Great Smoky Mountains' Best Photo Spots

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park, located in the southeastern United States, has a rich history that dates back centuries. The area was once home to indigenous Cherokee people who lived off the land and utilized the abundant resources. In 1934, the park was established, becoming America's most visited national park, known for its stunning landscapes, diverse flora and fauna, and the preservation of Appalachian culture.

Check out a few of our favorite photo spots below. For a more comprehensive guide, download the Fotospot App to access our offline guides that work even when you don't have an internet connection!

Little Greenbrier School

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Spruce Flats Falls

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Emerts Cove Covered Bridge

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John P Cable Drive Thru Barn

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Mountain Farm Museum

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Mingo Falls

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Willow Man Troll Sculpture

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Soco Craft & Tower

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Newfound Gap

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Shuckstack Fire Tower

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Alex Cole Cabin

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Charlies Bunion

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Ben Morton Overlook

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Alum Cave

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