Explore Gatlinburg. Discover a Destination.
Come for an afternoon, a weekend, or as long as you like. These mountains are calling you.
Come see how wild our wildlife is. Come experience how eye-opening our endless rolling mountain views are. Come with family and friends to one of the most-visited vacation spots in America.
Hiking trails, skiing, whitewater rafting, camping, unique local arts and crafts, shopping, exciting entertainment, and all the dining options your appetite could imagine — this is the gateway to the country’s most popular national park.
Gatlinburg sees over 11 million people visit the Smokies each year, and each of them gets their own unique experience. Learn more about Gatlinburg here.
There’s plenty more to Gatlinburg than scenic views and stellar flapjacks. Ski resorts. Amusement parks. Aquariums. Water Parks. Museums. Golf. Mini-golf. Dinner theatres. Options abound, as Gatlinburg’s true strength lies in its versatility. Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly destination, a romantic getaway for two, or a real change of scenery to refresh your outlook, Gatlinburg has something for you.
History & CultureCome explore the history and culture of Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park! The Gatlinburg area is one of the best places to discover the authentic trails, music and art of the Appalachian people.
Arts & CraftsSee the history of the Appalachian region for yourself when you take a trip through the Arts & Crafts Trail, the nation's largest organization of independent artisans. Along the trail, local craftspeople make pottery, woodcarvings and more.
GalleriesBring home a small piece of the Smokies with you. Visit one of Gatlinburg's art galleries and view our local artisans' paintings, pottery and more. Local artists capture the Smokies in a way that no photograph can.
Gatlinburg Goes Green
Launched in 2008, Gatlinburg Goes Green is a free, educational environmental program and sustainability initiative for business members of the Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce, designed to help local businesses self-evaluate, examine methods, set goals and take definitive action toward continual improvement of operations. With more than 100 members engaged in a conscious effort to reduce environmental impact, GGG leaders receive public-facing green, bronze, silver, gold and platinum scores. Owned and operated by local residents and park stewards, every Gatlinburg business makes an impact.