A very special experience awaits those planning to attend the 12th annual Southern Select Alpaca Show who arrive in the Sevierville, Tennessee, area even one day prior to its March 1, 2013 opening. February 28th is the last day to enjoy the 23rd annual Sevierville Smoky Mountain Winterfest replete with thousands of LED holiday lights displays throughout the town. Special 3D glasses enhance the experience as lights transform into snowflakes. In addition to enjoying camel rides and a petting zoo, winterfest visitors are encouraged to visit a retail
The Smoky Mountain Gymnastic Vacation Classic is scheduled to be held at the Sevierville Convention Center from February 22, 2013 through February 24, 2013. Hosted by Drew Davis, Dough Jonuska and Tim Richards, this main event brings gymnasts from around the country together to celebrate their skills in a fun summer vacation setting. The host resort is the Wilderness at the Smokies. Here, attendees can have a blast at the water park and other exciting amenities while they are not competing. While the Smoky Mountain Gymnastic Vacation Classic
A series of winter activities in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville TN transform resort towns into winter wonderland with a four-month winter calendar of special events and things to do in The Smoky Mountains.
Winterfest in The Smoky Mountains is full of excitement and things to do for all ages. This year marks the 23rd anniversary of Winterfest activities, an annual celebration that spanning the entire winter season. Join in on all of the fun and Smoky Mountains winter activities as the popular resort towns transform into one gigantic winter wonderland with special events in Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and Sevierville, Tennessee.
Smoky Mountain Fall Colors – Fall 2012 is predicted The Great Smoky Mountains most colorful season in years
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Smoky Mountain Fall Colors 2012 Fall 2012 is predicted The Great Smoky Mountains most colorful season in years The Great Smoky Mountains National Park in TN., kick off 2012 fall season after sights of vibrant leaf colors were reported in higher elevations by Park officials. SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. (October 2012) - Sevierville, Tenn., Sep. 23 marked the 2012 fall calendar season for The Great Smoky Mountains when sights of vibrant leaf colors were reported by officials at The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. On October 10th https://www.nps.gov reported: “Fall colors are at
Vacations cost money, right? That’s always one of the discussion points before you head away from home – how much, what if we stay here instead, eating out versus cooking at the cabin, etc. Well, if you'd like to save money while on vacation in the Smoky Mountains (stay with me here), come to Sevier County the first weekend of August.