Water, water, everywhere!

Enjoy the rivers, streams and waterfalls in the Smokies all year!

There are over 2900 miles of rivers and creeks in the Smoky Mountains.   The first thing most folks think of are the mountains, but what would the Smokies be without the streams and waterfalls?   There are lots of ways to enjoy the water in the park.
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Waterfalls!

There are more than 100 prominent waterfalls and cascades within the park boundaries.   Many are only a short hike away.   Our own agent  Keith Garnes is an expert on waterfalls if you would like to know how to get to any of them.

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Fishing!
You can fish for trout all year in the Smokies.    The park offers a wide variety of angling experiences from remote, headwater trout streams to large, cool water smallmouth bass streams. Most streams remain at or near their carrying capacity of fish and offer a great opportunity to catch these species throughout the year.
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Spectacular Riverfront Listings:

338 S Highway 32 , Cosby, TN 37722

$327,000  ID#: 214419
2 BD/2 BA, 1,600+ sq ft, log cabin,  4+ acres of beautiful land, & right along the border of the Great Smoky Mtns. Nat’l Park. Currently on a well-established rental program.  More info
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$299,900  ID#: 189860

Located along the pristine Middle Prong of the Little Pigeon River, which has been declared by the State of Tennessee to be cleanest river in the entire state of TN.   More info
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