White Squirrel Shoppe
Book "Going to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park" by Charles Maynard
When you cross into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, you enter a place filled with a bounty of plant and animal species. The area is also rich in human history from the early Cherokee Indians to the settlers who arrived in the 1700's. Learn about early-day logging and the park's creation in the 1930's. Hike the Trillium Gap Trail to the 1926 LeConte Lodge, where llama pack trains deliver supplies to this day.