September 13th, 2013 | No Comments »

Smoky Mountain National Park is a great getaway for any season. Take advantage of low or mid-season specials at inns, restaurants, attractions. You can have an amazing time, while saving money; it’s a win-win. First, figure out the ideal season for you to go, and browse our specials according to your preferred time of year. Just remember, the earlier you book the better, for a few reasons. For one, you’ll have a much wider selection if you book in advance, and for another, you’ll have…

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August 26th, 2013 | No Comments »

The overexposed phrase “if you fail to plan, you plan to fail” applies pretty well to a group camping trip, especially if you’re going with kids. A checklist will make your life much easier, and thankfully, Eastern Mountain Sports has provided an awesome infographic and the perfect checklist to print (see below)! Getting a checklist together is actually fun if you start prepping early, it builds anticipation and ensures you have a successful and fun camping trip. There’s nothing worse than forgetting a crucial item…

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May 21st, 2013 | No Comments »

Looking at pictures of the Smokey Mountains and surrounding terrain on the Internet or magazine really doesn’t do the real thing justice. For anyone who has traveled to the Smokey Mountains knows that the landscape alone makes for one unforgettable vacation. The month of June in Gaitlinburg, TN, the town where we’re located, is a popular one. The town welcomes people from all over to join in the fun at various festivals, theatrical performances and sporting events. During the first official month of summer, Gaitlinburg…

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January 9th, 2013 | No Comments »

Looking for a romantic getaway or just a break in the new year of 2013? Then “See America at Its Best” in Tennessee with a little help of a special offer. 1172 Laurel Hideaway **SPECIAL $125 PER NIGHT MONDAY THRU THURSDAY JANUARY & FEBRUARY 2013** At a glance this Chalet includes one king bed, washer/dryer, charcoal grill, high speed wireless Internet, and a unique electric fireplace. A uniquely secluded one bedroom chalet that offers a spectacular Mt. LeConte, Ski Lodge and aerial tramway view. Surround…

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October 19th, 2012 | No Comments »

  As the stunning fall foliage in Gatlinburg continues to blossom, we can excitedly anticipate the next fruitful season to come: winter. While the fall is most certainly at the top of the Gatlinburg favorite-seasons list for its natural beauty and outdoor activity, the winter has just as much to offer both residents and tourists, alike. What fun can we expect? Well, Ober Gatlinburg is a prime provider of winter activities for the Gatlinburg community. Assuming that responsibility with open arms, they anticipated the winter…

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September 6th, 2012 | No Comments »

If all of the breathtaking scenery, exciting activities and tourist attractions weren’t enough to convince you to venture to Gatlinburg, listen to Forbes.com.  They recently named Gatlinburg one of the Prettiest Towns in America. We must say – we wholeheartedly agree! “With its charming, quaint old buildings in the center of town, its dramatic mountain backdrop and the only ski resort in Tennessee, Gatlinburg has become a popular tourist destination for regional fun-seekers. Located on the border of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Gatlinburg…

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