Independence Day Sidewalk Sale in Pigeon Forge

There are no lack of events to take part in while in Pigeon Forge, and Independence Day is no exception to that rule. From July 4 to July 8, 2012, an Independence Day Sidewalk Sale will take place at the Pigeon River Crossings on Teaster Lane. Vendors will be participating in this event, giving you opportunities for great prices on an abundance of souvenirs. The nearbyGatlinburg cabins are a short distance from this event, ensuring everyone can participate in all of the events occurring on Independence Day and throughout the week.
The entire family is welcome at the sidewalk sale, and there is even going to be an Independence Day fireworks show that the kids will love. You can find great items from local vendors, experience the sights and sounds around you, and then enjoy a great finale to the Independence Day holiday. The fireworks take place nearby many of the Gatlinburg cabins that are available, and the continuing events of the week are all within a stone’s throw of these areas.
The Independence Day Sidewalk Sale is a great start to an entire week of events in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. The Pigeon River Crossings Mall will be open throughout the week for shopping as well. Get the entire family together and experience Tennessee as you never have before. These events will be well worth the trip, but don’t hesitate to check out other great areas around Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, as you’ll be guaranteed to want to come back. Enjoy the beauty and convenience of local Gatlinburg cabins while having the vacation or day-long getaway of a lifetime. For more information, contact the Pigeon River Crossings mall at (865) 453-7316.

Forbidden Caverns in the Great Smoky Mountains

Spelunkers can have a field day in Tennessee, a state that is home to more than 8,350 caves, the most of any of the states. Heading the list of must-see caves in the Volunteer State is the Forbidden Caverns at Servierville, which is just a short drive from Knoxville or Gatlinburg.

See stalagmites and stalactites as well as formations that resemble corn cobs and eggs fried sunny-side up and formations that are still growing. Colored lights enhance these formations, making some appear eerily beautiful while appropriate music plays in the background. A guided tour on trails that include handrails takes about an hour in temperatures that are at a constant 58 degrees year-round.

The first visitors to the caverns were believed to be local Indians who sheltered there while searching for good hunting grounds in the Great Smoky Mountains. Later visitors included moonshiners who set up stills in the caverns because the water was so plentiful and the location isolated for the time.

Today, tourists can stay in a Gatlinburg cabin while visiting this attraction, which opened to public viewing in 1967. The caverns are open daily, except for Sundays, from April through November. If you are in the Gatlinburg area on a hot July day, picture yourself keeping cool in the Forbidden Canverns, supposedly named after an Indian princess lost her way in an area that was forbidden to her.

Dollywood Festival of Nations Celebration

Located deep in the heart of the Smoky Mountains, Dollywood has entertained America for over twenty years. Known for its wholesome blend of family entertainment and thrilling rides, this amusement park hosts musical and theatrical acts throughout the year. Dollywood has numerous festivals throughout the year, starting with the Festival of Nations.

Running from March 24 to April 30, this exciting festival brings international entertainment to the Smoky Mountains like Dollywoods Festival of Nations. This year will feature Spirit of the Dance, an Irish dance troupe, along with Celtic, Russian, Bavarian, Ecuadorian, Argentinian, German, and African music.

Dollywood is located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, only a few minutes from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Families can rent a Gatlinburg cabin and enjoy Tennessee’s natural beauty while taking advantage of Dollywood’s international arts and entertainment. Dollywood works with Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg cabin rental companies to offer package deals that offer deep discounts from families on a budget, including savings for members of the armed forces and returning guests.

A visit to Dollywood during the Festival of Nations offers an unforgettable experience of music, dance, food, and art from around the world combines with Tennessee’s hospitality and natural splendor. Make your reservations today.

Gatlinburg Gateway Triathlon

Are you living in the Gatlinburg, Tennessee or staying in Gatlinburg cabin rentals and are and looking for something fun to do? You should consider participating in the third annualGatlinburg Gateway triathlon. The triathlon will take place at the community center at 8:15 A.M. This event is open to anyone who is over the age of 15. The triathlon will consist of swimming, running and cycling. You do not have to be in a professional athlete to participate. However, you should be in decent shape. This event will require you to swim a half mile, cycle for 20 kilometers and run for five kilometers.
If you are interested in participating in this event, you should call 865-436-4990 for more information. You will certainly be glad that you choose to participate in the Gatlinburg Triathlon. Not only will you get a great workout, but you will also be able to meet new friends. Again, if you are interested, you should not delay. Call today so that you can register and prepare for this amazing race. After the race, why not take time to relax in Gatlinburg cabin rentals courtesy of Timber Tops cabins.

Music of The Mountains Celebration

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park will be holding their 7th annual ‘Music of the Mountains’ celebration this April 8th through April 10th, in the beautiful town of Townsend, Tennessee. Featuring the beautiful smoky mountains as the backdrop, this three day concert of music and fun is a great family get-away especially for music lovers.
These rich and colorful concerts shine a light on Southern Appalachians traditions and music, making it a one of a kind celebration that is sure to entertain. The three day concerts feature a variety of music, singing, and instrumental acts across three different venues. This is a great time to check out some Gatlinburg cabin rentals to make your stay in the Smokies truly memorable.
The Good Thymes Ceilidh Band will be the opening act on Friday at the Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center, followed by events at the Sugarlands Visitor Center on Saturday, and a final concert on Sunday evening at the W.L. Mills Conference Center.
There are many Gatlinburg cabin rentals you can stay at in the area, including Timber Tops cabins. Saturday’s events are free admission making this a budget friendly event for the entire family. The concerts on Friday and Sunday do charge a small fee to attend, to find out further information or to reserve tickets contact 865.448.0044.