The Smokies is the perfect destination for travelers looking for a destination that’s filled with fall fun, foodie favorites, and fantastic views of colorful foliage. Whether you just want to take in the views or you’re looking for an exciting seasonal event to attend, you can do it all during fall in the Smokies. To help you plan the perfect trip, we’ve made a list of the top 3 things to do in the Smoky Mountains in the fall.
Are you planning a trip to visit the Great Smoky Mountains National Park? You probably are trying to decide when you want to come to the area, so you want to know when is the best time to visit. The answer depends on your personal preferences, but we want to share some general knowledge about it with you! Keep reading to find out the best time to visit the Smoky Mountains:
When you’re planning a family trip to the Smokies, you probably want to spend some time in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. But what will you guys do that everyone will enjoy? There are several places you can visit within the park that young kids and older adults will love, so you have a variety of activities to choose from! Check out these top 4 things to do in the Smoky Mountains with your family:
Summer hiking in the Smokies can be one of the most rewarding outdoor experiences that you can give yourself. The abundant flora and fauna of the park fills in every corner of every trail and there’s no denying the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Our Great Smoky Mountains National Park has 150 trails for guests to choose from throughout the park. Below we’ve put together 3 of the best hikes for you to take in the Smokies this summer.
Everyone knows that sticking to a budget and saving money isn’t always easy when planning a vacation or even a short getaway. However, by planning ahead you can find affordable options that are also excellent ways to connect with the history of an area, experience unique and fun destinations, as well as see beautiful sights that will stay with you for a lifetime. Here are 3 of the top affordable things to do in Sevierville and Pigeon Forge, TN when you stay with us at The Lodge at Five Oaks.
A visit to the Great Smoky Mountains is a treat at any time of the year, but each season comes with its own perks and beauty. We’ve put together 3 reasons to visit us here in Smokies during the winter months, a quiet and peaceful period of time to explore one of the most visited vacation destinations in the country.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is made up of 520,000 acres of beautiful land. Within the park’s boundaries you’ll find close to 900 miles of hiking trails. Guests of all experience levels can find hikes that fit their interests and fitness levels perfectly. However, if you’re planning on hiking with your family then there are a number of trails that are best for folks with kids in tow. Below are 4 of the best hikes to do with your family during your vacation in the Smoky Mountains.
Summertime is just around the corner and the mountains are calling! Are you packing up the family and heading for the hills of Tennessee? If so, check out this list of 10 things to do in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park that the entire family will enjoy!
Are you heading to the Smoky Mountains for a winter getaway in January? If so, here are 10 things that you’ll want to add to your itinerary!
Tucked away in the hills of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park are countless miles of rolling rivers and streams. The park includes over 520,000 acres of land that are filled with stunning views, history, flora, fauna and much more. With more than 800 miles of hiking trails, the Smoky Mountains also offer the opportunity for many types of hikes. You can take a simple walk in the woods, climb to the highest of peaks or hike to a gorgeous waterfall. The waterfall hikes are some of our favorites so we wanted to share with you 3 of the best that you’ll find in the area. Choose a couple and then head our way for your next adventure getaway!
Our hotel in Sevierville is not only just a short drive from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park but it is also in the heart of the best shopping in the Smokies, within walking distance of great dining spots and near many of the top attractions in the area. Here are a few of the attractions that you’ll be just minutes from when staying with us at The Lodge at Five Oaks!