Smoky Mountain Caves & Caving

Smoky Mountain Caves & Caving offers hours of opportunity to explore remarkable sights


Smoky Mountain Caves & Caving are a quite interesting way to discover the Smokies.  Temperatures are much cooler inside these caves, so dress warmly.

 

smoky mountain caves & caving

 


Forbidden Caverns – 455 Blowing Cave Rd, Sevierville, TN 37876

Guided tours last approximately one hour.  You will learn information on the formations in Forbidden Cavern as well as interesting local history tied to the cave.  In addition, the temperature in Forbidden Caverns is a constant 58 degrees, so bring a light jacket for the tour.
www.forbiddencavern.com


Tuckaleechee Caverns – 825 Cavern Rd, Townsend, TN 37882
Tuckaleechee Caverns opened to the public since 1953.  The cave is wired with electric lights. One of the most remarkable sights in Tuckaleechee is an area of the cave called the Big Room.  This is a room 400 feet long, 300 feet wide and over 150 feet deep at its deepest point. You will especially enjoy an awe-inspiring sight in the cave — the 200 foot high double waterfall.
www.tuckaleecheecaverns.com

Hiking Trails