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Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee - Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville

Entertainment

The Smokey Mountain Chamber of Commerce

Horseback Riding

Davy Crockett Riding Stables - (865) 448-6411

Deer Farm Riding Stables - (865) 429-2276

Walden Creek Stables - (865) 429-0411

Cades Cove - (865) 448-6286

Deep Creek - (828) 488 - 8504

Smoky Mountain - (865) 436-5634

McCarters - (865) 436-5354

Smokemont - (828) 497-2373

Rafting

Rafting In The Smokies
2470 E. Parkway, Gatlinburg - (865) 436-5008

Wildwater Rafting - (800) 451-9972

Water Sport

Ogle's Waterpark - (865) 453-8741 

Swimming

The Park does not encourage or recommend swimming in
any of the streams. If you do swim, it is at your own risk. 
You are highly cautioned not to do so. The water is cold
year round which can cause hypothermia.

For swimming pleasure there are several local activities
offered on this page.

Fishing

You will need a fishing license to fish in the state of
Tennessee. You can fish anywhere in the park unless it is
posted as "No Fishing". You can purchase a fishing
license locally. Be sure to find out the rules and
regulations of fishing when you obtain your license.

Old Smoky Outfitters
511 Parkway #201- Gatlinburg, TN 37738 - (423) 430-1936

Hiking

Information on ranger guided and/or self guided tours are
available at any of the visitor/welcome centers.

The Park has many beautiful waterfalls that you can hike to
and see. Follow the waterfall link for information on each
individual waterfall. Click for waterfall information.

For those of you that don't want to hike on foot there are
several motor trails that you can enjoy. Click here for motor
trail information.

Important things to remember when hiking:

Wear comfortable shoes that keep your feet warm and
protect your feet. Hiking boots are recommended.

Do not drink untreated water.

Stay on the trails to avoid getting lost.

It is illegal to remove anything from the park. Leave
everything as you find it. Including flowers & rocks.

Keep children with you at all times.

Do not climb the trees or on the rocks around the
waterfalls.

PLEASE do not liter!! Take everything out of the park that
you bring in. Everything means everything! Candy
wrappers, gum wrappers, lunch wrappings, leftover food,
cigarette butts. GARBAGE KILLS BEARS! Not to
mention all the other animals who call this Park their
home. It also keeps the Park beautiful for your viewing
pleasure and others. Thank you!

Camping

Backcountry Camping (Backpacking)

There are over 85 Backcountry campsites and 16 shelters
to choose from. Some will even provide for your horses. 
Information about these sites can be obtained at any Park
visitor/welcome center.

Gatlinburg Welcome Center - (865) 436-0120

Backcountry Information - (865) 436-1297 - Info Only
Backcountry Reservations - (865) 436-1231 - Res. Only

Frontcountry Camping (Developed)

You can obtain Frontcountry Camping information at any
visitor/welcome center. Here are just a few Frontcountry
Campgrounds.

Cades Cove, Smokemont, Elkmont - (800) 365-2267

Deep Creek - (828) 497-1930

Catalooche, Crosby - (865) 436-1266

Bicycling

Bicycles are allowed on any road that is open to
automobile traffic. Bicycles are not allowed on the Park
trails but there may be a few exceptions. Please be safe
and wear helmets! Children under 12 are required to do so
by law in the state of Tennessee.

Cades Cove offers bicycle rentals.

Picnics

There are many nice picnic areas in the Smokies. You
can obtain picnic area information at any of the
visitor/welcome centers.

CAUTION: Please!! Do not feed the animals for your safety
and the animals.

Amusement Parks

Dollywood

Fun Mountain

Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort & Amusement Park
Gatlinburg - (865) 436-5423

Museums

Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum
Parkway, Traffic Light #7, Gatlinburg - (865) 436-5096

Elvis Presley Museum
Pigeon Forge - (865) 428-2001

Smoky Mountain Car Museum
2970 Parkway at Pickel Street, Pigeon Forge - (865)
453-3433

Carbo's Police Museum - (865) 453-1358

Stars Cars Museum - (865) 430-2200

Lazer Tag

Q-ZAR
716 Parkway, Gatlinburg - (865) 436-BEAM

Art Galleries

Brint Martin Gallery - (865) 429-9175

Steven P. Spangler Gallery - (865) 429-9616

Vern Hippensteal Galleries - (800) 537-8110

Robert A. Tino Gallery - (865) 453-6315

Victorian Reflections - (865) 430-5057

Other Attractions of Interest

Forbidden Caverns
455 Blowing Cave Road, Sevierville - (865) 453-5972

The Mine
2865 Parkway, Pigeon Forge - (865) 453-7712 or (800)
345-6193

Smoky Mountain Deer Farm & Exotic Petting Zoo - (865)
428-3337

Lost Sea - (423) 337-6616

Music Shows

The Lee Greenwood Theater
River Bluff Landing - Sevierville - (800) 686-5471 or (865)
933-8080

Music Mountain Theatre - (865) 429-7111

T.G. Sheppard's Theater in the Smokies - (865) 428-8000

Smoky Mountain Jubilee - (865) 428-1836

Country Tonight Theatre - (800) 792-4308

Governor's Palace - (888) 439-1111

Eagle Mountain Theatre - (800) 709-3499

Music Mansion Theater - (865) 428-7469

Louise Mandrell Theater - (800) 768-1170

Comedy Show

Elwood Smooch's Hillbilly Hoedown: (865) 428-5600

Comedy Barn Theater: (800) 29-LAUGH or (865) 428-5222
Kids are FREE! 

Glasgow Comedy Theater: (888) YOU-LAUGH

Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre and Music Live Musical
Comedy. 1-865-436-4039. 

Dinner Shows

Dixie Stampede: (800) 356-1676

Glasgow Comedy Theater: (888) YOU-LAUGH

Skiing

Ober Gatlinburg 
Ski Resort & Amusement Park 
Gatlinburg, 423-436-5423 


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