Spring in the Smokies means many things. It is the time of year where the bears and the wildlife in the Great Smoky Mountains national park begin to wake up. It is also the time where locals and visitors can wave goodbye to drab and heavy winter coats, and say hello to light and comfortable warmer-weather clothing. However, most importantly this is the time of year where everywhere you look your eyes are met with the vibrant hues of the thousands of beautiful Smoky Mountain Wildflowers!
The Smoky Mountains are well known for their annual magical light shows and stunning Christmas displays, and this year is no different. Families looking to experience the breathtaking holiday lights for themselves will be pleased to visit Shadrack’s Smoky Mountain Christmas show at Smokies’ Stadium in Sevierville.