With so much to see and explore in the Smoky Mountains, there’s never a reason to be bored!

Hungry yet? Let us direct you to the very best places to eat while you vacation in The Smokies!

From hotels to cottages, cabins, and glamping, The Smokies offer great lodging options for everyone!

In the mood to enjoy a great special event? The Smokies offer concerts, celebrations, contests, and more!

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The Great Smoky Mountains

A part of the Appalachian Mountains, the breathtaking Smoky Mountains, or Smokies, stretch 72 miles along the Tennessee/North Carolina border. They are named so because of the haze from the moisture and organic compounds emitted by its abundant vegetation.

The Smoky Mountains are home to a vast number of diverse species of plants and wildlife, and is a part of “UNESCO’Man and Biosphere Programme (MAB)/International Biosphere Reserve”. This helps ensure that proper actions are taken to protect the mountains’ ecosystem while still allowing the public to enjoy them.

Yearning for a fun vacation within driving distance? The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is withing a day’s drive from two-thirds of the country’s population. Established in 1934, the national park hosts over 12 million visitors per year. In fact, it is the most visited national park in the United States! To visit the Smokies from the Tennessee side, you will take the scenic SR-441. This road passes through the beautiful and fun-filled cities of Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg, all of which offer a wide range of possible accommodations during your visit to the area. The park also offers camping and lodge accommodations.

Come to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and see for yourself why it is the most visited national park in the country. Nature lovers can watch the area wildlife and appreciate the variety of abundant plant life. Hiking trails of all levels are plentiful, as are places to fish and relax. With so much to do and see, you will not be disappointed in this national treasure!

Attractions

The Best Attractions in the Smokies

From the Smoky Mountains to Soaky Mountain, you’ll never run out of things to do in the Smokies.  Let us help you plan the perfect vacation. Check out the best attractions in the Smoky Mountains!

The Robert A. Tino Gallery

Robert’s work enjoys a devoted following of collectors that grows with each new release. Our gallery is located in Sevierville, TN. Visit us there or take a look at our online gallery. Read more here.

Moonshine Mountain Coaster

Come visit this award-winning mountain coaster in the Smoky Mountains! Coast down the mountain in their single or double rider cars where you can see the beautiful scenery at 30 mph. This family fun activity is the perfect addition for your Smoky Mountain vacation!

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Restaurants

The Best Places to Eat and Drink in the Smokies

Worked up an appetite? We’re not surprised! Luckily, there are hundreds of places to eat in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Sevierville. Here’s a list of the best restaurants in the Smoky Mountains.

LODGING

The Best Places to Stay in the Smokies

With so much to do and see here, you’re going to need places to stay in the Smoky Mountains. Looking for a hotel, condo, or cabin in the Smokies? Here’s a list of our favorite lodging options in Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg. Enjoy your stay!

Let your vacation memories be created in the only lakeside resort nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains! Learn more here.

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