What to Do

The What to Do section of the Smoky Mountain Navigator Blog has information about attractions, dining, golf, shopping, tickets, and weddings in the Smokies.

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Top 4 Rainy Day Attractions in Gatlinburg

When you go on vacation, it would be ideal to have nothing but blue skies and perfect temperatures. However, we all know that is not always how it works. The good news is that when you visit the Smoky Mountains, there are plenty of fun things to do even when it rains. Here are the 4 best rainy day attractions in Gatlinburg: Continue reading

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5 Best Places to Golf in the Smoky Mountains

East Tennessee and the Smoky Mountains have some of the best environments for beautiful golf courses. The Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge area is home to some of the best golfing in the Smokies. With gorgeous backdrops of trees, rivers, and mountains, these courses are the perfect setting to enjoy 18 holes of golf. Here are the 5 best places to golf in the Smoky Mountains: Continue reading

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Top 6 Places for the Best Mini Golf in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg

With a huge variety of courses to choose from, Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains might just be the mini golf capital of the world! There are plenty of options for putt putt in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg! To help you avoid the courses that aren’t worth your time, Smoky Mountain Navigator has put together a list of the top 6 places for the best mini golf in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg: Continue reading

Top 5 Cades Cove Hiking Trails for Your Smoky Mountain Vacation

Top 6 Cades Cove Hiking Trails for Your Smoky Mountain Vacation

One of the best hiking spots in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is Cades Cove. Cades Cove is one of the beautiful meadows surrounded by the mountains. It is one of the most well known areas in the park. While driving the loop is a popular way to tour, Cades Cove hiking is one of the best ways to explore! Millions of visitors make their way to Cades Cove each year to experience the historical structures and see a different view of the Smoky Mountains. Continue reading