Smoky Mountain Attractions

/Smoky Mountain Attractions

Hiking

The national park system in the Smoky Mountains has over eight hundred miles of trails! Many of the trail heads are located near roadways making finding and access them fairly easy to do. The trails range in difficulty from easy to very difficult. Care should be taken to check the difficulty rating of a trail before setting out for the first time.

Gatlinburg | Attractions

Gatlinburg is located on the Tennessee side of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park near the eastern end.

Pigeon Forge Attractions

Pigeon Forge area has a great number of attractions ranging from all kinds of rides from zip lines, horses, go carts, helicopters and more! You will enjoy the great selection of zoo's, theaters, shopping, restaurants and museums!

Cades Cove

Cades Cove was first settled during the 1700's by the Cherokee Indians and is named after a Chief Kade. The first European settlers came during [...]

Great Smoky Mountain National Park

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a major tourist attraction in the region. The Park gets twice as many visitors than any other Park in America today! The 2 main visitor centers inside the Park are Sugarland Visitors Center near Gatlinburg, Tn and Oconaluftee Visitors Center near Cherokee, NC.

Dollywood

The Smoky Mountains number one attraction! Dollywood is nothing but good clean family fun for the young and old alike! This is a great place [...]

Golfing

A guide to golfing in the Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and Townsend TN area's of the Smoky Mountains! Top Rated Courses that are sure to challenge [...]

Theaters, Shows and Concerts

Pigeon Forge has an outstanding line up of World Class Theater, Dinner Shows, Christmas Shows, Concerts, Variety and Comedy Shows! Fifteen shows with more than [...]

Weddings

Have your wedding performed at your cabin, in the outdoors, an area chapel or the setting of your choice! It is now possible to have [...]

Sporting Events / Racing, Football & Tournaments

If you find yourself in the Smoky Mountains on Friday Night in the fall, I highly recommend you make an attempt to attend a game! Each of these programs are nationally recognized and Big Time high School Football Programs!