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Kodak, Tennessee




Each year over 9 million people visit The Great Smoky Mountains along the Tennessee-North Carolina state border from the LIttle Pigeon River at Pigeon Forge, Tennesse, northeast to the Little Tennessee River. 


Kodak, Tennessee has grown from just a spot on the road between Sevierville, Tennessee and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee to a destination in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains where visitors find great shopping, lodging, dining, and adventure!









Kodak, Tennessee offers it's own piece of Smoky mountains history. The Kodak Flourmill was built in 1916 and represents Sevier County's agricultural history. The Kodak Milling Company was the first major flourmill in operation in Sevier County. 


  Near the Kodak Mill is a marker describing the Treaty of Dumplin Creek which was signed on June 10, 1785 at Henry's Station (recently lost). This treaty made between John Sevier, Alexander Outlaw and Daniel Kennedy and Cherokee chiefs Ancoo of Chota, Abraham of Chilhowee, The Sturgeon of Tallassee, The Bard of the Valley Towns and some thirty others made it possible for Sevier, Knox and Blount counties to be settled without resistance.​


​Not far from Kodak, Tennessee ,Gatlinburg, Tennessee offers one of the nations's top ranked ski resorts, a charming downtown shopping experience, and the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts CommunityThe nearby Great Smoky Mountains towns of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee , Cosby, Tennessee, and Sevierville, Tennessee offer shopping, dining, live entertainment and the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts CommunityWears Valley, Tennessee, Cade's Cove, Tennesseeand Townsend, Tennessee, offer spectacular Smoky Mountains vistas as well as hiking, rafting, fishing, golf, camping, and many more Great Smoky Mountains vacation adventures. 

To the east in North Carolina the towns of Asheville, North Carolina features the world famous Biltmore Estate and Bryson City, North Carolina offers the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad as well as outdoor adventures including camping, hiking, kayaking, rafting and much more.  Just to the north east of Bryson City, Cherokee, North Carolina, the ancestral homeland of the Cherokee Indians, offers natural beauty, family attractions, outdoor activities including Museum of the Cherokee Indian, the Cherokee Botanical Garden and Nature Trail, and Harrah's Cherokee Casino.
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