The Look Rock webcam on the National Park Service's website includes views of Cades Cove in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. As of 2015, the National Park Service does not offer a webcam feed directly from Cades Cove itself.Continue Reading
To locate Cades Cove on the Look Rock webcam, click the Landmark link at the bottom center of the webcam image on the National Park Service website. Cades Cove is on the right side of the image, located 8 miles from the webcam.
From the webcam image, viewers can navigate to a map of the area covered by the webcam, current weather and air quality information and archived images from the webcam dating from February 2000.
The Look Rock webcam includes views of Clingmans Dome and Mount Le Conte in addition to Cades Cove. The webcam is located at midelevation on the western edge of the park in Tennessee. The site updates with a current still image every 15 minutes.
The National Park Service currently has two webcams located in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The second is at Purchase Knob in North Carolina. Both cameras offer a view from a scenic overlook that includes sweeping views of fall foliage in the autumn months. The Look Rock webcam's views stretch as far as 90 miles on a clear day.Learn more about Geography