Great Smoky Mountains National Park: LeConte Lodge By Derek Anderson, Joel Anderson, 2017
- Great Smoky Mountains National Park: LeConte Lodge
One of the reasons why Great Smoky Mountains National Park receives about 11 million visitors per year (more than any other National Park) is because the park truly does offer something for everyone. A major destination for hikers, bicyclists, kayakers, fishermen, birdwatchers, campers, and other “roughing it” nature enthusiasts, the park also offers a pleasant vacation destination for those who prefer the comforts of a warm bed and four walls. LeConte Lodge offers living quarters at 6,400 feet above sea level and is the highest guest lodge in the eastern United States (and you'll have to hike up to your accommodations). Anderson Design Group depicted the romance of the lodge in this handcrafted, turn-of-the-century illustration. Order this National Parks poster as a framed art piece, canvas banner, metal sign, or set of notecards. And to learn more about the park, visit the Great Smoky Mountains Association.