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All reviews scenic drive laurel falls sugarlands visitor center twists and turns cades cove elkmont campground great drive pull over speed limit enjoy the scenery metcalf bottoms picnic area small water experience nature take your time photo ops numerous places beautiful nature
I love the twists and turns of Little River Road. It's an excellent place to see some of the rapids and waterfalls of the park without leaving your car. It's one of the best drives in the park. There are also some excellent hikes along...More
My husband and I visited the great smoky mountain national part from Oct 29 to Nov 1 2018. The Little River Road was in full colors -red, yellow, orange and green. A fantastic view all along the road. We pulled off the road in many...More
This river will capture your interest and not let it go. The rapids and quiet pools are what artists paint. There are pull over spots along the course to allow close-up viewing and see some kayaks go by. Great drive.
I highly recommend making this drive part of your trip. It's a one way road with steep hills, but it's so worth it. The sound of the rolling weather & nature as you drive through. We saw several bears on our drive. The speed limit...More
This is a really old question but Little River Road is a right turn off of Hwy 441S/Newfound Gap Road. It is about 2 miles from the Gatlinburg entrance. It runs in front of the Sugarland Visitor Center. Google Maps refers... More
This is a really old question but Little River Road is a right turn off of Hwy 441S/Newfound Gap Road. It is about 2 miles from the Gatlinburg entrance. It runs in front of the Sugarland Visitor Center. Google Maps refers to it as Fighting Creek Gap Road.
Little River Road becomes Laurel Creek Road at the Townsend Wye.
Laurel Creek Road/Little River Road goes to Cades Cove.
I answered this because a lot of people use Google Maps and it is good to know the other names of these roads to end any confusion they may have.