Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials have announced they are selling parking tags for its “Park it Forward.”
WVLT-TV in Knoxville reports that the parking program will go into effect on March 1 and require parking tags for some of the park’s most popular spots.
“Park it Forward is crucial to the future of the park and its resources,” said Superintendent Cassius Cash. “Parking tag sales will provide critically needed support to protect and enhance the visitor experience, not just for tomorrow, but for generations to come.”
Tags will be available per vehicle and cannot be transferred.
Those interested can buy the annual pass for $40 here. All revenue from the sales will go directly to the park.