Great Smoky Mountains Half Marathon and 5K

Does a sunrise run in the peaceful Smoky Mountains sound like your idea of heaven?  Come visit the only FREE national park in the country! While the Great Smoky Mountains make a beautiful running backdrop any time of year, once a year an amazing event takes place on the “Peaceful Side of the Smokies.”  The […]

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4 Great Family Spring Break Ideas
A family sitting together on a picnic blanket smiling in the sunshine

Spring break is an amazing time to come visit the Smoky Mountains! After the off-season lull, many business are reopening and ready to welcome visitors from all over the world.  With so many things to see and do, your family won’t be bored on a trip to Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge! Here’s our list of […]

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Six Gatlinburg Romantic Meal Spots While Visiting the Smoky Mountains
Collage of photos from the grounds at Buckhorn Inn, courtesy of Buckhorn.

When planning a romantic winter weather snuggle in a Smoky Mountain cabin, you’ll need to consider where to have a dinner with your sweetie. Here are six amazing Gatlinburg romantic meal spots with excellent food, views and vibes. The Gatlinburg Classic The Peddler Steakhouse in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Guests are surrounded by warmth and history. Stone […]

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6 Reasons You Should Visit Cades Cove
Springtime Landscape at Cades Cove by Nancy J Olds

It’s no secret that Cades Cove is a favorite destination for many people visiting the Smokies.  In fact, if Cades Cove was its own National Park, it would be the third most visited national park in the country! With more than 11 million people coming through the Smokies each year, and nearly 4 million of […]

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