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5 Top Attractions In Sevierville, TN

Take me out to Smokes Baseball Park.When most people think about visiting attractions in the Great Smoky Mountains, they're most likely to first think of Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg, TN. After all, these are the two most visited cities in the Smokies and they are, in fact, home to most of the attractions that the area has to offer.

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Celebrate Easter in the Great Smoky Mountains

A lot of folks will be celebrating Easter this weekend, and if you include yourself in that number, don't let that stop you from planning a trip to the Smokies. There are dozens of places of worship in the communities of Wears Valley, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and Sevierville, not to mention churches located throughout Sevier County. Any of them would surely be glad to welcome out-of-town visitors on Sunday to celebrate the resurrection of Christ.

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Making The Most Of Smoky Mountain Visitor Centers

There are tons of resources a visitor can use to plan a trip to the Great Smoky Mountains, even long before arriving. Internet research alone can go a long way toward helping you buy tickets to shows and attractions and, of course, book a few nights in one of our Smoky Mountain cabin rentals.

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Bloomin' Barbeque & Bluegrass

When warm weather arrives in the Smokies, it's a sure sign that two of the best things about spring and summer can't be far behind-barbecue cooking and bluegrass music. Fortunately for anyone hanging out in Sevierville this weekend, you can soak up plenty of both at the annual Bloomin' Barbeque & Bluegrass festival.

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A Smoky Mountain Homecoming

Last week, we talked a little about Old Mill Heritage Day, a special event that celebrated the history and culture of the Great Smoky Mountains. If you missed out on that, you'll get another chance this weekend to experience a similar immersion into the days of yesteryear. The 21st Annual Robert A. Tino Smoky Mountain Homecoming, October 5 and 6, takes visitors back to simpler times, when the farm was the center of family life.

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Car Shows Roll Into Smokies In September

September is not only the time when the kids go back to school and football season starts. It's also a great time to be a car lover in the Great Smoky Mountains. That's because three different custom-auto events are taking place in our towns throughout the month. Here's a quick overview of events you might be interested in attending if you're staying at one of our cabins in Sevierville, TN or Pigeon Forge, TN.

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