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New Cherokee National Forest Map

Waterfalls, roadside attractions and day trips in the Cherokee National Forest are the focus of a new map designed to make it easier for visitors to enjoy Tennessee's largest tract of public land. At 650,000 acres, the Cherokee National Forest actually covers more of East Tennessee than the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Using a simple design, the new "Cherokee National Forest Adventure Map" takes this 10-county region of the Southern Appalachians and highlights the features that are most likely to appeal to families and first-time visitors.

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