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No experience in the Smoky Mountains should be without a few nights stay in a cabin. And, Gatlinburg has plenty of them. Select from a variety of sizes, amenities and locations. Find a cozy, rustic, or luxury cabin rental in Gatlinburg here.

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There are thousands of hotel rooms in Gatlinburg. Problem is they all fill up fast. Book early for the best rooms and locations. From in-town and off the street to budget and semi luxury. Select a room with a fireplace or creek-side balcony.



Finding food is as simple as walking down town.  Plenty of restaurants line Gatlinburg's main strip. Eat BBQ, steak, Italian, Mexican, and more. Check out the coffee shops, deli's and breweries. Family dining in our Southern restaurants.


Things to Do

A walk around the main strip in town will probably be your first introduction to this unique mountain village. After that, the sky is the limit. Gatlinburg offers so many things to do. Hike the Smokies, visit a brewery, shop the galleries and malls... dining, arts and crafts, picnics...

Things to Do...


From Ripley's museums, a mountain coaster, and hillbilly golf to Ober Gatlinburg, the Space Needle, and zip lines. Gatlinburg has lots of  attractions! If playing is your thing, you won't be disappointed. So, grab your family, grab your plastic, and come have some fun!



Looking for that romantic wedding in an enchanted forest? You've come to the right place. Gatlinburg has several wedding chapels, and a number of honeymoon cabins. Sky lift, Chapel at the Park, Space Needle, Creek Bridge, and Gazebo are all Gatlinburg wedding options.



Convention Center

Featuring a Great Hall that's 67,000 square feet, mostly free-span. Up to 6,000 people or 350 booths. Additional 50,000 square feet room features large Ballroom. 18 meeting rooms, 2 private parlors, and VIP/media suite.

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The weather in Gatlinburg includes four seasons. Expect plenty of sunshine and some rain during the Spring and Summer months, as well as a decent amount of snow during winter. Temperatures range from 25 - 85 F.



Whitewater Rafting

Guided white water rafting tours in the Great Smoky Mountain and Cherokee National Forest rivers. Visit an outfitter in downtown Gatlinburg and discover our Class 3 and Class 4 rapids. Namely, the Razor Blade and Lost Guide.

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Falls Resort

Known as Gatlinburg Falls, this newly developed luxury log cabin rental destination within thick woods, providing plenty of privacy.  Choose from 1-9 bedrooms, up to 38 beds. Wedding facility and conference center.

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Waddle with penguins, splash with the rays, sleep with the sharks. Groups, private events, birthdays, weddings, and more. Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies is one of the most popular attractions in Gatlinburg, TN.


Westgate Resort

A Smoky Mountain resort and spa with world class accommodations and amenities. Luxury cabins. Plus, a mountain-themed, indoor water park. On-site 24-hour store features groceries, beer, crafts, and a deli.

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Welcome to Gatlinburg, TN!

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Gatlinburg, TN is a vacation resort, convention center, and family getaway located in Sevier County, just across the Great Smoky Mountains National Park from Cherokee, NC. Gatlinburg is like a mix of historic San Francisco - with it's trolley cars and assortment of getaways - and a pioneering village fraught with culture and heritage. The air is crisp and the water runs clear. The people are wholesome and friendly, and the atmosphere is electric. Gatlinburg TN is the America's favorite mountain playground! Welcoming 15 million visitors every year...more

Family Fun Attractions

Guinness World of Records
100s of astounding exhibits. You know the Guinness Book of World Records. Experience the feats, facts and records here!

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Gatlinburg Mountain Coaster
Single or double rider coaster cars take you on a 2-minute ride down the mountain. Fun, but a bit pricey at around $15.

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Top 5 Places to Eat

  • Smoky Mountain Shakes N Dawgs

    Home of the Moonshine Dawg, this highly recommended restaurant offers an assortment of hot dogs, including Red Hot Super Dawg and Smothered Bacon-N-Cheddar Dawg. Also  bratwursts, burgers, chicken tenders. But, the homemade shakes and Grandma's Strawberry Shortcake are what keeps 'em coming back!

    Smoky Mountain Shakes N Dawgs is the perfect place to grab a quick lunch at a reasonable price in an area where $40 plates are common.

  • Five Guys Burgers

    Launched in 1986 in Washington, DC Five Guys has a cult following. Handcrafted burgers and fries from this fast-growing franchise with more than 1,000 locations around the country. Offers made-to-order burgers, Kosher hot dogs, sandwiches and cholesterol-free fries.

    About $8 for their bacon cheeseburger, and $6 for the top hot dog. You can order online for pickup at the restaurant.

  • Cherokee Grill

    Popular steakhouse in an upscale mountain lodge atmosphere. Highly reviewed and rated restaurant serving steaks, fresh fish and seafood, rotisserie chicken, burgers, and sandwiches.

    Cherokee Grill offers gluten-free menu, children's menu, wines, and beers from their micro-brewery. Entrees range from $15 (chicken) to $30 (9 oz filet mignon).

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  • Bennetts BBQ

    Pork ribs, chicken, chopped pork and beef briskets basted in sauce. Slow smoked over hickory for 14 hours. Voted best bbq and best ribs in the county in 2013.

    Dinner menu includes Hickory Wings, Deep Fried Pickle Chiops, Trail Head Combo as starters, plenty of BBQ sandwiches, grilled burgers, steaks and ribs. Bennet's also does catering and reunions.

  • ALAMO Steakhouse

    Tender and delicious hand-cut and oak-fired steaks include Horseradish Crusted Filet and Peppercorn NY Strip. Also check out their Bourbon Salmon, Slow Roasted Bone-In Pork Loin, Cashew Chicken, SteakBurgers, and Orange-Brown Sugar Ribs as well as a selection of seafood.

    Alamo is also a 2015 Certificate of Excellence winner as voted by TripAdvisor viewers, and an Excellent rating by 584 travelers.


The best way to get around Gatlinburg is via the trolley.  From .50 cents to $2.00 you can come and go from 100+ locations throughout the city.


Glenstone Lodge

Situated in the heart of Gatlinburg, close to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Walking distance to popular attractions, distilleries, shops, restaurants.

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Gatlinburg Inn

Iconic Inn located on the parkway in downtown Gatlinburg. 70 newly renovated upper scale rooms. Porch with rocking chairs. Hot complimentary breakfast.

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There are a number of motels in Gatlinburg TN.  From about $40 per night. Choose from the well-known Motel 6 to the local Smokyland Motel and others.

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Typically called a "bed and breakfast", Inns make you feel like family. The Laurel Springs Lodge is a perfect example. Here is a complete list of Inns in Gatlinburg.

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Chalets are generally remote huts or cottages and not necessarily cabins. And, there are several in Gatlinburg. Alpine Chalets and Chalet Village are two.

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Cabin Rentals

Renting a cabin in Gatlinburg is probably the most popular way to experience the town and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, especially during winter.

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There are a number of webcams located throughout Gatlinburg.  Problem is... most are crappy or outdated.  Usually, your browser won't support the video stream. But, there is a webcam we like, and it can be found at the top of the Space Needle.  Take control the camera yourself! View the main drag, ski lift, resorts, and the Great Smokies.  Fun!

Arts & Crafts

When it comes to arts & crafts, there is no other place to be than Gatlinburg's Historic Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community.

Since its inception in 1938, the community has grown to a conglomerate of more than 100 artists and craftsmen spread around an 8-mile scenic loop of the town, is the country's largest collection of independent arts.

And a trip to this Community will be the perfect solution. Actually, it is not to be missed by anyone coming to Gatlinburg. It's free and fun. .

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History of Gatlinburg

In 1854, Radford Gatlin set up a post office in his general store, under the name Gatlinburg. During the 1880's logging became a booming business for Gatlinburg, thanks primarily to the newly invented band saw.

In 1934 the Great Smoky Mountains National Park became a reality. More than 40,000 visitors transcended the area in less than a year. And in 1936, a half million people visited the park. Gatlinburg has thrived since.

Learn more about the history of Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

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Pancake Pantry

Pancakes, omelets, waffles. Gourmet sandwiches, and garden salads. Highly regarded by our Facebook friends.

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Cabins USA

Cozy Gatlinburg cabin rentals. Private Lodging in the mountains. Log cabins, luxurious, affordable. Chalets. Vacation homes.

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The Peddler

Steakhouse revered for their hand-cut succulent steaks grilled over Tennessee hickory charcoal. Bring your wallet, though.

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Edgewater Hotel

In the middle of the fun. Indoor heated pool, private balconies, fireplaces. Not pet friendly, however.

Edgewater Hotel...


River Terrace

In downtown, by the river. Rooms with balcony. Convention center with sports bar. Meeting space and ballroom.

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Ober Gatlinburg

Skiing, snowboarding, and fun for the whole family on the mountain above Gatlinburg. Aerial tramway.

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