Gatlinburg TN Vacations
The original source of tourism for the area came from visitors to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park (over 9 million annually come to vacation). Bordered by the park to the east, north and south and by Pigeon Forge to the west, Gatlinburg is a natural base for discovering the Smokies.
Today Gatlinburg, Tennessee has a lot more than just a national park to offer visitors. The area has become a popular year-round vacation destination.
Check out our Lodging Guide for a vast selection of accommodations ranging from spacious cabins with spectacular views to luxurious chalet rentals and villas as well as conveniently located hotels. Visitors will discover hundreds of Gatlinburg cabins, chalets and condos, more than 95 hotels and motels, several bed and breakfasts as well as campgrounds and RV parks. You're sure to find the perfect accommodations for your Great Smoky Mountains vacation.
The area is home to a myriad of attractions and outdoor activities to delight the entire family. Take a look at our attractions guide for more info. Visitors flock to the area during late spring and all through the summer to enjoy outdoor activities including golf, white-water rafting, swimming, horseback riding, fishing, and much more. During the autumn months the area hosts visitors who come to enjoy the stunning display of color found throughout the Smokies. And last but not least, during the winter months skiers and snow boarders hit the slopes.