Glamping in the Great Smoky Mountains

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A subset of the Appalachian Mountains, the Great Smoky Mountains lie in the southeast of the United States, straddling the border between North Carolina and Tennessee. Protected under the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, these mountains are home to rich eco-systems of diverse plant and animal life and a one-of-a-kind Southern Appalachian mountain culture. As America's most visited National Park, the Great Smoky Mountains truly have something for everyone throughout all four season. From the synchronous fireflies that light up the night sky and the famous Tennessee black bear, to stunning drives or hikes like Newfound Gap Road, these mountains are a truly enchanting place for a glamping getaway.