Cool to Do

What are some of the cool things to do in Wears Valley?

RV Parks in the Smokies

Despite the grand wealth of vacation accommodations in the Smokies, those who enjoy RV parks and the RV lifestyle might it somewhat more difficult to find information for the RV parks in the Smokies. Smoky Mountain Jeep Rentals in Wears Valley provides “RV Parks in the Smokies” where visitors can get concise, useful information on over 24 RV parks in Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Sevierville, Wears Valley and Townsend; including a list of amenities and a map pinpointing their locations.

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A Romantic Treasure

Now that you’ve chosen the Great Smoky Mountains as your romantic getaway destination, take the fun to the ‘next level’ with a romantic gift or gift basket from Romantic Treasure. We are here to enhance your getaway with romantic surprises, welcome baskets, and fun surprises for your family or significant other. Surprise that certain someone with complete romantic dinner set up. We deliver and set up the perfect items for a romantic dinner in.

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Upcoming Winterfest Kickoff Events

While Halloween and the peak colors of the mountains get closer in our month of October, we wanted to take a minute to look ahead at the next truly big event coming up in the Smokies – the Winterfest kick off! Most of you know that all three cities have a party within very short dates of each other, some years had them all on the same day. In this article, we’ll give you some beginning information on all three…

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Townsend Grains and Grits Festival

Are there ever enough festivals at the tail end of the year in Townsend, TN? What a silly thing to ask! When presented with the idea of jubilee in one of the most beautiful and enjoyable mountain towns at one of the best times of the year to be in THE best National Park and mountain America has to offer, when would enough ever be enough? Definitely not at the Townsend Grains and Grits Festival, that’s for sure! As their…

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Smoky Mountain Woodcarving Festival

Being in one of the great forests of the United States (and by extension, one of the great forests of the world) means that the element of wood is a major factor in our culture. For hundreds of years, we built everything out of wood – houses, food storage, beds, tools, furniture, transport via horse-drawn wagons, train tracks, boats, fishing rods – wood IS life in many literal ways in the Smokies and eventually it became art as well. We…

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