Self Guided Auto Tours - Self guided tour booklets are usually available for a minimal fee at the entrance to the valley.
Hiking - Just to mention a few we have the Cataloochee Divide Trail, Asbury Trail, Pretty Hollow Gap Trail, the Rough Fork Trail, and the Little Cataloochee Trail (many, many more).
Camping - There is a fee, there are 27 campsites available at the Cataloochee Campground however they are first come first served. There are also designated backcountry camping sites (permit only), there is group camping.
Horseback Riding - There is a horse camp, sights must be reserved visit www.recreation.gov for more details.
Fishing - You must have a North Carolina or Tennessee fishing license to fish with in the park, which can be obtained in surrounding communities or online from either state. Cataloochee Creek, Caldwell Creek, and Palmer Creek are great places to fish.
Historical Buildings - You can see a School, Churches, Barn, Homes and Historic Cemeteries. A brief description is given in the Self Guided Tour Booklets.