Sevierville TN is a BIG Deal!
Nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Sevierville, Tennessee’s pronunciation mystifies some—it’s suh-veer-vull—but that doesn’t stop folks from clamoring to visit the place. And there are lots of great reasons to come: Dolly Parton’s hometown is as friendly, spunky, and bursting with charm as the American icon herself. Here are just a few of the reasons why Sevierville is a BIG deal!
Sevierville is beautiful!
The Little Pigeon River dashes around stones, eagles soar overhead, the sun streaks the
sky orange and pink, fireflies flash amid trees, stars shimmer in dark skies. From mountain
vistas to historic architecture, public works of art to waterfalls, caves to seasonal blooms,
eye-appealing sights abound. Don’t miss the view of the city skyline from the rooftop bar
Hike the West Prong Greenway for a riverside tour of trees with views of Mt. LeConte.
See the nation’s largest known wall of rare cave onyx at
Enjoy a birds’ eye view of the area with
Scenic Helicopter Tours.
Wherever you go,
Sevierville is affordable!
Looking for a
getaway? Your wallet won’t feel the pinch here. Enjoy our
for deals, discounts, and instant savings. Have oodles of
fun for less than $20.
Better yet, enjoy fun for free with options from
scenic drives to wine tastings, self-guided walking tours to educational displays, and more.
Sevierville is friendly! Walk into any business and odds are you’ll be greeted warmly. Skeptical of the sincerity? Take note of how locals help one another! The walls of guestrooms at The Lodge at Five Oaks are adorned with framed works by nationally-recognized local artist Robert A. Tino. Local food products are on menus across town including The Appalachian, Cruze Farm Dairy, Graze Burgers, and Applewood Farmhouse Restaurant. Works by local crafters and artisans are stocked at Ogle Bros General Store and Beyond 436. These are just a few examples of Sevierville’s neighborly culture!
Sevierville is delicious! Satisfy any craving, from barbecue to cocktails, ice creamto apples, classic Southern to ethnic cuisines, decadent coffee drinks to locally-made hot pepper creations, local wines and spirits to pizzas and burgers, and more mouthwatering options at a wide range of restaurants from casual to fine dining with tables indoors and out.
Sevierville is artsy! Several
public works of art
dot historic downtown Sevierville, including the iconic bronze
statue of Dolly Parton. Celebrated artist Robert A. Tino, known for his paintings of landscapes
inspired by Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains, has his
in Sevierville. Lots of boutiques carry locally-made items, such as jewelry at
and scented candles at
Smell of the Smokies.
You can even make your own art! Stock up on quilt supplies at
The Cherry Pit,
grab scrapbooking essentials at
or paint some pottery at
Polka Dot Pots.
Sevierville is unique! There’s so much to see and do beyond the ho-hum routine. A few examples: Swoosh down a record-holding waterslide. Hike to a waterfall. Drive through a historic covered bridge. Climb into an A-4 Skyhawk Cockpit at the Tennessee Museum of Aviation. Visit the Smoky Mountain Relic Room where 3.4 billion years of items are for sale. Dare to drive the famed Tail of the Dragon.
Sevierville is adventurous!
ATVing, or zoom on a
new mountain coaster.
Get behind the wheel of a race car at
defy gravity at
Sevier Air Trampoline & Ninja Warrior Park,
or go skydiving.
Sevierville is shopping! From specialty stores like Ronel Raicsics Design, Smoky Mountain Knife Works, Shine Girl, KaTom, and dozens more to Tennessee’s largest authentic outlet center, you’ll find whatever you need or want, plus things you didn’t expect to find!
Sevierville is flexible! Explore Sevierville at your own pace. Hike any of Sevierville’s 12 miles of Greenways take a leisurely driving tour, or pamper yourself. Eat in a restaurant, cook in the kitchen of your rental, or picnic. Stay at a campground, rent a cabin or condo, or book a room at a hotel. Do whatever piques your interest. However you most enjoy to travel, you’ll find what you seek in Sevierville.