Some of the many reasons to vacation or live in the Cobbly Nob and Gatlinburg areas of Tennessee: The beauty of the view and the amazing scenic beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
No wonder that this is THE most visited national park in the entire country. Combine hiking and camping in this beautiful scenery with all the activities and shopping in Pigeon Forge, you have a great location for a family vacation. All of this – and SEC football and basketball at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville! Go Vols!
Be sure and check out some of the information on this page for cabin rentals and resorts – to find some amazing deals on lodging in this area – many with these kinds of views that we have here.
Maybe it is the economy, but I am amazed at how cheap some of these beautiful mountain cabins deals are going for – and it seems that every rental company is using cut throat pricing to fill empty cabins. Hope you can find a great deal – so you can come visit!
The Flickr Slide Show of Our Photography of The Smokies
It is also a great place to indulge one of my favorite hobbies: Photography. Below is a slide show I have on Flickr of some of my favorite shots of the Smoky Mountains and the area around Cobbly Nob and Gatlinburg.
You will notice that a lot of my photos were taken right from my own balcony where the Cobbly Nob TN Webcam is located. Actually, we’ve driven and hiked all around the Smokies – and it always seems to come back to the best panorama view is from our balcony!
Just click the big Play button in the middle of the screen to start the show. If you want to watch this full screen, just click the small icon in the lower right corner of the slide show.
If you want info on each slide, just click Show Info at the top of the slide show. You can set the speed of the show under Options.
Click the Play Symbol – Then sit back and enjoy the show!
I am constantly adding to this photography collection – so you are welcome to view it as often as you like!
You are also welcome to leave comments about the photography below.
PS: For more of my photography beyond the Smoky Mountains, just click www.Good-Photo.com.