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Though the area around Gatlinburg suffered tremendous loss last November, the downtown you know and love is still going strong. The unique attractions, restaurants, hotels, shops, and distilleries are standing strong, and most importantly, awaiting your arrival.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the most visited National Park in the country, was involved in the wildfires in late November but only .003% was affected. The areas include the popular the Chimney Tops trail along the Bull Head Mountain into the Twin Creeks area. So most of the hiking trails, scenic drives and fishing streams you love are still open and unaffected. Cades Cove was also untouched and all the historic structures in the Park were preserved. For more information on the Great Smoky Mountains, click here.
This 72-acre outdoor adventure development features a downtown shopping complex, adjacent to the Chondola Station, that takes visitors to Anakeesta Mountain and Aerial Adventure Park. Once on the mountain, visitors will enjoy dining and shopping in Firefly Village, racing ziplines, mountain coasters, tree canopy walks, scenic overlooks and a children’s playground. Tree-house lodging will be added in Phase II.
Margaritaville Resort (2018)
Fairfield Inn and Suites (2017)
Hampton Inn (2017)
Courtyard by Marriott (2016)
Holiday Inn Express (2016)
Delauders Smoky Mountain BBQ
Farmer’s Burger Barn
Gatlinburg Brewing Co.
Maddog’s Ice Cream and Donuts
Landshark Bar and Grill
Mama’s Chicken Kitchen
Joe and Pop’s Sub Shoppe
Gatlinburg Beans and Cornbread Festival
Celebrate Gatlinburg’s Appalachian culture and culinary heritage
Smoky Mountain Tunes and Tales
June and July
Strolling musicians and storytellers entertain visitors all summer long
July 4 Parade
For more than 40 years, the parade has honored our nation’s Military Veterans and other U.S. Military Heroes with this classic, small town American parade.