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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, […]READ MORE

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 […]READ MORE

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 […]READ MORE

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 […]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 Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee is one of the most romantic places in the world and if you and your partner have been promising each other a quiet weekend away,Timber Tops cabins in Gatlinburg has everything you need to make your Gatlinburg getaway perfect. Whether you are looking for a romantic 2 bedroom chalet in Pigeon […]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

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 […]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