Pigeon Forge and Smoky Mountain Area Info
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We all travel. Perhaps we don’t all have the luxury of vacationing yearly, but when we do getaway, we want the experience to be worthwhile, memorable and fun. That is the purpose of this blog. We want to bring to you what we know and believe to be the top attractions, shows, restaurants etc for you and your family to enjoy. Here you will find not only the things you must see and do, but also learn some history of the area too.
Pigeon Forge Indoor Activities Let us face it. If you are a first timer to Pigeon Forge, it can be a bit overwhelming with what to do and what to see first. The spring, summer and fall months offer all kinds of fun activities for everyone to enjoy outdoors!...read more
Cades Cove History Cades Cove is one of the most visited areas in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Some would say it is the most visited. It makes for a unique and memorable experience as visitors can explore historic cabins, churches and even a grist mill....read more
Christ in the Smokies Museum and Gardens Christ in the Smokies Museum and Gardens used to be known as Christus Gardens. A young Ronald Ligon, whose dad was a wealthy owner of cemeteries and mausoleums, had a dream of opening it. Ron attended Vanderbilt University and...read more
Pigeon Forge Christmas Tips For one of the best Pigeon Forge Christmas Trips, be sure to read on. We have put together some great tips to help you and yours make many memories for a special holiday season. Whether it be venturing into the Great Smoky Mountains...read more
Why should you take a Vacation? Vacations are necessities, not luxuries. Many of us plan a vacation in advance and count down the days until we are on the road to freedom and relaxation! Others are so driven that they do not realize they need to take the time to...read more
Ober Gatlinburg Activities Tennessee’s only ski resort is located near the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains in Gatlinburg. Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort is alive and thriving from December through March each year. Ski and snowboard enthusiasts are raring to go hit...read more
Highest Peaks of the Smoky Mountains The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is over 800 square miles and totals 520,000 acres. With that being said, there is so much to see and do in the Smokies. Wonderful hikes, balds and waterfalls are throughout the Park. With so...read more
Pack a Suitcase in Minutes Whether you are driving an hour down the road for a quick weekend getaway or travelling across the country or globe, packing is a chore that you are going to have to do. It is frankly unavoidable and most everyone hates to do it. I easily...read more
Celebrate Veterans Day Veterans Day is always celebrated on November 11th each year. This national holidays pays tribute to all American veterans-living or deceased, but especially gives thanks to veterans who are still living. Now many people confuse Veterans Day...read more
Backpackers vs. Glampackers The Great Smoky Mountains National Park certainly sees its fair share of backpackers. It is one of the most beautiful places in the country and within a day's drive for a lot of folks. Backpacking has always been popular, but it seems to be...read more
Pigeon Forge Apple Barn Apple Pies and Fritters. You are now thinking about the Apple Barn are you not? Oh, there is something so delicious about their homemade goodies. I can tell you that locals love visiting just as much as the many tourists do that visit Pigeon...read more
Smoky Mountain Fall Foliage Perhaps you have seen pictures. Pictures of the ever changing Smoky Mountain Fall Foliage. Why not see it for yourself? 2016 is the year to visit the Smokies! Tomorrow is the first day of fall so there has never been a better time to make...read more