Known for their majestic appeal, flock of tourist attractions, unique culture, and country charm, the Great Smoky Mountains allure many to travel to Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Sevierville, Tennessee, year after year. Whether you’ve been here many times or are planning a first-time trip in the future, we invite you to take a moment to learn a bit about our Smoky Mountain history. With a rich cultural background, these southern Appalachian mountains helped shape the area into the welcoming and scenic retreat it is today.
Ladies, what is one of the things you look forward to most in the year? Hmm, we’re placing our bet on getting together with your girlfriends. After all, it’s always nice to grab lunch, catch up, and feel that sisterly love. But sometimes, it’s just not that easy. Some friends live in different cities or states, and others never seem to have the time in between raising a family, working overtime, or bonding with their partner. And as much as you love your family and the men in your life, sometimes you just need girl time, ya know?
Gatlinburg, Tennessee is always bustling. Year-round, there is always something to do, see, hear, smell, taste, and experience. And whether you’re here for a honeymoon, romantic getaway, fun family vacation, special event, work conference, sports tournament, church retreat, weekend with friends, or family reunion, you’ll quickly understand that there is no shortage of things to do in downtown Gatlinburg. And as you extend your radius, you’ll find even more activities, from shopping in Pigeon Forge and driving through Wears Valley to finding outdoor fun in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and more.
Picturesque throughout the year, the Great Smoky Mountains is especially enchanting as winter settles into Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The mountain peaks are tucked under a shimmering blanket of snow. Christmas lights brighten up seasonal events and shopping windows. Local attractions put a wintry spin on fun activities. And the weather is great for cabin life, snuggling in front of a crackling fireplace or relaxing in a steamy hot tub at the end of the day. Winter is the perfect time of year for couples, families, friends, and groups to vacation in the Smokies!Continue reading