The Cades Cove Loop, located a few miles beyond the Townsend Park Entrance is one of the magnificent sights in the park. With the added bonus of being easily accessible – even for those with mobility issues – the loop offers something for everyone.
Cades Cove is perhaps the most-visited destination inside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The one-lane, one-way Cades Cove Loops Road travels around the cove to hiking trails, historic buildings, the John Cable Grist Mill, and chances for beautiful scenery and horseback riding. Here are a few things to do in Cades Cove. #travel #nationalpark #greatsmokymountains #cadescove #tennessee #GoForaDrive