Do you love buying fresh local produce? If so, there’s no better place than the Smoky Mountains to find homegrown fruit and vegetables to enjoy all summer long. Back by popular demand, the Gatlinburg Farmer’s Market will open for its fourth season on May 17. Vacationing families who are looking for things to do in Gatlinburg on the weekend will have no shortage of fun through September 13, when the market will close for the season. Continue reading
There are a million things to see in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, so it always helps to travel with an expert! This spring, naturalist Jamie Matzko and wildlife biologist Keith Watson will be offering free guided tours of the park through the Gatlinburg Special Events Department. Jamie and Keith know everything there is to know about the national park, so this Gatlinburg event is an incredible opportunity to see the Smokies like never before.
Planning to get away for a girls’ weekend or couple’s vacation? Warm temperatures, gorgeous blooms and annual events make April the perfect time to get away to the spectacular Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee with your best friends or sweetheart. Some of the best events in the Smokies are scheduled for this spring. From crafting events to unique festivals, there’s plenty to see and do. Continue reading
The East Tennessee Mountains are being taken over by dragons and monsters for one day only. In celebration of the cultural heritage of spoken storytelling in the Appalachians, a World Storytelling event in Gatlinburg is scheduled to dazzle all ages. Continue reading
Do you love to fish? Do you consider yourself a skilled fisherman or fisherwoman? Well, it’s time to put those skills to the test at the 2014 Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament. Continue reading