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Winter is when things start to slow down in the Great Smoky Mountains, but that’s exactly why you will want to plan a trip to see the beauty of the area! There’s nothing quite like exploring the Smokies in the quietness of winter, and you should definitely visit Cades Cove while you’re here this time of year! Check out these 5 reasons why you should drive the Cades Cove Loop in winter.

The story of love on top of the Smokies has been sung for decades upon decades, just as lovers from all over the world have found their way to our beautiful corner of the Appalachian Mountains to walk hand in hand, propose and even get married among the hills. When visiting Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains, you’ll find that there is no shortage of romantic escapes, photo ops for sweethearts, and spots for falling in love. There are also plenty of romantic restaurants in Gatlinburg! To help you plan the perfect date night with your sweetheart, we've made a list of our favorite romantic restaurants in Gatlinburg.

Do you have an upcoming trip planned to Gatlinburg, Tennessee for a day? You’ll have a fantastic time exploring this cozy mountain town. You may have an idea of what you want to do while you’re here, but do you know where you should eat? We want to help you, so here’s our 1-day itinerary for where to eat in Gatlinburg.

If you’re planning to come to the Smokies for your holiday vacation, our downtown Gatlinburg hotel is the perfect place to stay. We offer quality amenities, a great location and even a few speciality perks for the holidays. Come celebrate the Christmas season with us and make new traditions this year! Here are 4 reasons to spend the holidays at our hotel in Gatlinburg TN:

The Great Smoky Mountains are known for moonshine tastings! It’s a ton of fun to go around to the different distilleries and try all of their unique flavors, especially since you probably don’t see moonshine where you live very often. But which distillery should you visit, or at least, visit first? Here are the top 3 places to try moonshine in Gatlinburg:

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is made up of over 520,000 acres, many of which were once occupied by native Americans and settlers throughout time. As each acre was purchased and added to the protected land that would turn into America’s most loved national park, traces of the past began to slowly fade. The flora of the park slowly started to blanket the slivers of Smoky Mountain life even before the national park was formed and today, most of it is completely hidden. However, there are many gems of yesteryear that can still be found throughout the Smokies, some in plain sight but many can only be seen if you take time to look a little closer.

Fall is one of the most popular times of the year to visit the Smoky Mountains. From the beautiful fall foliage to the exciting fall festivals and events, there is so much to see and do in Gatlinburg during the autumn season. We want to make sure you have the best time during your fall trip, which is why we've made a list of some of the best things to do! Below are 5 fun things to do in Gatlinburg in October:

Fall is a time for changing weather and the start of a cozy atmosphere! Gatlinburg is a huge vacation destination for the autumn season! People love to visit and see the changing leaves, experience the unique festivals, and have fun outdoor adventures. It can be difficult to find the best hotel in Gatlinburg for your fall vacation. We have made it easy for you! Here are 3 reasons to stay at the best hotel in Gatlinburg this fall:

Autumn is the most popular time of year in the Great Smoky Mountains. Why, you may ask? Because of the colorful changes happening in the area! So what is the best way to take in this beautiful sight? Driving through the national park. That's why we're sharing some of our favorite roads you can't miss out experiencing while you're in town. Here are 3 of the best Smoky Mountain scenic drives to take in the fall!

You’ve finally arrived in Gatlinburg for the trip that you’ve been dreaming of for months. However, it’s raining, it’s pouring and you don’t want your vacation to be boring. With the Smokies receiving an average of 55 inches of rain in the lower elevations and up to 85 inches per year around Clingmans Dome, there’s a good chance you may run into a rainy day situation at some point. That’s why we’ve put together the ultimate list of things to do in Gatlinburg in the rain. Bonus, you’ll enjoy doing them on a sunny day too!