Celebrate the 4th of July in Gatlinburg! Gatlinburg kicks off America’s Independence Day with the nation’s first parade 12am on Monday, July 4, 2015.
With whitewater rafting in Tennessee choose to go on a kid-friendly adventure or a more thrilling adventure that includes Class III & IV rapids.
Hen Wallow Falls is a pleasant hike through hemlock and rhododendron forests leading to a 90-foot waterfall. This hike is considered moderate in difficulty.
If you want to experience a true mountain escape, reserve a stay at The Lodge at Buckberry Creek.
View our waterfall hikes in the Great Smoky Mountains guide and see why over 200,000 visitors each year hike these well-worn trails.
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