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Gatlinburg, Smoky Mountains Attractions

Gatlinburg Attractions Gatlinburg Outdoor Activities
CAMP THUNDER FUN CENTER
542 Parkway
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 430-8680
www.smokymountainfun.com
Go-Karts on an indoor oval slick track. Enjoy eighteen challenging holes of indoor Miniature Golf & two action-packed Motion Simulator movies.
It's rain-or-shine fun for families and groups! Drive at speeds up to 25 miles per hour in nascar-style, gasoline powered Go-Karts on an indoor oval slick track. Want to play a round? Enjoy eighteen challenging holes of indoor Miniature Golf, themed around the national park. "Ride the Rock" on two action-packed Motion Simulator movies. Best value is the Vacation Pass - play all three activities, then return another day to play them again for free! Located on the downtown Parkway across from Hard Rock Cafe and Ripley's Aquarium. Open daily at 10 a.m. www.smokymountainfun.com
OLD GATLINBURG GOLF & GAMES
716 Parkway
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 430-4653
www.smokymountainfun.com
NEW THIS YEAR! An amazing, glow-in-the-dark, indoor Black Light Mini Golf course. It's THE newest thing in mini golf.
Gatlinburg's largest miniature golf attraction, is proud to present - NEW THIS YEAR! An amazing, glow-in-the-dark, indoor Black Light Mini Golf course. It's THE newest thing in mini golf. Out of the darkness, dolphins, octopus, sharks, mermaids, and a sunken pirate ship radiate fantastic colors as you putt your way through this "Under Seas" adventure with day-glow putters and fluorescent balls. Don't miss it! You can also still find two award-winning, story-telling, 18 hole outdoor courses, located on a beautifully landscaped hillside, offering the most challenging and tricky mini golf course holes anywhere. These 3 amazing indoor & outdoor courses guarantee fun no matter what the weather. Located in the Center of Gatlinburg at Reagan Terrace Mall, adjacent to Fort Fun. www.smokymountainfun.com
RIPLEY'S MOVING THEATER
904 Parkway
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 436-9763
www.ripleysmovingtheater.com
See two 4D movies on our giant screen. Bump, dip, and turn with seats that move in eight different directions and experience the 6 channel digital surround sound.
Feel the rain, the wind, and the snow when you visit the Ripley's Moving Theater! See two 4D movies on our giant screen. Bump, dip, and turn with seats that move in eight different directions and experience the 6 channel digital surround sound. Cutting edge simulator technology will make you truly feel as if you are part of the show! Both movies included in one low price. We're open 365 days a year. Located at traffic light #8 on the Parkway underneath the giant dinosaur. www.ripleys.com/movingtheatre
HILLBILLY GOLF
340 Parkway
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 436-7470 Ride the incline 300 feet above the city. World's most unusual miniature golf. Two 18-hole courses with challenging mountaineer hazards.
RIPLEY'S MARVELOUS MIRROR MAZE
800 Parkway
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 430-1834
Find your way out of Ripley's Marvelous Mirror Maze? Over 100 mirrors. Enjoy hundreds of your favorite candies at Ripley's Candy Factory.
GHOST HAUNTS TOURS
414 Historic Nature Trail
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 277-7309
Search the shadowy streets and alleys, hearing the stories of the strange and unexplained. Be sure to bring your cameras! 90 minute tour.
CAMP THUNDER FUN CENTER
542 Parkway
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 430-8680
www.smokymountainfun.com
Go-Karts on an indoor oval slick track. Enjoy eighteen challenging holes of indoor Miniature Golf & two action-packed Motion Simulator movies.
It's rain-or-shine fun for families and groups! Drive at speeds up to 25 miles per hour in nascar-style, gasoline powered Go-Karts on an indoor oval slick track. Want to play a round? Enjoy eighteen challenging holes of indoor Miniature Golf, themed around the national park. "Ride the Rock" on two action-packed Motion Simulator movies. Best value is the Vacation Pass - play all three activities, then return another day to play them again for free! Located on the downtown Parkway across from Hard Rock Cafe and Ripley's Aquarium. Open daily at 10 a.m. www.smokymountainfun.com
AMAZING MIRROR MAZE
919 Parkway
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
865-436-4415
The Hottest Attraction on the Parkway! Don't miss the Gatlinburg's Largest Mirror Maze featuring a spectacular 15 minute light and sound show!
GHOST HAUNTS TOURS
414 Historic Nature Trail
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 277-7309
Search the shadowy streets and alleys, hearing the stories of the strange and unexplained. Be sure to bring your cameras! 90 minute tour.
Birdwatching
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a premier location for a wide array of birds - and for people who enjoy watching them. The crest of the Smokies towers nearly a mile above the foothills, creating a range in elevations and a variety of topographies that provide a diversity of habitats and microclimates for birds.

From the high, exposed peaks, to the warmer, sheltered lowlands, some 240 species of birds have been found in the park. Sixty species are year-round residents. Nearly 120 species breed in the park, including 52 species from the neo-tropics. Many other species use the park as an important stopover and foraging area during their semiannual migration.

Changes in elevation affect the types of vegetation that grow in the mountains and determine where many birds can be found. Some species are found only in distinct habitats at certain elevations, while others may range over several habitats.
Birdwatching
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a premier location for a wide array of birds - and for people who enjoy watching them. The crest of the Smokies towers nearly a mile above the foothills, creating a range in elevations and a variety of topographies that provide a diversity of habitats and microclimates for birds.

From the high, exposed peaks, to the warmer, sheltered lowlands, some 240 species of birds have been found in the park. Sixty species are year-round residents. Nearly 120 species breed in the park, including 52 species from the neo-tropics. Many other species use the park as an important stopover and foraging area during their semiannual migration.

Changes in elevation affect the types of vegetation that grow in the mountains and determine where many birds can be found. Some species are found only in distinct habitats at certain elevations, while others may range over several habitats.
Bicycling
The Cades Cove loop in the national park isn't just for cars. Seeing this historic community on bicycle is one of the best ways to get in touch with the Smoky Mountains. If your transportation allows, you can even bring along a picnic lunch for the trip.
Birdwatching
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a premier location for a wide array of birds - and for people who enjoy watching them. The crest of the Smokies towers nearly a mile above the foothills, creating a range in elevations and a variety of topographies that provide a diversity of habitats and microclimates for birds.

From the high, exposed peaks, to the warmer, sheltered lowlands, some 240 species of birds have been found in the park. Sixty species are year-round residents. Nearly 120 species breed in the park, including 52 species from the neo-tropics. Many other species use the park as an important stopover and foraging area during their semiannual migration.

Changes in elevation affect the types of vegetation that grow in the mountains and determine where many birds can be found. Some species are found only in distinct habitats at certain elevations, while others may range over several habitats.
Camping
We have three local campgrounds in Gatlinburg to choose from. They have many amenities such as electricity, water, cable TV, hot showers, pools, and much more. The national park also has several campgrounds, including Cosby and Elkmont, where you can pitch a tent and rough it for a few days in the wilderness. Some campgrounds accept reservations, but most are accessible on a first come, first served basis.
Birdwatching
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a premier location for a wide array of birds - and for people who enjoy watching them. The crest of the Smokies towers nearly a mile above the foothills, creating a range in elevations and a variety of topographies that provide a diversity of habitats and microclimates for birds.

From the high, exposed peaks, to the warmer, sheltered lowlands, some 240 species of birds have been found in the park. Sixty species are year-round residents. Nearly 120 species breed in the park, including 52 species from the neo-tropics. Many other species use the park as an important stopover and foraging area during their semiannual migration.

Changes in elevation affect the types of vegetation that grow in the mountains and determine where many birds can be found. Some species are found only in distinct habitats at certain elevations, while others may range over several habitats.
Whitewater Rafting
There's nothing quite as exhilarating as a ride on an untamed river. There are many outfitters that conduct guided trips down the Big Pigeon and other regional rivers.
Birdwatching
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a premier location for a wide array of birds - and for people who enjoy watching them. The crest of the Smokies towers nearly a mile above the foothills, creating a range in elevations and a variety of topographies that provide a diversity of habitats and microclimates for birds.

From the high, exposed peaks, to the warmer, sheltered lowlands, some 240 species of birds have been found in the park. Sixty species are year-round residents. Nearly 120 species breed in the park, including 52 species from the neo-tropics. Many other species use the park as an important stopover and foraging area during their semiannual migration.

Changes in elevation affect the types of vegetation that grow in the mountains and determine where many birds can be found. Some species are found only in distinct habitats at certain elevations, while others may range over several habitats.
Birdwatching
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a premier location for a wide array of birds - and for people who enjoy watching them. The crest of the Smokies towers nearly a mile above the foothills, creating a range in elevations and a variety of topographies that provide a diversity of habitats and microclimates for birds.

From the high, exposed peaks, to the warmer, sheltered lowlands, some 240 species of birds have been found in the park. Sixty species are year-round residents. Nearly 120 species breed in the park, including 52 species from the neo-tropics. Many other species use the park as an important stopover and foraging area during their semiannual migration.

Changes in elevation affect the types of vegetation that grow in the mountains and determine where many birds can be found. Some species are found only in distinct habitats at certain elevations, while others may range over several habitats.

Smoky Mountain Activities Arts & Crafts in Gatlinburg
Unique Features
The Smoky Mountains National Park's wide recognition as a unique sanctuary is well deserved when one considers just a few of its features:
Cultural History
The Smoky Mountains also have a rich cultural history. Cherokee Indians moved into the Smoky Mountain area about 1,000 years ago, and permanent white settlement began around 1800. Most families depended on farming for their livelihood. Life for many of these families changed with the coming of commercial logging operations around 1900 that stripped trees from three-quarters of what is now park land. Established in 1934, Smoky Mountain National Park was created from more than 6,000 tracts of private and commercial land that were bought with money raised by public and private donations.
Biosphere Reserve
The Smoky Mountain National Park is designated as an International Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations. The international system contains 324 reserves in 82 countries with the primary objectives of conserving genetic diversity and coordinating environmental education, research, and monitoring. The park is also a unit of the Southern Appalachian Man and Biosphere Reserve cluster. This membership enhances Smokey Mountain National park's commitment to cooperative efforts in environmental education, research, resource management, and public involvement. The park's designation as a World Heritage Site and a State Natural Heritage Area by Tennessee and North Carolina reinforces the value of its natural and cultural resources.
Ecosystems
Because of the elevation and orientation of the Great Smoky Mountains, there is a wide variety of plant and animal communities. In a small distance, changes in altitude, temperature, and moisture create entirely different ecosystems.
Monitoring
To better manage its unique flora and fauna, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, in cooperation with The Nature Conservancy, became the first national park in the country to set up a Natural Heritage Data Center. The Natural Heritage Program gives the park the ability to inventory and monitor its rare plants, animals, and ecosystems.
Trees
The Smoky Mountains National Park has more tree species than northern Europe and contains one of the largest blocks of virgin temperate deciduous forest in North America. Almost 95% of the Smokey Mountain's National Park is forested, and about 25% of that area has not been disturbed. Some trees attain record size in the Smoky Mountains and are over 20 feet in circumference.
Ecosystems
Because of the elevation and orientation of the Great Smoky Mountains, there is a wide variety of plant and animal communities. In a small distance, changes in altitude, temperature, and moisture create entirely different ecosystems.
Monitoring
To better manage its unique flora and fauna, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, in cooperation with The Nature Conservancy, became the first national park in the country to set up a Natural Heritage Data Center. The Natural Heritage Program gives the park the ability to inventory and monitor its rare plants, animals, and ecosystems.
Unique Features
The Smoky Mountains National Park's wide recognition as a unique sanctuary is well deserved when one considers just a few of its features:
GREAT SMOKY ARTS & CRAFTS COMMUNITY
805 Glades Road
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 436-4315
www.gatlinburgcrafts.com
Visit the 8-mile loop of shops, studios, and galleries. Purchase handmade memories of your visit to the Smokies.
TREASURES IN EARTHERN VESSELS
815 Glades Road
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 430-3387
www.dhowardpottery.com
David Howard's handmade pottery is traditional, functional stoneware. He features dinnerware and bakeware, as well as artistic pieces.
OGLES BROOM SHOP
680 Glades Road Suite 5
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 430-4402
Toll Free: 877-430-4402
http://oglebrooms.tripod.com
Glades at Powdermill Road. Brooms, canes, hiking sticks with or without carved faces. All sizes available. Custom carving available. Retail/Wholesale. We ship. David & Tammie Ogle.
GATLINBURG CERAMICS
805 Glades Road
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 436-4315
Handcrafted originals by Judy Bailey since 1973. Reproductions of antique oil & electric lamps, pitchers & bowls.
OTTO PRESKE--ARTIST IN WOOD
535 Buckhorn Road
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 436-5339
Handcarving & Sculpture featuring handcarved fireplace mantels. Special order one of a kind items. Since 1976. Arts and Crafts Community.
GATLINBURG CERAMICS
805 Glades Road
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 436-4315
Handcrafted originals by Judy Bailey since 1973. Reproductions of antique oil & electric lamps, pitchers & bowls.
OGLES BROOM SHOP
680 Glades Road Suite 5
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 430-4402
Toll Free: 877-430-4402
http://oglebrooms.tripod.com
Glades at Powdermill Road. Brooms, canes, hiking sticks with or without carved faces. All sizes available. Custom carving available. Retail/Wholesale. We ship. David & Tammie Ogle.
ALEWINE POTTERY
623 Glades Road, #10
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 430-7828
www.Alewinepottery.net Handmade functional pottery with strong emphasis on color and leaf impressions from the Gatlinburg area.
SMOKY MOUNTAIN SPINNERY
466 Brookside Village Way
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 436-9080
Unique spinning and weaving shop. Freshly shorn and processed fleeces. Exotic fibers & Equipment. Finished products, antiques, and gifts.

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