Cades Cove Preservation Association Everything on this website is for your personal use only. Any other use is prohibited. Please Do not copy or publish in any form or means including photos or stories with in this site except with permission Only. This site may be freely linked but not duplicated in any fashion without consent. Our Mission The Cades Cove Preservation Association, Inc. (CCPA) has been established to preserve the heritage of the Cades Cove community, located in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Lendel Abott Tolling The old Cades Cove Bell This site has many pages of Cades Cove photos (old pages and news will not be deleted), history, genealogy, current events about Cades Cove Preservation Association "CCPA" & Cades Cove. If you would like to help the CCPA in preserving the heritage, we welcome you as a member in our Cades Cove surrogate community. Thank you for visiting. "CC" ~ Cades Cove "CCPA" ~ Cades Cove Preservation Association Residency/Membership in the surrogate Cades Cove Community of the CCPA is available for everyone desiring to join and who share our vision for preservation. We will be more than happy to extend a hand of welcome.
Kermit Caughorn "Mr. Cades Cove" Last resident of CC Located at 1004 East Lamar Alexander Parkway, Maryville, TN (Across from Blount Memorial Hospital) The museum is operated by volunteers of the Cades Cove Preservation Association Since 2005 Free Admission Donations welcomed Open Wednesday through Saturday 10:00 to 3:00 Closed Sunday, Monday & Tuesday Other days & hours by appointment 865.982.0705 From a post card owned by G.M. Tipton-Oliver Home taken in 2006 by Jim Dull Becky Cable house before being relocated An article written by Linda Albert 1946-2009 Before your next trip to Cades Cove visit where you can view artifacts from those who lived in Cades Cove. Other times available with notice The CCPA is grateful to Blount County
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Possible opening date June 17th. ( please note this opening date may change ) We are in the process of finding the sanitizer that is at a reasonable cost (very costly), sanitizing stations. We must stay with in the guidelines to keep everyone safe. The following museum guide lines will protect you and the staff/volunteers-(most of which are well over retirement age or have other health issues. we are a 501(c)3, we do not receive funding from ANY outside source, we rely on donations and the sale from our little store. ~Only1 family in the building at a time-limit of 5 people. ~Staff will be wearing masks and we ask that you also wear a mask. ~After a guest has left, we will lock the doors long enough to sanitize the counters and other areas that are in need. We have missed seeing our members and guests. We look forward to seeing you as soon as it safe to open. Thank you for understanding Gloria Motter