The Ultimate Girls' Getaway Weekend In The Smoky Mountains

Christmas Place Bell Tower EntranceWhen the holidays roll around, it's time for you and your closest friends to set your sights on a little retail therapy and girl time! With no kids, no guys, and no responsibilities, there's no end to the fun you can plan for your girls' getaway.

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Get A Bird's Eye View Of Gatlinburg Via The Space Needle

Space Needle Gatlinburg Tennessee street viewAny trip with family or friends to Tennessee has to include the incredible sights of the Smoky Mountains, but you need not climb every peak to get amazing views. The Gatlinburg Space Needle is a top local attraction that transports you more than 400 feet high for a truly panoramic glimpse of the mountain ranges and the towns surrounding them.

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Shopping in Gatlinburg & Pigeon Forge: Best Retail Therapy!

The Incredible Christmas Place plazaSummer is over and the chill of fall (along with another school year) is settling in before the impending holiday rush. You deserve a break prior to the hectic Christmas season and shopping in the Smokies is just the ticket.

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Smoky Mountains Vacations | Family-Friendly Fun for All Ages

Smoky Mountain Cabin with view

Smoky Mountains Vacations Offer Something for Everyone

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Smoky Mountains Hiking Tips for Beginners: Easy Trails List

Smoky Mountains Hiking to see Waterfalls

A Beginner's Guide to Smoky Mountains Hiking

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Smoky Mountains Helicopter Tours Offer Views with a Thrill!

Scenic Helicopter Tours landing pad

Helicopter Tours: A Thrilling Way to See the Smoky Mountains from the Air

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Getting Married? How to Plan a Smoky Mountain Wedding!

The Wedding Day at Pigeon Forge Wedding Chapel

Why Should Brides Get Married in the Smoky Mountains?

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Plan a Relaxing Smoky Mountain Vacation in 4 Easy Steps

Condo In The Smokies offers value and lots of spaceWhether you're craving a quick road trip or a full week off, the point of a vacation is to leave stress and aggravation behind. However, many people unintentionally drag these along with them on their trip. What fun is that? In order to ensure a truly relaxing Smoky Mountain vacation, there are four primary steps you'll want to take.

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How to Save Money on Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge Attractions

Ripleys Believe It Or Not MuseumYou've planned this trip for months, or maybe even for years. The whole family is looking forward to enjoying some of the most spectacular scenery this country has to offer. Of course, while you're in the Great Smoky Mountains, you won't want to miss out on seeing some of the many attractions. Dolly Parton's Stampede, Ripley's Believe It or Not!, and other must-see destinations are definitely on your list.

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Sew Traditions with the Experts at A Mountain Quiltfest

A Mountain Quilt Fest showroom areaYou've snuggled under them on cold winter evenings at Grandma's house, lovingly tucked them around a sleeping baby, and spent hours piecing fabric together for a special gift. Large and small, modern or traditional, quilts have certainly earned their place in our history and in our hearts.

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What You Should Know Before Renting a Cabin in the Smokies

How To Book A Cabin The Tennessee Smoky Mountains region offers so many options for visitors – hotels, bed-and-breakfasts, camping and RV sites – that perhaps a cabin sounds like just another housing choice. It isn't.

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Sevierville Attractions Even the Locals Love

Tennessee Smokies Baseball gameTourism in the Smokies dates back to the 1930s and 1940s, when visitors started coming to the new Great Smoky Mountains National Park. From there, Gatlinburg became a tourism destination thanks to its crafts and its proximity to the park. By the 1970s and 1980s, Pigeon Forge was developing as a tourist stop thanks to the 1982 World's Fair and the opening of Dollywood in 1986.

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5 Fun Things You Must Do In Cades Cove Today

Historic Cades Cove church to exploreCades Cove is one of the most popular destinations in all of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This 11-mile auto loop takes visitors on a tour of a once tight-knit community that existed before the creation of the national park. Today, many of the cove's homesteads, churches and other structures have been preserved to show park visitors today what life was like in rural East Tennessee in the 1800s.

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Your Guide to Bed And Breakfast Inns in the Smoky Mountains

Richmont Inn bedroom with mountain viewsWhen it comes to choosing a place to stay in the Smokies, accommodations like hotels, motels, condos and cabins are usually the first options to pop into mind. However, when was the last time you considered staying in a bed and breakfast inn? They offer many advantages such as homey, comfortable bedrooms, expertly prepared morning meals, scenic and isolated settings, and a personalized level of service that you often won't find in more commercial ventures.

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5 Delicious Restaurants in the Glades Arts & Crafts Community

Taste the treats at arts and craftsThe Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community of Gatlinburg has been a must-see site in the Smokies for decades. This historic eight-mile loop-consisting primarily of Glades Rd. and Buckhorn Rd.-is home to more than 120 working artists and craftsmen. You can visit their shops, studios and galleries, watching the artists at work and take home a unique creation or two.

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