What’s Cooking Wednesday – Mama’s Farmhouse

Featuring all the goodies that the Johnson family's great-grandmother (known as Mama to the family) made for them, Mama's Farmhouse likes to do things differently than most all-you-can-eat restaurants. They serve the food family style, which means no buffet lines for you to stand in. They bring a portion of each of the items on … Continue reading What’s Cooking Wednesday – Mama’s Farmhouse

Top 10 Free Things to do in Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg

Whether you're traveling on a budget, or simply don't want to spend a lot of money, we've put together a list of activities that you can do for FREE in the Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg area: The Great Smoky Mountains National ParkWith all of the free things to do in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, you definitely don’t … Continue reading Top 10 Free Things to do in Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg

Pigeon Forge Snow – Indoor Snow Tubing

Winter sports fans that dream of snowfall can get a taste of winter fun—rain or shine, all year round—with a visit to Pigeon Forge Snow. With tickets to this indoor snow tubing venue, you get to hit the indoor tracks for thrilling tube rides. Admission ticket price Ride as much as you want for an … Continue reading Pigeon Forge Snow – Indoor Snow Tubing

Feature Friday – Evening Majesty

Welcome to Evening Majesty in the Great Smokey Mountains!  Evening Majesty is a luxurious 1-bedroom cabins that sleeps 6, located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Sit back and enjoy the numerous amenities our cabin has to offer: Pristine Mountain Views from one of two decks - the mountains you see are Bluff Mountain to the right … Continue reading Feature Friday – Evening Majesty

Christmas In Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg

Too early to think about Christmas?   Normally I would say yes, but if you are thinking about a Smoky Mountain vacation around the holidays, this is the time to plan it! If you have never visited Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg around the holidays, you are missing out on an amazing display of lights, decorations and … Continue reading Christmas In Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg

Feature Friday -Serenity In The Smokies

Serenity in the Smokies is located off of Upper Middle Creek road in Sevierville Tennessee, just minutes from Dollywood and the Parkway. The location can’t be any better - only minutes from all the Pigeon Forge attractions the area has to offer - yet tucked away in a quiet, peaceful area.  Serenity In The Smokies … Continue reading Feature Friday -Serenity In The Smokies

Feature Friday – Nature’s View

Be our guest in this beautiful, luxury cabin located in the foothills of Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Nature's View cabin has 3 bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths. Far enough away for the beautiful scenery, but close enough to popular local attractions - just 10 minutes from Pigeon Forge and 20 minutes from Dollywood and … Continue reading Feature Friday – Nature’s View

Horseback Riding in the Smoky Mountains

Gatlinburg Horseback Riding When you’re in the Great Smoky Mountains and looking for “horseback riding near me,” two horseback riding Gatlinburg stables are usually at the top of the search results. These are Smoky Mountain Riding Stables and Sugarlands Riding Stables. Smoky Mountain Riding Stables Smoky Mountain Riding Stables is an authorized concessionaire of the National … Continue reading Horseback Riding in the Smoky Mountains

Tall Tales from the Great Smoky Mountains – part II

Last week, we started a series of three of our favorite tall tales stories from the Smoky Mountains. If you haven't read that one, go check it out! Here's story no.2: The Missing Gold Mine in Greenbrier In the years following the Civil War, the richest man in Greenbrier Cove was local blacksmith Perry Shults. … Continue reading Tall Tales from the Great Smoky Mountains – part II

What’s Cookin’ Wednesday: Alamo Steakhouse

REMEMBER THE ALAMO​ Bet you thought the Alamo was in Texas, right? Technically you’re right. But here in Tennessee, we have a special connection to that infamous Texas landmark. ​Why do you think Tennessee is called the Volunteer State? In addition to the famous Tennessean Davy Crockett who lost his life at the Alamo, our … Continue reading What’s Cookin’ Wednesday: Alamo Steakhouse