Surprising Facts You Don’t Know About the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
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The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a spectacular place, filled with wonder and adventure across its 522,427 acres. The park was established in 1934, and turns 85 this September, but what else do you know about the park? We’re going to share the most interesting facts. 1. Cherokee Called the Area “Land of the […]

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Non-Touristy things to do in the Smokies – Vacation Like a Local!
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Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and Sevierville locals enjoy the shows and attractions that visitors do, but they also have some favorite spots that are a little less crowded and involve fewer sightseers. Let’s keep this between us, ok?! In Summer Temperatures can get steamy in the Smokies in the summer. The locals know where to cool […]

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Roller Coaster Thrill Seekers Find Twists, Turns and Drops in The Great Smoky Mountains
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Looking for roller coaster thrills while visiting The Great Smoky Mountains? We’ve got you covered with a list of coasters for all ages and all thrill seekers. There are no less than 14 roller coasters, including 9 at world famous Dollywood. The first roller coaster in the United States opened at Coney Island, in Brooklyn, […]

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Find a Great Southern Meal in the Smokies
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Find Great Southern Meals in the Smokies from BBQ and Pimento Cheese to Biscuits and Gravy You’re heading to the Great Smoky Mountains – in addition to the world-famous mountains, the hiking, the animals, the fun, you also want an authentic southern meal- or seven. We will guide you – from casual southern lunches such […]

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