Of the 17,904 acres that burned in November’s wildfires, 11,410 were within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Those acres represent only 2 percent of 522,076-acre park.
Of the 17,904 acres that burned in November’s wildfires, 11,410 were within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Those acres represent only 2 percent of 522,076-acre park. Handout Pigeon Forge Department of Tourism
Of the 17,904 acres that burned in November’s wildfires, 11,410 were within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Those acres represent only 2 percent of 522,076-acre park. Handout Pigeon Forge Department of Tourism

East Tennessee vacation haven still thrives in wake of November wildfires

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