As the month of October arrives to the Smoky Mountains, there is a certain chill in the air that can only mean that Halloween is coming soon! Keep a sharp eye out for ghosts and goblins as October 31st draws closer and closer each day. If you want to spend a spooktacular vacation in the Smoky Mountains, there are plenty of great ways to celebrate Halloween in the Smokies! Check out these 4 fun ways to celebrate Halloween in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge:
If you are lucky enough to be visiting the Great Smoky Mountains in early September, you have the unique opportunity to enjoy a hometown fair experience at the Sevier County Fair! This wonderful fair features everything from livestock exhibits to a fun midway with rides and games. Here is all the information that you need to know about attending the Sevier County Fair:
Summer is almost here, and that means it is time for families to begin planning their ultimate summer vacation, and what better place to do just that than in the heart of the Smoky Mountains? To help travelers achieve this exciting goal, we have released our ultimate summer Pigeon Forge vacation guide for families.
The Smoky Mountain Winterfest celebrations mark the beginning of the beautiful holiday season across the Smoky Mountain area. Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg each dedicate an evening to kicking off the magic of winter with millions of twinkling lights, parades and more! The 3 Smoky Mountain Winterfest events take place, separately, on November 10, 11 and 12, 2014. This way, families can attend each event to kick off the seasonal celebrations.
Calling all classic pickup truck lovers! The F-100 Supernationals & All Ford Show is returning for its 36th year of fun in the Great Smoky Mountains. As one of the most popular truck shows in the nation, this annual event will bring over 700 Ford pickups to Pigeon Forge for three days of swap meets, socializing, and competition. If you own an F-100 Ford truck or are just a fan, this truck show in Pigeon Forge is a must-see event!
The 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.