If you’ve been dreaming about having fun in the snow, then we’ve got the perfect activity for you! Head to the Smoky Mountains for a fun afternoon of snow tubing in and near Gatlinburg. Snow tubing is an exciting adventure for everyone from kids to adults. Here are 3 reasons to go snow tubing in Gatlinburg and the Smoky Mountains:
What can give you awesome thrills that the whole family will love? Alpine coasters in the Smokies can! The area has a great selection of Smoky Mountain alpine coasters that you should definitely look into on your vacation. There are mountain coasters in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg that each offer an exciting experience. Check out 5 of the best below:
With over 11 million annual visitors, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most popular national park in America! Most of the vacationers who come to the Tennessee-side of the Smokies choose to stay over in Sevier County, which is located right on the border of the national park. Sevier County is home to the best mountain towns in Tennessee. To help you make the most of your getaway in Sevier County, we've put together a guide to the five best towns in the Smoky Mountains.
Though most people come to the Smoky Mountains during the fall to admire the breathtaking fall foliage, it’s also a paradise for food lovers! Everything from warm apple cider to pumpkin-flavored favorites can be found here. During fall, locally grown apples, pumpkins, corn and more are brought into town to create some of the most delicious treats. Here are the top 8 foods you have to try in the Smoky Mountains in the fall:
There is nothing like fall in the Smoky Mountains! With over 100 species of native trees, the Smokies offer some of the most spectacular fall colors you’ll ever see. In fact, Gatlinburg, TN was recently named one of the top ten autumn destinations in North America. This time of year is especially popular because of the Smoky Mountains fall foliage, and you may be wondering about where you should go to see the incredible color changes. To help you make the most of your next vacation, we've put together a guide to everything you need to know about the fall foliage in the Smoky Mountains.
The Smoky Mountains are beautiful all year long, but there is something special about the way they come alive during the fall. You don’t want to miss your chance to visit during this beautiful season, so start planning your fall vacation today! From festivals and events to breathtaking fall foliage, there are so many things to experience in the Smokies! To help guarantee you have the best vacation, we’ve put together 4 tips for visiting the Smoky Mountains in the fall:
One of the best ways to experience the beauty of the Smokies is with a professional guided tour! After all, it is hard to admire all the incredible scenery while trying to focus on the road! Leave the driving to someone else as you sit back, relax and learn all kinds of great information about the region! As a bonus, you will get to visit plenty of unique locations that you might not have otherwise seen on your trip! Here are 3 of the best guided tours of the Smoky Mountains:
Are you planning a trip to the Great Smoky Mountains in the summer but you aren’t sure what you should do while you’re visiting? There are a ton of fun things to do in the national park! You can spend some time outside when you go on a hike or enjoy the beauty of the area from the comfort of your car. Check out these top 4 things to do in the Great Smoky Mountains in summer:
If you’ve ever stayed with us before, you have probably visited the Great Smoky Mountains. As one of the most popular national parks in the country, we thought you should know more about this beautiful area, especially since we are right next door! Here are 6 facts you should know about the Great Smoky Mountains:
Douglas Lake is located at the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. It stretches for 30,400 acres with a maximum depth of 140 feet. There is so much fun to be had at the lake, from swimming, to fishing, to boating. When you stay in our Smoky Mountain cabins, plan a day trip to the lake to see everything it has to offer! Here are the top 4 reasons to spend a day at Douglas Lake TN on your Smoky Mountain vacation:
Everyone loves when something new comes to the Smokies! We want to share some of the newest Smoky Mountain attractions with you! From new restaurants to exciting things to do, there’s a little something for everyone coming this year. Look at these 6 new Smoky Mountain attractions opening in 2020 you can’t miss:
See if you have what it takes to navigate through a labyrinth of mirrors in one of the fun mirror maze attractions in the Smokies! These awesome mirror mazes take the traditional funhouse attraction to the next level with incredible special effects, lighting, and other exciting elements! Here are 4 fun mirror maze attractions in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg you need to experience during your Smoky Mountain vacation:
A trip to the Great Smoky Mountains provides some of the best opportunities to take in the beauty of the fall season. Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge are popular destinations all throughout the year, but the fall colors in the Great Smoky Mountains attract millions of visitors each year. If you're planning a visit the the Smoky Mountains this fall in hopes of seeing some of the gorgeous fall foliage, we can help! Here are the top six ways you can see fall colors in the Smoky Mountains:
If you are a film or television fan planning a trip to the Smoky Mountains, you are in for a special treat! The Smokies are home to several unique attractions where you can relive some Hollywood history, view authentic movie props, and even mingle with the stars! Here are 3 fun Smoky Mountain attractions where you can experience a taste of Hollywood:
Whether you’re just getting started with your hiking hobby or you’ve done it many times, there are essential items you should take with you on a hike. You don’t want to leave any of these things, even if you’re going on a short hike because you never know if you’ll need them! Find out what 7 things you should bring when you go hiking in the Smoky Mountains: