With its new AnaVista tower, Anakeesta now offers some of the tallest views in downtown Gatlinburg.
And now, you can take in the views of Anakeesta from anywhere in the world! You can also get a view of Firefly Village.
2. Cabins USA
Cabins USA offers a live view of the Parkway in Pigeon Forge.
This view shows the area near the Titanic Museum along the main strip and is a great way of getting a glimpse of the traffic in Pigeon Forge.
3. Clingmans Dome (GSMNP)
Clingmans Dome is the highest point in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, reaching an elevation of 6,643 feet.
With the Clingmans Dome webcam, you can view current conditions and compare the difference between a good visibility day compared to a bad visibility day.
On a clear day, guests can see a view of the mountains that spans over 100 miles.
4. Dollywood Eagle Cams
Dollywood is home to the largest exhibit for non-releasable Bald Eagles in the United States.
The eagle cams at Dollywood are one of my personal favorite views around the Smokies, because if you’re lucky, you might just be able to watch a baby eaglet grow up before your very eyes.
The Dollywood eagle cams are presented by the American Eagle Foundation.
5. Gatlinburg SkyLift Park
The SkyLift Park webcam offers a beautiful view of the mountains.
Watch guests at SkyLift Park board the lift with a beautiful bird’s eye view of the mountains in the background.
6. Gatlinburg Space Needle
The camera at the Gatlinburg Space Needle overlooks the Gatlinburg Parkway and the Great Smoky Mountains.
This camera gives viewers an insight to current Gatlinburg traffic conditions.
7. Hearthside Cabin Rentals
Hearthside Cabin Rentals offers views of the Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge areas from a few of their cabins.
Get a sample of a beautiful mountain view from your cabin before you go!
8. Newfound Gap
Newfound Gap, according to the National Park Service (NPS), is the lowest drivable pass through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
The Newfound Gap camera shows a live view to the Southeast as well as current weather conditions.
Digital images from web-based cameras are updated about every 15 minutes.
9. Look Rock (GSMNP)
Get a beautiful view of the mountains from Look Rock. This site also shows current air quality, visibility and weather conditions.
This camera is located on the edge of the park at mid-elevation with potential views of iconic landmarks such as Mount LeConte and Cades Cove.
10. Ober Gatlinburg
Ober Gatlinburg offers not one, but two views of The Smokies. One view shows activities at Ober Gatlinburg, and the other shows a mountain valley view from Ober.
11. Patriot Getaways
The Patriot Getaways cameras offer two views. One view shows Knotty Nest, which overlooks Pigeon Forge.
The second camera is above Smoky Mountain Escape Games. The Wheel at The Island in Pigeon Forge is visible in this live view.
12. Purchase Knob (GSMNP)
The camera from Purchase Knob looks northeast and shows the mountain view along with current weather conditions.
13. Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies
If a penguin cam doesn’t bring a smile to your face, I’m not sure what will.
Watch these flightless birds play around in the water at Ripley’s and check in on your friends if you can’t make it to the aquarium in person.
14. Rowdy Bear Mountain Coaster
The panoramic view from Rowdy Bear gives viewers an up close and personal view of the track at Rowdy Bear Mountain Adventure Park in Gatlinburg.
A panoramic shot of Rowdy Bear shows viewers the track as well as nearby landmarks.
15. Twin Creeks (GSMNP)
The Twin Creeks camera offers a view of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park at an elevation of about 1,932 feet.
This view is updated about every 15 minutes.
WATE also offers views of Pigeon Forge from their towercam, which is a great way to check current weather conditions of the area.
17. WonderWorks Pigeon Forge
The WonderWorks webcam is a view of their building and its parking lot. So, if you’re considering a day at WonderWorks, the WonderWorks webcam can offer some insight to how crowded it might be.
What’s your favorite live view of the Great Smoky Mountains and Sevier County? Let us know in the comments!
Courtesy of the Smokies.com