The Bud Ogle Cabin, built in the late 19th century by it’s namesake, Noah “Bud” Ogle, was a farm and cabin located in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The homestead consists of a cabin, barn, and tubmill, all of which were built by Bud Ogle.
It is the first location photographers will encounter at the start of the scenic drive and there is a large parking lot there. it is best early in the morning or on an overcast day. In mid April you will be able to frame the homestead using the many Dogwood trees on the property. Photo © copyright by Joseph Rossbach.