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1.) Greenbrier Valley Vacations has the perfect Mountain Cabins in Gatlinburg. Tell me a little history about Greenbrier and how long you have been around?

We have very loyal employees; have been at the same location since 1986 and in business for 26 years.

2.) What does Greenbrier offer that other cabins in the area may not?

Easy access to Greenbrier entrance to National Forest, Our office has a back way in to avoid traffic, 24 hour security, 3 outdoor pools, tennis court and 18 hole golf course.

3.) What does your guest at Greenbrier seem to love the most about their cabin stay?

Nature all around them and the wild life, the quiet, easy access to outside activity’s (hiking, fishing, golf,) and less traffic.

4.) How can guest benefit from renting a cabin for their family?

We offer friendly helpful staff, they earn free stays on the 5 star guest card, and a returning guest gets a 10% discount.

5.) What are 3 attractions that you would recommend to Pigeon Forge visitors?

National Forest, Trout fishing, zipline, Dixie Stampede and Dollywood.
Book Your Next Vacation at Greenbrier Valley Vacations Today...
Posted: 3/30/2012 12:00:00 PM by Jessica Bookstaff Doppelt | with 0 comments

Are you planning a wedding and don't know where to start? There are tons of great places out there to find some really unbelievable inspiration! 

You can find some great information on getting married in the Smokies at our very own PigeonForge.com! We have everything you need from when and how to pop the question to a full checklist for the bride!  


The perfect place to see some serious wedding inspiration is Style Me Pretty.  Warning: you will spend hours browsing through these amazing weddings!

How do you keep track of all these great ideas?  Check out Pinterest, you can create your own "pinboard" where you can organize your ideas, photos and plans all on one site!

Posted: 3/28/2012 2:27:31 PM by Jessica Bookstaff Doppelt | with 0 comments

The Pigeon Forge Titanic Museum is part of a 100th anniversary tribute on USA Today. The article names the Pigeon Forge Titanic Museum, "the most lavish monument to the sea's most famous disaster" and notes that the museum in the Smoky Mountains is as far from the sea as the Titanic was from land when it sank 100 years ago.  As the anniversary nears there will be plenty more coverage of the Titanic Museum and we're very excited about "A Night to Remember" and the Rose Petal Tribute, both are a part of the Titanic Museum's anniversary celebrations.

Posted: 3/27/2012 4:01:30 PM by Jessica Bookstaff Doppelt | with 0 comments

On Friday, Dolly Parton unveiled her latest attraction at Dollywood, The Wild Eagle. It's a $20 million winged, floorless roller coaster fashioned to look like a bald eagle. As for the remainder of 2012, Parton says she plans to spend the time writing - and not just anything. Parton is crafting a musical about her life story.

"I've been writing for a long, long time my life story as a musical," says Dolly. "I don't know how I'm going to do it, if I'm going to do it as a movie, as a series, or if I'm going to do it on stage or some of all, but I've just taken off now to write. I'm just trying to find my place, rest a little bit and pray a little more and feel it out. I know that I'll know exactly what I want to do." Parton already has a clear vision of the musical. "I think about all my life has been," she says. "I think about my humble days ... I picture my early life in Nashville. I picture myself through the Porter Wagoner days and all of the stuff that went on with that. Then all the things like the Dollywoods and doing business with the big guys. I just picture it sexually, spiritually, successful, all things that I am. I am a coat of many colors."

When she's finished with it, Parton says the musical will feature some of her biggest hits as well as the songs she's in the process of writing. We can't wait!

Posted: 3/26/2012 5:18:08 PM by Jessica Bookstaff Doppelt | with 0 comments

We all know that every bride dreams of having the ideal weather on the day of their wedding but we also know that mother nature doesn't always cooperate.  For those who are having a spring wedding the dreaded "April showers" are the number one concern, those having a summer wedding wish for a mild summer day and maybe even a Christmas or winter wedding might wish or a little bit of snow on their day.  Whatever your season and concern here are few bits of inspiration. 

This couple embraced the rain on their day and even though her dress may be destroyed, they ended up with some really beautiful photos! 

If  you're having a summer wedding in the hot and humid Smoky Mountains be sure to find ways to keep your guests cool! Serving ice cream in mason jars is a perfect way to do that! 

If it's calling for rain go ahead and get those rain boots and umbrellas ready! 

Posted: 3/21/2012 2:28:37 PM by Jessica Bookstaff Doppelt | with 0 comments

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Our stay was just what we needed. As always Pigeon Forge was perfect, with all the outdoor activities like hiking and biking to spending our nights watching the great shows! We always feel like it's home away from home. Wish we could have stayed longer!

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