Wilderness Wildlife Week 2015: Free Workshops, Guided Hikes, and More

Black bear cub in a tree in the Great Smoky Mountains

One of the most beloved Smoky Mountain traditions is returning next year! The 25th annual Wilderness Wildlife Week will bring thousands of visitors to the Smokies for eight days of free workshops, guided hikes, lectures, musical performances, and more. All of the events celebrate the beauty and history of the Great Smoky Mountains and the surrounding region. Timber Tops has put together a convenient guide with everything you need to know about Wilderness Wildlife Week 2015. Continue reading

Everything You Need to Know About the Pigeon Forge Christmas Lights Tour

Brightly colored strand of Christmas lights on a snowy tree outside

Is there really anything better than driving through Pigeon Forge to see all of the holiday lights while you’re on vacation at a Pigeon Forge cabin? We don’t think so! This time of year, the Smoky Mountains are covered with millions of Christmas lights across the area, and a number of visitors come to stay in the Smokies just to see the beautiful lights! Continue reading

See Santa Claus in the Smoky Mountains at These 4 Christmas Attractions

Santa Claus and little girl

The magic of the Christmas season truly comes alive when your children have the opportunity to see and meet Santa Claus up close and personal. Watch your children’s faces light up with joy and excitement when you bring them to see Santa Claus in the Smoky Mountains at any of these holiday attractions. Continue reading

Meet Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer at Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas Festival

Sparkly Christmas tree made of lights

This holiday season, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and his friends are joining the Smoky Mountain Christmas festival at Dollywood! The beloved Christmas television classic comes to life as Rudolph, Clarice, Bumble the Abominable Snow Monster, and Yukon Cornelius come to Dollywood for delightful character experiences you won’t find anywhere else. Continue reading