Gatlinburg Coronavirus

Covid-19 Information for Visitors to The Great Smoky Mountains

Gatlinburg Coronavirus

Coronavirus in Gatlinburg, TN

We have created this Gatlinburg Coronavirus (covid-19) page to answer questions for existing visitors and potential future visitors who may be traveling to the Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and the Sevier County area.   Please check back for daily Gatlinburg Coronavirus updates.

Update 04/02/2020 – Governor Lee implements Executive Order 22 closing non-essential businesses.  Restaurants are allowed to remain open for curbside service.  The Mayors of Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville are urging the area to shelter in place and increased practicing of social distancing.  The National Park is closed to visitors indefinitely, but will re-open when safe.  The Spur connecting Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge as well as Foothills Parkway which travels through the National Park will remain open.  Closures include roads, hiking trails, Park Service visitor centers, area rest rooms, camp grounds and shelters are closed.  Most attractions in the area are now temporarily closed including  Anakeesta, The Distilliries, Dollywood, Ober Gatlinburg, The Dixie Stampede, The Titanic Museum, The Aquarium, The Sky Bridge and the major Dinner Shows/Diner Theaters.  Grocery stores, Pharmacies and essential services are open.  Restaurants are closed, however, many area restaurants are offering curb side pick up service (some may have limited hours and limited menus).

Considering a vacation to the Gatlinburg area?

If you are worried about the risk of exposure in public spaces, we have created a 3 night – 2 day Gatlinburg getaway vacation itinerary designed to take advantage of the amazing hikes, views and activities in the area while avoiding potentially crowded public spaces.

Traveling with a group?  Check out our custom designed 5 night, 4 day Gatlinburg Vacation Itinerary that’s off the grid and avoids public spaces.


What are we doing to make your Gatlinburg Cabin Vacation more safe?

What are the Experts saying?

Elements of a trip to the Gatlinburg area that may reduce your risk of exposure to the coronavirus while on vacation:

What pro-active steps are we doing?

Do you have questions or concerns?  Please contact us if you do.  Thank you!

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