A family vacation isn’t the same unless all members of the family get to come. Here we have compiled a list of the top pet friendly cabins in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg to help make your Smoky Mountain vacation the best one yet!
The history of Pigeon Forge looked much different than the busy tourist town today but the Great Smoky Mountains holds onto the history and it’s roots. Originally, the Cherokee used Pigeon Forge as a hunting ground. They mostly hunted white-tail deer, wild turkey and black bear. They also fished in all of the local rivers, lakes and streams. They used a foot trail called Indian Gap Trail to cross through the Smoky Mountains from North Carolina to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. That path eventually met up with the Great Indian Warpath in what is now known as Sevierville. If you drive on US-441, you will be driving a route that is very similar to the Great Indian Warpath. There are differences, however, the most obvious being that you will go over Newfound Gap instead of Indian Gap.
You haven’t really experienced the Great Smoky Mountains until you’ve tipped your head back and breathed the cool morning air of 6,643 ft above sea level, went off the beaten path, or got in-touch with the natural surroundings. If you’re looking for amazing views from one of America’s most visited National Park and surrounding areas of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, consider the following.
Country music’s funny man, Ray Stevens, continues to delight fans at the Country Tonite Theater in the Smoky Mountains with two performances on Friday evening on October 26 with shows at 3:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Concerts at Country Tonite is a great to relax and enjoy your time visiting the Smoky Mountains. Fans of this musical comedian will love Stevens’ live performances of hits like “The Streak,” “It’s Me Again, Margaret” and “Mississippi Squirrel Song” as well as many other favorites. For specific details about ticket prices and special performances of Ray Stevens in concert, pick up your phone and call 1-800-792-4308 or visit www.firstclassconcerts.com.
If you’re looking to celebrate Halloween in Gatlinburg, consider visiting the Ripley’s Haunted Adventure for a weekend of scary fun. Starting on October 5 and lasting through Halloween, Ripley’s Haunted Adventure is providing spooky entertainment for the whole family.
The Smoky Mountains have long been a favorite destination spot for travelers. People flock to the area to enjoy the Smoky Mountains and see the vast variety of wildlife that call the Smoky Mountains home. One of the most beautiful times to visit is fall in the Smokies. Travelers come to watch as the leaves in the Smokies slowly change from green to vibrant hues of red, orange and brown. Car tours are the traditional way people have watched the leaves change, but more and more people recently have been choosing zip lining to see the colors.
The Smoky Mountains have long been a favorite destination spot for travelers. People flock to the area to enjoy the many parks and see the vast variety of wildlife that call the Smoky Mountains home. The best time to visit is autumn in the Smokies. Travelers come to watch as the leaves in the Smokies slowly change from green to vibrant hues of red, orange and brown. Car tours are the traditional way people have watched the leaves change, but more and more people recently have been choosing zip lining to see the colors.
Cades Cove in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee is a part of a national park that takes in an area of 800 square miles of the Southern Appalachian Mountains. The mountains are positioned directly on the border of Tennessee and North Carolina. This top visited park of the United States is called the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and Cades Cove is the most popular area of the park.