With springtime in Gatlinburg well underway, April is the perfect time to get outside, soak up some sun and enjoy the Smoky Mountain air. Lucky for you, there are plenty of things to do in Gatlinburg in April – check out our list below:
Do you feel that? The sun on your face, warm breeze circulating through your hair and dew – not frost – tipped grass under your feet – it’s Gatlinburg coming to life with springtime. If you’re looking for a way to indulge in the recent warmth, look no further than the Wildflower Pilgrimage in the Smoky Mountains or check out these other great things to do in Gatlinburg in the spring.
Are you restlessly counting down the days until spring break gets here, or at least trying to patiently wait until the warmer weather is here to stay? At Visit My Smokies, we could not agree more! That is why we are excited to announce all of the amazing benefits that come with taking a Gatlinburg vacation in March. With spring just around the corner, there is no better time than now to plan on spending a few relaxing days in the heart of the Smoky Mountains.
For 39 years, the Fantasy of Lights Christmas Parade has been a popular parade in Gatlinburg, bringing in visitors from all across the country. The parade is a great way to spend time with family, see millions of LED Christmas lights and watch parade floats make their way through the area. Everyone loves enjoying the Christmas season with the parade, so you’ll want to go ahead and start making your plans to attend. Here’s what makes the 2014 Gatlinburg Christmas parade a must visit event:
Recently, downtown Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park hosted a special guest. Stan Ellsworth from BYUtv’s show, ‘American Ride,’ recently took his views on a unique tour through our area.
Christmas in the Smoky Mountains is one of the most magical times of the year. This is when families from all across the country are invited to the Smokies for a fun and memorable holiday experience.
There are very few places that put as much pride in celebrating the sacrifices made by America’s service men and women as the Smoky Mountains. Here, we have not only one but two thrilling events that families and guests can enjoy on November 11, 2014.
Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg Winery Release Limited Edition Wines to Benefit the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
In an effort to raise $10,000 to help the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and its black bears, a Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg winery have teamed up with local artists to develop two special wines
Returning to Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort for another fun and exciting year, a total of 140 athletes will race for gold later this month at the 2014 Special Olympics Tennessee Winter Games. Competing in Alpine Skiing, Snowboarding and Speed Ice Skating, athletes will be divided based on age and ability.