Cades Cove is one of the most scenic areas of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This one-way, 11-mile loop road takes you through the Cove at a leisurely pace and a self-guiding auto tour booklet interprets the various structures.
contains more historic buildings than any other location in theNational Park. Among the collections are a working grist mill, three churches, cantilever barns, and homes which reflect a variety of 19th century construction styles.
The Cable Mill area, located midway around the loop road, features a visitor center, operating grist mill, and other historic buildings and is the site for occasional special events and demonstrations.
The Cove is approximately 23 miles from Pigeon Forge. You might want to pack a picnic or pick up prepared food at an area restaurant or grocery store.
Historic Buildings in Cades Cove
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