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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, […]

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 […]

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, […]

Tax Free Weekend in Tennessee, begins at 12:01 AM on Friday, August 3rd and ends on Sunday August 5th at 11:59 PM. During this weekend, many back to school items, including school supplies, clothing and computers will all be tax free! If you’re coming to Tennessee on a trip during this time, you might consider […]

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 […]

Are you interested in antique cars or hot rods? Do you love chrome and engines and the smell of leather?  If so, you may want to come to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee this year for a car show!  Come and see some amazing vintage cars like Model T’s, Corvettes, Studebakers, Fords and Gold Wings. You’ll see many classics kept in pristine condition.  Here […]

The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is a true American treasure. It is the most visited of all of the national parks, receiving more than 10 million visitors every year. Located on the border of western North Carolina and eastern Tennessee, the park was opened in 1940 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Its area is […]