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French Broad River Helicopter Tour
This flight takes you over the French Broad River. You'll see the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the beautiful Douglas lake in the distance. This flight covers 8 miles. From 1200 feet above the ground you get a great birds eye view of the surroun"""This flight takes you over the French Broad River and rolling hills of Sevier County from 1200 feet you will see a beautiful panorama of the Smoky Mountains country side. This flight is 8 miles. Be sure to bring your camera."title=Highlights&1=Choice+of+morning+or+afternoon+departure&2=Enjoy+fantastic+aerial+views&3=Family+friendly&4=Multiple+times+offered+throughout+the+day&5=Tour+is+wheelchair+accessibleFlexible"Sevierville
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The Douglas Lake View Helicopter Tour
"Our Lake View flight will extend you past the French Broad River and take you out to Douglas Lake. Douglas Lake is a 33000 acre man-made lake with over 450 miles of shoreline. This flight will get you up to 1500 feet in altitude allowing you to get a superb view of the Great Smoky Mountains towards the South. Along the route you will see areas of farmland and quilt-like patterns of pastures. As you get closer to Douglas Lake you will fly next to Douglas Dam. On most days you are"""Our Lake View flight will extend you past the French Broad River and take you out to Douglas Lake. Douglas Lake is a 33000 acre man-made lake with over 450 miles of shoreline. This flight will get you up to 1500 feet in altitude allowing you to get a superb view of the Great Smoky Mountains towards the South. Along the route you will see areas of farmland and quilt-like patterns of pastures. As you get closer to Douglas Lake you will fly next to Douglas Dam."
From $38.00
 
RainForest Adventures Zoo Admission
"Does someone in your family enjoy watching the Animal Planet or the National Geographic Channel? Then RainForest Adventures Zoo is a must see while in the Smokies. RainForest Adventures has the widest range of species of any zoo in Easter the RainForest is open year round rain or shine and it is always 76 degrees inside the RainForest! Home to hundreds of amazing and unique live animals from around the world you will be amazed as you turn every corner with well over 100 species of animals. Focusing mainly on the tropical creatures visitors come face to face with crocodiles beautiful tropical birds giant pythons and a host of other fascinating animals.  Have a look at the Australian Bearded Dragons and Frilled Lizards! Crikey!! RainForest has the distinct honor of housing two different species of lemurs from Madagascar as well as o
From $13.00

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Civil War history at the Gap

Cumberland Gap was both a lookout point and a strategic hold of the south during the civil war. It was referred to as the Keystone of teh Confederacy and both sides felt that an invasion by the other...
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Earthworks

The original earthworks dug by Confederate soldiers remain along Cumberland Gap. When driving to Pinnacle Overlook, you'll see a sign indicating a civil war historic site. Here a short trail leads to...
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