Gatlinburg events

There is nowhere else in the world quite like Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Always a popular tourist destination, the town and its surrounding areas are known for providing visitors with beautiful views of the Smoky Mountains and a seemingly endless amount of trails to explore. Whether you like to hike, mountain bike, ride horses, or just relax, […]READ MORE

Starting at 12 a.m. on July 4, military officials, public safety officials and others will start off on a parade at the bottom of the Smoky Mountains to the cheers of bystanders. Started in 1976 as a testament to the 200th anniversary of the United States, this parade will be celebrating its 40th birthday in […]READ MORE

Imagine a vacation in the beautiful Smoky Mountains while simultaneously experiencing the magic of the Smoky Mountain Tunes and Tales festival. Adults and children love to take part in the festivities that include acting out parts in traditional Appalachian skits. People who love listening to bluegrass music are sure to find that a trip to […]READ MORE

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. […]READ MORE

Gatlinburg Arts and Crafts Festival Easter marks the arrival of the annual arts and crafts festival in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Members of the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community work hard all year to make unique country crafts reminiscent of life in this Smoky Mountain community. Some of the wares offered include hand woven baskets, quilts, dolls, […]READ MORE

  The annual Winterfest IN Gatlinburg event will begin November 7th, 2011 and will be celebrated through February 28, 2012. The festivities are diverse with revelers having the chance to experience Gatlinburg’s more than 2 million holiday lights, which will begin on November 9th. Other activities include the Festival of Trees featuring dozens of decorated […]READ MORE

If you will be in the Smoky Mountains in early July, don’t miss the 36thAnnual First Independence Day Parade in the Nation!  In Gatlinburg, TNthere will be a huge July 4th parade at 12am.  There will be over 100,000 viewers at the parade, and many members of the US Army, Air Force, Marines, Navy and the Coast Guard will participate this year.  There will […]READ MORE

Are you ready for ice skating, snow skiing, tubing, louging, snow ball fights and hot cocoa by a roaring fire?  Gatlinburg TN has all of that and more in the Winter season!  Winterfest goes through the holiday season, with plenty of activities and millions of glowing lights!  If you are planning a Winter getaway to […]READ MORE

Things to do for kids in the Smoky Mountains The Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee are an amazing adventure for kids and adults!  Take a look at the following ideas for things to do with your family in the Smoky Mountains on your next vacation. 1)      Ripley’s attractions including the Amazing Mirror Maze, the Gatlinburg Aquarium and […]READ MORE

GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE – Tennessee Moonshine will be available legally for the first time when Ole Smoky Distillery opens for business in Ole Smoky Holler at 903 Parkway in downtown Gatlinburg. The distillery will have a grand opening celebration on Friday, July 2 and will offer free tours, free samples of moonshine to adults over 21, […]READ MORE