Stone Cabin in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

In one area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park was one of many overviews and rest areas. This large one had incredible vistas and trails at about 5,000 ft elevation.  Here was what looked like a wood cabin but it was cleverly made out of stone layers. Nearby was a bronze plaque dedicating the park to the people of Tennessee, North Carolina, the Federal Government and Laura Spelman Roosevelt and John D. Roosevelt who had donated the lands.


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Written by JessButtery

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