FOOTBALL TIME IN TENNESSEE!!!!

   Yes, it is that time of year again. The University of Tennessee Vols football team kicks of the 2012 season Friday August 31st against the Wolf pack of NC State in Atlanta, GA. If you can't getaway to Atlanta to watch the game in person then come to the mountains of Tennessee and rent...

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Restaurants and Goodies of The Smokies

Whether you are looking for a steak and lobster dinner or a freshly made caramel covered apple, both of these and just about everything in between can be found in Gatlinburg, TN and Pigeon Forge, TN. Most everyone has heard of the beauty of The Great Smoky Mountain National Park but, not everyone may...

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Ramsey Cascades water fall in the Smoky Mountains.
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Water Falls and Swimming Holes of the Smokies

Summertime is a great time to visit the waterfalls and swimming holes of the Smokies. On average, June, July, and August have highs in the upper 80s to lower 90s. These warm and humid conditions make it the perfect time to put on your swimsuit and take a dip in the pristine waters of the Smokies! There are numerous areas inside the national park to spend the day cooling off in the 65-degree waters. That’s right, 65 degrees! On a day when the temperature is 90 and the humidity level is 90%, you won’t want to get out of the water. Check out a few of the most popular waterfalls and swimming holes in the Smokies:

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10 Quick Activities to Recommend for Kids (Gatlinburg, TN)

    Hiking in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park Horseback Riding with the Family Water Rides at Splash Country Breakfast or Brunch at the Apple Barn River Rafting in Hartford, TN Mountain Cabin Rentals with the Family Tubing or Snowboarding at Ober Ski Resort Check out the Titanic Museum See Tennessee Shindig or Black Bear...

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ELK IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS

Did you know Elk are prevalent in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park?  It has been about 150 years since elk wandered throughout Tennessee. Early records indicated that elk were abundant in the state prior to being settled by European explores and colonists. As these settlers moved westward the elk population declined. The Tennessee Wildlife...

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SMOKY MOUNTAIN BBQ CHICKEN RECIPE

BARBEQUE CHICKEN is a great American family recipe!  Southerners take a special pride in cooking this meal for friends & family.  Why not try it on your next visit to the Smoky Mountains?  Here's a recipe you can cook at home or the next time you visit us in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Ingredients 4 tablespoons water ...

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Pigeon Forge: Valuable facts & information

Pigeon Forge is a mountain resort city in Sevier County, Tennessee, located in the southeastern United States. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 5,083. Situated just five miles north of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Pigeon Forge is primarily a tourist resort. The city's attractions include Dollywood and...

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Young boy watching the Dolly Parade in Pigeon Forge
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Gatlinburg Event Planning & Pigeon Forge Events by Adam

Hello again! This is Adam and I wanted to give you some events that are being planned for May so that you can plan you May trip to the Smokies! 1. May 1-2-2010 Rumble in the Hills Motorcycle Rally 2. May 7th - 25th annual Dolly Parade 6:00 in Pigeon Forge 3. May 8th Shrine FunFest Parade...

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Great Fishing Hole and Park for Families and Kids

Herbert Holt Park, located on the right, as you are coming into Gatlinburg, is a subtle quiet park hidden away from the bustling city. It features a pavilion, play area, walking trail, and free fishing for kids under 12 in the river! The pavilion can be reserved, please call the Gatlinburg Community Center for...

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