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Road to Nowhere, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
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  • Our family is always up for doing something a little offbeat. This fits the bill. When staying in Bryson City for a vacation during Thanksgiving a few years ago, we went for a drive. Drove out to see ...  more »
  • After taking the trip to the Fontana Dam. We went to the road to nowhere. It's all sad. Most of the people that were promised the road are no longer living. The boat takes them to the old cemetery sit...  more »
  • The drive on the road to no where was beautiful, the scenery was breath taking. The tunnel was ok my young grandson did not like it. I really don't think I will be going back