THIS SUMMER, THE VACATION IS ON IN DOLLY PARTON’S HOMETOWN: SEVIERVILLE, TN
No more waiting, postponing or being too busy – this year the vacation is on and the Smoky Mountains are ready to welcome you. Read on to learn why.
Sevierville’s great attractions offer something for every member of the family! Visit one of America’s finest small zoos, Rainforest Adventures, race around at NASCAR SpeedPark go kart track and watch history take flight at the Tennessee Museum of Aviation. Sports fans will love going to a baseball game at Tennessee Smokies Stadium, where The Tennessee Smokies are the AA affiliates of the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs or playing a round or two at the all-new Sevierville Golf Club.
Great Smoky Mountains
America’s most visited national park, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, is less than 12 miles from Sevierville and is free to enter and enjoy. Encompassing an 800-square mile stretch of deciduous forest, visitors to the park can view early settlements and homesteads and enjoy hiking, fishing, picnics, and more.
There are more than 100 high end name brand outlets like Coach, Michael Kors and Lenox at Tanger Outlet Center Sevierville. Add to that a huge selection of specialty boutiques, flea markets and antique malls and you realize – Sevierville is one awesome city for shopping! Explore the 88,000 square foot Smoky Mountain Knifeworks, featuring cutlery, kitchen gadgets and relics – you can even buy ancient fossils there. Then shop your way through more unusual outlets – everything from Russell Stover’s chocolate outlets to Beef Jerky outlets are found in Sevierville!
While in Sevierville, be sure and see all things Dolly. Sevierville is Dolly Parton’s hometown and many visitors stop for a photo with the singer’s bronze statue in downtown Sevierville before making the five minute trip to her nearby Dollywood theme park, Dollywood. This year, be sure and stop at the Sevierville Visitor Center as well to see 30: Celebrating Dolly in Bronze, an exhibit about the Dolly Parton statue, the sculptor who created it and the icon it represents. The exhibit is free to enjoy and is open daily, 9-5.
Sevierville hosts great events year-round. This summer, sip on a hand-dipped milkshake and catch a classic car cruise in at The DINER. Enjoy an all-American baseball game with the Tennessee Smokies or an outdoor movie under the stars in downtown Sevierville. Summers are made for family fun and Sevierville’s events provide the perfect venue for great summer memories.
More and more people are discovering that Sevierville is the place to stay in the Smoky Mountains area. With a convenient location, exciting attractions and plenty of new lodging options, staying in Sevierville is more convenient than ever.
With natural beauty all around, plenty of outlet shopping and more family fun than you can pack into a week – there’s no reason to wait. This year, the vacation is on.