smoky mountain cabin rentals

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

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park will be holding their 7th annual ‘Music of the Mountains’ celebration this April 8th through April 10th, in the beautiful town of Townsend, Tennessee. Featuring the beautiful smoky mountains as the backdrop, this three day concert of music and fun is a great family get-away especially for music lovers.

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,

Tucked among the rolling hills of eastern Tennessee like a Great Smoky Mountain black bear nestled in its winter den, Gatlinburg has a rich historical heritage. Gatlinburg drew its first settlers, the Ogles of South Carolina, in 1807. Today Gatlinburg’s cabin rentals allow visitors to experience the same natural beauty that lured those early settlers, whose descendants

Did you know that the Smoky Mountains has a natural phenomenon that occurs only one other place in the world?  For a couple of weeks in early summer in mid June (4ththru the 12th), a rare species of fireflies come into the Smoky Mountains to do synchronized blinking.  This species has an internal sensor that lets them know when another firefly is lit.  The

Cades Cove was once a remote place in the Great Smoky Mountains. Nature abounds here and the loop affords spectacular views of the mountains and fields.  Many deer call the Cove home, and many people have seen bear here as well.  One of the few ways through the Smokies and into the cove was along Indian trails. Some