Filed under: Gatlinburg — Gatlinburg Pigeon Forge Attractions August 17, 2008 @ 8:49 am
When you visit Gatlinburg you will not be able to miss the Sky Lift. If you take a ride you will see stunning views of the city that can’t be described – only experienced. If you’re a little scared of heights and can’t imagine getting on the Sky Lift the problem is solved – somewhat.
Check out this video of Gatlinburg taken from the Sky Lift.
The Gatlinburg Smoky Mountains Harvest festival will kick off on September 12, 2008 and carry on through October 31, 2008. The beginning of fall always proves to be a spectacular event in the mountains – especially in Gatlinburg.
Aside from the beauty of the fall landscape surrounding Gatlinburg, you will find an awesome craft fair and you can find some of the best handmade candles, pottery, wood crafts, and paintings in North America.
Be sure you include Gatlinburg in your fall vacation plans so you can experience and enjoy the beauty of the Smoky Mountains in fall.
Filed under: Gatlinburg,Travel — Gatlinburg Pigeon Forge Attractions June 6, 2008 @ 8:32 am
What are your vacation plans this summer? No matter where you are in the county, you need to take some time for YOU this summer to unwind and rejuvenate yourself. If you are having a hard time deciding what you would like to do, or where you would like to go, I urge you to consider Gatlinburg, Tennessee. There are many things for you to do no matter what your preferences are – going out on the town, golf, swimming, shopping and more.
Still not sure what you want to do? Check out this article from the Daily Missippian by Erin Parsons about different vacation options and especially check out the Gatlinburg plug.
Filed under: Gatlinburg — Gatlinburg Pigeon Forge Attractions June 4, 2008 @ 9:37 am
Synchronous fireflies are about to show off for the residents and visitors of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Gatlinburg. Their mating season begins and you will be able to check out the fireflies flashing across the mountain side.
The flashing usually doesn’t occur in unison but you will be able to see waves of light across the mountains.
Since viewing this natural light show has become such a big deal, Gatlinburg has put in driving restrictions. Unless you’re camping at the Elkmont Campground, only Gatlinburg trolleys will be allowed passed the Sugarlands visitor center until June 14.