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Yogi™ in the Smokies +

317 Galamore Bridge Rd

Cherokee, NC 28719

(828) 497-9151

Imagine falling asleep to the sound of the Ravenfork River, a well stocked trout stream. Once you arrive at Yogi in the Smokies and are greeted by the Yogi Bear waving at you, your family fun has begun.

We have the perfect RV or tent site just waiting for you, tucked under the trees. Our bathhouses are award winning.

If you don’t want the ‘tenting experience’ or don’t have an RV, that’s not a problem at Yogi in the Smokies. We have cabins of all sizes and styles. Our basic Sleeper Cabins, give you a basic single room ‘log-style’ cabin with beds which can sleep up to 4 people, electricity, TV with cable channels and more. The Cherokee Cabins on riverside are our full amenity cabins which sleep up to 8 people, have full kitchen and bathroom with shower, covered porch with rocking chairs and a spectacular view of the river.

Kids of all ages love Jellystone Park and its available craft center, themed weekends and planned activities. Have you ever been on a Hey-Hey-Ride? Well, Yogi Bear is waiting for you to enjoy a ride with him…so put it on your ‘To-Do’ list while you’re staying at Yogi’s camp-resort.

For more information call toll free 877-716-6711 or 828-497-9151 or visit www.JellystoneCherokee.com 

Highlights & Happenings

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  • At the lowest elevation along the Parkway, visitors can hike, camp, fish, have a picnic, and see restored Battery Creek Lock from the Kanawha Canal.
  • Peaks of Otter, MP 86
  • With stunning views, natural beauty, and the surrounding Jefferson National Forest, it’s no wonder the Peaks of Otter area has attracted people to the region for more than 8,000 years.
  • Cumberland Knob, MP 217.5
  • Located near the Virginia state line, Cumberland Knob is the site where construction of the Blue Ridge Parkway began in 1935. It was the first recreation area opened to the public and remains a favorite destination for both locals and visitors. The m
  • Folk Art Center, Milepost 382
  • Open year round, the Folk Art Center on the Blue Ridge Parkway showcases the finest in traditional and contemporary craft of the Southern Appalachians.
  • Blue Ridge Music Center
  • The Blue Ridge Music Center is a state-of-the-art performing arts facility built to preserve and promote the historic music of Virginia and the Blue Ridge. The Blue Ridge region has produced more old-time and bluegrass musicians per capita than any o
  • Waterrock Knob, MP 451.2
  • An ideal spot for watching sunrise and sunsets across the rugged mountains, Waterrock Knob Visitor Center sits at almost 6,000 feet elevation. Exhibits, book sales, and a trail leading to the summit of Waterrock Knob await visitors. The last hik
  • Julian Price Memorial Park, MP 297
  • A majestic 4,200 acres at the foot of Grandfather Mountain, named in honor of Julian Price, comprises this popular park and lies directly adjacent to the Moses H. Cone Memorial Park. Together these parks make up the largest developed area set as
  • Parkway Road Conditions
  • An open Parkway is a safe Parkway. Be sure to check road conditions online or by phone before you travel and during your visit.
  • Camping
  • Camping is one way visitors traveling through the Blue Ridge Parkway can spend the night under the stars in one of America’s most beautiful natural settings.
  • Blue Ridge Parkway Directory & Travel Planner
  • The 67th edition of the Blue Ridge Parkway Directory & Travel Planner is your ultimate source for planning a trip to the Blue Ridge Mountains.
  • Hiking Trails
  • A journey on the Blue Ridge Parkway offers motorists spectacular views of Southern Appalachia’s diverse beauty for 469.1 uninterrupted miles.
  • Blooms & Wildlife Watching
  • Don't forget your cameras and binoculars when visiting the Blue Ridge Parkway! Learn when and where to see blooms along your journey.
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