5 Fun Facts About The History Of Sevierville TN

Where Is Sevierville TN? People that come visit the area have never heard of Sevierville, let alone pronounce it. No worries, the truth is many who visit don’t even realize they are in Sevierville! This small town is next to Pigeon Forge, often getting overshadowed by all the popular attractions in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. … Continue reading 5 Fun Facts About The History Of Sevierville TN

Tall Tales From The Great Smoky Mountains – part III

The Origins of "Boogertown" There are many communities in the Smoky Mountains with strange names, but none of them rival Boogertown. Located in Sevier County, this area is officially known as Oldham, but it is far more famous for its unusual nickname. So, why would anyone choose a name with “booger” in it? The answer … Continue reading Tall Tales From The Great Smoky Mountains – part III

John Ownby’s 1860 Cabin

The John Ownby Cabin is a historic cabin in Sevier County, Tennessee, United States. Located in The Sugarlands, it lies within the boundaries of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It was built in 1860, and is the last surviving structure from the pre-park Forks-of-the-River community. At the time, this valley was populated with three small Appalachian communities: Forks-of-the-River, Sugarlands, and Fighting Creek. The valley … Continue reading John Ownby’s 1860 Cabin

Smoky Mountain Opry

Exciting performances you won't see anywhere else in the Great Smoky Mountains! The Smoky Mountain Opry is a family theater/show/attraction in Pigeon Forge. There are Singers, dancers, magic, juggling, comedy, lions and tigers. The show crosses many types of music... country, pop, broadway, gospel, etc. Address - 2046 Parkway, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863 Website - … Continue reading Smoky Mountain Opry

Dolly’s Hometown Tour

Take this interesting tour to see the sites and places that played an important part in Dolly Parton's early years and early career.103 Joy St. Sevierville, TN 37862 - The Pines Theater was Sevierville's first movie theater. Opened in 1944 with capacity just over 700, the Pines featured first run movies, action movie double features … Continue reading Dolly’s Hometown Tour