Great Smoky Mountains: Chimneys Picnic Area
Ever wondered what a picnic with a 4,3,2 & 1 year old on the side of the mountain is like? Just keep watching. Also included in the video is information about Chimneys Picnic Area and why we love it!
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It is located in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park closest to the city of Gatlinburg. There isn't an exact address online, but if you type Chimneys Picnic area into google maps or your GPS you will be able to locate it.
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Little River is a river in Tennessee which drains a 380-square-mile (980 km2) area containing some of the most spectacular scenery in the southeastern United States. The first 18 miles (29 km) of the river are all located within the borders of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The remaining 33 miles (53 km) flow out of the mountains through Blount County to join the Tennessee River at Stock Creek and Fort Loudon Lake in Knox County.
From just below Elkmont, the Little River runs parallel to State Route 73, also known as Little River Road, which connects the two major Tennessee entrances to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park: those in Gatlinburg and Townsend. The stream, like the road that follows it, is quite sinuous. The road is built on the bed of the Little River Railroad that was used for logging purposes prior to the establishment of the park.
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Along the course of Little River are several small waterfalls which feed into the river, which especially strong during wet weather. One waterfall, Meigs Falls, is visible from the road and is provided with a parking turnout. Additionally, there are parking turnouts for trails leading to numerous places. About midway between Gatlinburg and Townsend, Little River enters a relatively flat area known as Metcalf Bottoms, which developed along an oasis of soft phyllite amidst the more predominant sandstone. The park service has established a picnic area at Metcalf Bottoms, providing an attractive area for summer picnics and wading.
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