When it comes to planning your trip to the Smoky Mountains, there are a lot of different things to consider. What will you do? Where will you eat? What should you not miss? What about packing, is there anything special that you should bring to the Smoky Mountains? No worries! We’ve got you covered with our Trip Planning Guide!
Lodging in the Great Smoky Mountains
You should start your planning by looking at the different lodging options in the Smokies. From a Smoky Mountain campground to a luxury cabin rental (and everything in between!) the Smokies have a lot to offer. Take in the views from your private hot tub, splash into fun at a premier waterpark, or get cozy at one of the area’s campgrounds to experience a moment with nature. View our lodging partners here and start planning where to stay in the Smoky Mountains as your first step.
Things To Do in the Smoky Mountains
There are many different things to do in the Smoky Mountains. From two to ninety, age doesn’t matter when you’re here. From outdoor adventures like rafting or tubing to family fun activities like go-kart racing, there are a plethora of activities in and around Sevierville, TN. And let’s not forget the 244,000 acres of the Tennessee side of the Great Smoky Mountains! Fishing, hiking, scenic drives, historic sites, picnics, wildlife viewing, and so much more are waiting for you to experience. If making lasting memories is on your to-do list, look no further.
Dining in the Smoky Mountains
There are also plenty of places to enjoy a good meal when you visit Sevierville, TN—The Gateway to the Smoky Mountains! From the fritter destination of Applewood Farmhouse to world-class dinner and show combinations, the dining options offer something for every taste! Learn the Ten Best Tastes of Sevierville here and map out your Smoky Mountain dining plan for your visit.
Packing for the Smoky Mountains
It can be difficult to know what to pack when you’re visiting an area that you haven’t been to before but it’s really simple in the Smokies. We’re about casual fun and that carries over to our dressing style too. Pack a sweatshirt or sweater for the cool mountain nights and don’t forget a bathing suit if you’re visiting in the warmer months. The mountain streams are too inviting to resist! Throw in a camera to capture your special moments and, of course, our digital coupons to save at your favorite shops, restaurants, and attractions!
When it comes to the Smoky Mountains, there are so many different things to do, see, and experience that we know your family will never get bored. The unique blend of nature, history, and culture that make up this area make this a great vacation spot that everyone should get to experience. Grab your Smoky Mountain Vacation Guide and get ready to experience the Smokies!