Events

Smoky Mountains in January

January Events in the Smoky Mountains (2024)

A list of upcoming events in the Smoky Mountains for January January is a peaceful time to visit the Smoky Mountains and the surrounding areas of Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville in Tennessee. After the New Year and Christmas, many of the crowds have dissipated. Yet visitors can still enjoy a winter wonderland since the Smoky Mountain Winterfest celebration officially

Smoky Mountains in November

November Events in the Smoky Mountains (2024)

A list of upcoming events in the Smoky Mountains for November November is an amazing time to visit the Smoky Mountains and the surrounding area. It’s the best time to visit if you want a front-row seat to the fall-winter transformation. Fall leaves tend to reach peak color during the first week of the month. A comfortable chill sets in around

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September Events in the Smoky Mountains (2024)

A list of upcoming events in the Smoky Mountains for September September is a great time to visit the Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee. Crowds from the summer months are nearly gone now that the kids are back in school. Plus, it’s still warm enough to enjoy the great outdoors. But it’s cool enough to be comfortable. In and around

march events in the smoky mountains

March Events in the Smoky Mountains (2024)

A list of upcoming events in the Smoky Mountains for March In March, we leave behind those cold winter months and begin seeing signs of springtime. Wildflowers begin to bloom and leaves slowly return to the once-barren trees. Wildlife such as elk and black bears become more active. Dollywood reopens after its seasonal closure in January and February. Other attractions

Smoky Mountains in May

May Events in the Smoky Mountains (2024)

A list of upcoming events in the Smoky Mountains for May May is one of our favorite months in the Smokies. The month marks the start of summer with (mostly) sunny weather. And it lacks the intense crowds that we tend to see in June, July and August – and sometimes even into late September. And of course, May also

Smoky Mountains in February

February Events in the Smoky Mountains (2024)

A list of upcoming events in the Smoky Mountains for February February is a peaceful time to visit the Smoky Mountains. Romance is in the air. Holiday crowds are long gone. And spring break crowds have yet to arrive. It can also be a great time for a romantic getaway with your sweetheart. Our recommendation, if you’re visiting with your

Smoky Mountains in April

April Events in the Smoky Mountains (2024)

A list of upcoming events in the Smoky Mountains for April April is a beautiful month here in the Smokies. In April, visitors will start to see signs of springtime with blooming rhododendrons, budding trees, roaming wildlife and spectacular sunrises. We also get to celebrate Easter and the many holiday-related activities that come along with it like area Easter egg

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July Events in the Smoky Mountains (2024)

A list of upcoming events in the Smoky Mountains for July Ready to explore the Smoky Mountains in July? The Cades Cove Loop and the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail are two of the area’s most visited scenic drives. These can be great options during the summer months when an air-conditioned view of the mountains is preferred by many. They

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June Events in the Smoky Mountains (2024)

A list of upcoming events in the Smoky Mountains for June There are so many fun things to do in the Smoky Mountains in June, including summertime activities like hiking, kayaking, zip-lining, whitewater rafting and tubing. Also, popular area outdoor attractions like Dollywood, Soaky Mountain and Anakeesta are back to their regular schedules. If you’re looking for things to do

August Events in the Smoky Mountains (2024)

A list of upcoming events in the Smoky Mountains for August August is a transitional month in the Smokies. For the better part of the month, crowds are plentiful and the sun is scorching. But towards the end, crowds begin to thin just slightly as kids return to school, and the heat becomes (ever so slightly) less harsh. There are