Soothing Streams of Life

In the Smokies high country, over 85" of rain falls on average each year, feeding over 2,100 miles of rushing mountain streams and rivers that flow through the park.

Water is the life-giving flow to plants and animals alike. As a result, both flourish in the Park. The very sound and sight of moving water in the Smokies soothes the soul and spirit.

It should be no surprise that Jesus equates the new life He offers to living water. His invitation to humankind is “Come.” And let the one who hears say, “Come.” And let the one who is thirsty come; let the one who desires take the water of life without price. (Revelation 22:17)

Are you thirsty for more than what this world offers? Then come and drink from the living water that never runs dry.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park


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