Smoky Mountains

Gatlinburg Skybridge

Eyes to the Sky: 5 of the Best Views in Gatlinburg

If you’re headed for the Smoky Mountains, chances are you’ll watch to catch some spectacular views while you’re in the area! Thankfully, Gatlinburg has plenty of them! Whether you’re after stunning spring wildflowers, the orange and red hues of fall or snow-covered peaks in winter, you’re just minutes away from views you’ll hold onto forever. Let your worries wash away as you enjoy the serenity of the scenes in the Smokies! Here are 5 of the best views in Gatlinburg:

great smoky mountains winter

4 Fun Ways to Enjoy Winter in the Smokies

Bundle up and buckle up! Winter is one of the best times of the year in the Smokies, bringing with it majestic weather and exhilarating adventures! The Great Smoky Mountains transform into a personal playground blanketed with powdery snow and full of fun that you just have to experience for yourself. Whether you’re searching for winter thrills or simply champing at the bit to get into the Christmas spirit, you’ll find it here. To help you make the most of your winter visit, we’ve put together this list of 4 funs ways to enjoy winter in the Smokies:

The Sinks

5 of the Most Stunning Smoky Mountain Waterfalls

Go with the flow and visit a waterfall this trip to the Smoky Mountains! Among all the natural wonders inside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, waterfalls are some of the most awe-inspiring sights you can see. The Park Grill sits by the entrance of the national park, meaning you’re just a short trek away from some spectacular Smoky Mountain waterfalls. Here are 5 of the most stunning Smoky Mountain waterfalls:

National Park sign

4 Fun Things to Do in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The crown jewel of the Smokies is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The most-visited national park in the United States attracts millions of visitors each year thanks to its picturesque mountain views, spectacular wildlife and scenes pulled straight from a nature documentary on Netflix! Located just a short drive from The Park Grill, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park should be at the top of your shortlist of things to explore when you visit. Here are 4 fun things to do in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park:

Mount LeConte in the Smoky Mountains

Top 4 Reasons to Go Hiking in the Smoky Mountains

Did you know our Gatlinburg restaurant is located right on the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park? Because of our incredible location, it’s easy to stop by for lunch or dinner after your exciting day of exploring the park. There are so many wonderful things to do in the Smokies, including enjoying a wonderful hike! Here are the top 4 reasons why you should go hiking in the Smoky Mountains:

snow in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

4 Best Places to See Snow in the Smoky Mountains

Winter is just around the corner, and there is nothing more magical than seeing snow in the Smoky Mountains. While the weather is somewhat unpredictable, there are always a few places where you can go to increase your chances of seeing snow-covered mountaintops. Of course, you are more likely to see heavy snowfall in the upper elevations. Here are 4 of the best places to see snow in the Smoky Mountains:

fall landscape in the Smoky Mountains

4 Ways to Enjoy the Fall Foliage in the Smoky Mountains

Autumn is one of the most popular times to visit the Smokies. The main reason for this is that people are trying to catch a glimpse of the beautiful fall colors scattered throughout the trees. During autumn, the mountains are transformed into a beautiful scene of bright shades of yellow, orange, and red. While you can soak up the scenery from just about anywhere, there are some ways to enhance the view. Here are 4 ways to enjoy the fall foliage in the Smoky Mountains:

Laurel Falls

4 Hikes in the Smoky Mountains You Don’t Want to Miss

Our Gatlinburg restaurant is located right on the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which is home to over 800 miles of magnificent hiking trails. With so many hikes to choose from, it can be tricky to plan out your day of hiking, especially if it’s your first time. There are many different trails that feature all types of natural beauty, including wildflowers, waterfalls, and remnants of old civilizations. To narrow down your choices, here are 4 hikes in the Smoky Mountains you don’t want to miss: