Open for Adventure

When your neighbors are covered in fur and spend their days captivating 11 million visitors a year, when your backyard is the inspiration for world-class artists and craftsmen, when your sidewalks lead to the best memories that last a lifetime — you tend to make the news. Check back often to find the latest on Gatlinburg.

Our wide variety of lodging options combine affordable comfort, service, and convenience with a heap of Southern Appalachian hospitality.

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The Mountains Are Calling

The unique attractions, restaurants, hotels, shops, and distilleries are standing strong, and most importantly, awaiting your arrival.


Great Smoky Mountains National Park

A frontier around every bend — Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the country’s most-visited national park and a world-renowned memory maker. Learn more.

New Lodging, Restaurants and Attractions

New Lodging in Gatlinburg

Margaritaville Resort (2018)
Fairfield Inn and Suites (2017)
Hampton Inn (2017)
Courtyard by Marriott (2016)
Holiday Inn Express (2016)

New Restaurants

Landshark Bar and Grill
Mama’s Chicken Kitchen
Joe and Pop’s Sub Shoppe
Split Rail Eats

Ole Red Gatlinburg

Opening Spring 2019. Ole Red Gatlinburg means great food, cold drinks, and the best country music stage outside of Nashville, Blake Shelton style.


This 72-acre outdoor adventure development features a downtown shopping complex, adjacent to the Chondola Station, that takes visitors to Anakeesta. 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.