Posts Tagged ‘ Great Smoky Mountains National Park ’

Perfect Fall Hikes in The Smokies

Cooler air is making its way into The Great Smoky Mountains and we’re excited to plan fall hikes! By October, the mountains will be changing colors throughout the area and amazing visitors will be coming in from all over. To see these amazing seasonal colors we’ve picked some hikes for you and your family to

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Fall Foliage 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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Smoky Mountain Fall Festivals 2018

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 to enjoy. Each festival is full of apples, pumpkins, and locally mades crafts, what more could you want? We’ve put a

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Your Guide To Labor Day in The Smoky Mountains

It’s a three- day weekend and time for a family getaway! The kids are looking for adventure and you’re probably looking for shopping and family friendly excitement. Pigeon Forge has everything you need for a relaxing, exciting, and breathtaking Labor Day weekend! The end of summer is near and you’re looking for one last family

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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.

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Great Smoky Mountains Fall Foliage Report

Smoky Mountains Fall Foliage Report Updated: October 19, 2016 If you’re trying to plan a vacation to the Great Smoky Mountains to enjoy the fall colors, go ahead and bookmark this page. We will be giving you Fall foliage reports throughout Autumn so you can plan your trip accordingly. Fall foliage in the Great Smoky Mountains starts

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20 Ideas for the Perfect Day Trip to the Smokies

With the first day of school around the corner for most, and already here for some, parents are probably looking for a final hurrah before the school year sets in. Luckily for you, Pigeon Forge has plenty of awesome attractions that make for a perfect day trip to the Smokies before the kids head off.

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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

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National Park Reminds Visitors To View Bears Responsibly

National Park Reminds Visitors To View Bears Responsibly It’s probably on your “must see” list when you visit the Smoky Mountains, but the national park is reminding visitors to keep your distance and not interfere with the natural habit of the bears. It’s critical that the bears feed naturally before their winter hibernation. Bears depend

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Family Hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains

Family Hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains Never been hiking with your kids? Family hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is just the thing for you! Throughout the summer you can participate in a series of programs to help introduce families to hiking in the park.  Don’t worry, you won’t be on the

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All Streams in the Smokies Now Open to Fishing

Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials announced the reopening of Lynn Camp Prong to fishing effective March 6, 2015 following a seven-year native, brook trout restoration project. The reopening of the 8.5 mile-stream sections marks the first time, since the park’s establishment in 1934, that all streams in the park are open to fishing.  

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Why is it Getting Dark So Early?

Winter Solstice, also called Midwinter, Yule and the Longest Night, is observed by various cultures. The observation of Winter Solstice has occurred throughout history by both ancient and modern cultures. In some cultures, Winter Solstice is celebrated with festivals, feasts, singing and dancing and fires. It is recognized by many cultures as a time of

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