Winter in the Smokies is a magical time, and we want to share some of the absolute best ways to spend the season while here! Without further ado, let’s get going!
Ober Gatlinburg is a staple of the Smokies and it should definitely (in our opinion) make it into your trip itinerary! With skiing, indoor ice skating, a rock-climbing wall, bumper cars, and an aerial tramway offering incredible views, Ober Gatlinburg has something for everyone. Don’t miss out on this winter paradise while visiting the Smoky Mountains this year!
Pigeon Forge Snow
Does an indoor park featuring real snow and a hillside of tubing lanes sound like fun? If so, Pigeon Forge Snow is for you. This family-friendly adventure is the perfect way to enjoy the fun of snow tubing without braving the chilly outdoors. With temperatures in the ’60s-’70s, tons of tubing fun, and no cost for parents to watch, Pigeon Forge Snow is a comfortable, exciting, and affordable winter treat!
For the adrenaline junkie in your life, we have the ideal winter destination. Between its two locations (downtown Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge), Rowdy Bear offers guests a myriad of adventurous activities including an air coaster that lets riders glide at treetop level, a 500-foot long tubing hill that hits speeds up to 35 mph, and North America’s first laser gun hanging coaster. Don’t miss out on the fun!
Hiking in the park
Last but not least is the natural beauty of winter hikes in the Smokies. Whether you take the gorgeous drive over to Cades Cove and it’s many trails, or spend your time trekking the Hidden Mountain campus, the Smokies are filled with hiking opportunities for the entire family.
We sincerely hope you get to experience some of these incredible seasonal activities while staying in the Smoky Mountains this year. And, if you are still looking for a place to spend your winter getaway, give us a call or book online today!