4 Ways to Celebrate Easter in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge

Are you considering a visit to the Smokies as part of a spring break that lines up with Easter? Perhaps you’re planning a long weekend getaway over Easter weekend. In either case, the Smoky Mountains have plenty of fun-filled activities for the Easter season. We’ve highlighted four family-oriented activities for you to consider during the […]

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Things to Do in the Smokies in the Spring

While we chip away at the last remaining weeks of winter, we thought we’d share some great things to do in the spring while you’re here in the Smoky Mountains. It’s a wonderful time to be outdoors! St. Patrick’s Day Festivities Technically St. Patrick’s Day falls during winter, but it’s sure to put a spring […]

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Gatlinburg is Open!!!

Gatlinburg has opened to the public today, Friday, December 9th!! Gatlinburg has been closed due to the treacherous wildfires, but the amount of love and support that we have received has been truly incredible! We are humbled. MobileBrochure would like to thank everyone who makes the Great Smoky Mountains what they are. #SmokyMtnStrong.

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Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland at Smokies Stadium Adventures

Accompany Erika at Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland hosted at Tennessee Smokies Baseball Stadium. Experience the world’s largest fully synchronized LED Christmas light and music show from the comfort and warmth of your vehicle! Be sure to stop by Santa’s Workshop, which is free with admission to the light show! Sevierville’s show is open November 4, 2016 to […]

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Smoky Mountain Festivals in Winter

Winter is here already? I know we just saw the peak of fall foliage in the Smoky Mountains, but the Smokies starts their festivities off early. Early, like the second week of November! Gatlinburg Gatlinburg Winter Magic kicks off with a toasty Chili Cookoff from 5–8 p.m. on November 9th, which coincides with the start […]

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Places to Watch Live Sports in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg

Grab the chips, the dip, and the couch, because all of your favorite games are on! What do you do when you’re traveling, though, and want to catch the game with a bunch of other fans? We have the answers right here with four different locations to pick from for watching the game. Blue Moose Burgers […]

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Tennessee Smokies Baseball Adventures

Attend a Tennessee Smokies Baseball game with Erika, our Smoky Mountain Explorer. Their season runs April – September. They have an incredible fireworks show at their home games on Fridays & Saturdays. Check their website for the schedule.

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Eagle Springs Winery’s “Painting with a Twist” Adventures

Accompany Erika, our Smoky Mountain Explorer, as she paints a masterpiece while sipping on wine at Eagle Springs Winery’s Painting with at Twist. Eagle Springs Winery offers fun and interactive events such as Painting with a Twist & different wine festivals. At Eagle Springs Winery, they feature honey-based wines that are made locally in Tennessee. […]

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Guide to Planning a Wedding in the Smokies

If you’re planning a destination wedding, the Great Smoky Mountains is a beautiful place you should consider. You can have everything here—from the flowers and hair to the ceremony and honeymoon. Outside of what we have listed here, if you have any questions, you should contact the Smoky Mountain Wedding Association. They are a non-profit […]

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Tennessee Smokies Baseball: A Night to Remember

I grew up in a baseball-loving family where I was encouraged to try out for Little League even though that made me the only girl on the team. Additionally, my parents both coached girls’ softball, and my little sister was a bit of a softball phenom. I remember many happy evenings spent at local baseball […]

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