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Here is the latest on the Chimney Tops 2 Fire.
LeConte Lodge and Elkmont Undamaged by Fire

Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials have announced that LeConte Lodge, the popular backcountry lodging facility at the summit of Mount LeConte, and the Elkmont Campground and Historic Districts sustained no damage from the fire activities in the park on Monday evening. Some Elkmont buildings sustained roof damage from falling trees caused...
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Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials have closed all facilities in the park due to the extensive fire activity and downed trees.
Gatlinburg Area Fire Update

Sevier County, City of Gatlinburg, and Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials have reported widespread fire damage and continued fire activity throughout the Gatlinburg area and much of Sevier County including Wears Valley, Pigeon Forge, and Jones Cove. Gatlinburg City officials have reported numerous structures completely lost to fire including businesses...
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Park Fire Update

Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials reported additional fire activity including the Park Headquarters area and a spot fire between Elkmont and Newfound Gap Road off of the Sugarland Mountain Trail approximately 1 mile south of the Husky Gap Trail intersection. The park has closed the Gatlinburg Bypass and Little River Road from Sugarlands Visitor Center to Metcalf ...
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Park Fire Update

Park fire crew numbers responding to the Chimney 2 Fire have continued to increase over the course of the weekend. Currently park firefighters have been joined by firefighters from Utah and additional support resources have been ordered, including an incident management team along with 4 hand crews (total of 80 people) and air support. The additional crews are expected to...
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Park spokesperson Dana Soehn discusses the current fire situation in the Smokies.
Park Fire Update

At approximately 11:35 a.m., Great Smoky Mountains National Park received notice of a fire 150 yards behind the Twin Creek Picnic Pavilion off Cherokee Orchard Road. National Park Service firefighters and the Gatlinburg Fire Department have responded to the area. The Tennessee Division of Forestry is also responding to the area to stage equipment for use as needed. All...
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Park Closes Roads and Trails due to Chimney 2 Fire

Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials have closed Newfound Gap Road, Cherokee Orchard Road, Elkmont Road, and several trails due to the Chimney 2 Fire. The fire has grown to approximately 500 acres in size overnight due to extreme, sustained winds over 20 mph. National Park Service fire crews are focusing on suppression efforts to...
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We are honored that nationally renowned singer and songwriter, #DollyParton, is helping #SmokeyBear, the National Park Service, and US Forest Service #preventwildfires in the Southeast.
Wild Turkeys are very common in the Smokies. They are most often seen in the low elevation valleys in open fields or along the roads. They travel in flocks and spend most their time searching the ground for food such as nuts, berries, and insects using their strong feet to clear away the leaves. Did you know that Benjamin Franklin wanted the Wild Turkey to be our national symbol instead of the...
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Feeling guilty after eating too much food? Looking for alternatives to shopping stress and chaos? #OptOutside this Black Friday and come take a hike!
Hunter and turkey at Halls Cabin, 1907. #ThrowbackThursday #Thanksgiving
With over 800 miles of trails, there is so much to discover in the Smokies! Whether you hike one mile or twenty, #OptOutside this Black Friday and immerse yourself in the rich natural and cultural history of the area!
Planning to #OptOutside on Black Friday? Come take a stroll in the park! The park has over 800 miles of trails to explore throughout the year with every season offering its own special rewards.

“The Thanksgiving holiday weekend offers a perfect opportunity for people to build memories with friends and family along a trail,” said Superintendent Cassius Cash. “Take some time to enjoy the...
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Tools for fighting wildland fires have changed little since 1941. #ThrowbackThursday
The smoke from surrounding wildfires has definitely made things hazy over the past week, but it couldn't diminish the majesty of this view from Clingmans Dome!
Park Closes Trails Due to Small Wildfire

A Great Smoky Mountains National Park firefighting crew continues to monitor the 0.25 acre wildfire burning near the summit of the Chimney Tops Trail. The fire currently remains within the containment area established by the crew yesterday. Trails are expected to remain closed through Tuesday, November 15.

Closed trails include: Chimney Tops Trail,...
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We are still celebrating the 100th birthday of the National Park Service here in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This past summer, Ranger Josh and Ranger Erin, along with some local high school interns, set out across the park (and neighbor parks) to film the BioBlitz Dance. In addition to celebrating the centennial anniversary of the NPS, the dance also represents the the human diversity...
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