There’s a reason you see bears on just about everything in Gatlinburg. These Smoky Mountain dwellers are so much a part of the landscape Zeno the Gatlinburg Bear is actually the city’s mascot. When you visit White Oak Lodge and Resort, you’re bound to see at least a couple bears (even if they’re wooden statues). But […]
Gatlinburg is alive and well and what better way to celebrate life and rejuvenation than by partaking in the annual Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage. If your trip timing to White Oak Lodge and Resort allows, you could be “on trail” one or more days between April 11-15.
The only downside of a White Oak Lodge and Resort vacation is when it ends. You go back home, unpack and fall back into life as you know it, daydreaming about the next trip. Do you know when that will be? Maybe that should be your first priority.
Gatlinburg recently made TripAdvisor’s list of “Beautiful Little Mountain Towns across America.” If you’ve been there, you are SO not surprised right now. Neither are we. Readers of this blog have witnessed us singing the Smoky Mountains’ many praises.
We’ve given a lot of love and shout-outs to our beloved national parks, particularly in light of the National Park Service turning 100 last month. Let’s face it, The Great Smoky Mountain National Park might be the most popular park in the U.S. In 2015, the park welcomed 11 million visitors – nearly twice as […]