Our Great Smoky Mountain National Park is free entry throughout the park. It was guaranteed free when the park, purchased by the states of Tennessee and North Carolina, and generous donors, was gifted to our national government on the condition that no one would ever be charged to enter!
Enjoy the Mountain Life Festival at the Mountain Farm Museum and Oconaluftee Visitor Center located at the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on U.S. Highway 441 near Cherokee in North Carolina on September 19, 2015.
“Celebrate the fall harvest as the Mountain Farm Museum comes alive with history. Demonstrators provide visitors with a glimpse into the past as they make soap, apple cider, sorghum molasses, hominy, music and more.”
Your local innkeeper and concierge will know interesting events near one of our unique Smoky Mountain Bed and Breakfast Inns. Be sure to ask for suggestions to plan your getaway into nature.
Janice, proud member of the Smoky Mountain Bed and Breakfast Association!