Things to do in the area

WHAT TO DO while visiting the Great Smoky Mountains/Wears Valley/Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg/Townsend area

May 2020

Current Conditions & Alerts

National Park

Great Smoky Mountains
National Park

Accessibility

Foothills Parkway “Missing Link”
A 16 mile drive with multiple scenic overlooks starts in Wears Valley

GSM Outfitters

Smoky Mountain Grocery

Delivered to your cabin before you arrive. Give them a call today.

865-366-7261

“Do The Loop”

Enjoy the 8 Mile Loop Road

With Over 100 Artists & Craftsmen

Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail

Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail
(open Spring – Fall)
(April 10 – November 30, 2020)

Cades Cove

Cades Cove is a broad, verdant valley surrounded by mountains and is one of the most popular destinations in the Great Smokies. It offers some of the best opportunities for wildlife viewing in the park.

Handicap Accessible Sugarland Valley Nature Trail

Accessible Trails in the GSMNP

New for 2020

A 70+ acre outdoor family theme park in the heart of downtown Gatlinburg

Caverns

tuckaleecheecaverns.com 
Tuckaleechee Caverns in Townsend, are known as the “Greatest Site Under the Smokies” and are the highest rated Cave or Cavern of the Eastern United States.

In-Cabin Massage
also In-Cabin dinners, etc

Golf

Laurel Valley Golf Course

Mini Golf – so many in the area – this one is at least partially w/c accessible plus Mini-Bowling!
Crave Golf Club

Waterfalls in the Park

Every year over 200,000 visitors hike well-worn trails to view Grotto, Laurel, Abrams, Rainbow, and other popular waterfalls in the park.

Helicopter Tours
Wears Valley Tour Flight!

Accessible Travel Writer Candy Harrington
2018 Suggestions

Things to Do in Pigeon Forge

Entertainment Shows

Places to Go, Things to Do
Site is paid for by your lodging tax!

Fishing in the area

Fishing

English Mountain Trout Farm & Grill

You hook ’em; they cook ’em!

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