November 5 through January 31, 2008 – Come join the fun with a guided trolley ride of Gatlinburgs spectacular Winter Magic┬áChirsmats┬álighting displays and Christmas decorations. The trolleys depart from Mass Transit/Trolley Center at Ripleys Aquarium Plaza. Tours will be leaving nightly at 6:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m. beginning November
Starting at noon on Halloween in downtown Gatlinburg the Trick or Treat Carnival will feature a pumpkin contest, games,┬ácostumed characters and plenty of Candy.┬á End the evening with a hayride┬ástarting┬áfrom the┬áAquarium or┬átrick or treating down the Gatlinburg strip, a downtown Gatlinburg tradition.
Elk Springs Resort is only 8 minutes to downtown Gatlinburg and 2 minutes to
This Fall the Craftmen’s Fair returns to the Great Smoky Mountains.┬á From October 9th to the 26th, over 200 artisans and craftspeople will be hosting their wares at the Gatlinburg Convention Center.┬á The event will also feature several live country and bluegrass shows.
We’re starting to see some of the leaves changing color.┬á It’s still too
If you have the itch for high school football while in Gatlinburg, the Gatlinburg Pittman Highlanders return from a 10-1 season in 2007. Located about 3 minutes from Elk Springs Resort, Hammonds stadium is tucked into the mountains and admission is $3 for adults. Home games are at 7:30 and you can always find a
For the month of September enjoy an old fashioned wagon ride through downtown Gatlinburg.┬á From 5 to 9 pm Sunday through Thursday with rides every 45 minutes departing from the Mountain Mall at traffic light #6.
All proceeds to support the United Way.