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.
The Christmas season is fast approaching, and Wears Valley is gearing up for an incredible holiday celebration! Starting at the end of November, this welcoming mountain community invites visitors and locals alike to participate in a series of special seasonal events. To help you make the most of your time in the Smokies, we’ve put together a convenient guide to everything going on in Wears Valley in the upcoming months.
Looking for the perfect way to experience fall in the Smoky Mountains? Look no further than the 2014 Wears Valley Fall Festival. Presented by Keep Sevier Beautiful, this Smoky Mountain event is a change for both locals and visitors to come together and celebrate all the great things about fall in the Smoky Mountains. That being said, here is a breakdown of just a few of the many exciting things that you can only find at this unique Smoky Mountain fall festival.
For lovers of black hats, white horses and all things Old-West, there’s no better place to see a full round-up of cowboy entertainment and activities than the Saddle Up event in Pigeon Forge. Running from February 19 to 23, the 14th annual event is planned to be bigger than ever. Visit My Smokies has the full schedule, locations and pricing, so you can be prepared for an inside view of what life was like for early Western Americans.
Are you interested in connecting with nature on your trip to the Smoky Mountains? For nearly a quarter of a century Wilderness Wildlife Week has brought together nature lovers from all over the country with a full festival of activities. This year the free event in Pigeon Forge will include lectures, workshops, exhibits, hike and much more.
Treat your family to something special this weekend by attending the 38th annual Festival of Christmas Past. Sponsored by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, this Smoky Mountain Christmas event is the perfect blend holiday cheer and rich mountain history.
When your family visits the Smoky Mountains in the fall, there’s a good chance you will have Cades Cove on your list of places to go. As one of the most popular destinations in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cades Cove is filled with historical buildings and beautiful wildlife. To experience the beauty of the night sky in the Smokies, Cades Cove is offering a nighttime walk to enjoy the full moon over the mountains.
Presented by the Rocky Top Outfitters it the 14th annual Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament. Held in the spring from April 6th - 7th, 2013, this major event attracts fishermen and visitors from across the country to compete for winning titles, amazing prices and an overall enjoyable experience with others who have the same interests and hobbies. This fun and exciting event welcomes visitors and participants of all types and ages including children, adults, locals and tourists. Before the start of this 2-day event, more than 10,000 are stocked