Revised & Updated - October 18, 2013. Thinking about taking a Gatlinburg hayride? Autumn is my favorite time of year, with the vibrant beauty of the leaves changing and the crisp, cool weather, it's hard not to enjoy being outside. One of the … [Read more...]
Clingmans Dome: What A View!
If you take Highway 441 out of Gatlinburg and head into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, on the right hand side of the road you'll find a 7-mile spur that runs along the Tennessee-North Carolina border. This serpentine byway, which ducks … [Read more...]
Gatlinburg Day Trip: Lookout Mountain
Roughly two hours southwest of Gatlinburg, near Chattanooga, Tennessee, is one of America's most unique tourist destinations. Perched high above the valley floor, on a plateau surrounded by sheer cliffs, is a landmark of both natural and historical … [Read more...]
Looking For Live Entertainment? Come See What The Smokies Have To Offer!
If you enjoy live entertainment, then you won't want to miss the parade of shows waiting for you in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. For a vacation filled with comedy, drama, music, and magic come visit Pigeon Forge, Tennessee--right next … [Read more...]
3 Reasons To Honeymoon In Gatlinburg
Congratulations! You're getting married! We at Gatlinburg-Lodging-Guide.com are so happy for you. We know you'll be happy with the vast array of wedding ceremony and reception options available here in Gatlinburg. For a moment, though, we'd like … [Read more...]
Beyond Gatlinburg: Popular Surrounding Areas
Gatlinburg, Tennessee is a fantastic choice for your next vacation destination. The Gateway to the Smokies is packed with lodging and entertainment opportunities to suit all tastes and budgets. But while Gatlinburg makes a fine hub, don't forget that … [Read more...]
Like animals? You’ll love Gatlinburg!
Gatlinburg, Tennessee is home to a menagerie of creatures great and small. Here you'll find cuddly mammals, exotic reptiles, beasts of burden, and birds of prey. You can seek out the ordinary and the extraordinary both in the wild and in captivity. … [Read more...]
Experience Gatlinburg History at Ogle’s Cabin
In 1802 William “Billy” Ogle claimed he had found “the land of paradise.” Nestled in the hills of the Appalachian Mountains, it was a place of abundant oak trees, teeming rivers and serene mountain views. Planning to settle this untamed land, Ogle … [Read more...]