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We're planning a trip to the park (Tennessee side, not NC) with our 2 yr. old daughter. I don't even know where to begin in terms of deciding where to go! We'll be in the area for a day or two, so we'll need to pick just a few places to visit within the park.

We're looking for ideas that wouldn't involve miles of hiking since we will have a toddler with us. Scenic spots, easy trails, etc.

Any suggestions?

Thank you! :)

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