The Wonder of Cades Cove
Cades Cove a Great American Adventure
If you’re looking for a new place to explore in America’s great outdoors, Cades Cove in Great Smoky Mountains National Park is waiting for you! Rich with history of early settlers, Cades Cove is an eleven-mile loop crossed by Sparks Lane and Hyatt Lane, both named after families who lived there. The pioneer life of the 1800s is still present with original log cabins, churches, and a grist mill. For your convenience, the settlement offers two stores and a campground, as well as horseback riding and bike rentals. If you like to hike, take the trail to Abrams Falls, where you might see river otters. There are two scenic roads exiting the cove, but make sure you’re ready to leave...they’re one-way only! Parson’s Branch Road is currently closed, but Rich Mountain Road is open from spring through fall. Whether you enjoy camping, hiking, history, or wildlife, Cades Cove has something for everyone. This guide from a Cades Cove enthusiast is exactly what you need to make your vacation memorable.
Format: 11 x 8.5 Color Casebound, 71 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Nov 03, 2018)
Genre: PHOTOGRAPHY / General