Throughout the year, the staff at Ripley’s Haunted Adventure in Gatlinburg promise to bring a hauntingly good time to all who visit. For the month of October, in honor of Halloween, the spooky crew has decided to turn up the notch a bit to bring guests the 15th annual Ripley’s Fright Nights. With a New Orleans twist, this year’s Gatlinburg event is sure to create a thrilling adventure for all who are brave enough to visit. Continue reading
The perfect combination of art and functionality, the handcrafted stone and pottery pieces at Buie Pottery shop in Gatlinburg is a must visit for any Smoky Mountain vacationer. Whether you are looking to buy a special gift, or want something new for your home, Buie’s Pottery is the perfect shop for you! Continue reading
Not your average Mexican cantina, the No Way Jose’s in Pigeon Forge is one of the highest rated mexican restaurants in the Smoky Mountains. Every meal at this Pigeon Forge restaurant begin with fresh, made in house salsa with warm crunchy tortilla chips. From there guests can choose from one of No Way Jose’s mouth-watering entrees like their sizzling fajitas or over-stuffed fajitas. Continue reading
Legend tells of a Native American princess living in what is now East Tennessee, who was lost in a “hollow mountain of two streams”, a dark cavern “which is forbidden”. Today, visitors can explore the mysterious caves that were so feared hundreds of years ago. Located right around the corner from our Pigeon Forge cabins, Forbidden Caverns is a one of a kind attraction located under the Great Smoky Mountains.