All tagged Great Smoky Mountains
Each day thousands of cars rush through the Pigeon River Gorge and past the Waterville Road exit at the Tennessee/North Carolina State Line. However, most people probably don’t realize the natural wonders lying just a couple of miles away inside the Big Creek area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
One of the joys of traveling is getting a taste of other cultures so it’s great when you can do that without having to travel very far. Each year when Dollywood opens for a new season, the world comes to the theme park in the Great Smoky Mountains. The Festival of Nations offers park guests a taste of music, entertainment, and food from around the world without leaving the park.
For decades a stretch of the Foothills Parkway about a mile and a half long remained incomplete. Now thanks to a mix of engineering and funding, this “missing link” allows people access to the entire stretch between Wears Valley (near Pigeon Forge) and Walland (near Townsend).
Dollywood's Festival of Nations offers visitors to the theme park a chance to travel around the world all in one day.
Heading Downtown for the holidays is coming back into style. Check out what's happening in Downtown Maryville.
When Dolly comes home, she usually has some big announcements. On Friday, November 3rd, she filled in folks on the big plans for the park in 2018.
Driving between Gatlinburg and Cosby, there is a section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park where it's worthwhile turning off the road. Greenbrier is a great place to get up close to a wild stretch of river, find wildflowers and catch the fall colors.
From a history making dam to the nation's most visited National Park, there is a lot to see along U.S. 441, and even more in the fall.
In the middle of one of Gatlinburg's newest attraction you'll find a moving tribute to the survivors of the wildfires of 2016.
Labor Day is the end of a long weekend for many, but it also marks the end of the season for Dollywood's Splash Country.