HEAD FOR HIGHER GROUND
Including the highest peaks in the Appalachian's Blue Ridge Mountains and the highest elevations
east of the Mississippi, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park spans the Tennessee and North Carolina border for 70 miles.
With more than 100 species of trees, 200 species of birds, 60 species of mammals, and elevations ranging from 840 feet to
over 6,600 feet above sea level, the Smokies are one of the most diverse and fascinating ecosystems on the planet.
A sanctuary for history as well as nature, the National Park offers a wonderful array of cultural sites and
historical landmarks dating back to the 19th century. History buffs will especially enjoy Cades Cove with its log cabins,
centuries-old churches and authentic working grist mill.
Everyone has their own favorite way of experiencing the beauty of the Park. By car or bicycle, you can enjoy
one of its historical or natural road tours. Explore the Park's numerous well-marked trails and discover hidden waterfalls
and secret vistas by horseback, or from the ground level up as a hiker — by far the most popular way to connect with
this incredible national treasure.
Gatlinburg: A VACATION WONDERLAND WAITS FOR YOU.
Nestled at the foot of the Smokies' tallest mountain, Gatlinburg is the most popular gateway to the
Great Smoky Mountain National Park. The pace is unhurried. The natural wonder of the Smokies is awe inspiring.
Each season ushers in a palette of vibrant color and sensory delights. Add to that, a dazzling array of things to see and
do, and you have one of the most popular vacation destinations in the country.
The list of what you can enjoy here seems almost endless. Amusement parks and theaters. Skiing, horseback
riding, championship golf and white water rafting. An internationally recognized arts and crafts community. And, of course,
the many diversions found in the vast playground of the National Park.
It's no wonder Southern Living magazine's 2003 Reader's Choice Awards named Gatlinburg its "Favorite
Pigeon Forge: THE ATTRACTION IS IRRESISTIBLE.
Just a short drive along the Little Pigeon River, and you're in the neighboring towns of Pigeon Forge and Sevierville.
Southern Living magazine has hailed Pigeon Forge as the "number one city for outlet shopping" for good
reason - over 300 stores are located in Pigeon Forge and Sevierville including several large outlet centers, such as Tanger
Cool off at Dolly's Splash Country water park, or race like the pros at NASCAR® SpeedPark. Dollywood®
is, perhaps, the area's most popular attraction, with thrilling rides, live entertainment and dozens of arts and crafts demonstrations.
From the Louise Mandrell Theater to the Black Bear Jamboree, you could literally take in a different live
entertainment show or dinner show every night of the week and still have not seen them all.
"We were treated with respect and dignity by the staff and management. The representative
was very thorough with his presentation and very courteous to us. We were not pressured to buy anything. It has been a wonderful
experience for us. We believe in what they stand for."
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