About the Gatlinburg Trolley
The Gatlinburg Trolley System was originally established in 1980 with a fleet of six trolleys and now the system has over 20 trolleys to service the 3,700 residents and 12 million visitors to the Gatlinburg area on a daily basis.
The Trolley System was established in 1980 with a fleet of six trolleys. Today, there are over 20 Trolleys, which service Gatlinburg and surrounding areas.
Riders can board a Trolley at any stop in the Gatlinburg area for safe and efficient transportation to their destination along each of the two routes which serve the City and the Yellow route which serves the Arts and Crafts Community during specific periods of the year.
Visitors can pick up free trolley maps at each of the Gatlinburg Welcome Center, or download one here. Visitors can also park for no charge at the Gatlinburg Welcome Center and hop aboard the Gatlinburg Trolley for free.
To help reduce the language barriers for LEP individuals seeking to utilize the trolley services, the City of Gatlinburg has adopted a Limited English Proficiency (LEP) plan to help make our services more accessible. Please click here to read the LEP plan.
ADA & Title VI Compliant
Gatlinburg Mass Transit strives to be ADA and Title VI Compliant. All vehicles within the Transit Fleet are ADA equipped.