A fun little event brought to you by Gatlinburg is the Festival of Trees. This year it will be held between November 23-27. If Christmas is your favorite season then event will surely bring a smile to your face.
Most often when you think of wineries, Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee aren’t the first locations that come to mind. But, if you look beneath the mist of the Smoky Mountains fog, you will find they are making wine with a southern twist. The Gatlinburg Pigeon Forge area has four charming wineries that welcome the whole family: Smoky Mountain Winery (Gatlinburg), Mountain Valley Winery (Pigeon Forge), Apple Barn Winery (Sevierville) and the newest addition, Hillside Winery (Sevierville).
The Titanic in Pigeon Forge has announced a fun family activity that will dazzle spectators. On January 22, 2011 The Titanic in Pigeon Forge will play host to some amazing ice sculpturists that will participate in a competition for both professionals and amateurs. Spectators will get to watch as ice sculpturists pick and chizzle their ways to some amazing pieces of art made of frozen water.
Tattoo in Tennessee – Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg Tattoo Studios
Looking for a unique experience in Gatlinburg? While Gatlinburg is a great family vacation location there are some activities that are designated for adults only. On the list of fun adult activities are ATV riding, singing karaoke, visiting wineries, and getting a TATTOO. It sounds a little crazy, but getting a tattoo in Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge is an activity that some enthusiastic visitors choose to partake in. The artistic nature and fun atmosphere of a tattoo studio are exactly what some vacationers need to create the perfect memory of time well spent in the Smokies.
There are lots of fun facts and random trivia about Tennessee and Gatlinburg. From our weird Tennessee customs to our friendly Tennessee demeanors, there seem to be stories behind them all. We thought we would put together a fun list of Tennessee facts and trivia for you to peruse before you come to Gatlinburg. They are in no particular order. Hopefully you have as much fun reading the fun Tennessee facts as we had putting them together.
It’s hard to believe it, but it’s true. The first snow has officially fallen in the Smokies. Three inches touched ground on Mt. Leconte on Monday, October 4th. Leconte Lodge staff reported on Highonleconte.com that this was the biggest first snow in over thirty years. On Sunday, temperatures reached a high of 39 degrees and a low of 24 degrees which ushered in the snow the next morning.
Hiking is a wonderful exercise and the best way to see the beautiful scenery of the Smoky Mountains is by “hitting the trail”. Whether you want to do a short trail or a long vigorous one you’ll find what you need in the Smoky Mountain National Park. It’s a great way to spend time with your loved ones and getting smaller kids out can really burn some of their energy too. Continue reading
Come to Gatlinburg and have “A Spooky Good Time” this October
The Fall season is a popular Gatlinburg visiting time for people who love beautiful weather and amazing views. During the Fall, Gatlinburg comes alive with beautiful colors. The views in Gatlinburg are already amazing, but taking them in when the leaves are changing is just breathtaking. Not only are there great views, Gatlinburg also has a lot of events during the Fall months that can keep visitors very busy. The amazing weather and gorgeous fall colors create the perfect ambiance for family fun.
The 35th annual Gatlinburg Craftsmen Fair will be going on October 7-23, 2010. If you’ve missed the past 34 Fairs then now is the time to make it up! This Craftsmen Fair highlights the many unique talents of local artisans. They will have their goods on display for purchase and will even do demonstrations of the works. This event has been a Top 20 Event in the Southern US by the Southeast Tourism Society for many years so you know it has to be good!
Every day, every month, every season, and every year seems to bring something new and exciting to the city of Gatlinburg. Activities and events are constantly available for visitors of our beloved town in the Smoky Mountains. October of 2010 is slated to be a month of celebration of the colors of Fall. From cookouts, to decorating contests, the events in Gatlinburg during October are all centered around the beautiful season. Event planners focus on getting people out and about. We’re a friendly city, and October is a month full of friendly activities.