Top Places to Visit When You Spend a Day in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Beautiful view of the Smoky Mountains at Newfound Gap.

With more than 11 million visitors each year, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited national park in the country. When you visit the area, take a day to explore the park and admire the natural beauty of the Smokies! To help you plan your trip, we’ve come up with the top places to visit when you spend a day in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Continue reading

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Ole Smoky Distillery Welcomed Record 4.1 Million Visitors in 2018

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In 2018, Ole Smoky Distilleries welcomed a record number of visitors! Each Ole Smoky distillery had between 900,000 and 2.2 million visitors. The numbers come as no surprise, because one of the most popular things to do for adults in the Smokies is try some of their famous moonshine! We’ve got all the details on each Ole Smoky distillery and why you should visit during your vacation. Continue reading

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How to Have the Best Vacation in the Smoky Mountains

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When you’re planning your visit to the Smoky Mountains, there are important decisions to make, like where to stay and what to do. We want to guarantee you make all the best decisions and have a memorable trip! That’s why we’ve put together a guide on how to have the best vacation in the Smoky Mountains. Read our guide for information on where to stay, what to pack, what to do, and where to eat. Continue reading

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5 of the Most Difficult Hikes in the Smoky Mountains

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With over 850 miles of trails, there are plenty for you to explore in the Smoky Mountains! There are trails for every skill level, from beginners to expert hikers. If you’re looking for something a little more challenging, you will have some incredible trail options. To help you decide where you want to go hiking, we’ve put together a list of 5 of the most difficult hikes in the Smoky Mountains. Continue reading

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New Gatlinburg Attraction Now Open: Gatlinburg Pinball Museum

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A new attraction is now open in Gatlinburg! The Gatlinburg Pinball Museum has the largest collection of pinballs and retro games in the Smoky Mountains. We’ve got all the info on this new Gatlinburg attraction and what you can expect when you visit: Continue reading

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10 Photos of the Smoky Mountains in the Winter That Will Make You Want to Visit

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The Smoky Mountains are beautiful all year long, but the wintertime brings out something special in them. When you visit during the winter season, you’ll have beautiful sights — from snow-covered mountaintops to sparkling holiday lights. We’ve put together a collection of gorgeous photos of the Smoky Mountains in the winter that will make you want to pack your bags and visit as soon as you can! Continue reading

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5 Things You Forgot Happened in the Smoky Mountains in 2018

The new Ripley's Believe It or Not in Gatlinburg.

2018 has been one for the books in the Smoky Mountains! With so many new events, attractions, restaurants, and announcements, it can be hard to keep up with everything that happened. To help you remember, we’ve highlighted 5 things you may have forgot happened in the Smoky Mountains in 2018! Continue reading

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Trillium Gap Trail to Undergo Two-Year Rehabilitation Project

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The Trillium Gap Trail is the next trail in the Great Smoky Mountains to get a makeover! The rehabilitation project will last 2 years and will affect the dates and hours the trail is open to the public. To help you plan your vacation, we’ve put together a guide to visiting the Trillium Gap Trail while it’s undergoing the rehabilitation project: Continue reading

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Your Guide to a Perfect Weekend Vacation in the Smoky Mountains This Winter

Visiting the snow covered Old Mill is one of the best things to do in Pigeon Forge in February.

Winter is a magical time in the Smokies! When you only have a weekend to spend here, there are so many things you can fit in your schedule. To help you plan your trip, we’ve put together a guide that lists the best places to eat, things to do, and places to stay! Read our guide and start planning the perfect weekend vacation in the Smoky Mountains this winter: Continue reading

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6 Signs You Should Spend Your Christmas in the Smoky Mountains

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Nothing beats visiting the Smoky Mountains during Christmas, and lucky for you Christmas lasts all December long here! Spending Christmas in the Smokies is just what you need to get in the holiday spirit and spread the holiday cheer. Here are 6 signs you should spend your Christmas in the Smoky Mountains: Continue reading

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