#1 Adventure Attraction in the Smokies
Your Smoky Mountain Adventure Begins here at Smoky Mountain Jeep Rentals! We lost count of how many thrilled families, groups and individuals that we have provided the best part of their vacations with several years ago, but our commitment to providing the literal and metaphorical vehicles for those adventures is stronger than ever. We would very much like to invite you and your group for a memorable adventure in the Smokies with one of our jeeps!
When you choose a jeep from Smoky Mountain Jeep Rentals, all the attractions of the Smokies are unlocked for your accessibility. Want to road trip up and down the major mountain roadways? Want to drive through and on up and through and up some more and then down, down, down into Cherokee, North Carolina? You have the right vehicle for it! Want to drive to Townsend to see the famous Wye river and Little River Road connecting to Gatlinburg, you’re going to enjoy it.
What are some places we recommend taking a jeep trip out on? Take a look:
1. Smoky Mountain Road Trips
Everyone loves Newfound Gap, Chimney Tops, Metcalf Bottoms and Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail. Explore the side roads, look for opportunities called New Era Road, South New Era Road, the Foothills Parkway, the Missing Link. Our office is located in Walden’s Creek and it is a beautiful area to explors. Between Wears Valley and Townsend offer some interesting alternative paths that lead to interesting places, sights and memories, even if they don’t have anything there but the beauty that surrounds you in the Smoky Mountains. Pack a Picnic, find a unique spot!
2. Cades Cove
Cades Cove is one of the crown jewels of the Smoky Mountain National Park, a revered remnant of much older Appalachian culture and a destination no one adventuring through the Smokies should miss. The Cove is an 11-mile one-way loop road that you access through nearby Townsend and, combined driving and all, would make half a day’s worth of gorgeous Smoky Mountain atmosphere at least. Hiking trails, preservation buildings and wildlife sightings are the key things that make Cades Cove a must-see destination and you’ll need to visit https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/232488 to get a much more full scope of what Cades Cove can provide for a Smoky Mountain Jeep adventure.
3. The Island
Of course, not everything about a jeep adventure in the Smokies is confined to the National Park itself. For an afternoon or evening with a broad yet high quality, varied and refined array of fun for kids and adults, The Island in Pigeon Forge is one of the best mainstream attractions we have in the city for a reason. This is our big city square and you get dozens of gift shops, candy stores, specialty stores and others, several eateries and restaurants, a huge lighted fountain that “performs” several times a day, interactive attractions, rides, special events and the huge ferris wheel (The Smoky Mountain Wheel) that you’ve been seeing in the distance since you got to Pigeon Forge. See how The Island can provide adventure opportunities at https://islandinpigeonforge.com/.
4. The Titanic Museum
Yes, sometimes the adventure takes us to unexpected places and the famed RMS Titanic from history is one of those places you can go to with our Jeeps in the Smokies! The Pigeon Forge Titanic Museum is, if you can believe it, one of the classiest and fully featured attractions we have in the Smokies. Not only is the museum richly dedicated to its subject in a way few museums in the South are, but it is also dedicated to providing a number of experiences, events, activities and more to surrounding subjects – nautical life, life in the 1900s, British culture, Irish culture, modern culture, modern tech and, yes, more. See why a museum devoted to The Titanic is one of Pigeon Forge’s greatest attractions at https://titanicpigeonforge.com/.
Stay tuned to our blog and Facebook here for other Smoky Mountain adventure ideas to come soon!