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

Smokies Stadium Hosts Spectacular Christmas Lights Show

Amazing Christmas lights decorations

Celebrate the holidays this year by enjoying a spectacular Christmas lights show in the Smoky Mountains! Shadrack’s Winter Wonderland at Smokies Stadium features millions of dazzling lights that are guaranteed to get you into the holiday spirit. Guests can enjoy this magnificent technicolor display from the comfort and warmth of their cars. Read on for everything you need to know about this can’t-miss attraction in East Tennessee. Continue reading

A Tennessee Smokies Baseball Game Offers Ballpark Fun for Under $10

Pitcher throwing baseball

For a great night out, head on down to Smokies Park in Kodak, grab a hot dog, and cheer on the Tennessee Smokies baseball team. Adult tickets start at just $7.50! The Smokies, a minor league affiliate of the Chicago Cubs, are the stars of the show, but there are many other reasons why families head out to the ballpark for some summer fun. Continue reading

Old-Fashioned Celebration to Welcome Spring in Townsend

Band_performing_music_at_Dollywood-OrginalWould you like to celebrate spring in old-fashioned style? If so, the annual Townsend Spring Festival and Old Timer’s Day is planned for May 2 and 3. Featuring bluegrass music, wildflower walks and cast iron cooking, this Smoky Mountain event is the first of many to celebrate the new season and the quieter side of the mountains. Continue reading