Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge
summer view of the Gatlinburg aerial tram

The Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge can be difficult decision to make, especially when you’re on limited time. So we decided to make it a little less taxing as you undergo the  Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge dilemma with a guide to which town might be better for you.  Plus, following this guide just might help you […]

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Outdoor Dining In The Smoky Mountains
a group of friends dining outdoors

Spring has sprung and what better way to celebrate than by enjoying a meal and/or cocktails outside? We have the best places to enjoy the Great Smoky Mountains. Tom & Earl’s Back Alley Grill From snacks to burgers, paninis and salads, the Back Alley Grill offers fun and delicious choices. Start with fried green tomatoes, cream […]

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Holiday Meals In The Smokies
family style meat and three

Looking for Holiday Meals in the Smokies? The Great Smoky Mountains Offer an Abundance of Holiday Eating Options – Pick up or Eat In When you plan your holiday visit to the Great Smoky Mountains, you’ll need to find holiday meals in the Smokies. While your cabin has a fully equipped kitchen ready for your […]

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Best Tennessee Christmas Recipes
Quail

Good eats have always been a part of the Southern appeal.  Homemade fares full of rich flavors such as buttermilk fried chicken, biscuits, casseroles, and more are staple treats the South is known for.  These scrumptious foods are truly prepared to perfection for the holiday season.  Here are some top notch Holiday recipes to share […]

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New Restaurants In The Smokies
a classic hamburger at BurgerMaster in Townsend

Are you tired of going to the same restaurants in the Smokies, and looking for a couple new places to try?  We have some suggestions for you. From brunch to dinner, there’s something new and different or coming soon. Here’s our top 5. Smith & Son Corner Kitchen Smith & Son ’s Corner Kitchen is […]

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Smoky Mountain Harvest Festival

Fall in the Great Smoky Mountains is a glorious experience, filled with color, cool nights and so much to do! Fall begins here with the Harvest Festival – a 9-week-long event that includes the transformation of Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville into a quaint fall wonderland. This year, there will be life-size 3-D Scarecrow people […]

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7 Unique Places To Eat Ice Cream and Treats in The Smokies
scooping ice-cream

You scream! I scream! We all scream for ice cream! It’s summer in the Smokies and a great way to beat the heat is with a delicious cold treat. And not just any treat – Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville have some truly fun shops with unique ice cream creations and sweet snacks. Mad Dog’s […]

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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the Smokies
Happy St. Patrick's Day

The next big celebration holiday is St. Patrick’s Day – are you ready? Do you like wearin’ o’ the green? Drinkin’ o’ the beer? The Great Smoky Mountains is a wonderful place to celebrate – whether in a beautiful cabin with an Irish celebration of your own making and traditions or out and about in […]

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Recreate Your Favorite Recipes from Gatlinburg at Home!
Recipes from Gatlinburg TN

Missing the Smoky Mountains but a trip isn’t in the cards right now?  You’re not alone!  When you can’t make it to Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge we have fun ways to bring the mountains to you in your very own home.  We’ve even compiled our favorite list of recipes from Gatlinburg and recipes from Pigeon […]

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