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Great Smoky Mountains

Did you know that Tennessee has elk? There is a healthy population in a hilly area of the Cumberland Plateau! A small grassland in Campbell County called Hatfield Knob is a great place to go to see the elk and photograph them. If you can’t make it to Campbell County, don’t worry — you can see the elk from the new Elk Cam in Hatfield Knob! Here’s all you need to know about Hatfield Knob and the new Elk Cam:

Winter is coming! Which also means it is time for Smoky Mountain Winterfest. This winter festival is one of the longest running festivals in the Smokies. It lasts for four months giving visitors from early November to late February a chance to see the town draped in Christmas lights and decorations. You can enjoy the festival’s lights, watch a jolly Christmas show, and shop for Christmas gifts while you’re here for the festival. Seeing the dazzling lights display is just one of the many reasons you can’t miss Smoky Mountain Winterfest this holiday season.

When you stay at our cabin rentals in Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge, you will be minutes away from one of America’s most treasured destinations: the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This area in East Tennessee is full of so much history and interesting information, so we want to share some Great Smoky Mountains facts with you! To help you prepare for your vacation, Auntie Belham’s Cabin Rentals has put together 6 facts about the Great Smoky Mountains that everyone should know:

There is a total of 150 official Smoky Mountains hiking trails, each of which offers their own set of challenges and natural beauty. However, there are a few hiking trails in the national park we think you and your family or group should experience in your lifetime. Although none of the trails on our list are considered to be easy hikes, they do present you with some of the most stunning mountain views, unique geology, and incredible opportunities to create memories with your loved ones.

For parents, there is nothing quite as exciting as sharing all of your favorite Smoky Mountain memories with your children. This includes taking them on your favorite hiking trails, eating at your favorite restaurants and visiting your favorite attractions.

Now that it is time for the holiday season, you and your family may find yourselves looking for the best ways to explore all of the beautiful Smoky Mountain Christmas lights. Not only are these lights the best way to get you and your loved ones in the holiday spirit, but it is also a unique way to start creating long-lasting Christmas memories.