Back To School Giveaway 2016

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It's that time of year again, but just because school is back in session doesn't mean you and the family can't take a weekend trip to Pigeon Forge! With loads of attractions and fun for all ages, you can win a trip you'll never forget. All you have to do is LIKE & SHARE one of our posts about the giveaway on social media and you will automatically be entered to win all of these amazing prizes! Here are the links to the posts:

You have until Friday, August 26 to be entered to win, so make sure you hit each post on our Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram pages. Don't forget to follow us if you don't already for chances to win even more great prizes! Good luck!

Here's a glimpse at everything in the winning package:

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Old Creek Lodge: 2 Night Stay

Experience true Smoky Mountain charm and Southern hospitality at Old Creek Lodge, a comfortable downtown Gatlinburg hotel where rustic style meets ultimate comfort. Each guest room features country-chic furnishings sure to make you feel right at home, along with a private balcony overlooking a gently flowing mountain stream.

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Smokies Baseball: 4 Tickets

Check out the 2016 baseball season of the Smokies and enjoy a nine-inning vacation! Smokies Baseball is fun for the whole family. The stadium is located just off the Sevierville Exit 407 on the way to Pigeon Forge. Enjoy a delicious American pastime with a ballpark frank while the family cheers on the team to the home stretch!

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Mama's Farmhouse: $50 Gift Certificate

Discover what it means to dine in southern Appalachia at the base of the Smoky Mountains. Harken back to a time when folks gathered around the table and passed bowl after bowl of homemade goodness in the spirit of family, fellowship, and healing. Double-breaded marinated fried chicken, okra, sweet corn pie, green beans and closely held mountain secrets make this a meaningful homespun experience. Take home a few jars for your pantry!

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Country Tonite: 4 Tickets

Having been awarded “Best Show in the Smokies”, Best Live Country Show in America”, and Country Music Show of the Year”, it’s not hard to see why Country Tonite is the show you just can’t miss in Pigeon Forge. It is the show that everyone is talking about! Top country performers deliver exciting shows that exceed all expectations. The songs you know and love + comedy everyone (even the kids) can relate to.

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Impossibilities of Magic: 2 Tickets

Impossibilities is a magic and mind-reading show starring Magician Chris Collins and Mentalist Erik Dobell at the Space Needle in Gatlinburg. Are you looking for an evening of family entertainment in the Great Smoky Mountains? You’re looking for Impossibilities. You do not want to miss the opportunity to be amazed and astounded by one of the best shows in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg; you do not want to miss IMPOSSIBILITIES!

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Bush's Family Cafe: $25 Gift Certificate

Discover the legacy that made Bush’s what it is today. And it’s all housed in the original A.J. Bush & Company general store founded in 1897. The interactive museum is first class. Kids love the multimedia experiences in the bean can. The relaxing drive to Chestnut Hill, TN is postcard perfect mountain splendor. Savor homemade mountain recipes, southern specialties and even bean desserts!

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Governor's Crossing: 4 Movie Tickets

Governor’s Crossing Stadium 14 Cinema is the premier luxury theater in Sevier county. Amenities include Dolby 7.1 audio, luxury seating featuring leather recliners, and large format presentations in the 40,000 watt SXS auditoriums. Bring your friends and family for a movie night to see the best blockbusters out today.

Rocky Top Wine Trail: $25 Certificate For Mountain Valley Winery

Sip and savor your way through five wineries in the Smoky Mountains. Your special passport gains you access to five great wineries - each with its own unique activities and snacks. The Rocky Top Wine Trail is located in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains and is comprised of five wineries, offering over 60 unique varities of wine to sample for free!

Hollywood Wax Museum: 4 Full Access Passes

Four exciting attractions under one roof in the heart of all the action of Pigeon Forge. Open 365 days a year, this is a fun place to get your much-needed dose of celebrity. Hollywood Wax Museum in Pigeon Forge gives you the chance to view amazing wax figures of celebrities and icons of popular culture.

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Governor’s Crossing Stadium 14

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govcrossingGovernor’s Crossing Stadium 14 Cinema is the premier luxury theater in Sevier county. Amenities include Dolby 7.1 audio, luxury seating featuring leather recliners, and large format presentations in the 40,000 watt SXS auditoriums. Bring your friends and family for a movie night to see the best blockbusters out today.

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Come enjoy our self-serve drink stations and extended concession items. A great place to beat the heat in the summer, or spend a rainy afternoon. Open daily from 11:30 AM until 10:15 PM. Visit our website at southeastcinemas.com, or call the movie line at (865) 366-1750 for a listing of features and showtimes.

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The Highlands Condos

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The Highlands Condos is surrounded by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on three sides and located right off the Gatlinburg Bypass, just minutes from Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and the Great Smonky Mountains National Park. All our Gatlinburg condos have a fantastic view of the mountains and the city of Gatlinburg below. We are close to Dollywood and Ripleys Aquarium. We have 2 outdoor pools, indoor and outdoor hot tub and exercise room. We have 1, 2, and 3 bedroom condos with fantastic views. All our condos have complete kitchens and wood burning fireplaces. Check out our discount packages during the slow season.

In addition to marvelous views and an incredible location, our Gatlinburg condo rentals in the Smokies provide guests with excellent value. Rather than staying in a cramped hotel room, vacationers can rent a spacious condo at The Highlands for the same price. Our one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom Gatlinburg luxury condos feature superb amenities, including:

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  • Romantic stone fireplaces
  • Fully furnished kitchens
  • Cable television and free wifi
  • Outdoor and indoor bubbling hot tubs
  • No Pets Allowed and Smoke Free Property
  • Soothing saunas
  • Two swimming pools
  • Exercise room
  • Conference room that accommodates 35 people
  • Private balconies overlooking the mountains

Are you looking for a room with an unparalleled mountain view? The Highlands condominiums in the Smoky Mountains have the most spectacular panorama in East Tennessee. From your condoís private balcony, your family can experience the breathtaking natural beauty of the Smoky Mountains and the glittering lights from the city of Gatlinburg. The Highlands sit only a few short minutes from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, downtown Gatlinburg and the Ober Gatlinburg ski resort.

Vacationers come to stay at our Smoky Mountain condo rentals in Gatlinburg throughout the year because each season offers something special to see from The Highlands. In the fall, guests at our Gatlinburg condos enjoy stunning views of the magnificent Smoky Mountains family vacationorange, red and yellow foliage. During the winter months, visitors admire the snow-capped Smoky Mountains, including the towering Mount LeConte. Spring brings an explosion of beautiful growth, including dogwoods, redbuds, and vibrant wildflowers. In the summer, guests at our Gatlinburg condominiums love to lounge around our outdoor pool while looking down on the bustling city below.

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August 2016 Hot Deals

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aug-hot-deals_pfheadCheck out these great deals and discounts on cabins, hotels, restaurants, and attractions in Pigeon Forge this August!

Cabins For You
This month get 15% off select 1-2 bedrooms, 20% off select 3-4 bedrooms, and 30% off select 5+ bedroom cabins.

Patriot Getaways
Use the code WKDY1 for 33% OFF August 14th – September 30th! Stay 3 or more nights during the week (Sunday – Thursday) and get an amazing 1/3 off your favorite cabin or chalet! Available for a limited time only. Specials are subject to change.

  • Includes Holidays: Labor Day
  • Requires a minimum 3 nights stay.
  • Valid only on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday nights.
  • Applies to Certain properties.

Impossibilities of Magic

Impossibilities: An Evening of Magic, Mindreading & Mayhem!
Magical Comedian Chris Collins and Master Mentalist Erik Dobell present an evening of family fun where impossibilities are brought to life right in front of your eyes. Get $4 OFF regular priced adult or senior admission. Not valid with any other offer. Please use promo code PFCOM.

Auntie Belham’s Cabin Rentals
BEAT THE HEAT IN AUGUST AND COME BREATHE THE COOL, FRESH AIR OF THE SMOKY MOUNTAINS! Stay 4 nights and receive one of those nights FREE.  Discount will be applied to the least expensive night. Special valid from until August 13.  Valid on remaining properties and new reservations. Cannot be applied with any other offer.  Management reserves all rights.  Excludes Bedford Falls & It’s a Wonderful Life.

UNBELIEVABLE SAVINGS IN AUGUST and SEPTEMBER…FREE NIGHT!  Book 3 nights and only pay for 2 from 8/14/2016 through 9/29/2016! Special is available only for NEW reservations in remaining properties (cabins/chalets/condos). Least expensive night is free.  Subject to availability.  Management reserves all rights.  Book online using promo code SUMMER3 or call 1-800-436-6618 to reserve your cabin now!!!  Excludes all Holiday Periods. Excludes Bedford Falls & It’s a Wonderful Life.


Fireside Chalets
August Summer End Special: Pay for 3 nights and receive a 4th night FREE.

Luxury Cabin Rentals
Summer/Fall Special: Stay 4, 5, 6, or 7 nights and receive an extra night for FREE! Call us at (865) 868-1470 for some awesome last minute deals in August! Or visit our website at http://www.luxurycabinrentalsonline.com.

Aunt Bug’s Cabin Rentals
4th night FREE beginning August 16th – September 26th (certain restrictions apply, excludes holidays and private pool cabins)  Pet friendly rentals get FREE arrival gift.

Highlands Condominiums
Pay for 3 nights get one FREE! Must mention PigeonForge.com when you make reservation.

RiverStone Resort
Back to School Special! Stay any weekday (Sunday through Thursday) and receive 15% OFF your stay AND a $25.00 gift card to the Spa. New reservations only.

La Quinta Inn & Suites
Starting August 15th through September (excluding Labor day and Car Show Weekends) receive 10% OFF weekends, and 15% OFF weekdays.

Terry Kay Cabin Rentals
Stay 5 nights and get the 6th night HALF PRICE or stay 6 nights and get the 7th night FREE!!! Holidays excluded. Can’t be combined with other specials. No cleaning fees and no reservations.

Music Road Resort
Summer Sizzler Package – $50 restaurant gift card for one of these great restaurants: Bullfish Grill, Blue Moose Burgers & Wings, Mellow Mushroom, Timberwood Grill, or Johnny Carino’s with any two night stay this Aug. 14 – 25. Call 855-998-9352 or click to book the 2 Night Summer Sizzler Package. *Must book directly with Resort. Terms & conditions apply.

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Pokémon in Pigeon Forge

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Pokémon have been spotted all over Pigeon Forge and visitors are having a a blast catching all the different pokemon and meeting other visitors doing the same.  In the heart of Pigeon Forge in the Old Mill area and in downtown Sevierville by the courthouse, our staff found a slew of Pokemon and gyms.

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East Tennessee played an important role in the Civil War. These historic sites can be visited on the Civil War Trails. Many of the stops like the Old Mill give historial insight how the areas residents contributed to the war.


old mill civil war unionWhen the Civil began, Sevier County Unionists at first operated quietly in secessionist Tennessee. In 1861, they set up a secret garment factory in the second floor of the mill and made cloth for the uniforms. They also made shoes for Federal soldiers and Unionist Home Guards with leather from Newton Trotter’s nearby tannery. According to local tradition, the third floor was later used as a hospital. Cpt. William Trotter, son of mill owner John Trotter, commanded Co. H, Night Tennessee Cavalry. After Tennessee’s vote for secession on June 8th 1861, East Tennessee Unionists formed Home Guard units. Sevier County loyalists established their unit in August 1861. The Home Guard was a militia type group that protected the lives and property on local unionists. The guard initially drilled openly, but when Confederates occupied the county, many members we underground.


Make the most of your Pigeon Forge vacation and learn a little bit of history while having fun playing Pokemon Go!

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Road Trip Stops In The Smokies

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kids-cornerTaking a scenic drive through the Smoky Mountains? Make sure that you give yourself plenty of time to stop and enjoy what this beautiful park has to offer. Plus, building in time on your road trip to get out and go for a hike will help you to stretch those legs after sitting in the car for a long time!

Here are some stops along the way in the Smoky Mountains that will give you plenty to explore on your next road trip.


The Gatlinburg Trail

The Gatlinburg Trail is a great place to stop, get out of the car and stretch your legs with a nice scenic walk. The stunning trail will treat you to gorgeous mountain vistas and it is approximately 3.8 miles round trip. There are informational placards around the trail, so you can learn about the flora and fauna and history of the local area.


Abram’s Falls

Another Smoky Mountain stop is the trail hike to Abram’s Falls, which is recommended on the Trekaroo Blog. The walk is a short one that will take you to one of the many lovely waterfalls in the park with a pleasant 2.5-mile trek. It’s an ideal walk if you are travelling with little ones and a great way to see more of the forest – so take your time and enjoy the natural beauty and tranquillity.


Cove Hardwood Nature Trail

Road Trip USA recommends the Cove Hardwood Nature Trail, which will wind through some of the tranquil and beautiful maple trees of the park. This is a great place to go for a walk in the fall, because the forest will be alive with the lovely oranges, reds, yellows and browns of the foliage.


Grotto Falls

Another popular park destination detailed in this Smoky Mountain hiking blog is Grotto Falls, which is located southeast of Gatlinburg along the Roaring Fork Road. There you will find a short, flat trail along a tumbling cascade that will lead you through a thick and beautiful hemlock forest. It’s a fascinating place for nature lovers to explore and you will find plenty of salamanders slithering underfoot and mushrooms in the dense forest undergrowth.


Campbell Overlook

If you want to be awestruck by stunning views, stop at the Campbell Overlook that is located just off the wonderfully scenic Newfound Gap Road. This viewpoint offers excellent views of Mount LeConte and the surrounding forests, especially during the autumn when the leaves are changing colour. Make sure that you bring your camera with you to capture some of the stunning views – the National Geographic website recommends this spot as a great photo op.


These are just a few great suggestions for road trip stops in the Great Smoky Mountains, so make sure that you build lots of extra time into your trip so that you can stop and check them out.

Interested in the best waterfalls in the Smokies? Check out our list of the top 3.

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All About the Bears of the Smoky Mountains

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What kind of bears live in the Smoky Mountains?


The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the biggest protected areas in the USA where black bears live in the wild in their natural habit. There are bears living throughout the park and biologists estimate that the population is around 1,500 – which means there is an average of two bears every square mile.

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Bears are beautiful and intriguing creatures and seeing one is an unforgettable experience. Some of the best places to see bears are along the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail, the Little River Auto Tour and the 11-mile loop around Cades Cove. However, they can also be dangerous if they are threatened and they decide to attack – so make sure that you give them plenty of space and do not approach them.


Fascinating Bear Facts

  • Black bears in the Smokies are almost always black, but in other areas of the country they can be cinnamon colored or brown.
  • The habitat of the black bear ranges from far north in Canada all the way down to Mexico and Central America.
  • The black bear typically eats bees, moths, termites, berries, honey, fruit, acorns and nuts. They will also scavenge for carrion.
  • Black bears are typically solitary animals who forage alone, except for mothers with their cubs.

What To Do If You See A Bear In The Wild

Remember that bears are wild animals and their behavior can be unpredictable. Treat then with extreme caution and do not approach them. Avoid leaving food out as this will attract bears and dispose of all food scraps and garbage in a bear proof garbage container.

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A good guideline is that if your presence causes the bear to change its behavior (i.e.: it begins to watch you, stops feeding, or changes direction), then you are too close. If the bear starts to move toward you or make noise, slowly back away and increase the distance between yourself and the bear – it will likely do the same. Black bears will only attack humans if they feel threatened or if they are protecting their cubs.

If the bear gets closer, you can shout at it and act aggressively to intimidate it. Throw rocks and move to higher ground to appear larger. Don’t turn and run away. Do not play dead and if the bear attacks try to fight back with any available object.


Appalachian Bear Rescue

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The Appalachian Bear Rescue is a center designed to help black bears in the Great Smoky Mountains. It’s located in Townsend, Tennessee and it takes in orphaned and injured young black bears and takes care of them until they are healthy enough to be released back into the wild.

Their goal is to get the bears healthy as quickly as possible and then release them, so that the bears do not get habituated to living around humans – which could cause problems for them in the future. You can learn more about Appalachian Bear Rescue at their website.

We've been following the story of Finnegan the black bear, in the care of Appalachian Bear Rescue. You can read the story of some of these rescued bears here.

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Scenic Routes Through the Smokies

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Scenic Routes In The Smokies

Why not take a road trip this weekend?

What better way is there to spend a day than cruising through the Smoky Mountains on a scenic road? The Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers more than 384 miles of scenic roads to explore, offering you a stunning view around every turn. Here are a few ideas for scenic routes that you can drive on your next road trip.


Cades Cove Loop Road

The one lane meandering paved scenic route from Gatlinburg to Cades Cove is a relaxing drive that shows the majestic beauty of the National Park. Along the way you’ll see a lot of historic structures, including farms, homes and churches. The loop also offers you the chance to see wildlife, maybe even some black bears if you are lucky. It is also the access point for the day hike to Abrams Falls.


Clingman’s Dome Road

A thrilling seven-mile drive, this winding road will take you up to the peak of Clingman’s Dome, the highest peak in Tennessee. You can park in the parking lot at the end of the road and then take the half mile hike to the very peak to reach the observation tower and admire the breathtaking view from the very top.

News: Great Smoky Mountains National Park wins $250K grant to restore Clingmans Dome tower


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Turn onto the Historic Nature Trail Road in Gatlinburg and take the six-mile loop to the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail. This trail offers views of historic cabins, old growth forests and rushing mountain streams along its narrow six-mile stretch of twists and turns. Make sure that you bring the camera – you’ll be in awe of the beauty on every stretch of the track.


Balsam Mountain Heintooga Ridge Road

An exciting drive that overlooks sweeping mountain vistas, the Balsam Mountain/Heintooga Ridge is another excellent adventure in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It is a one-way gravel road that overlooks some of the most stunning sweeping mountain vistas in the country. Bring some food with you and follow along Heintooga Ridge Road for around nine miles to a beautiful picnic area – where you can stop and enjoy lunch in the fresh air.


Newfound Gap Road

great smoky mountains national park signNewfound Gap Road is the lowest drivable pass through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and it is said that driving through this gap is like going from Maine to Georgia in terms of the variety of the forest ecosystems and the foliage. When you start in Gatlinburg you’ll begin driving through hardwood and pine-oak forest, and as you gain altitude you’ll ascend to an evergreen spruce fir forest similar to those in Canada.


These are just a few of the most beautiful drives that you can take through the Smoky Mountains. Next time you get a chance to go on an adventure, fill up the tank, put on some great tunes and hit the road to see some of the most beautiful views this national park has to offer!

Pigeon Forge Cabin Rentals With Mountain ViewsStaying a while? Take a look at Pigeon Forge cabin rentals with mountain views. And check out more scenic drives in the Smoky Mountains on our site.

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July 2016 Hot Deals

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Check out these great deals and discounts on cabins, hotels, restaurants, and attractions in Pigeon Forge this July!

Hemlock Hills Resort Rentals
Hemlock Hills Cabin Rentals is offering a $25 discount on a 3 night visit for remaining nights only in July on any cabin.  Excluding holiday, cannot be combined with any other discount, new reservations only.

Cabin Fever Vacations
After July 4, stay 2 nights and receive a 10% discount with promo code CFV0702. Stay 3 nights and receive a 15% discount with promo code CFV0703. Stay 4 nights and receive 1 additional night free with promo code CFV0704.

Patriot Getaways
Huge summer savings – Get 30% OFF one bedroom cabins through July 28! Many with room for up to 8 guests! Stay now through July 28th and save big on your summer holiday! Includes Fourth of July. Requires a minimum 3 nights stay. Applies to certain properties.

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Impossibilities: An Evening of Magic, Mindreading & Mayhem!
Magical Comedian Chris Collins and Master Mentalist Erik Dobell present an evening of family fun where impossibilities are brought to life right in front of your eyes. Get $4 OFF regular priced adult or senior admission. Not valid with any other offer. Please use promo code PFCOM.

Music Road Resort
SUMMER SAVINGS in July – Stay & Play! Choose tickets to exciting attractions or up to $200 in Restaurant Gift Cards with a 4, 5, 6, or 7 night stay!* Call 855-998-9352 for full details. Click to book a 5-night stay. *Must book directly with Resort. Terms & conditions apply.

Fireside Chalets
Summer Vacation Special: This July pay for 6 nights and receive a 7th night FREE! Ask about our back to school specials today!

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Get Married in the Smokies

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Plan Your Dream Wedding in A Stunning Mountain Setting

Your wedding is a special day that only comes around once, so you’ll want to put a lot of time into planning an event that will be unforgettable. One of the most important aspects of your wedding is the setting, so why not have it in the naturally beautiful Smoky Mountains?

smokies weddingImagine saying your “I Do” to your special someone while surrounded by the thick green forests and craggy peaks of these spectacular mountains. The air is crisp and clean, the sunsets are breathtaking and there are so many beautiful spots to celebrate – from an elegant Victorian chapel to a private mountaintop cabin. Also, there are many great local businesses in the area that will offer you fantastic services – from catering to flowers and décor – in order to make your wedding unforgettable.

Reasons to Get Married in the Smokies

  • Have you seen the gorgeous mountain vistas? You couldn’t wish for a more beautiful backdrop.

  • Your wedding guests can make a vacation out of it and enjoy some of the attractions and activities that the area has to offer, including horseback riding, hiking, dinner shows and much more.

  • It’s affordable. From the marriage license to the venues, the prices here are reasonable so that your wedding doesn’t have to break the bank.

  • The people here are friendly and any vendors will be happy to make your special day memorable.

  • You could combine your wedding with your honeymoon and spend a week in a gorgeous secluded mountain lodge, enjoying each other’s company and the beautiful stillness of the wilderness.

Permits and Licenses

smokies weddingThere are many pre-approved locations within the National Park where you can hold your wedding, including historic churches, mountain rivers, streams and waterfalls. The rules of the National Park mean that you can only have two weddings per day in any of these locations. In order to have the most options, you should make your wedding plans as early as possible.

Of course, in order to have your wedding in the National Park you must have a permit. You must also obtain a Tennessee Marriage License, which you can obtain at the offices of the county clerk in Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Gatlinburg.

The Weather Can Surprise You

If you are planning an outdoor wedding, keep in mind that the weather in the Smoky Mountains can be unpredictable. Make sure that you have arranged for a back-up plan if the weather turns bad on your wedding day. Also, have more than one location planned for your wedding photos in case of weather – or be willing to reschedule them for another day.

The best time of year for a wedding in the Smokies is the fall. The temperatures are not too hot, the weather is mostly pleasant and the leaves are changing to dazzling hues of red, yellow and gold. What a fantastic setting to celebrate your commitment and love for that special someone in your life.

Planning on tying the knot? Check out our Pigeon Forge Wedding Checklist.

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