Campgrounds fundraiser

  • On Oct 16, 2020

Hey everyone, Ken Falkner here to ask our website fans of Glamping in the smoky to help us raise the money we need to purchase a tract of land. We are trying to purchase at least 50 acres to make a family glamping park. We plan to have horseback riding and riding lessons for ...

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A Beautiful Fall Day in Gatlinburg

  • On Oct 14, 2020

I was out and about today and decided to take the Gatlinburg bypass and take some fall pictures. It was such a beautiful day! We had rain for several days and a lot of the leaves had fallen so felt like I better go ahead and take a few pics. Enjoy!

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Great Smoky Mountain Candle Company

  • On Oct 13, 2020

Great Smoky Mountain Candle Company candles are free from carcinogens, reproductive toxins, and other potentially hazardous chemicals often found in fragrance. Our first candle will be the Smoky Mountain Christmas Tree fragrance candle! Capture the magic of Christmas morning all season long with this delightful pine aroma. Subtle wood tones support classic pine notes for ...

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Annual Fall Rod Run in Pigeon Forge

  • On Sep 18, 2020

The Fall Rod Run in Pigeon Forge, TN is one of the “big 3” car shows that takes place in Pigeon Forge each year….the other two being the Spring Rod Run and Shades of the Past. This Pigeon Forge Fall rod run 2020 is one of the most popular car shows in Pigeon Forge simply ...

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Buffalo Bison in Gatlinburg?

  • On Jul 28, 2020

Yes! There are Buffalo Bison in Gatlinburg. There is a small farm at the end of Glades Blvd. in the arts and crafts district behind the white house on the corner. These animals are usually in the back field grazing or just being lazy, however, I have seen them near the fence. There is a ...

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Best Fudge in the Smoky Mountains

  • On Jun 13, 2020

So if you are looking for the best fudge in the Great Smoky Mountains this place has it! They have about 30 different types of fudge. My favorite was chocolate walnut, my friend Candace likes Buckeye. I took another friend, Debbi and she and I tried 6 different ones…Good stuff! They are just past Elvira’s ...

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Flowering Plants in the Great Smoky Mountains

  • On Jun 08, 2020

Did you know that variations in elevation, rainfall, temperature, and geology in these ancient mountains provide ideal habitat for over 1,600 species of flowering plants, including 100 native tree species and over 100 native shrub species? The Great Smoky Mountains national park is also a global center for non-flowering plants, including 450 bryophytes-mosses, liverworts, and ...

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Bears in the Smoky Mountains

  • On Jun 04, 2020
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What to do and not to do! One of the most frequent things people ask when visiting up here is where can we see Bears! We all love to see them, myself included. However, it is extremely important to keep your distance! Why? Bears can be very unpredictable! The Bear population is nearly 3 times ...

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This little Bear!

  • On Jun 02, 2020

The beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains offers up so much! This past Sunday afternoon I decided to take in these beautiful mountains as I often do. I went up to an area called “The Summit”. This is a new residential area not far off Wears Valley Road. The views are spectacular and the homes ...

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