Smoky Mountains Things to do in January and February

Just because January and February are off season and the winter season, doesn’t mean that they aren’t without fun and exciting activities and things for visitors to enjoy in the Smokies. There are so many fun things to do in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg in February! Start planning your family’s next adventure to the area … Read more Smoky Mountains Things to do in January and February

Best Motorcycle Rides in the Smoky Mountains

Spring and Summer is for bikers, and that means it’s time to get that ride out of the garage and on the road. Across Tennessee and North Carolina in the Smokies are rides including Tail of the Dragon, Blue Ridge Parkway and Cherohala Skyway. You can stay in a cabin with My Bearfoot Cabins  in … Read more Best Motorcycle Rides in the Smoky Mountains

Best Candy Shops in Gatlinburg

I would venture to say you have a favorite candy shop from your child. The bright colors, the rush of sugar, the crazy names and recipes. If you haven’t been to candy shop, (because they mostly don’t exist any longer) there are plenty of old-fashioned candy kitchens to whet your taste buds and give your … Read more Best Candy Shops in Gatlinburg

Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail

While many visitors to the Smoky Mountains know about Cades Cove loop, there’s another motor nature trail that’s worth exploring, the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail. This beautiful trail is located just minutes from Gatlinburg! Plus, it’s full of history and exciting sights to see! About the Trail To reach Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail, … Read more Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail

Where Do Locals Eat in the Smoky Mountains

The Smoky Mountains are known for a lot of amazing things like beautiful views, breathtaking nature experiences, and unforgettable attractions. The Smoky Mountains are one of the most unique destinations in the world. One of the area’s best qualities, though, is its vast options of cuisine and food choices. Because it’s one of the world’s … Read more Where Do Locals Eat in the Smoky Mountains