Gatlinburg, Tenn. (PRWEB) July 03, 2013
Planning out your Smoky Mountain vacation, but unsure where to go for the best scenic views? Look no further than Diamond Mountain Rentals’ list of ‘five must-do’ things to do in the Smoky Mountains.
Along with taking a driving tour and enjoying a picnic, Diamond Mountain Rentals suggests vacationers spend the day hiking in Gatlinburg. With over 150 trails to choose from, ranging in difficulty from easy to strenuous, a hiking adventure is the perfect way for families to experience the natural beauty of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
“Whether visitors choose to go on a hike, pack a picnic or drive around sightseeing, there are so many fun things to do in the Smoky Mountains for families,” said a spokesperson for Diamond Mountain Rentals. “In Gatlinburg we are surrounded by beauty, and we want to make sure that all visitors to the area have a chance to experience the natural wonders of the Great Smoky Mountains.”
On top of the awe-inspiring views of the Smoky Mountains, many of the trails for hiking in Gatlinburg take adventurers passed roaring waterfalls. The trail Diamond Mountain Rentals highlights the is Laurel Falls hiking trail. A 2.6 mile round-trip hike perfect for all ages, Laurel Falls leads hikers to an 80-foot picturesque waterfall.
Looking for other scenic things to do in the Smoky Mountains? Diamond Mountain Rentals also suggests visitors to check out one of the many historic buildings scattered throughout the Smoky Mountain area. For instance, a tour of the old rustic cabins in Cades Cove are the perfect locations to experience a piece of history while enjoying the beautiful mountain scenery.
Diamond Mountain Rentals also suggests wildlife sightseeing as another family-friendly thing to do in the Smoky Mountains. Reported wildlife sightings include deer, turkeys, raccoons and the famous black bears. The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is home to over 65 different species of mammals and 200 species of birds. Diamond Mountain Rentals encourages visitors to bring binoculars and cameras when looking for wildlife, but also to use caution when encountering wild animals.
After a fun-filled day of scenic things to do in the Smoky Mountains, Diamond Mountain Rentals is happy to provide visitors with a relaxing Gatlinburg cabin. Here, guests can continue their adventure of scenic mountain views from the comfort of their secluded porch at their Gatlinburg cabin, or unwind with family in front of a warm fire or in a bubbling hot tub.
Locally owned and operated since 1996, Diamond Mountain Rentals offers guests the absolute finest cabins in Gatlinburg. To show their support for their continued service, Diamond Mountain Rentals offers all military, police and emergency responders a 10 percent discount, excluding holidays. Their offices are located at 239 E. Parkway, Gatlinburg, Tenn. For additional information on Diamond Mountain Rentals, visit their website at http://www.diamondrentals.com, or give them a call at 1-888-430-4060.