Wednesday, March 30, 2016


Hotels in the Smokies

Red Buds, Rhododendrons in Pigeon ForgeDogwoods and wildflowers near GatlinburgThere is always something going on in the Tennessee Smoky Mountains, but the end of March and the first part of April is an excellent time to visit the Smokies. There are activities going on throughout the area - which we will mention below - but overall visitation and traffic are down and established businesses throughout the area are re-opening and new businesses are preparing for the season.

Smoky Mountain Trout FestivalEvents at Leconte and Sevierville Events CentersSpringfest is still happening throughout the area and local businesses are sprucing up with fresh flowers mulched flowerbeds, and the dogwoods and red buds are in flower. The whites and reds show up refreshingly brights against the new sprigs of grass pushing up through the ground. There are events at the LeConte Center and Sevierville Events Center, a Trout Tournament in Gatlinburg and Dollywood's Festival of Nations continues for the next two weeks. But other than that, this is a quiet time in the Smokies.

Cabin rentals in the SmokiesAuntie Belham's Cabin RentalsSo why not look into a cabin from Auntie Belham's Cabin Rentals in Gatlinburg, or choose from hundreds of accommodations choices offered in the Smoky Mountains. You can choose mountainside locations or get a place downtown for convenience. Some accommodations offer fireplaces, Jacuzzis, hot tubs, theater seating, plasma TVs, game rooms and more! And you can win a stay at Auntie Belham's Cabin Rentals by entering the Smoky Mountain Lodging Facebook Contest. Go to and "Like" the Auntie Belham's Contest Picture. You can Share and Comment if you want.

Springfest in the Tennessee Smoky Mountains
For more information on accommodations in the Great Smoky Mountains you can go to and find hotel, motel, cabin, condo and chalet information and deals in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and the surrounding area.

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