Winter Road Status
During winter, roads in the park may close due to snow and ice, especially at night when water from melting refreezes on roads. For road status information please call (865) 436-1200 ext. 631 or follow road updates at http://twitter.com/SmokiesRoadsNPS. More »
A Waterfall In Your Classroom?
How would you like to have a waterfall in your classroom? Or seven hundred and fifty white tailed deer, a million blooming wildflowers, and the largest collection of historic log buildings in the east? You can have all of these and more when you use the park as your classroom to share the stories and science of the Great Smoky Mountains with your students.
Parks as Classrooms
The park offers teachers a wide variety of fun and free curriculum-based programs.Read More
Expand your teaching skills at one of our teacher workshops.Read More
Science Learning Center
Learn about the park's Appalachian Highlands Science Learning Center at Purchase Knob.Read More
Programs and Special Events
Explore the wonders of the park with a Ranger.Read More
Your students can explore Great Smoky Mountains National Park without leaving your classroom!Read More
Institutes and Field Schools
Great Smoky Mounains Institute at Tremont and the Smoky Mountain Field School offer a variety of educational programs in the park.Read More