Tennessee Wonderland: A Great Smoky Mountains Treasure from 1912-2001





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Published on Aug 18, 2013

This is Tennessee Wonderland, the film that shows a part of Elkmont that most tourists don't see when they look around at a different row of empty homes at the campground. The Wonderland area of Elkmont is somewhat hidden and is located up on a hill behind trees across from the river. Most people leave Elkmont thinking that they saw the row of homes that are shown in this film, and that's part of what makes this such a special part of Elkmont. It's very likely that far less than 1% of Elkmont's visitors even stop to see this specific area before they reach the campground.

Abandoned places are something truly special. Abandoned places hold a certain sadness that people who once roamed these structures had great moments in their lives. And it's even more sad to consider that many of the people who were once in what now are abandoned hotels have long since passed away. To some, an abandoned hotel is an empty building, but to others, it's a key to the past. I hope you enjoy Tennessee Wonderland.

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