Recorded Number of Species in Great Smoky Mountains National Park Reaches 20,000

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The Great Smoky Mountains National Park has reached a major milestone! It now has documentation of 20,000 species of animals, plants, and other organisms found in the park. We’ve gathered details on the different species you can find in the park and what to expect when you visit!Continue Reading

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Country Roads Axe Co: A New Place for Axe Throwing in Pigeon Forge

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Axe throwing in Pigeon Forge has quickly become a favorite activity to do with friends and family. There are several places to go, and one of the newest ones is Country Roads Axe Co. This new attraction is more than just axe throwing; you’ll also be able to eat delicious pizza. Find out even more about this new place for axe throwing in Pigeon Forge now:Continue Reading

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All About Gregory’s Cave: A Hidden Gem in Cades Cove

If you’ve visited the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, you’ve probably been to the most popular spot: Cades Cove. There are a ton of cool stops along this scenic drive, such as the cantilever barn, John Oliver cabin, and Cable grist mill. These stops are right along the road, but did you know there are some hidden gems in Cades Cove too? One of them is Gregory’s Cave. Keep reading to find out more about Gregory’s Cave in Cades Cove.Continue Reading

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Mandatory Mask Order Extended in Sevier County TN

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A mandatory mask order in Sevier County went into effect on Friday, July 10 at 12:01 a.m. The mask requirement came after the county saw a rise in the number of coronavirus cases. The original order lasted through August 3 before being extended monthly since then. Executive Order 55 now extends the mask requirement through February 27, 2021. If you have plans to visit the Smoky Mountain area before then, please be prepared to wear a mask in all public indoor areas and businesses. Here is more information on the mask requirement in Sevier County TN:Continue Reading

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6 of the Best Views of the Smoky Mountains in the Winter

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One of the best parts about visiting Smoky Mountains in the winter is seeing the gorgeous views that surround you everywhere you turn. The Smokies truly transform into a winter wonderland! From snow-covered mountain peaks to frozen waterfalls and icicles, you can see it all during the winter season. To help you decide where to go to see the best views of the Smoky Mountains in the winter, we’ve made a list of the top 6 places!Continue Reading

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All You Need to Know About Cinnaholic in Pigeon Forge

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If you have a sweet tooth, you don’t want to miss the chance to visit Cinnaholic in Pigeon Forge! This gourmet cinnamon roll bakery offers cinnamon rolls with your choice of over 20 unique frosting flavors and a variety of toppings. From cinnamon rolls topped with fresh fruit, to cinnamon rolls topped with cookie dough, you’re sure to find something you love here! To help you learn more, we’ve created a guide to everything you need to know about Cinnaholic in Pigeon Forge:Continue Reading

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Have You Found the Old Steam Engine in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park?

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We know you love finding hidden gems in the Smoky Mountains, like the House of the Fairies and the Pearl Harbor Tree, and we have one more for you to find the next time you visit! Hidden in the national park are remains of an old steam engine from a wreck that happened years ago. We have all the details on the old steam engine in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and where you can find it.Continue Reading

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5 Things to Do in the Smoky Mountains Before the Year Ends

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As the year draws to a close, it’s time to squeeze in one more visit to the Smoky Mountains! The end of the year is one of the best times to visit the Smokies, with holiday events, gorgeous mountain views, and plenty of fun. To help you plan your trip, we’ve put together a list of 5 things to do in the Smoky Mountains before the year ends.Continue Reading

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4 Things to Do in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Winter

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Colder weather doesn’t mean your visits to the Smoky Mountains have to stop! There is plenty of fun to be had in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in winter. You’ll have gorgeous views of snow-capped mountains, icicles and frozen waterfalls. Not to mention, there’ll be fewer crowds this time of year! To help you plan your trip, we’ve made a list of the top 4 things to do in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in winter:Continue Reading

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9 Fun Ways to Celebrate Smoky Mountain Winterfest 2020 [Plus Winterfest Kickoff Information]

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Winter is one of our favorite seasons! Why? It is the one time of year that combines two of our favorite things: Christmas and the Smoky Mountains!Continue Reading

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