Gatlinburg, Tennessee, is Beautiful as Ever – Come for a Visit!

Despite what you might have heard following the wildfires last year and this past week, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, is more beautiful than ever. Spring has sprung and there’s no better way to get up close to Gatlinburg’s natural beauty than staying in one of our rustic-modern cabins or condos.

White Oak Lodge and Resort fortunately did not sustain any damage from the wildfires. The resort is open for business and vibrant as ever. Now that the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is open for the season, we encourage you to come for a visit. You’ll find natural beauty is everywhere.

Just look at this shot of the Goshen Prong Trail, taken a few weeks ago.

Ready to Hit the Town?

The shops, restaurants and attractions in downtown Gatlinburg are open and bustling with activity. The Gatlinburg Convention and Visitor Bureau captured this lively downtown scene during Earth Day in late April.

Looking for adventure?

Have the Smoky Mountain adventure of a lifetime at Anakeesta Adventure Park, opening June 30, 2017. Anakeesta is a major adventure attraction, and they chose Gatlinburg as their home due to the area’s energetic communities and immense natural beauty. Gatlinburg’s newest family-friendly attraction features more 70 acres of mountainside adventure, including a mountain coaster, dual-racing zip lines, tree-top canopy walks, scenic overlooks, shopping and dining. Learn more at Anakeesta.com.

Mountain bike course, designed by locally-based CLIMB Works. Photo courtesy of Anakeesta Adventure Park.

As you can see, Gatlinburg is as vibrant and amazing as ever! The only thing missing from this mountain town is you. Rest assured, White Oak Lodge and Resort and the town of Gatlinburg are open for business and beautiful as ever.

Keep up with what’s happening by following us on Facebook, on our blog, and find a schedule of trail openings at Recreation.gov.

Have you visited Gatlinburg lately? Tell us about it below or, even better, show off your experience on our Facebook page!

Photos courtesy of the Gatlinburg Convention and Visitors Bureau.