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What could be more romantic than cuddling with a loved one in the crisp mountain air? Winter is lingering in the Smoky Mountains, bringing with it flickering candlelight, crackling fireplaces, and gorgeous sunsets. Whether you want to explore the city and the mountains or spend a quiet weekend curled up together by the fire, our cabins are the perfect fit for a romantic holiday getaway.
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Stressed? Tired? Overworked?
Studies show many Americans are, and it’s doing absolutely no favors for their health or relationships. In fact, stress has been directly linked to issues such as high blood pressure, a greater likelihood of contracting colds or the flu, and fights in relationships.
Who needs any of that?
If you’re stressed, the best remedy is to take a break and indulge in a bit of pampering. And what better place to pamper yourself than in the Smoky Mountains?
New Year’s Eve 2017 is bigger and better than ever in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, to welcome the start of 2018 with amazing fireworks, free shows, and plenty of other events happening in the evening.
The Christmas season is in full swing and one great way to enjoy the holiday spirit is by catching some of the spectacular Christmas performances put on at this time of year. Here are some of the very top shows in the area.
The Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge area of the Smoky Mountains puts on a fabulous light show each Christmas, with many millions of lights to see. From driving tours through towns to stage shows to spectacular fireworks, there are plenty of opportunities for you to get in the holiday spirit and see millions of lights in the Smokies this season.
These noteworthy light displays and shows are some of the most popular Christmas celebrations in the area.
Dollywood in Pigeon Forge will celebrate Christmas 2017 with numerous concerts, performances, activities, and spectacles, in its Smoky Mountain Christmas season from November 4, 2017 through January 3, 2018.
Dollywood puts on a great show in every season, and Christmas 2017 is no exception. Expect some of the area’s best food, costumes, lights, decorations, music and merriment. Here are highlights of the Dollywood Christmas festivities.
It’s Christmas in the Smokies Bluegrass Festival again in Pigeon Forge as Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road gather with a couple of dozen hot bluegrass bands and performers for this year’s amazing music festival, Wednesday though Saturday, December 6-9, 2017.
This is a really good 4-day festival, held at Smoky Mountain Convention Center on Parkway, with top-notch talent. Lorraine Jordan is a legend in the genre – she and her band’s musicians are all highly awarded. She is noted for her fusion of country music and bluegrass in her Country Grass offerings and collaborations with country performers – as you can find out for yourself on Saturday night when she and the band play with country star Eddie Raven.
December 1, 2017 marks the arrival of the 42nd Annual Fantasy of Lights Christmas parade in Gatlinburg. It starts at 7:30 pm on East Parkway at Baskin Creek Bypass, (line up begins around 5:30 pm). The parade will roll into Parkway itself (at Light 3) and continue south down the strip, arriving at Traffic Light #10 by about 9 pm.
Tunes and Tales is back in Gatlinburg for the Christmas season of 2017. Musicians and other costumed performers will appear along Parkway on Friday and Saturday evenings, 5-9:30 pm, November 24-25, December 1-2, 8-9, and 15-16.
Pigeon Forge is the place to be Thanksgiving evening, November 23, 2017 for the annual fireworks show at the Titanic Museum attraction on Parkway between Lights #1 and #0. The show starts at 7 pm.
The Titanic offers one of the greatest pyrotechnic displays of the year, and you can easily view it from the large parking lot, or go on board and join the special festivities – if you can get a ticket that is. The Titanic is very popular at any time and this special event draws thousands of people.