Tuckaleechee Caverns Adventures

Discover Tuckaleechee Caverns with Erik in Townsend, Tennessee. Tuckaleechee Caverns are known as the “Greatest Site Under the Smokies.” They are estimated to be between 20 to 30 million years old! Come see them for yourself!

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3 Challenging Great Smoky Mountains National Park Trails

Are the paved hiking trails and even terrain proving to be boring or overpopulated? Do you want to get an exceptional view of the Smokies and break a sweat getting there? Why not take a trail “less traveled” where you can test your endurance? We’ve picked out three trails in the Great Smoky Mountains National […]

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Things to Do in the Smokies in the Winter

Winter brings a cold chill to the air, blankets the Smokies in snow, and gives visitors the opportunity to gear up with their stash of coats, gloves, and hats. There are plenty of things to do in the Smokies in Winter, and we’ve highlighted some of our favorite activities here for you. Outdoors Ober Gatlinburg […]

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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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5 Places to Visit off the Beaten Path in the Smokies

If you have a sense of adventure and you’re not afraid to try new things, then this list is just for you. We’ve highlighted five places you should visit if you want to step off from some of the typical tourist routes when you’re visiting the Smokies. Greenbrier A great place for viewing spring wildflowers, […]

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park Adventures

Enjoy the beautiful outdoors with Erika in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Nestled between North Carolina and Tennessee, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited park in the United States. Come for a visit and you will quickly see why!

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The Great Smoky Mountains: What to Bring on a Day’s Hike

So you’ve decided you’re finally going to take that long day hike in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. You’ve seen the awe-inspiring pictures and even have a trek mapped out—let’s say the view of Cades Cove from the top of Gregory Bald (the azaleas are fantastic in June!). But what do you bring on […]

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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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Corporate Events in the Smokies

Planning a corporate event in the Smoky Mountain area? Looking for a place to have a company retreat? Do you find yourself in need of quick printing for a last-minute job? Whether you’re looking to hold corporate events in the Smokies or need various resources for your business, we’re here to help! Corporate Events The […]

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5 Toddler-friendly Activities in the Gatlinburg Area

You’re planning your destination vacation, and you have a three-year-old who loves to play.  Yet you’re unsure of what toddler-friendly activities there are to do in Gatlinburg. You’ve come to the right place! We’ve assembled five adventurous activities in Gatlinburg that are sure to fill your child’s eyes with wonder and amazement. What’s even better is they’ll be fun […]

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