Adventures Are All Around You
Tour Dollywood, hike the nature trails in Great Smokies National Park, visit wineries, caverns, flea markets, gemstone mines, and legendary distilleries during your unforgettable vacation to Tennessee. Delicious dining too!
Country music star, movie actress, and all around wonderful person, Dolly Parton’s Dollywood is the #1 theme park in the USA. Let Dolly light up your life with rides, slides, music, food, and laughter in nearby Pigeon Forge.
See one of America’s most celebrated caverns right here in Sevierville. Take an underground tour of hanging rock formations, sparkling clear streams, and magnificent grottoes. Wear a sweater – caves are cool!
Smoky Mountain Deer Farm & Petting Zoo
Have a wonderful time introducing your little ones to big live animals. Pet the deer, camels, elks, donkeys, and many others. Pony rides too! Reservations are required.
Flea Traders Paradise Mall
Child & pet friendly. Find antiques, collectibles, music, toys, coins, instruments, foods, perfume, wigs, arts & crafts, and lots of other stuff. You may never leave!
Tennessee Legend Distillery
Made in Tennessee! Sample the best selection of Whiskey, Moonshine, Cream Liqueurs, and other spirits you can find in the Smoky Mountains. Free samples, 7 days a week.
Harrisburg Covered Bridge
Step back in time to visit the last remaining covered bridge in Sevier County. When you drive across, you actually feel and hear the wooden planks move beneath you.
NASCAR Speed Park
Race in for thrills! The speediest family entertainment attraction in the Smoky Mountains includes 8 exciting go-kart tracks, family and thrill rides, 2 miniature golf courses, rock wall climbing, bumper boats, arcade and more. Bring your family and friends for a full day of fun – NASCAR style.
Harrah’s Cherokee Casino
Take a day trip to nearby Hendersonville, NC for thrilling gaming, dining, and entertainment. Try your luck at Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, all sorts of Poker games, and more than 3000 slots!
Oconaluftee Indian Village
See a replica of an 18th-century eastern Cherokee community located in Cherokee, North Carolina along the Oconaluftee River. The Cherokee Living Museum offers an intriguing glimpse into the past.