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Dollywood Honors Treasured Traditions Barbeque and Bluegrass

mountain musicians on stageThe South is known for great duos, from food combinations to country music powerhouses. Another great duo, barbeque and bluegrass are two of the South’s most treasured traditions, and they’re pairing up once again for the annual Barbeque and Bluegrass festival. Held at Dollywood each summer, the Pigeon Forge event features great food, good music and mountain fun. Continue reading

4 Things You Don’t Want to Forget on a Day Hike in the Smoky Mountains

Spring view of the Smoky MountainsAre you planning on hiking in the Smokies while you’re on vacation? At Amazing Views Cabin Rentals, we want to make sure everyone has a safe day hike in the Smoky Mountains, so we have put together a list of the top 4 things you don’t want to forget when you’re enjoying the springtime weather in the Smokies. Continue reading

Top Smoky Mountain Hiking Trails for Spring Wildflower Viewing

yellow wildflower The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is known as the “Wildflower Park” for a reason. When spring arrives in East Tennessee, the area explodes with bright colors and fragrant floral scents. For those who want to journey down the trail less travelled, Amazing Views Cabin Rentals has a guide to to top Smoky Mountain hiking trails to see some of the most beautiful wildflowers in the country. Continue reading

Open This Spring: 3 New Exciting Things to Do in Pigeon Forge

racing cartsSpring break doesn’t always mean sand and sun. If you’re planning to spend some time in the Smoky Mountains during your break from school, work and schedules, we have three fun and new things to do in Pigeon Forge that should be at the top of your vacation bucket list. Continue reading

National Park Officials Announce Closure of Popular Hiking Trail

Autumn view of the Great Smoky MountainsDo you love hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park? With hundreds of hiking trails stretching through the Smokies, there’s a trail that meets the needs and experience level of every hiker. Unfortunately, national park officials have had to close one of the most popular hiking trails in the Smokies due to a damaged footbridge. Continue reading