The Most Wonderful Times of the Year
Fall and winter offer completely different travel experiences in Sevierville, Tennessee. Both are definitely worth seeing.
By the end of September, cornstalks and pumpkins begin creeping onto the porches and front lawns of folks in East Tennessee. The fall season is intoxicating with its crisp, cool air and vibrant color that blankets the nearby Great Smoky Mountains National Park. So it’s easy to see why the celebrations begin in Sevierville well before the trees turn.
The official Harvest Fest celebration runs throughout the month of October and is sealed tighter than a jelly jar with down home events, craft celebrations and harvest decorations.
Warm & Hearty Down Home Meals in Sevierville
There’s nothing quite like down home dining, especially when the weather is chilly.
Whether you choose a farm to table experience on a working apple orchard, slurping down hand scooped shakes or plowing through piles of pancakes, you’ll find that Sevierville’s culinary scene easily fills your hunger for good southern food.
Check out what other travelers say about Sevierville, Tennessee