Located in Pigeon Forge, TN and near Gatlinburg and Sevierville.
Blog posts for November 2012
As we all know, Santa breaks out his giant sleigh and team of ready reindeer every Christmas Eve and loads the sleigh with lots of toys for all the good girls and boys. Then he spends the entire night flying through the air as he makes his speedy annual trip around the world.
Looking for a way to shake up the Thanksgiving holiday? This year, consider spending Turkey Day in the Smokies. The forecast for this week is terrific—sunny, with highs in the low sixties—which means great weather for either Black Friday shopping or perhaps walking off some of that pecan pie with a hike in the mountains.
Since 1937, the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community has been known for its authentic mountain craftsmen and artisans, all showcased together in a collection of studios and shops along a eight-mile motor loop in Gatlinburg. It is the largest group of independent artisans in North America, proudly preserving the craft heritage of the Great Smoky Mountains on a year-round basis.
Just because the seasons are changing for the cooler doesn't mean there still aren't tons of things to do when you visit Pigeon Forge this fall and winter. Here's a quick list of suggestions for you to consider, whether you're traveling alone, as a couple or with the whole family:
The temperatures have dropped and the leaves have dropped with them, which means that winter isn't far off. But that doesn't stop folks in the Smokies from getting an early start on celebrating the season. In fact, at Dollywood theme park in Pigeon Forge, their annual Smoky Mountain Christmas festival gets under way this Saturday, November 10.