Want to get away from the hustle-bustle yet still have easy access to fun-filled family attractions? Rent a cabin or chalet in the Tennessee Smoky Mountains. Most rentals are conveniently located just minutes from Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg... yet all offer soul-soothing peace and privacy amid stunning mountain scenery. Even if you're staying within city limits, you'll feel as if you're in a whole other world.
The Smoky Mountains are a top destination for family vacations! That's because the area is overflowing with incredible, kid-friendly things to do. To help guarantee you have the best vacation with your children, we've come up with 5 of the best things to do in the Smoky Mountains for kids.
When you plan your family vacation to the Smoky Mountains, you look for exciting things to do together that will create long-lasting memories. There are so many amazing experiences you can share with each other that will make your vacation even more special. To help guarantee you have an incredible time, we've come up with 3 can't-miss Smoky Mountain attractions for your family vacation.
It's home to the largest old-growth forest east of the Mississippi... the densest Black Bear population in the Eastern U.S…. and the widest variety of salamanders outside of the tropics.
Pigeon Forge is one of the top places to vacation with your family. There are countless things to do in the area that everyone in the family will enjoy. To make your family vacation more affordable, take advantage of the coupons available for some of the best attractions around! Here are the 6 must-have Pigeon Forge coupons for the top family-friendly attractions:
Ready to see the mountains in a thrilling new way? Ride the Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster.
If you've ever visited the Smoky Mountains National Park, you know all about the beautiful scenery. But even veteran visitors may not be fully aware of all the fascinating lore surrounding this world-famous park. Here are 10 fun facts that may surprise (and delight) you.
When you think of Smoky Mountain cabins, you might envision small, rustic homes with cozy fireplaces, sitting atop out-of-the-way mountain peaks. Yes, some are just like that. However, there's also a large variety of other rental options – from small secluded cabins to large luxury cabins, chalets, and lodges. Choosing the one you like best can be an exciting process.
Looking for something different to do in the Great Smoky Mountains? We've got you covered! Along with all the famed attractions you already know and love, the Pigeon Forge area hosts a wide range of fun-filled adventures sure to please your entire family.
The new year is the traditional time for recharging your batteries. And there's no better place to destress and refresh than the breathtaking Smoky Mountains. Especially from January through May, when the Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge area hosts an array of events and festivals, culminating in Wilderness Wildlife Week. (More about that in a bit.)
Each year, thousands and thousands of visitors to the Great Smoky Mountains make overnight rental cabins their accommodations of choice. It's not hard to understand why. Cabins offer a lot of advantages for the traveler, including a wide range of sizes to accommodate small or large groups, economic efficiency, a home-like atmosphere, privacy and seclusion, and amenities that you usually don't find in the typical hotel or motel.
Pigeon Forge is famous for its spectacular live entertainment. But not all shows are appropriate for families with small children. Here are seven fun shows everyone can appreciate, from tots to teens to parents and grandparents.
You don't have to spend a fortune to have a fabulous time in the Smokies. Here are a few cool ways you and your family can enjoy the mountains this November... without straining your budget.
Between hiking, zip lining, shopping, and all of the other fun activities in the Great Smoky Mountains, you're going to work up quite an appetite. Fortunately, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg have hundreds of amazing restaurants to explore. Food choices in the Smokies run the gamut from traditional southern barbecue to international cuisine and vegetarian-friendly eateries. Whatever sounds good, we've got it.
Encompassing 816 square miles and occupying parts of two states, Great Smoky Mountains National Park covers a lot of territory – typically way more than most folks can take on in a lifetime, much less a single visit. As a result, visitors (more than 9 million annually) tend to focus on the more popular destinations within the park – sites like Cades Cove or Clingmans Dome or the visitor centers located on either side of the park (one for TN, one for NC).