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Noah Bud Ogle Cabin
Reviewed September 2, 2014

You will not want to miss the Noah Ogle place on the Roaring Forks motor trail. This is the first cabin on the right. The old home is a beauty for pics in any season. You never know what might be in them either. ;)

3  Thank Shona S
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Reviewed September 1, 2014

This was an interesting little stop on our way to the Rainbow Falls trail head. Parking is easy with an adjacent lot. The park has a well-stocked bin of brochures (50 cents, honor system) for those who would like to read a little more about the buildings' specific history. The buildings themselves are well maintained and an interesting little bit of history right there in the midst of the National Park. There are adjacent rails which we opted not to take since we were on our way to hike the falls.

1  Thank SweetJLee
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Reviewed August 30, 2014

We stumbled upon this hike when the kids were small. Since then it has become my all time favorite hike when in Gatlinburg. It is not very steep nor very long perfect for little kids. I love the little self guide it talks about Noah's life, the plants that grew around there, what he did, how they survived on the side of a mountain, very cool!

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Reviewed August 27, 2014

The Noah Ogle cabin is a well-preserved piece of history. There are several outbuildings nearby. A trail leads to a pleasant walk in the woods across rocks and streams.

Thank pkmsMissouri
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Reviewed August 26, 2014

The Bud Ogle cabin is a well-preserved piece of history. A trail nearby leads into the woods and across a small stream. The trail can sometimes be hard to see, but it is a good way to get away and enjoy the peace and quiet that these earlier residents had all the time.

Thank pkmsMissouri
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