Category Archives: Gatlinburg Info

SMOKY MOUNTAIN TRAILS

With more than 800 miles of trails within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park – across parts of Tennessee and North Carolina – there are plenty of opportunities for getting out and hiking in the Smokies - even along parts of the Appalachian Trail. You can easily stop by one of the visitor centers to find trail maps and get helpful information, or you can read on for just a few local favorites on your hiker’s getaway! Try an easy day hike, climb your way to the highest point in the Smokies, check out incredible views from an observation tower,

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Gatlinburg Free trolley

Planning your trip to the Great Smoky Mountains? Ready to check out the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, arts and crafts in the area, family-friendly attractions, unique mountain shops, local wineries, and more? Take advantage of the Gatlinburg trolley to get around along the Gatlinburg Parkway and the surrounding areas.  Did you know the Gatlinburg Trolley is now FREE for all rides? No more keeping up with a trolley pass or looking for exact change. Just hop on and explore! Running from May 1 to October 31, the Gatlinburg Trolley System offers visitors to the Smokies convenient, easy, FREE, and

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Things to Do in Gatlinburg – Beyond the Cabin

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.  Adults can appreciate local wineries and moonshine

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WINTER TIPS IN THE SMOKIES

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!  Need help planning your unforgettable

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Breaking NEWS — Chalet Village Is Now Part of Cabins for YOU!

Welcome to the family, Chalet Village! As a fellow leader in the vacation rental industry, Cabins for YOU is proud to take a giant step into the future by acquiring this long-standing family-owned company. We are thrilled to have so many new staff members and owners to work alongside in this ever-expanding market. Of course, that means our inventory of cabin and condo options for our beloved guests has also surged — with 69 newbies transitioned within just 1 week! Shoutout to Marketing!  As our largest acquisition to date, we couldn’t be prouder of our CFY team for pulling out

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Top Things to Do in Gatlinburg at Night!

Welcome to fun after dark in Gatlinburg, TN, night owls! If your buzz kicks in when the sun goes down, give Gatlinburg nightlife a try. Whether you’re looking for a rush down the mountain, a place to belt out your best Bon Jovi, or spectacular city views with dazzling lights, you’ll find it here…and more. From showtimes and ghosts to dancing and cabin fun, check out our top things to do in Gatlinburg at night!  Ride a Mountain Coaster Zoom down the mountain or coast through the forest as you travel at your own speed on a mountain coaster. And

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COVID-19 Update: What’s Closed in the Smoky Mountains

We’re Open – and so is the Smokies! We are thrilled to say that many Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge businesses are open again, including the Great Smoky Mountains National Park! Reduced occupancy and additional safety measures will be in place, so you can continue to maintain distance while supporting area businesses.  NEW Sevier County Mask Policy Beginning July 10 and going through August 3, 2020, Sevier County (Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Sevierville) has put in place a mandatory mask policy inside most public spaces and businesses to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Masks are not required outside, although maintaining

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Happy 75th Anniversary, Gatlinburg!

Woohoo — we’re pumped to celebrate 75 years of Gatlinburg! This popular Tennessee town has grown so much over the decades, from a few cabins, shops, and a lone road to a bustling city filled with Appalachian history. And with the help of millions of visitors each year, Gatlinburg has become America’s mountain home. Whether you’ve been here many times or never before, we welcome you to check out why our beloved Smoky Mountain town keeps climbing to popular heights. Come visit, explore, play, dine, shop, and reconnect in Gatlinburg.  A Stroll Through Gatlinburg’s History Early 1800s | Land of

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Break Routine & Try NEW Things in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, TN

Stuck in the same ole rut, eating routine food, watching the same shows, and just feeling plain meh? It sounds like you could use a little new in your life. Break your bland routine and hit refresh for 2020! Try new things, visit new places, and cultivate new experiences this year. YOU deserve it.  Ever hiked in the most visited national park in the country, wandered around a mountaintop tree canopy on foot, enjoyed a secluded cabin retreat with a private indoor pool, eaten chocolate bear paws, putt-putted on a rooftop of candy creations, cheered for a pirate crew while

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COVID-19 Updates for YOU

Welcome Back! At Cabins for YOU, our guests mean everything to us. We understand that there is a ton of information being released over the status of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), with new information being presented by the hour. We understand you probably have questions concerning Cabins for YOU and how your reservation will be handled moving forward.  Our Commitment to YOU We look forward to hosting your reservation and are excited to say that the Smokies is beginning to open back up – including the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on May 9! We want to assure you that safety is

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