Category archive: Smoky Mountains

Easter Weekend 2017

Easter weekend 2017 in the Smoky Mountains brings excitement, celebration and worship. Here’s what’s happening and where to find it.

Kids, get some sleep on Friday night because Saturday morning, April 15, 2017, the Easter Egg hunt gets underway at 10:30 am in Pigeon Forge. The hunt is in Patriot Park – always a great place to visit and take a breather from the rest of the bustle on the strip.

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2017 Spring Trout Tournament – 19th Annual

troutThe first full weekend in April means it’s time again to go fishing in the annual trout tournament in the Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge area. In 2017, this weekend is April 1-2, Saturday and Sunday, marking the 19th Annual Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament.

Once again over 10,000 trout have been stocked in over 20 miles of prime fishing streams for the event. There are cash prizes amounting to more than $10,000, in what is held to be one of the best fishing contests in the southeast. Recent rains mean the streams are deep and flowing.

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Hot Rods and Cool Views in the Smoky Mountains

Ever since days of the moonshiners, when legends emerged about cars so quick that they could outrun the revenuers, automobile culture has been an important part of the Smoky Mountains region. This tradition continues today, as Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and the surrounding area are home to a variety of popular events and attractions celebrating the power and beauty of American cars.

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Services and Extras Delivered to your Cabin in the Smoky Mountains

Visitors come to the Great Smoky Mountains for a variety of reasons. Whether for a weekend getaway, mini vacation or extended stay, the mountains are a source of beauty, relaxation, and attractions. One of the first things on the agenda when planning a trip is deciding where to stay. If you’ve chosen a luxury mountain cabin from our array of Gatlinburg cabins, give yourself even more luxury with these extra in-cabin services available.

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Rental Cabins – Tips & Discounts for Visiting the Smoky Mountains

Even for repeat visitors to the Smoky Mountains area of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, there is so much to do and see that it’s important to plan your time for the best results. So here, from Cabins of the Smoky Mountains – the largest company for Gatlinburg cabin rentals as well as Pigeon Forge and the surrounding area – is a guide to some of the ways to plan the smartest options for your trip.

How do you find the best cabin to stay in? Start with our articles on How to Find Your Perfect Cabin in the Smoky Mountains: What to Look For and also How to Get the Best Value in your rental cabin. Also check our general advice for making your stay in the Smoky Mountains great: Must-Read Tips For a Great Smokies Visit.

Remember, you can always call us day or night for guidance from our friendly front desk receptionists, at 855-91-SMOKY. Sometimes the lines are busy, so just try again, maybe later in the evening. Call us with any questions at all – the more you can plan ahead the better your trip will be.

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Love All Year Long: Four Seasons of Romance in the Smoky Mountains

What better way to experience the gorgeous landscape of the Smoky Mountains than with the person you love most? Whether you’re just getting to know someone special or are planning to celebrate a decades-long marriage, the Smoky Mountains is the perfect place to stir up romance. You can spend days in the Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge area discovering local treasures, and relaxing in your luxury cabin.

Mysterious. Colorful. Mesmerizing. Unforgettable. All these and more have been used to describe the Smoky Mountain experience. This area stands out for its mix of warm Southern hospitality, majestic forests, and spectacular mountain views.

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Public Parks in Gatlinburg & Pigeon Forge

With Great Smoky Mountains National Park on the doorstep, it’s often overlooked that Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge both have some fine public parks to enjoy. These are great places to get out of the bustle and stroll or picnic.

Visitors to Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge have a plethora of attractions and activities to enjoy morning, noon, and night. From hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains or ice skating at Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort to exhilarating thrill rides and exciting shows at Dollywood, there’s something to do for everyone of all ages.

While enjoying the sights and sounds of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, expand your horizons, and set out on additional adventures at area public parks to experience the flavor of the Tennessee culture and countryside.

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Wears Valley Cabins – on the Quiet Side of the Smokies

Wears Valley offers a tranquil alternative to the Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg bustle, and many visitors to the Smoky Mountains choose this “quiet side of the Smokies” for their stay. The area offers great views of the mountains, proximity to Cades Cove, and easier access to Great Smoky Mountains National Park through Townsend than through Gatlinburg.

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