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Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail For an intimate experience of the Great Smoky Mountains’ lush mountain wilderness, don’t miss Roaring Fork Nature Trail! Along this five mile long narrow and winding road you’ll have the opportunity to discover some of nature’s secrets, and to learn the story of the people who once lived here. Rushing mountain streams, old-growth forest dominated by cove hardwoods and hemlocks, cascades, rapids and falls adorn the roadside, with many easily accessible hiking trails. Well preserved log cabins and other historic buildings can be found,

and at the end of Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail you will find Ely’s Mill, a family owned and operated grist mill built in 1925. To access Roaring Fork, follow the Parkway to Gatlinburg, traffic light #8. Follow the Historic Nature Trail Road to the Cherokee Orchard National Park entrance. Slightly beyond the Rainbow Falls trailhead is the one-way Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail. Please note that buses, trailers, motor homes and bicycles are not permitted on the motor nature trail. Page 3


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Cade’s Cove

Settlers first entered the Cove legally after an Indian treaty transferred the land to the State of Tennessee in 1819. Year after year they funneled through the gaps, urged on by the lure of a scenic and lush mountain valley. Most of the settlers traced their way down the migration route from Virginia into Eastern Tennessee (now more or less Interstate 81). Tuckaleechee (modern Townsend) was the last point of supply before the leap into Cades Cove. A few years later, pioneers moved directly over the mountains from North Carolina. They came equipped with personal belongings and the tools and skills of an Old World culture, enriched with what they learned from the Indians. By 1850, Cades Cove supported 685 members of 137 households. The Cades Cove community was important to the settlers in a rural society. It was an extension of the household by marriage, custom and economic necessity—a partnership of households in association with each other. In sum, the “good life” in the Cove was realized through industry, frugality, neighborliness and loyalty. Today, Cades Cove is one of the most popular locations in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This 11-mile loop follows the old wagon road trail and visitors can see deer, turkey and black bear, plus the historic settler’s homes, barns and churches, preserved as they were when Cades Cove became part of the Park.

History of Great Smoky Mountains Park The extraordinary biodiversity of the Smoky Mountains was recognized in the early 1900s, but that was many years before the Great Smoky Mountains National Park would become a reality. Logging interests stripped much of the region of timber. Becoming alarmed by the commercial logging threats to the forests, Congress finally authorized the Park in 1926. Land acquisition was difficult as more than 85 percent of the Park was owned by lumber and pulpwood companies. The Great Depression made collection of private pledges problematic. Even with the influx of public funds, monies were short. The Rockefeller family donated five million dollars to complete purchase of the lands that would become the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, one of the first National Parks assembled from private lands. This significant contribution is honored in the Park at Newfound Gap.

Agreements had been instituted, allowing the continuation of logging operations, but the last tree was felled in 1938. On September 2, 1940, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt officially dedicated the Park. Now encompassing more than 521,000 acres, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is home to one of the nation’s largest collections of rustic architecture. The Park contains more tree species than northern Europe, and more than 200 species of birds and 60 mammals make it their home. In accordance with the National Park Service mission (the preservation of natural and cultural heritage), most of the Park is now managed as wilderness.

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