Year: 2019

16 Must do Hiking Trails in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park encompasses an 522,427 acre area of Tennessee and North Carolina. In 2018, over 11.4 million outdoor enthusiasts roamed from the valleys to the peaks of the Smokies. Contents of the national park include 70 miles of the Appalachian Trail, the LeConte Lodge, about 800 miles of trails, camping sites, 2,100 miles of streams, and an abundance of wildlife and nature.
The following list has been compiled of some of the best hikes within the park to help you plan your Smoky Mountain National Park adventures.

Rafting in the Smoky Mountains

White water rafting is extremely popular when visiting the Smoky Mountains. When the weather is hot, there is no better way to stay cool while adventuring through the mountains than on a raft. Here are the best options for you when looking to go on a rafting trip while in the Smoky Mountains.

How to Save Money at Dollywood

If you are going to the theme park anytime soon, chances are you would like to know how to save money at Dollywood. These tips are best to know before you start your vacation so you can be properly prepared to save money.

New Things to Do in Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg 2019

Several new developments and tourism attractions are underway in Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Gatlinburg. Most of the projects, if not already, plan to be open by summer this year. The following list is going to help enhance the already great experience that this part of the Smokies has to offer. So take a gander below to help you plan your next Smoky Mountain vacation!

Best Zipline Tours in the Gatlinburg Area

If you are looking to take advantage of the fun activities offered in the Gatlinburg area, then you have to go on at least one of these zipline tours. These are good fun for the whole family, a group of friends, couples, groups and so on. The following options offer up some of the biggest fastest and longest ziplines in the Smoky Mountains.