Ole Smoky Distillery Adventures

Accompany Erika as she gets a behind the scenes look at Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery & Ole Smoky Whiskey Distillery. They are Tennessee’s first legal moonshine distillery and use local ingredients. Stop by, take a tour and enjoy some free music.

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Celebrate the Fourth in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge

Pull out your American flags, your drink koozies, and your lawn chairs, because it’s time to celebrate America’s Independence!  Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge are full of fun and festivities, and each city has a unique take on celebrating. Gatlinburg starts out the day bright and early. Well, technically, it’s very dark. At the stroke of […]

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Things to Do in the Smokies in the Summer

The temperature is climbing, activities are getting into full swing, and the mountains are ready for you! Whether you want an outdoor trip, a family excursion, or a weekend getaway, there are plenty of things to do in the Smokies and surrounding areas in the summer. Get wet and wild Read our blog post on […]

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Rocky Top Wine Trail Adventures

Taste your way through the Smoky Mountains on the Rocky Top Wine Trail! The trail includes five wineries; Sugarland Cellars Winery, Mountain Valley Winery, Hillside Winery, The Apple Barn Winery, Eagle Springs Winery and one moonshine stop at Doc Collier Moonshine Distillery, all of which are made here, locally!! Be sure to include the Rocky […]

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Free things to do in Gatlinburg, Sevierville, and Pigeon Forge

Planning a budget conscious trip to the Smokies isn’t as tricky as you may think. From museums and public parks that provide a wide range of activities to local businesses offering free (or very low cost) attractions, options abound for those seeking to come and enjoy the area without breaking the bank. In order to […]

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Celebrate Freedom in Pigeon Forge

Discounts for America’s Heroes Pigeon Forge teamed up with local businesses and vendors to provide discounts throughout the month of August for emergency responders, firefighters, police, active military, and veterans. We want to thank any members of the armed forces/veterans/first-responders mentioned above who are reading this post. Your service is much appreciated! While there is […]

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