are given the great opportunity to sightsee from the convenience of their car. Some visitors rent bikes and do a cycling tour of the area.
Black Bears are often seen in Cades Cove
Cades Cove is famous for being the place that visitors see more Bears, Deer, Turkey as well as other indigenous wildlife, it is a perfect place to visit. There are many pull offs around the Cades Cove loop, Be sure to bring your camera so that you can take some awesome photos of you and your family. One of my favorite things to do is to pack a small picnic lunch so that the family and I can pull off some place and have a quiet few moments away from the world. It is the perfect place to unplug from society and just breathe.
Rent a Jeep from Southland Jeep & Car Rental, Gatlinburg’s #1 Jeep Rental to begin your next Smoky Mountain Adventure, At Southland Jeep and Car Rentals, we believe in the personal touch, for reservations please Call (865)436-9811 keep an open mind when considering things to do in Gatlinburg. A Jeep, Van or Hummer are great ways to explore and experience the Mountains.