Smoky Mountains Holiday Vacation
Planning a Smoky Mountains holiday vacation this year? Known for it’s beautiful forests, mountains and diverse plant and animal life, the Smoky Mountains are the most visited National Park in the United States and a great place to spend your Holiday Vacation.
The holidays are a special time of year, family, friends and making memories that will last a lifetime. Spending your holiday season exploring the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and the vibrant and friendly towns that are located close by will surely make your season a memorable time.
Holiday Hiking in the Smoky Mountains is a great way to spend the day with those close to you. Dress warm and bring some snacks to enjoy while taking in the most beautiful setting on earth. Wildlife, historic buildings and nature, all waiting for you and your family.
Places To Visit During Your Holiday Vacation:
Smoky Mountains Communities
Your Smoky Mountains holiday vacation wouldn’t be complete without visiting some of the wonderful communities that are close to the Smokies.
Townsend,TN known as the peaceful side of the Smokies, is a quaint little gem of a town, with the most friendly people and beautiful views. If you are planning to stay the night in Townsend, a great choice would be the Highland Manor Inn. A charming hotel with a family feel. The grounds are well, kept, beautiful views, a complimentary breakfast and all within a few minutes from the Smoky Mountains.
Wears Valley is a must visit as well. Shops and restaurants located throughout make this a wonderful place to spend the day. A quiet farming town situated deep within the Great Smoky Mountains Wears valley is located between Pigeon Forge and Townsend, TN.
Pigeon Forge is another one of our favorite holiday places to visit when traveling the Smoky Mountains. Home to the Christmas in the Smokies Bluegrass Fest, a fun family holiday festival with traditional bluegrass and gospel bands, food, lights and lots of good holiday vacation fun. Only a short drive from your stay at the Highland Manor Inn Hotel in Townsend.
Last but certainly not least is the Gatlinburg Trolley Ride of Lights in Downtown Gatlinburg. Vacationing in the Smoky Mountains during the winter holidays wouldn’t be complete without a stop to this fun town. The Trolley Ride of Lights is a can’t miss for the whole family. You can kick back and enjoy the ride and the wonderful display of Holiday Ornaments and lights as you ride by trolley through downtown Gatlinburg. They have recently added snowmen, dancing fountains, a group of international children and a shiny rocking horse have joined the lineup. Make sure to enjoy some time in Gatlinburg during your Smoky Mountain Holiday Vacation and bring your camera.
The Holiday season is upon as and will gone before you know it. Planning a Smoky Mountains Holiday Vacation with family, friends or that special someone is a great way to take in the season. Make sure to give thanks, smile and be safe during this most special time of year.