Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Gatlinburg Bush Brothers Beans and Cornbread Blast 2015

May14, 2015
This outdoor Beans n' Cornbread Festival in the streets of Gatlinburg that draws hundreds of visitors every year features a beans and cornbread cook off. Locals and visitors alike can enter their own recipe for a chance to win the honor of being the best chef of vittles in all the Smokies!

Registration and entry into the competition begins at 1 PM on May, 14th and costs $10 per team. The competition begins from 3 to 5 pm and winners being announced at 7:15.

 This street festival in Gatlinburg will also have plenty of rousing Smoky Mountain music, games, and of course, plenty of beans and cornbread. This festive event is sponsored by Tennessee's own Bush Brothers and makes an excellent opportunity to celebrate the traditional fare of East Tennessee and the Smoky Mountains.
Make plans now to come visit us and go to this delicious event! 
This festive event is sponsored by Tennessee's own Bush Brothers Company.

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Dolly's 2015 Homecoming Parade Pigeon Forge

May 1, 2015

The Annual Dolly Homecoming Parade 2015 kicks off Pigeon Forge Spring fest. Dolly Parton herself as grand marshal will be leading the celebration at 6:00 pm.
The Dolly Parade will begin on River Road near traffic light #7 and will travel north along the Parkway ending at the Belz Factory Outlet World at traffic light #3. All visitors who come to the parade will get a real taste of the entertainment that can be found all year in Pigeon Forge. Every year for the last 25 years Dolly has been holding her annual Homecoming Parade. 

This event puts Spring fest into full swing. The parade usually draws Dolly lovers and spectators from all over the world. It is fun and it is free, and you get to see Dolly herself. It is so much fun to see what parade float and outfit she will come up with next.

In 1986, Dolly Parton joined the Hershend brothers in owning Silver Dollar City. She also shared her name with the theme park and from the opening day in 1986 forward, it became known as the now famous Dollywood.

Now Tennessee’s most-visited tourist attraction, Dollywood ranks in the top fifty most attended theme parks in the world and has now doubled in size. Covering over 100 acres, with several new areas and many more attractions, this theme park draws over two million visitors per year to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee! Though Dollywood has expanded and changed ownership, it continues to offer family values and several old-fashioned time periods. Its friendly workers strive to help visitors create “Memories Worth Repeating”.
Make your plans now to attend this special event and you will find there is something for everyone in our beautiful Smoky Mountain vacation destination! 
We hope to see you soon! 

Sunday, March 22, 2015

Spring Rod Run Pigeon Forge 2015

April 17 & 18

If you have never visited during the special event that we have year after year then we have to tell you a little about it.
This is a very high traffic weekend and some people that are not expecting it could become frustrated due to the high volume of heavy traffic throughout town.

People from all over the world come to this special event to enjoy the beauty of the old model cars. Just about every make, model, and color of every muscle car made can be found at this Pigeon Forge car show. Vendors are also setup selling hard-to-find parts and accessories for classic hot rods as well.You can also win big prizes for entering your own muscle car in the event.

If you would like to participate and register your vehicle in the Pigeon Forge Spring Rod Run, you can visit the links below to get to the official website and entry form for this Pigeon Forge car show. However, if you just want to cruise your car into town and get in the mix without winning prizes and then head to town and get in the mix of things. Many people do this and you can even sale your muscle car by placing signs in their windshield, there are thousands of potential buyers walking by each day! If you are interested in entering your auto for this event click on the link below for details.
Entry form for 2015 Pigeon Forge Rod Run:
 If you love muscle cars then this is a perfect event for you! If it isn't your thing there is still plenty to do all around town. Although traffic will be busy Veterans boulevard  is still an easy road to get from point a to b without sitting in non moving traffic.

 If you are coming to relax then make your reservations with us and we will make sure you get plenty of rest & relaxation. Breakfast is always included and we offer a lunch basket for two and for dinner we offer a delicious dinner basket for two with your choice of steak, fish or chicken along with all the sides that also includes dessert so you never have to get in traffic.


Call us or visit our website today to make your reservations to attend this special event! We hope to see you very soon! 

Monday, March 16, 2015

Gatlinburg Wine, Dine & Art Crawl and Smoky Mountain Winefest

April 10 & 11
Explore the historic Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community on the evening of April 10 from 5:00 to 9:00pm as part of a private, guided tour of participating galleries. Meet the artists while sampling local wines and enjoying
hors d'oeuvre from local restaurants. This event is for those 21 years of age and older. 

 Then join us on April 11 from 1 to 6 p.m. at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts for the third annual Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain Wine Fest! More than 10 wineries from across Tennessee will offer samples of their best and most popular labels! The Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain Wine Fest will also feature food samplings along with educational talks regarding Wine Making, Pairing Wines with Foods, Cigar Appreciation, and more. This event is for those 21 years of age and older.

The Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain Wine Fest will be held at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts on Saturday April 11th from 1pm - 6pm.

Wineries for the event will be coming from all over Tennessee! Visitors age 21 and older will purchase a ticket to the festival for $20 and receive a wristband for sampling and a branded wine glass.  The wineries will provide wine samples of 1 oz at a time to everyone with a wristband. Guests will be able to purchase bottles of Tennessee wine to take home.

During the Wine Fest, there will be talks associated with wine making, wine pairing and more. A portion of proceeds will benefit the Gatlinburg Hospitality Association Scholarship Fund and Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts.

Participating Wineries include:
Apple Barn WineryBeans Creek Winery
Cades Cove Cellars
Eagle Springs Winery
Goodwater Vineyards
Grinder’s Switch Winery
Hillside Winery
Keg Springs Winery
Mountain Valley Winery
Paris Winery
Reedy Creek
Sugarland Cellars
Sumner Crest Winery
Tennessee Valley 

Please give us a call us or visit our website and reserve your stay with us for this special event! We hope to see you soon!