Tennessee began a phased reopening on May 1, 2020 under the Tennessee Pledge guidelines. Our lodging properties, many restaurants and several attractions are now open and ready for your visit. As you consider traveling to Sevierville and the Smoky Mountains, we ask that you take the Tennessee Pledge as well by following the guidelines set forth by our businesses under the Tennessee Pledge and practicing social distancing. It’s a simple way we can all work together to make things safer for one another. As always, the health and safety of our visitors, residents and employees are our top priorities.

Please note: While things are beginning to reopen responsibly in the Smoky Mountains, not every business is ready to open their doors just yet. We are doing our best to maintain accurate information regarding re-openings on this page, but we also suggest contacting businesses directly that you may wish to patronize.


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Great Smoky Mountains National Park began its phased reopening on May 9, 2020. Learn more about what has reopened in the park here.

Dollywood has not yet announced their reopening plans. When that information is made available, we will share it on this page as well as our social media platforms.

For a complete list of Sevierville Chamber of Commerce business members, please browse our site at


There’s nothing quite like enjoying fresh, mountain air and Smoky Mountain adventures during the summer. Here are some ideas to help you start planning your vacation.

Discover more travel ideas here.


Even if you’re not ready to travel yet, Sevierville has plenty of great resources to help you keep dreaming about visiting the Smoky Mountains.


Staying Safe

Whether at home or traveling, we always encourage our guests to practice healthy habits including:
- Staying home when you're sick, except to get medical care
- Practice social distancing guidelines, including wearing a mask in public when appropriate
- Avoiding touching eyes, nose, and mouth
- Avoiding close contact with people who are sick
- Covering your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash
- Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces
- Washing your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds

For more information on COVID-19, please visit trusted sites including:
View the Executive Orders in full related to COVID-19, including Executive Orders 17-37 here


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