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5 Super Fun Things to Do This Winter in a Pigeon Forge Cabin Rental

Young boy looking out the window at the snow

A cabin the Pigeon Forge area is the most comfortable way to enjoy a winter vacation. At Aunt Bug’s Cabin Rentals, we can provide you with a cabin that suits your needs, whether you’re a couple, a family or a large group looking for a getaway. There’s plenty to do in these scenic area set in the Great Smoky Mountains, but here are five great ways to spend time in your Pigeon Forge cabin rental this winter: Continue reading

5 Ways the Internet Can Improve Your Next Smoky Mountain Vacation

It’s hard to believe that it wasn’t that long ago when the only way to keep in touch with friends and family when you were on vacation was to send postcards or call them on the telephone. Today, all is takes is a few clicks of a button and you can text, email, Tweet, Facebook, Snapchat or whatever else is popular to stay in touch with your loved ones. Continue reading

A Few Extra Tips to Help Create a Memorable Smoky Mountain Group Vacation

Group hiking on the mountainDon’t let the winter blues ruin the snowy season. Start planning a Smoky Mountain group vacation or family reunion for the upcoming months! To make the most of your stay, we’ve put together a few tips to help you plan the most memorable Smoky Mountain group trip: Continue reading

Top 5 Reasons to Visit the Smokies in the Winter

Smoky Mountains covered in snow in the winterOne of the best parts about the Smoky Mountains is that they are a perfect place for families to come and enjoy all year round. There is never a shortage of entertaining things to do, shows to see, restaurants to try, and more. However, for families on the fence of trying to decide whether or not they want to visit the mountains this winter, Aunt Bug’s Cabin Rentals has put together a list of the top five reasons to visit the Smokies in the winter. Continue reading

Friday Memorial Day Festivities in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg

Soldier saluting the American flagSummer in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg gets kicked off this weekend with Memorial Day celebrations all over the area. There are several events scheduled this Friday to help kick off the long weekend and commemorate the holiday. Continue reading

63rd Annual Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage

Vintage style photo of wildflowersThe Great Smoky Mountains is host to its own unique brand of beauty and wildlife; the 63rd Annual Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage pays homage to this beauty with a variety of activities geared towards focusing on wildflowers in the area. The event begins on April 23, 2013 and concludes on April 27, 2013.  The Wildflower Pilgrimage offers 146 professionally guided hikes and presentations. Continue reading

Best Winter Hikes

Wintertime hiking in The Great Smoky Mountains National Park can be challenging at best. But, with the proper clothing and gear, winter hikes can reward you with lots of unique sites that you can not see at other times of the year. There are frozen water falls to see. With snow on the ground you can find animal tracks much easier and with the leaves off of the trees you have a better chance at spotting the wildlife in the park. Here are 5 of the best winter hikes in the Smoky Mountains order of easiest to extreme. Continue reading

Snow Tubing Open in Gatlinburg Now!!!

Yes, here in Gatlinburg, Tn we have snow tubing in mid November. It’s not yet even Thanksgiving Day and Ober Gatlinburg, along with a little help from mother nature, has its tubing runs all ready to go. Continue reading