Tag Archives: national park

Gatlinburg Ghostwalk

Gatlinburg Ghostwalk Gatlinburg  If you are looking for a bit of excitement or thrill while in Gatlinburg look no further, the Appalachian Ghost Walk's Haunted History, Gatlinburg Ghostwalk has you covered! This trek through all the "history, mystery, and Smoky Mountain Adventure" you can handle here in Gatlinburg will take you back in time to the…
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Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery  

Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery Gatlinburg Get ready to explore up close and personal America’s most visited distillery, the Ole Smoky Mountain Moonshine Distillery. More tenderly known as The Holler, this signature historic Tennessee distillery gives an insight on a true moonshine experience, the Gatlinburg original distillery producing all of Ole Smokey’s signature flavors. Before you…
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Big Daddy’s Pizzeria

[caption id="attachment_17188" align="alignright" width="400"] Credit: Big Daddy's Pizzeria[/caption] Big Daddy’s Pizzeria Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg There’s no doubt you’ve worked up an appetite by now with all that hiking and exploring, so head back to town and experience some of the best pizza in the state from Big Daddy’s Pizzeria. This highly popular local chain specializes…
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Great Smoky Mountain National Park

Great Smoky Mountain National Park Gatlinburg [caption id="attachment_25566" align="alignright" width="425"] Great Smoky Mountain National Park[/caption] The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is the most visited national park in all of America, and for good reason too! This gorgeous and mountainous park straddles the borders of North Carolina and Tennessee, a sprawling landscape filled with lush forests,…
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AST’s Guide to Yellowstone National Park

[caption id="attachment_38537" align="alignright" width="425"] Yellowstone National Park Pixabay Public Domain[/caption] Established as the first-ever American national park, Yellowstone is a haven of natural beauty, a wonderland of geological science, and a refuge for endangered and threatened animals. The park straddles the states of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, covering roughly 3,500 square miles. As one of…
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