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.
Everyone has their own way of celebrating the new year. This year, if you’re planning to celebrate in a Pigeon Forge cabin, take some of these ideas to make your New Year’s Eve party even more fun:
Is there really anything better than driving through Pigeon Forge to see all of the holiday lights while you're on vacation at a Pigeon Forge cabin? We don't think so! This time of year, the Smoky Mountains are covered with millions of Christmas lights across the area, and a number of visitors come to stay in the Smokies just to see the beautiful lights!
This holiday season, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and his friends are joining the Smoky Mountain Christmas festival at Dollywood! The beloved Christmas television classic comes to life as Rudolph, Clarice, Bumble the Abominable Snow Monster, and Yukon Cornelius come to Dollywood for delightful character experiences you won’t find anywhere else.
Anyone who would like to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday in a most unique and entertaining way should plan to attend the Titanic Museum's 3rd annual Fireworks Extravaganza. Read on for everything you need know about this amazing Thanksgiving event in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
Everyone from the tiniest of tots to their grandparents will enjoy a magical holiday experience at the fabulous Country Tonite Christmas Show. The amazing performers in this special Christmas show in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, will fill you with the wonderful spirit of the season.
Come on out to The Island this October for some holiday fun at this family-friendly Halloween event in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. All of the area shops, restaurants, and attractions will be festively decorated and geared up to offer some spooky amusements to the hundreds of visitors expected to attend. Read on for everything you need to know!
Few things are as unforgettable as the rich baritone of Don Williams. The legendary country star is well known for his intimate classics and beloved story songs. Previous hits for the crooner include the favorites "You're My Best Friend," "Amanda," "Good Ole Boys Like Me," "Lord I Hope This Day is Good," "I Believe in You" and "Tulsa Time." Those visiting Pigeon Forge this October will be able to experience the country legend in person when the Country Music Hall of Fame star performs his concert in Pigeon Forge at the Country Tonite Theatre.
From September 22 through November 1, Dollywood will be celebrating autumn with the annual Southern Gospel & Harvest Celebration. With a treasure trove of crafters and gospel musicians visiting the park, this Dollywood festival in Pigeon Forge is one of the best fall events in the Smokies.
Come one, come all and experience the Hot Rod Roundup! The 2014 Shades of the Past car show in Pigeon Forge TN is revving up for its 31st year. This hugely popular event will return to the Smokies on September 5 - 6 with even more classic cars and family fun.