While we have been over the mountain my times while stay in the Smoky Mountains we have never been to this farm. It is well maintained and you can tour it at your own speed. There is a stream that runs along the property which just adds additional charm to the area. Kids would love the freedom of chasing a... 更多
I remember coming to this place with my mom and dad when I was just a little kid and now no have the pleasure of bring my son to see what it looked like to live all that long ago. The buildings have been well taken care of outside of some slight vandalism by people who just have no sense... 更多
The Mountain Farm area and buildings are authentically maintained, safe, and wonderful to tour. This is the kind of place where kids can explore and you can still keep an eye on them. Very nice historical perspective.
Great information and very authentic looking mountain farm. Beautiful area and it gives a great presentation of what life on a farm would be back in. The early 1900s. This is a must see for children to help them understand what a early American mountain farm was like. A must see!!! You can check this out in about an hour... 更多
We used to stop here regularly when I was a kid. I took my children here recently and was glad to see that it still looked good. It's a simple walk and a beautiful stop in the Smokey's.
Site behind the Oconaluftee Visitor's Center featuring some old cabins, barns and storage houses used by early settlers in the area. Interesting to see how those people lived. Short hike to everything from the visitor's center. Can also get info and go the the restroom at the visitor's center.
Not a bad way to spend some time. Its directly behind the visitor center. It offers a neat look back at living in the Great Smoky Mountains. There is also a large creek flowing on the walk up.
We did a leisurely walk around this area. Some elk crossed the Oconaluftee River while we were there, but we only saw a couple after they had crossed. We did see other elk in the area, which was a pleasant surprise!
Interesting visit: in July & Sept they have enactments of farm life We enjoyed a self guided tour of the buildings and a walk by the creek.