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Save Time and Money by Riding the Gatlinburg Trolley

Probably the best way to get around Gatlinburg is by Trolley.  The town operates the fifth largest mass transit system in Tennessee.  Starting in 1980 with just six vehicles, the  system has expanded to nearly two dozen trolleys. It covers about 50 miles of the area.  And, it's in operation every day of the year!

Next time you're at one of the Gatlinburg Welcome Centers, get your copy of the trolley map.  You can park and ride from there, as many times as you want for just $2 per day (not including tan and pink).  You can also get a trolley map at most of the hotels (especially those featuring a stop), and the city hall.

The trolleys are handicap-accessible as the transit systems is funded by the FTA, city of Gatlinburg, and the DOT.

There are seven routes entailing a total of 100+ stops in Gatlinburg.  Just look for the Trolley street sign. Each is color coded in the following ways...

Red - Downtown River Road

Green - Downtown Parkway, operates from May till November

Yellow - Arts & Crafts Community, operates from April till December

Brown - Great Smoky Mountains National Park, operates from June till October

Pink - Dollywood

Blue - East Parkway & City Hall

Purple - North Gatlinburg Parkway and Welcome Center

Prices range from .50 cents to $2 for a single passenger on the above.

There is also a Winter Magic trolley ride of lights that operates from November through December, three times nightly, and Saturday nights in January.

Hours of Operation

March through April: 10:30 a.m. - 10 p.m.

May through October: 8:30 a.m. - 12 midnight

November through February: Sunday through Thursday 10:30 a.m. - 6 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays 10:30 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Gatlinburg Mass Transit
88 River Road
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
TEL: 865-436-3897
TDD: 800-848-0298
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Cabins

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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Hotels

There are thousands of hotel and motel 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.

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Restaurants

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.

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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...

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From Ripley's museums, a mountain coaster, and hillbilly golf to Ober Gatlinburg, the space needle, and zip lines. Gatlinburg has it all! If playing is your thing, you won't be disappointed. So, grab your family, grab your plastic, and get ready to have some fun, fun, fun!

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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.

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