Subject: Re: Great Smokey Mountain National Park
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April is before the summer tourist season (when schools are out), but still be wary of weekends.

April should have some flowers in the lower elevations & creeks ...the Azaleas, Mountain Laurel and 
Rhododendron up on the Balds don’t pop until mid-June.  I forget when the Rhotos pop in the
valleys - probably May?

FWIW, do make it a point to use the NPS ranger stations for info.  Sugarlands has a good counter &
staff to 
get recommendations and ask questions, including current status on what stuff is blooming where, etc.