Great Smoky Mountain Vacations

Welcome to Great Smoky Mountain Vacations!

June 28th, 2012

GSM-VacationsExperience the Smokies in one of our many cabins located in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Wears Valley and rent direct from the owner! We offer anything from a secluded honeymoon chalet to a mountain lodge that will accommodate up to 14 people.  A gorgeous mountain view from the deck to enjoy morning coffee or relax in the hot tub after a long day of hiking or shopping!  Relax by a crackling fire in the fireplace. Many of our cabins have enjoyed bear sightings too.

The Smoky Mountain area offers  fun for all ages with go-carting, in-door laser tag, and video gaming arcades for the kids; and hundreds of shops offering quilts, antiques, and a wide range of local shops with arts, crafts, and collectibles that make the days long and the stories even better. When evening falls, there are numerous options for entertainment from musicals, to magic, to shindigs and down home country fun.

Ober Gatlinburg Ski Lodge, Dollywood, Dolly’s Splash Country, Ripeley’s Aquarium and the Great Smoky Mountain National Park are just a few of the main attractions in the Smoky Mountain area.

Golfing: Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, the beauty and challenge of the Smoky Mountain golf courses will make you want to play golf here all year round.

GSM-VacationsGreat Smoky Mountain National Park:  Ridges of endless forest straddling the border between Tennessee and North Carolina comprise Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the largest national park east of the Mississippi. The park encompasses over one-half million acres of panoramic views, uninterrupted forest and pristine mountain streams, and provides an important link to the history of the Southern Appalachian area.

Fishing: Great Smoky Mountains National Park contains about 2,115 miles of streams, including one of the last wild trout habitats in the eastern United States. The park allows fishing year round, from 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset. Most streams are legal for fishing. Detailed fishing maps are available at visitor centers and ranger stations

Hiking: Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers over 850 miles of hiking trails, including 70 miles of the Appalachian Trail which runs along the park’s top ridge. The trails range from easy to difficult and provide everything from half hour walks to backpacking trips requiring several days.

Rebecca Helton


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