Smoky Mountain ExclipseAre you looking for a unique and exciting experience in the Smoky Mountains? If so, don't miss visiting the area on August 21, 2017 to experience a complete solar eclipse. This rare phenomenon hasn't taken place since 1979 and can only be witnessed in a few areas of the country. Fortunately, one of the most spectacular places on Earth to view the solar eclipse is the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. The National Park Service is expecting high attendance for the event, so you should start planning your trip as soon as possible. Popular areas of the park where the eclipse can be viewed will be Newfound Gap, Clingman's Dome, and Cades Cove. The park has sent out noticeeclipse smokies.jpg that depending on visitation, these and other areas of the park may close for a short period of time if they reach capacity. The eclipse in the national park and surrounding areas is estimated to happen at 2:30PM EST on August 21, 2017.

Vacation rentals are filling up quickly for this rare event, so if you haven't made reservations yet, hurry! We don't want you to miss out! You can view our available cabin and resort rentals HERE.