Fall Fun in Sevierville

Fall is one of the most beautiful times of year to visit the Great Smoky Mountains. Guests enjoy the colorful leaves and harvest themed decorations and activities throughout the Smoky Mountains.

Peak autumn color is typically enjoyed from mid-October through mid-November. The brilliant leaf display begins in the upper elevations of Great Smoky Mountains National Park and makes its way down the mountainside into Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville as the weeks progress.

To view a printer-friendly map of the Bluff Mountain Fall Driving Tour, click here.

Those who want to enjoy the fall color while exploring the area’s history and scenic backroads will enjoy Sevierville’s four self-guided Fall Driving Tours. Simply find the map and information about points of interest below by following the driving tour links.

The newest of the five is Sevierville’s Bluff Mountain Fall Driving Tour. This tour works its way to the top of Bluff Mountain noting important sites and historic buildings along the way. Enjoy spectacular views once at the top.

The Douglas Lake Fall Driving Tour wings the rolling hills and fertile river bottoms where the Knoxville, Sevierville & Eastern Railroad (later called the Smoky Mountain Railroad) once ran. Boyd’s Creek is a historic farming community dating back to the American Revolution. Highlights of this tour include historic homes, a See Rock City barn and the Battle of Boyd’s Creek Memorial.

Follow the Middle Prong Fall Driving Tour to see historic churches, a cantilever barn, and an early Methodist Mission. Or make your way along country roads on the English Mountain Fall Driving Tour. This tour features one of the few remaining covered bridges in Tennessee, a Civil War battle site and more.

Beginning at the end of September, Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg businesses get all gussied up with harvest themed decorations during our Smoky Mountain Harvest Fest Celebration. Enjoy seeing the sometimes intricate, sometimes playful, and always fun displays throughout all three cities.

Fall festivals and activities are the best part of the autumn season. Get Kornfused at Kyker Farms Corn Maze – a family friendly seasonal attraction located on a working Tennessee Century Farm. The 2021 season kicks off on September 25, then is open Thursday-Sunday during October. Plan a couple days to enjoy Robert Tino’s Smoky Mountain Homecoming (Oct. 1-3) as well. This Harvest Fest event is located outside on the grounds of The Robert A. Tino Gallery and features local artists and crafters.

Learn about other Smoky Mountain events happening this fall here.

Start planning your fall travel now. Explore Sevierville’s lodging options here.

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