Who’s got the Hooch? Gatlinburg!

One of the traditions of the Appalachian region is
making of spirits, or as you know it, moonshine. Made from corn, moonshine (or
hooch) provided a source of illegal income for a region that struggled to be
prosperous. For generations, families had moonshine stills and handed down
recipes of how to make the famous beverage that was the legend of songs and
movies. Now, you can see how it’s made and even taste it without the worry of
the law throwing you in jail.

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Beauty in the Mountains Signal the Arrival of Spring

What better way to celebrate spring than to get outdoors and enjoy the warm sunshine and blooming spectacle of nature? Each year, Gatlinburg holds a five-day event in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park that showcases the beauty of our area.

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Gatlinburg Artisans Display Their Wares

There’s a stretch of road in Gatlinburg that is home to the largest group of independent artisans in North America. The Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community encompasses an 8-mile loop that has been designated a Tennessee Heritage Arts & Crafts Trail. Since its foundation in 1937, this community has everything associated with arts and crafts – candles, quilts, brooms, pottery, jewelry, photography, art, ceramics, dolls, stained glass, leather, silver smithing, etc. And for a weekend in April, you can see what the members have to offer at one location.

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Smoky Mountain Springtime

Ahhhh, springtime. The season of rebirth and renewal. Spring means more daylight, warmer temperatures, spring training, even inspiration for Mel Brooks’ musicals. Even better for visitors in the Smoky Mountains, Gatlinburg’s three-month celebration Springfest begins.

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