Posts Tagged ‘ TN ’

Experience Rafting in The Smokies!

When East Tennessee days are smoldering we’re always looking for ways to cool off while enjoying the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains! I took a day to enjoy the beautiful mountains from the water… the Pigeon River that is! I made my way over to Hartford, TN with Rafting in the Smokies for a trip down

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2nd Annual Great Smoky Mountains Hot Air Balloon Festival

The Great Smoky Mountain Hot Air Balloon Festival is back again this year for an evening full of colorful glowing balloons, food trucks, entertainment, family- friendly activities, and so much more! For the full scoop on the event, keep on reading—>   WHAT? Mark your calendars for the summer’s most colorful event at The Great

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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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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

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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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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

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Fall Foliage in Pigeon Forge

Pigeon Forge truly is a remarkable place. Sitting on the outskirts of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park has given the area an incredible backdrop. During fall, that backdrop changes to stunning colors of red, yellow, orange and brown. The changing of the leaves is one of nature’s largest events in the area and draws

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