The Smokies area is home to tons of beautiful murals that pay tribute to the community. Many local artists have created beautiful pieces of art for both locals and visitors alike to enjoy. Next time you’re in Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and Sevierville you can visit these paintings and snag a few pictures. Here are 6 murals you need to see on your next Smoky Mountain vacation:
Are you planning on visiting the Smoky Mountains by yourself? You’ll have a blast exploring the national park or surrounding cities on your own! You may be wondering what some of the best activities are you can do by yourself, and there are plenty to choose from! Check out these top 5 things to do in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg TN on a solo trip:
Are you visiting the Smoky Mountains soon? We want to help guarantee you have the best trip possible! That’s why we’ve put together the ultimate Smoky Mountain travel guide. Our guide includes travel tips for where to stay and what to pack, tricks for saving money and avoiding traffic, and more. Here is everything you need to know for your Smoky Mountain vacation:
Every year, thousands of visitors flock to the Smoky Mountains to catch a glimpse of the gorgeous fall foliage. Oranges, yellows, and reds are scattered across the mountains, providing picture-perfect scenery paired with beautiful weather. We want you to make the most of your time in the Smokies during this popular season, so we’ve put together some of the best places to visit on a day trip! Here is your guide to the perfect day trip to the Smoky Mountains in the fall:
The Smoky Mountains are filled with incredible things to do while you’re here. When we say there is everything to do from A to Z, we’re not kidding. When you’re planning your Smoky Mountain vacation, think about this A to Z bucket list of things to do in the Smoky Mountains:
Spring break will be here before you know it, so it’s time to start making plans for what you want to do! With great places to stay and endless things to do, you can’t go wrong spending your spring break in the Smoky Mountains. To help you plan the best trip, we’re sharing all you need to know about taking a Smoky Mountain vacation for spring break.
With over 1,500 types of flowering plants that grow in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park year round – that’s more than in any other national park in the country! – Southern Appalachia is alive with colorful blooms throughout spring.
As the weather continues to treat us with warmer and warmer temperatures, we’ve been busy finding ways to stay cool. Enjoying the mist on Smoky Mountain hiking trails with waterfalls is one of our favorites. That's why we’ve compiled a list of nine trails in the national park that are sure to meet your waterfall sightseeing needs. Keep reading to learn more:
We could not be more excited to begin to welcome the spring weather in the Smoky Mountains. Not only does this mean that we get to wave goodbye to all the cold and dreary winter weather, but it also means that all of the beautiful Smoky Mountain wildflowers are about to bloom. That being said, what better place to find the flowers than by enjoying a spring hike in the Smoky Mountains?
It’s not secret that at Visit My Smokies we think that everyone should take a family Smoky Mountain vacation at least once a year. Not only are there a ton of family-friendly activities that you and your loved ones can enjoy, but we also offer some of the most picturesque mountains views in North America.