Posts Tagged ‘ Cades Cove ’

15 Awesome Winter Things To Do in Pigeon Forge & Gatlinburg

1. Experience the Winterfest Lights Every winter, the Sevier County becomes a winter wonderland with more than 5 million lights brightening the night. Now in its 27th year, Winterfest has become one of the most anticipated celebrations in the Smokies. Wherever you drive in the county, you’re sure to see lots of awesome light arrangements.

Learn More

7 Summer Things to Do in the Smokies

It’s officially the first day of summer, so we thought we’d help you find some things to do this summer in the Smokies! From the free to the exhilarating, we’ll help you have that perfect summer vacation with these 7 things to do. 1. Going Hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park Hiking in

Learn More

6 Best Photography Spots in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

6 Best Photography Spots in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park The best way to capture your vacation is of course, with pictures. You see so many beautiful views when you visit the Smoky Mountains but where are the best photography spots in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park? If you want to stay in

Learn More

Scenic Car Rides in the Smoky Mountains

When planning a vacation to The Smokies, you’ll definitely want to make a visit inside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. If hiking on foot isn’t in the cards for you then we’re hear to tell you about those scenic car rides! Pack a cooler of drinks, bring some snacks and be sure you’ve got the

Learn More

Stargazing in Cades Cove

Stargazing in Cades Cove The folks at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, have done it again! They’ve teamed up with the Smoky Mountains Astronomical Society to offer and amazing stargazing program in Cades Cove! The stargazing event is Saturday, September 19th and begins at 7:30pm. There will be experienced astronomers and several telescopes on

Learn More

Plan the Perfect Romantic Getaway in Pigeon Forge

Plan the Perfect Romantic Getaway in Pigeon Forge The same grind, every day. Take the kids to school, go to work, pick up the kids, take them to sports or music practice, cook dinner, homework…the cycle is never ending for parents. What you need is a perfect romantic getaway in Pigeon Forge. Whether it’s for

Learn More

Top 6 Things To Do In Pigeon Forge During the Fall

Top 6 Things To Do In Pigeon Forge During the Fall Whether it’s fall break with the kids or just a weekend getaway, there are so many different things to do in Pigeon Forge during the fall. True, many of these things you can do year round, but fall in East Tennessee creates a unique

Learn More

Explore the Smokies with ATVs or Horseback Riding!

Pigeon Forge and the Great Smoky Mountains have some incredible views. Why not try seeing the Smokies from a different angle with ATVs or horseback riding? Click on the business name to learn more. Adventure Park and Five Oaks Riding Stables Adventure Park and Five Oaks Stables not only has zip lines and a ropes course

Learn More

Explore the Smokies on Zip Lines and and Bicycles

Take in the beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains and Pigeon Forge on zip lines and bicycles! Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast or just want to try something new, these locations have something for everyone! When you zip with Legacy Mountain Ziplines, you can take in twenty mile views, seeing as far as Kentucky and

Learn More

7 Free Things To Do In Pigeon Forge!

Looking for something free to do while visiting Pigeon Forge? Check out these 7 free things to do in Pigeon Forge! 1. The Island in Pigeon Forge The Island in Pigeon Forge is a great place to take your friends and family and entry is completely free. Sit by the Island Show Fountains and take in

Learn More

An Outdoor Playground for All

The weather here in the Smoky Mountains has been stunning this year! Amazing temperatures, nice breezes and light rain have formed a beautiful and ideal outdoor playground! It is a perfect summer for a picnic in the Smokies. Grab your favorite picnic foods and head down to the creek. Make sure that our cub reporter,

Learn More