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My wife and I found this road an interesting drive. I would not go out of your way, but if you are close-by it's something to see. The road windes back through the mountains a few miles and then just dead-ends into an unfinished tunnel...More
If you're like me and love creepy stuff, this is definitely a worthwhile stop! It really doesn't take super long to explore it, especially if you stick strictly to the tunnel/road and don't do the trails (although I would like to do the trails if...More
This is a family friendly place it's a short walk from the parking area all paved and level.
The tunnel can be a little scary for little ones so bring a flash light.
Theres a loop trail and several side trails.
We took one down...More
Found out about this from another tourist and decided to check it out. Like the other reviews..don’t follow GPS! We went back in town and followed the signs. There is some vulgarity in the tunnel as far as graffiti is concerned. Still overall pretty neat....More
I had heard about this for years and finally experienced it. The oddest and creepiest experience we’ve had in the GSMNP. If you have young children, there is vulgar graffiti on the walls where you can see light. The rest of the tunnel you’ll need...More
While in the area I decided to check it out and noticed there were some hiking trails too. The scenic drive gives you gorgeous views. Plus point is they have a couple of pull over spots to take photos. Be aware this is an isolated...More
It is quiet and again interesting. However there needs to be an information sign. If we hadn't read about the Road to Nowhere we wouldn't of know the history.
If you decide to walk all the way through either bring a flash light or turn...More
We were leaving Cherokee and decided to take a detour to visit the road to nowhere. I’m very happy we did! Don’t follow gps, use the map on the website. Beautiful overlooks and we loved walking through the dark and long tunnel! We plan to...More