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State Parks in Gatlinburg, TN
1.Sugarlands Visitor Ctr
1420 Old Cartertown Rd
We love this dr I got trail! You can also take a hayride. There are several places to stop you car and explore... Or enjoy the views from your car! You WILL see wildlife!!!
1420 Little River Rd
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Get some exercise and walk the path up to Clingman's Dome. If you are lucky it will be a clear day up top and the view is fantastic. Path is pretty easy to navigate for most ages.
3.North Gatlinburg Park
151 N Park Ln
4.Parks & Grounds Maintenance
634 Asbury Ln
5.Herbert Holt Park
811 E Parkway
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1230 E Parkway
156 Proffitt Rd
8.Great Smoky Mountains National Park
107 Park Headquarters Rd
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The BEST ...Cherokee genes drew me to my numa's of the Oconaluftee Tribe! Took me back to where I first met her! Absolutely indescribable beauty\serenity & sense of Belonging to the Smokey's! My passed dad"s final request...to go Home Again...some to be fulfilled! Thank you
107 Park Headquarters Rd
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A scenic valley filled with remnants of the old American pioneers.
10.United States Government - National Park Service, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Park Headquarters
1420 Little River Rd
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11.Riverbend Camp Ground
2479 Riverbend Loop
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Riverbend Campground is located just 1/2 mile off the parkway in Pigeon Forge, TN. Conventially located to shopping malls, fine restaurants, and in walking distance to some of the area's popular Music Shows!
12.Outdoor Gravity Park
203 Sugar Hollow Rd
The Outdoor Gravity Park is home to the iconic New Zealand adventure, zorbing. Don't miss out on the opportunity to go zorbing where you slip, slide, get wet, no tumbling. You can fly 6000 miles to New Zealand, or you could just come to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The OGO (giant ball) is 11 feet high, 11 feet fat, and bouncy and sits perched at the top of a 1,000-foot hill. In a moment, you will go rolling towards the bottom, slip & sliding, no tumbling - but only after a couple of things happen. First, one to three people dive into the sphere's belly. Then, some of the park's attendants toss ten gallons of water into this signature attraction, and finally close the door. The water makes for a slippery ride, though one without tumbling -- your fast and adrenaline-packed descent down our 1000 foot hill is more akin to a bouncy water slide or a rolling Jacuzzi. Bring your swimsuit and towel and come join us as we are open rain or shine. We offer a dry option as well called DRYGO but only in the fall, winter, early spring. The passengers stay dry as they slip and slide without any tumbling in their own little universe as the smaller sphere spins inside the middle sphere. Come join in the fun as the park is open rain or shine and all year. Visit our website to find out more about all the ways you can experience the OGO!
13.Wear Farm City Park
623 Wears Valley Rd
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14.King's Holly Haven RV Park
647 Wears Valley Rd
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15.Sevierville Parks & Recreation
200 Gary Wade Blvd
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Sevierville Parks & Recreation is governed by the City of Sevierville, Tenn. The department manages the Sevierville community, civic centers and numerous city parks. It provides landscaping facilities throughout the city and maintains the city's winter fest lights and additionally offers general building maintenance for various cities. Sevierville Parks & Recreation also offers various recreation programs and services for youngsters. The department also has various clubs, including permanent plaque and tree clubs. It has a civic center for wedding receptions parties, business training, meetings and seminars.
16.Sevierville Park Maintenance
1005 Park Rd
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17.Sevierville Park Pool
1005 Park Rd
18.National Park Service
8440 State Highway 73
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19.National and State Park Concessions
10035 Campground Dr
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20.Facility Management Dept
10050 Campground Dr
138 W End Ave
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We are a local couple that have opened our own Bicycle Shop in Farragut, TN. Kelly's passion in life is bicycles! He has worked in shops and been a cyclist for over 25years. Kelly and I believe in providing a personalized experience for each of our customers. Opening a store has been a long journey for us and we are so very excited to have found the perfect location and hope that you will visit us for your cycling needs! We look to bring a unique and exciting perspective to the Knoxville biking community. Our shop will be a place to shop for your cycling needs as well as to meet for rides and enjoy the biking lifestyle. We look forward to seeing you, - Kelly and Tanya Hamm
22.Clinton/Knoxville North KOAServing the Gatlinburg, TN area
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The convenience of I-75 is just beyond your campsite, but you'd hardly know it at this peaceful campground in eastern Tennessee. Even the biggest rigs can set up camp here with ease, thanks to easy-on, easy-off access and large, level pull thru sites. Rustic cabins and tent sites welcome you too. Enjoy the spacious swimming pool, 12x12-foot wading pool for toddlers, exercise room, volleyball and horseshoes. Your pets will enjoy our new large (2400 sq ft) Kamp K9! A full kitchen and covered pavilion are great for group events, with picnic tables seating up to 80. Learn about the area's history and culture at the Museum of Appalachia, a mile away, or the Manhattan Project in nearby Oak Ridge. The pristine beauty of Norris Lake and the renowned trout-fishing waters of the Clinch River are 5 minutes down the road. Nearby, the Knoxville area offers a wealth of sights and activities. Beyond the metro area lie the vast woodlands and scenic wonders of the Great Smoky Mountains and and attractions such as Dollywood and Gatlinburg.
23.Parrot Mountain & Gardens
1471 Mccarter Hollow Rd
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BEST STOP EVER! Let me start by saying how nice and helpful ALL the staff were. This place was super clean, didn't smell like birds, and had gorgeous gardens everywhere. Most of the path is shaded with all kinds of gorgeous flowers and plants. The birds were so cute! My 4 year old got to hold a lot of them and feed them. Our family of 11 had an AMAZING time. We will definitely return everytime we're in the area. Thank you for the wonderful experience and memories.
24.Pigeon Forge Community Center
170 Community Center Dr
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25.Cowboy Tubin Inc.
8351 State Highway 73
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View natures breathtaking scenery, while floating the headwaters of the Little River. $9 ALL DAY TUBIN' FUN! Children Under 12 Life Jackets Required. Class 2 Rapids All Day Tubes Clean Restrooms Changing Areas Free Life Jackets All Day Shuttles Quality Service Picnic Tables Free Parking Friendly Helpful Staff No Experience Necessy
26.Smoker Holler RV Resort Office
4119 Wears Valley Rd
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