The Tennessee Museum of Aviation in Sevierville hosts a climate-controlled, 35,000 sq ft hangar filled with arrays of exhibits and memorabilia. It also has real warplanes that fly, and a runway right outside the hangar doors to prove that museums don’t have to be dull, or quiet, or even stay still without moving! Continue reading
The 5th Annual Smoky Mountain Military and Relic Show is coming to Pigeon Forge at the Smoky Mountain Convention Center this weekend, August 23-24. This year the show combines with a tribute to Vietnam veterans in a parade on Saturday, August 23, and an exhibit staged August 21-24. Continue reading
The 3rd Annual Smoky Mountains Songwriters Festival bursts into song again in Gatlinburg starting on Thursday through this weekend, August 21-24. It’s four days of mostly free music with a couple of ticketed events, when legends and industry pros mingle with the public in a highly entertaining musical event you will want to plunge into.
Where better than Gatlinburg in summer for musicians and music lovers to come together to celebrate the Appalachian musical roots of much of America’s famous music. Continue reading
Welcome to Brave Eagle, a 1-bedroom luxury cabin perched in the Smoky Mountains, with a view that offers you as much of the mountains as you care to take in, from your hot tub or rocking chair on the deck
Sometimes you just want give your eyes a vacation. That’s when you need a cabin like Brave Eagle, with a great view of the mountains, easy on the eyes and uplifting to look at, a view to gaze at endlessly. Continue reading
“Marriage is the crowning result of love in the supremely romantic Smoky Mountains.”
People come to the Smoky Mountains for a romantic getaway, and to get married, and to honeymoon. And they return frequently thereafter to celebrate their life with each other, and years later to renew their vows to each other, often with their grown-up children looking on, to everybody’s great satisfaction. Continue reading
There’s plenty of Smoky Mountain spirit to be found in Alewine Pottery of Gatlinburg, Tennessee. This much loved, family-run shop knows how to roll out the welcome mat and provide friendly, individual service.
The Alewine family plies its visitors with free complimentary popcorn, coffee and apples, provide rocking chairs and a checkers table, with live banjo music just outside. Continue reading
Can you enjoy Pigeon Forge cabin living and still be in walking distance of the action on Parkway? With Smoky Mountain Retreat cabin you can!
Located just off Parkway up the hill in Pin Oak Resort, this 1-bedroom cabin offers its own hot tub on the back deck in the trees, with the resort swimming pool close by, and a great deal of convenience! Continue reading
What’s more relaxing than a gorgeous view of the Smoky Mountains from your hot tub on the deck of your luxury cabin? Well, how about a massage with that?
How about a massage service that provides cabin-calls? A Mountain View Spa offers services that come to you, to take relaxation to a whole new level.
From one of our rental cabins schedule your service with a skilled therapeutic massage professional. A Mountain View Spa offers you 7 different types of massages to choose from, each lasting at least an hour. Continue reading
Who’s going to the Gatlinburg Craftsmen’s Fair? This 2014 summer’s Fair is held July 18-27 in the Gatlinburg Convention Center. Over 200 booths of every conceivable form of arts and crafts, live demonstrations of skill and talent from among our huge local community as well as from across the nation. Continue reading
“Sweet Magnolias” is a 3-bedroom luxury cabin situated close to Pigeon Forge but offering a large degree of seclusion – a private world with wooded views in the trees of the Smoky Mountains. Continue reading