Embarking on a journey through the heart of the Great Smokies is an experience like no other, and with Smoky Mountains Jeep Tours, you get to witness this majestic region in all its glory. Our tours are meticulously designed to capture the essence and beauty of the Great Smokies, from its soaring peaks to its lush valleys.
SMOKY MOUNTAINS NEWFOUND GAP TOUR
- Knowledgeable, Professional Guides
- Perfect for History Buffs and Heritage Tours
- Breathtaking Views of the Smokies
- Photo Opportunities
- Groups Welcome
- Border Between Tennessee and North Carolina
- Limited Parking Onsite
- Departing from Pigeon Forge
- Guided Tours starting in Pigeon Forge, through Gatlinburg and into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
- Tennessee side of the Smokies
- Adults Ages 13+
- Child Ages 12 & Under
The Best Scenic Adventure in the Smokies!
Venturing into the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains is an experience that remains etched in the memories of travelers. Within the vast expanse of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, our service, Smoky Mountains Jeep Tours, offers a unique and immersive way to explore this iconic region. Curated to provide an intimate view of the park’s majestic landscapes and hidden gems, our Great Smoky Mountains tours are more than just sightseeing — they are an invitation to connect with nature’s grandeur. Led by knowledgeable guides, every twist and turn reveals a new story, making our Jeep tours a must-do for those seeking the true essence of the Great Smoky Mountains.
The Newfound Gap’s principal fascination is its dazzling perspective. During the spring months, enjoy views of wildflowers as far as the eye can see. As summer approaches, views of rolling and layered green shades can be seen. The fall highlights lively harvest-time tones. The colder time of year uncovers the genuine size of the Great Smoky Mountains after its leaves have fallen.
You’ll arrive at Newfound Gap, which is almost one mile above the ocean guided by our friendly tour guide. You will see part of the powerful Appalachian Trail followed by Rockefeller Memorial, the place where U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt remained to commit the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on Sept. 2, 1940. Your visit closes with an exhilarating, seat clenching experience back to base! Your local guide has been expertly prepared to give you an encounter not at all like some others in the Great Smoky Mountains!