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dave17352

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Posted: 10/09/20 06:28pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Ok I have the car reserved thanks!!!!


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The park is easy, it is Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg that is challenging to drive.


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you can take the tram anywhere you want to go really cheap from the camp site all Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg and you don't need to navigate traffic

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If you explore the park, rent the car and do a favor to all the rest of the visitors. Yes, you can get around with the C, but it is slower, takes more of the road and more of the pull-overs than the auto you can rent.

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Here now. I may say I am very glad I have rented the car. The park and the town is just one heck of a lot easier in the car. With enterprise they picked me up and will drop me back off at our camp. Super handy indeed. There are many places I would go with just my rig. This is one I would not want to.

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Glad to hear it. Have fun.

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dave17352 wrote:

Ok I have the car reserved thanks!!!!


You'll be happier - in our experiences with National Parks, some of the scenic turnouts can only handle a dozen cars (if that many) - being in a car might mean the difference between seeing something spectacular, and being forced to drive on due to not enough parking space for an RV.
Have a great trip!

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