Smokies Visits About 9 Percent Ahead
Great Smoky Mountains National Park entered the fall foliage season with nearly 9 percent more visitors, year to date. Figures released by the National Park Service showed a 9.2 % increase over September 2011. Visits were up 8.9 percent through the first 9 months, meaning 602,000 more people have come to the Smokies this year than in the first three quarters of 2011. The park covers 500,000 acres on the Tennessee-North Carolina border and is the most-visited of the national parks.
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