The Cades Cove Loop twists for 11 miles through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a beautiful drive with a scenery of the mountain pinnacles and its lavish, moving greens. Europeans settled the Cades Cove zone somewhere in the range of 1818 and 1821. Today, guests to Cades Cove can appreciate the biggest assortment of memorable structures in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. When venturing to every part of the grand circle street, plan to get out and visit the reestablished structures that incorporate three holy places, log homes, cantilevered horse shelters, and a working mill.

There are few places in America more beautiful than Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains. This is one of the most popular destinations for you and your family to come to visit in the Smokies. You have the ability to witness the beauty of nature and wildlife while on your tour through Cades Cove. It is not uncommon to come across white-tailed deer, seeing a black bear, coyote, groundhog, turkey, raccoon, skunk, and other animals are consistently there for you to enjoy.

You can see original landmarks and structures from the European settlers who first arrived and made Cades Cove home in 1812. At every turn, you will see the tranquility and truly beautiful landscape that Cades Cove has to offer.

Also, during your trip to Cades Cove, you will be entertained by our staff and learn fun facts, interesting history while on your trip. We want to make sure that every trip gets the most out of every tour!

We have also included stops along the way for you to get out and actually enjoy some of the greatness the Smokies have to offer. Walk around local shops and stops along the way.

DONT FORGET THE PIE!
Every trip includes a stop at a local eatery for a homemade fried pie! If you like pie – just imagine what pie is like once it has been fried!

We look forward to you enjoying the best tour in the smokies on our Executive Shuttle Bus! Please book now or give us a call with any questions.

Have an amazing day!