Savor the Smokey Mountain Region at Pine Mountain RV Park

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February 1, 2013

Nestled in Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains in Pigeon Forge, Pine Mountain RV Park by the Creek gives guests lots of incentives for prolonging their stay. Visitors can spend a day at nearby Dollywood, where entertainment, thrilling rides and tasty food entice kids of all ages. Check out the Dixie Stampede, a local attraction that stages singing, dancing and rodeo stunts while guests dine on rotisserie chicken and barbecued pork loin. Or motor over to Great Smokey Mountain National Park, where scenic vistas and natural wonders abound.

Set off Highway 441 in east Tennessee, just 35 miles from Knoxville, the family-friendly park immerses guests in comfort when they’re not exploring the surrounding area. Boasting 61 full-hookup spaces with up to 50-amp power, each space has a concrete pad and picnic table. Guests can relax in front of the TV and enjoy free cable or surf the Internet via the free Wi-Fi. Some of the sites sit near the bank of Mill Creek, whose gentle running waters add to the soothing country ambience.

A splash pool helps guests keep cool, while tiled bathroom and shower facilities along with laundry room provide convenience. Visitors can also amble over to the adjacent Mainstay Hotel, which has both indoor and outdoor pools and a lazy river, a loop-shaped pool with a constant current that swimmers can ride. Guests can hop the nearby Pigeon Forge Trolley stop for a ride to Dollywood and other local attractions.

While exploring the surrounding area, make sure to visit Sevierville, where high-end outlet stores, boutiques, antique stores and fine restaurants welcome visitors seeking to experience the local area’s flavor. It’s also a great launching pad for hunters, anglers, hikers, and rafting and canoeing enthusiasts eager to explore the surrounding wilderness.

Another popular destination is Gatlinburg, a gateway to Great Smokey Mountains National Park and home to several popular tourism destinations. Known for its charming, quaint buildings and dramatic mountain backdrop, Gatlinburg was named one of America’s Prettiest Towns by Forbes.

After exploring, guests can enjoy the relaxed environs of Pine Mountain RV Park, open all year for visitors seeking the best of the Smokey Mountain region. Check with the park’s staff for information about purchasing tickets to nearby attractions.


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