Ole Red Gatlinburg
Whether Ole Red is at the top of your country music bucket list or you just wandered in itchin’ for a little fun in the heart of Gatlinburg, we’re glad you made it. We cordially invite you to settle in with a Blake-approved cocktail, order a plate of Redneck Nachos, or try the Clingman's Dome Burger. And you feel like sharing, snap a selfie with our famous Champagne of Fried Chicken, brined in Miller High Life, fried to perfection, and served in a champagne bucket. You can’t go wrong here; every one of our made-from-scratch menu items and special desserts is a crowd pleaser. https://olered.com/VIEW MORE!
Cades Cove Driving Tour
When you set out to explore the Great Smoky Mountains, you’re taking on a journey of endless sights and no less than a couple hundred views that will stop you in your tracks. The beauty is never ending, and recording every part of it is an impressive task. And while there is no way to choose a favorite sight or scene in the Smokies, we’ve been lucky enough to become well acquainted with one part that is extra special to us – Cades Cove. This mountain-surrounded valley is a well-known treasure of the Smoky Mountains and can be considered one of many favorites in the park with both out-of-towners and locals visiting by the thousands.VIEW MORE!
Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies
Over 10,000 sea creatures across more than 350 species call the aquarium home and are waiting for you to visit. Like all of Ripley’s museum attractions, the Aquarium is compartmentalized into themed sections – Tropical Rainforest, Ocean Realm, Shark Lagoon, Touch-A-Ray Bay, Coral Reef, Discovery Center, Gallery of the Seas, Stingray Bay and Penguin Playhouse – yes, we have penguins in Gatlinburg!VIEW MORE!
TopJump Trampoline Park
Bring out your inner ninja, gymnast or saiyan with a visit to the TopJump Trampoline Park in downtown Pigeon Forge! This is the Smokies' first trampoline park and it offers a lot of exciting athletic opportunities you can't easily reproduce at home. There is a giant room with lots of trampolines, a "Clip 'n' Climb" climbing adventure, arcade, candy store for some additional energy (just don't overdo it!) and more.VIEW MORE!
The Old Mill
The Old Mill Square is a small but very entertaining area that offers a surprising amount of shops, eateries and special events that take place throughout the year. These shops and the setting are considered Pigeon Forge's equivalent to the Arts and Crafts Community in Gatlinburg, so you will find high-quality, harder-to-find or locally made items in a variety of genres and tastes.VIEW MORE!
Ober Gatlinburg is the Smoky Mountain amusement park that predates Dollywood and offers many things Dollywood does not. Ober Gatlinburg’s biggest claim to fame is their iconic Aerial Tramway that carries visitors from downtown Gatlinburg all the way up to the front gates of the amusement park. They also feature a wildlife habitat, indoor ice-skating rink, winter sports, summer rides, arcade and more than there is room here to print!VIEW MORE!
The Island in Pigeon Forge
The Island is an incredible Pigeon Forge attraction featuring sights, stores, restaurants, rides, and pretty much everything you’d need if you and your group wanted to stay the afternoon. The Island features The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, The Island Ropes Course, the 7D Dark Ride Adventure, Thunderdome and more!VIEW MORE!
Who would’ve expected the Titanic would end its legendary journey here in Pigeon Forge? A major surprise hit if there ever was one, the Titanic Museum is not only the coolest museum in the city, it is a center for special events and seasonal activities in town too.VIEW MORE!
The amusement park is one of the main reasons for the city of Pigeon Forge’s continued popularity and Dollywood tops itself year after year to live up to its already enormous hype. If you hear someone call it the “Disneyland of East Tennessee”, that’s what you can expect!VIEW MORE!
Discover Townsend Tennessee
Wears Valley and the Smoky Mountains. Townsend has been known as the peaceful side of the Smokies for many years, a reputation well earned, but this does not mean there is nothing to see or do in Townsend. Visit our website to view a few things you can enjoy within easy driving distance to Townsend.VIEW MORE!
Wears Valley Visitors Center
Wears Valley Tennessee is a sleepy little town with some pretty big ideas. You will find some great little restaurants offering breakfast, lunch, pizza and more. Small and large shops offering unique items only found in the Great Smoky Mountains are easily found up, down and on both sides of the road. Hundreds of rental cabins with 1 to 20 bedrooms and lots of land for sale abound in our community and you can even connect to The Foothills Parkway in the center of Wears Valley. Unmatched views await those who take this scenic drive now accessible from Wears Valley; what was once known as the "Missing Link" is now open for the public and is an awesome addition to the valley!VIEW MORE!
Smoky Mountain H20 Sports
VOTED one of the TOP 10 Marinas in the Smoky Mountains!! We offer more than 30 years of experience specializing in boat and wave-runner rentals with some of the most beautiful views of the Great Smoky Mountains. You can rest assured that between our customer service, boat valets, and a full line of Bentley pontoons as well as Yamaha wave-runners, you will have the best experience here at Smoky Mountain H2o Sports.VIEW MORE!
Welcome to Three Jimmy's - your new favorite dinner and hangout spot in Gatlinburg, TN! Three Jimmy’s is all about fresh and homemade food that never disappoints. To start off, we serve appetizers to make you feel at home - all of your favorites like our award-winning wings, fried mushrooms with our special sauce, chicken tenders that set us apart from most and more! Our wide variety of entrees are served with delectable side dishes that aim to please, like our famous smoked Gouda macaroni and cheese, baked beans, fresh homemade coleslaw, unique fresh salads with our homemade dressingsVIEW MORE!