Wikipedia describes Greatness as a concept heavily dependent on a person's perspective and biases. In describing the Great Smoky Mountains we are biased. Where else can one decide to explore the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, the most popular and visited of all our national parks? Be it hiking on some of the over 800 miles of trails, viewing the many forms of wildlife, spending some quiet time exploring the wilderness at the Smokies, or just being amazed by the many views, there is something for the whole family.
Nature and the great outdoors a little laid back for your taste, then how about a trip to Dollywood to take in the many shows, great food, crafts and rides. And when we say rides, Dollywood, has some of the country’s thrilling and fastest rollercoasters including Wild Eagle and the new Lightning Rod. Maybe racing go-carts at NASCAR Speedpark is more your speed, or whitewater rafting, a round of golf, or some horseback riding. How about a live show & dinner at the Dixie Stampede or a shopping trip to Tanger outlets and some of the many specialty shops offered by the three gateway cities of Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg that spark your interest. Wait, we have more, lets not forget Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, Wonderworks, Rainforest Adventures, plus many other theatres and restaurants here in the Smokies. Some adults might enjoy checking out the Rocky Top Wine Trail and sampling many of the areas award winning wines.
What better place for a couple to take their wedding vows than a wedding chapel with great mountain views or one of the beautiful sunrises or sunsets.
After a full day of excitement and fun exploring the Smokies you can relax and enjoy the many different pools, Jacuzzis and sauna The Resort has to offer or just relax on your private balcony and enjoy the mountain air. In the peace and quiet of your condominium one can enjoy a late movie on your DVD player or a sporting event via the cable TV. After a night of restful sleep you and the family will be ready to experience what new surprises the Smokies has to offer.
Yes we are biased about the Great Smoky Mountains.