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7 Things To Do This October in The Smoky Mountains

October is always an exciting month in the smokies with festivals, gorgeous mountain views, some spooky surprises, and so many other things to do! The cities of Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg take part in many fall and Halloween inspired events throughout the month and we can’t wait to share them with you! Get started

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National Park Hosts Star Gazing Event at Cades Cove 

Great Smoky Mountains National Park is hosting a stargazing program in Cades Cove on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. Park rangers invite the public to observe the natural night sky for an evening of viewing stars! All equipment and instruction is provided by the Smoky Mountain Astronomical Society.   What To See Depending

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2019 Fall Foliage Report in The Smoky Mountains

Pumpkin Spiced flavors have hit grocery stores, coffee shops, and restaurants everywhere meaning fall foliage is on it’s way! Of course the Great Smoky Mountains are always stunning throughout the year, but during fall, they become a multi colored masterpiece! Reds, yellows, oranges, and browns paint the mountains drawing visitors in from all over the

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Anakeesta’s Legend of Hallow Mountain Coming This Fall!

A Frightfully Good Time! Each weekend, September 13th – November 2nd, Anakeesta will host Gatlinburg’s Premier Halloween Event, The Legend of Hallow Mountain. The undead souls of Hallow Mountain rise, bringing frights, lights, scares and dares. Even better, guests visiting Anakeesta can experience Hallow Mountain at no additional charge. Anakeesta takes Halloween scare to the next

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Fall Festivals To Visit in The Smoky Mountains in 2019

Not only are we dreaming of fall and crisp air, but also the annual fall festivals! The Great Smoky Mountains are full of excitement and community friendly festivals that are perfect for all visitors and locals to enjoy. You’re sure to find live music, southern foods, pumpkins, and locally mades crafts at each event! We’ve

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The Ridge Ramblers Are Coming to Anakeesta!

Are you ready to Ramble?! The Chondola is no longer the only way to access Anakeesta. Experience a unique forested ride to the top of the mountain via these 45 passenger military trucks! In addition to the one-of-a-kind Chondola, guests will now be able to reach Anakeesta Mountain with an immersive adventure trek through the forest.

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5 Things To Do This July 4th

July Midnight Parade Date: July 3rd- 4th, 2019 Location: Downtown Gatlinburg Cost: FREE For the past 44 years, Gatlinburg has gone all out to celebrate Independence Day. To kick off the holiday they begin at 12:01 am on July 4th with The Gatlinburg Fourth of July Midnight Parade. This parade stretches more than a mile

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Dolly Parton Invites Today Show Host To Wildwood Grove

Today Show Video:  Dolly Parton takes Jenna inside Dollywood’s new Wildwood Grove @ Dolly Parton recently invited Today Show host Jenna Bush Hager for a tour of her theme park, Dollywood, which just finished a $37 million Wildwood Grove expansion! Nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Dollywood welcomes families for the ultimate

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Your Guide to Memorial Day in Pigeon Forge!

Barbeque & Bluegrass  Dollywood will be packed with food and music to kick- off summer! The Barbeque & Bluegrass Festival will begin May 24th and last through June 2nd. See up and coming Bluegrass musicians including Sugar & The Mint, Rhonda Vincent and The Rage, and Dailey and Vincent. You can be sure to find tasty

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Top 11 Summer Things To Do in Pigeon Forge

Summer is all about fun, adventure, and memory making to last a lifetime! For your family, adventures to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee can be full of thrilling attractions, local artistry and crafts, or even a few delicious southern specialties. So go ahead and plan your escape to the Smokies and experience why we call this place

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4 Things You Can’t Miss at Wilderness Wildlife Week 2019

If you’re a fan of The Smokies, hiking, animals, and nature, then Wilderness Wildlife Week is perfect for you! Enjoy a week full of history, nature, and hiking all based here in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and The LeConte Center. You can find so many tools to help you on your next exploration

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