Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge Area Information

Take a seat with your furry friend beside you in any of Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge pet friendly cabins in the mountains!When you are planning your stay in the Smokies, don’t plan to leave your four-legged companion at home! Having your furry friend with you will make your vacation even better! At Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals, we want you to bring your pet along! This list just names a few of our beautiful Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge pet friendly cabins, so make sure you check out our entire selection of pet friendly accommodations.

Kids having fun on a carnival CarouselFamilies who travel to the Smoky Mountains usually plan a day at Dollywood. This Pigeon Forge attraction serves millions of visitors every year. Since so many families visit the amusement park with small children, Dollywood makes it a priority to provide all of the necessary amenities for kids and parents. Make sure you take advantage of all of the conveniences Dollywood offers, so you can enjoy your day at the park!

The Old Mill in Pigeon ForgeVisitors to the area will appreciate the many great tasting restaurants in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. For families wanting to spice up their next dinner in the Smokies, Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals has compiled a list of some of the most unique restaurants in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg.

A lot has changed since the doors first opened to the Little Greenbrier School. Over 130 years ago, this building doubled as a church and school for the residents of the now ghost town of Little Greenbrier.

Pencils, brushes, paint, and other arts and crafts toolsJust three short miles from downtown Gatlinburg, visitors can enjoy many shops filled with Gatlinburg arts and crafts. In the Gatlinburg Arts and Crafts Community, they will find hundreds of items made the old-fashioned way -- by hand. The independent artisans who call the community home produce ceramics, fine art, basketry, candles, wearable fashions, quilts, treats, leather crafts, woodwork, glass products, jewelry and more. Many will visit with their guests, answer questions, demonstrate their skills, and explain their love for Gatlinburg arts and crafts.

Elvis Presley, one of the greatest entertainers in history, may have left the building in 1977, but his spirit still lives on in Pigeon Forge. The memories and recordings of Elvis Presley remain strong at the Memories Theatre in Pigeon Forge. Visitors with a love for Elvis who are looking for things to do in Pigeon Forge should definitely reserve a seat at this Pigeon Forge theater! You will not regret the opportunity to listen to entertainers and enjoy the true spirit of Elvis!

Group of men and women white water raftingWhitewater rafting in Gatlinburg is a favorite activity for visitors. While whitewater rafting in Gatlinburg, everyone can enjoy the majestic and breathtaking scenery as well as the amazing adventure. If you aren’t sure which place for whitewater rafting in Gatlinburg is the best for you, here are the most popular rafting adventures in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge.

Pigeon Forge stays popular year-round, with fall and summer being the most-visited times of the year. To pack for your Pigeon Forge vacation, you won’t need anything too extreme, but these are some things to remember!

Black bear cub playing on wood stockThe Smoky Mountain area is one of the few places in the United States where wild black bears can be found living in their natural habitat. While this certainly adds to the appeal of those who want to observe these animals from a safe distance in the wild, it can also be dangerous for those who don’t understand bears in the Smoky Mountains. If you see black bears in the Smoky Mountains during a hike or picnic, these tips from the National Park Service should keep your family safe.