The Great Smoky Mountains National Park sets the stage for family fun, relaxation, diverse entertainment and memories you will want to enjoy again and again. The majestic mountains that the Cherokee Indians deemed the “Land of Blue Smoke” offer 800 square miles of the most diverse plant life found on our planet, and is the most visited National Park in the country. Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg are within a day’s drive of two-thirds of the United States, and offer rich history, thrilling attractions, outdoor adventure, peaceful rivers, and down-home southern cooking. With three unique destinations in one, there is something for everyone!
Many folks return to the Smokies each year, some making multiple visits to celebrate holidays and mark life’s milestones. The people, the locations and the memories are all touchstones for those who’ve vacationed here. The Smoky Mountains serve as a backdrop for millions of photographs where cherished memories rest firmly in the foreground.