Posts Tagged ‘ Sevierville ’

Sevier County Celebrates 30 Years of Winterfest

Sevier County celebrates 30 years of winter family fun! Winterfest is a celebration of light displays, shopping, live shows, attractions, and winter adventures in the Great Smoky Mountains! The lights will be officially turned on November 15th and last through February 17th, 2020! Winterfest is a beloved event that happens every year. Be sure to

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NEW Soaky Mountain Waterpark Coming To Sevierville!

Wilderness Resorts and Waterparks ownership announced that they will be building a new attraction in the Smoky Mountain region called Soaky Mountain Waterpark. The new massive 50-acre outdoor waterpark will be located across the street from the Sevierville Convention Center and Wilderness at the Smokies Resort. The addition will include family friendly pools, slides, and more

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Experience NEW Additions at Sevier Air!

Sevier Air Trampoline and Ninja Warrior Park is expanding! New this year are 3 additions to the arena. Come and unleash your inner ninja warrior for a day full of fun in Sevierville, TN!   Wipeout! Leap your way to victory in this fantastic game that guarantees endless amounts of fun! The mission is simple:

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Top 6 Places to See Animals in The Smokies!

When heading to the Smoky Mountains for a vacation or weekend getaway you’re sure to have a bucket list full of activities, restaurants, and more! Towards the top of your list most likely has something to do with exploring the National Park, seeing lots of wildlife, and nature trails. Did you know, it’s so easy

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Top 6 Things To Do In Pigeon Forge This Fall 2018

Your fall weekend getaway is here and planning things to do can be a challenge! With the hundreds of activities available, we’ve picked the top 6 things to do during the fall season!   Driving Through The Mountains  One of the most popular activities families enjoy is taking a trip through Cades Cove, driving around

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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

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Go Kart Tracks in the Smokies to Get Your Motor Running

Take your family and friends on a spin at one of these go kart tracks in Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and Sevierville! Each location has fast cars and exciting rides, as well as other fun things to do with your family during your stay in Pigeon Forge! Adventure Raceway Adventure Raceway in a staple in Pigeon

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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. By

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Winter Safety Vehicle Essentials!

This is a beautiful time of year in the Greater Pigeon Forge area and the Great Smoky Mountains. The temperatures are dropping and Pigeon Forge has seen a few snow flurries, as well as measurable snowfall already in high elevations. Typically, downtown Pigeon Forge will see flurries with little to no accumulation of snow throughout

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Fall Dessert Recipes from Pigeon Forge

Fall is finally here. Cooler temperature bring family activities indoors. For many, baking delicious desserts is always a favorite. We are happy to share a couple of our Member businesses signature dessert recipes with you. Applewood Farmhouse Restaurant serves wonderful Southern style food in the heart of Pigeon Forge. Southern Pecan Pie served at the

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