Celebrate mom this weekend with plenty of activities tio keep mom happy including a pancake breakfast where mom's eat free, crafts and much more!
You're invited! Join KOA for the annual Care Camps Big Weekend Friday, May 11 and Saturday, May 12. This year, campers staying at participating KOA Campgrounds as paying guests on Friday, May 11 are eligible to receive a $20 night of camping on Saturday, May 12. Funds raised from May 12 support the KOA Care Camps Trust which distributes more than $1 million dollars annually to support 94 medically-supervised summer camps for kids with cancer. Learn more at koacarecamps.org.Making your reservation is easy! Remember, your reservation must include a paid night on Friday, May 11 in order to receive a $20 night of camping Saturday, May 12. Campground activities will include a silent auction, live music and more!
Pamper mom a little on her special day with a free pancake breakfast for all mother's! All others $5. All proceeds go to KOA Care Camps!
You can stay as many nights before the 25th or after the 27th but you must include the 3 nights of the 25th, 26th, & 27th.
Help us celebrate the official start of summer with activities to include a cookout, outdoor movie, bicycle and golf cart parade and much more!
Join us to celebrate the 4th! We will have planned activities to include tie dye, cookout, bicycle and golf cart parade, train rides and much more!
Activities include site decoration contest, cookie decorating, crafts, snowball fight, reindeer shoes, bicycle and golf cart parade, peppermint smores, Christmas movie and much more!
Join the Southern Vintage Trailer Friends for Audrey's Jingle in July! This Christmas in July themed event features vintage trailers! Take a tour of all of the campers for $5! All proceeds benefit KOA Care Camps.
This is a 3 night minimum. You can stay as many days before the 31st or after the 2nd, but we require the days of the 31st, 1st and 2nd, 2018.
Annual Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament is open to adults or children – and equally challenging for both visitors and locals, with multiple categories to be contested in this largest trout tournament in the Smokies.
This 26.2 mile march starts in downtown Gatlinburg as a challenging tribute to our men and women in uniform, with military heavy, military light and civilian entry categories. The course includes highway and rural road stretches in addition to rugged terrain and mountain slopes.
Sample wines from Tennessee wineries along with small dish fare from some of the best restaurants in the Smoky Mountains.
Celebrate and enjoy the beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park with over 150 different programs, including hiking tours, motorcades, demonstrations and classroom lectures centered on flowers, plants and wildlife in the park.
Nature lovers, hikers, and outdoors enthusiasts unite for Wilderness Wildlife Week™ in Pigeon Forge! This event will take place May 9th through the 13th, and as always it is free and open to the public.Wilderness Wildlife Week has a variety of programs for all ages and different interests, ranging from programs specifically for the youngsters to guided hikes for the more adventurous folks. The programs will be offered from around 8:00 AM until around 7:30 PM daily.
Presented by Bush Brothers & Company. Gatlinburg celebrates its Appalachian culinary past with a festive, fun-filled Beans 'n Cornbread cook off, complete with foot stompin' mountain music, fun and games and of course lots of beans and cornbread. This festival is in downtown Gatlinburg and visitors can sample all the different recipes while supplies last.
An evening of fun, and fine art with artwork generously donated by regional and national artists, great wines and unique event packages.
First July 4th parade in the nation! Gatlinburg parade starts at the stroke of midnight to begin Independence Day. Floats, balloons and marching bands pay tribute to our country during this Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 Event.
Stars and stripes and everything bright, come celebrate America right! Join us in Pigeon Forge as we celebrate America's Independence Day with our annual Patriot Festival.
There will be plenty of food, fun and games for the entire family throughout the afternoon.
Patriot Festival activities are free. Don't forget to bring lawn chairs and blankets for seating. Unfortunately, umbrellas and coolers will not be allowed.
Come out to the 4th of July Patriot Festival in Pigeon Forge and celebrate America's birthday!
Visitors can enjoy a fun, unmanned, floatable object race for the whole family. Free registration begins at 10am at the bridge under the chair lift on River Rd. in Gatlinburg. Prizes will be awarded in several different categories.
Art, crafts and live music lovers will discover 200 booths featuring some of the nation's finest work. Artisans and crafts people are on hand to demonstrate their skills, answer questions and offer unique art for sale. Live country and bluegrass entertainment.
Come experience a rocking worship experience Dollywood-style as we Rock the Smokies during the theme park's newest Christian Music Festival, featuring Third Day and For King & Country. More artists will be announced soon! Dollywood is partnering with Premier Festivals to produce a powerful Christian rock experience in Dollywood's Celebrity Theater. The day-long celebration provides time for both thrill rides and a Christian Festival for one great price.