Posts Tagged ‘ Things to do Gatlinburg ’

Happy Birthday America from Buddy Bear!

Buddy Bear here: I love birthdays and one of my favorite to celebrate in Pigeon Forge is the good ol’ USA’s. In fact, did you know that this is America’s 238th birthday? I’ve already got on my red, white and cute, so pack  your bags and come see me in the Great Smoky Mountains for

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Being involved in the National Park

Are you looking for ways to become more involved with the Great Smoky Mountain National Park? There are many choices to choose from depending on what you are interested and how you want to help. Becoming a member of the the Great Smoky Mountain Association is one way to help the National Park. Since 1953, the association

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Waterfalls in the Smokies

The national park has many unique features that you can not find anywhere else. From the abundance of wildlife and plant life, everywhere you look there is something new to discover. A feature that attracts visitors to the national park are the waterfalls. Each year over 200,000 visitors come to see the waterfalls and with

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Springtime in the Smokies

Spring in East Tennessee marks the beginning of the 63rd Annual Wildflower Pilgrimage in Gatlinburg, TN.  From April 23-27, the nation’s top experts on botanicals in the Smoky Mountains will be giving educational lectures open to the public. Founded in 1951, the 5 day event will have 150 programs ranging from lectures on plants, wildflowers, mosses and wildlife native to the area. This will be a

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3 Reasons To Say “I Do” To A Smoky Mountain Wedding

3 Reasons To Say “I Do” To A Smoky Mountain Wedding Did you know that the Great Smoky Mountains area is known as The Wedding Capital of the South and that it hosts more weddings in the country each year than any other city except for Las Vegas? It’s true, and the reasons are many:

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Snow Much Fun in the Smokies

What To Do On A Snowy Day In The Smokies? We’re coming up on that time of year when that frozen white stuff is going to start peppering down from the skies, particularly in the higher elevations of the Smokies. When those snow days arrive, don’t stay cooped up in your hotel or cabin; make

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