Smoky Mountain Unique Animal Attraction

Smoky Mountain Road (Courtesy of pfly on
Smoky Mountain Road (Courtesy of pfly on

A unique and touching Smoky Mountain attraction located just off Highway 411 in Sevier County is the Smoky Mountain Deer Farm and Exotic Petting Zoo. 

In 1985, this Smoky Mountain Unique Attraction was opened by Greg & Lynn Hoisington as a home to animals from around the world. 

Every year this Smoky Mountain animal attraction which is home to 300 animals brings up to 60,000 visitors to the deer farm. The RainForest Adventures and the Australian outback exhibit, which are just down the road from the deer farm, house everything from porcupines to pythons and red kangaroos. 

A fun place to visit for the whole family, this Smoky Mountain unique animal attraction will provide fun pictures and memories for years to come. 

For more information on other unique Smoky Mountain attractions or real estate in the Smoky Mountain region, please contact Jason White, a local Smoky Mountain real estate agent.

Smoky Mountain Attractions, Part 2

17th Annual Townsend Spring Festival
17th Annual Townsend Spring Festival

An upcoming Smoky Mountain attraction that will attract Smoky Mountain homeowners and tourists alike is the 17th Annual Townsend Spring Festival. 

This celebration of bluegrass music, arts & crafts, BBQ, Appalachian skills, and the Great Smoky National Park springtime will be held May 1-2. 

Throughout the weekend Smoky Mountain residents and tourists can look forward to garden tours, clogging demonstrations, nature hikes, concerts, great food, art, and of course, lots of community fun. 

These types of festivals are just part of the Smoky Mountain attractions that bring tourists and residents together. 

For other information on Smoky Mountain real estate and the Smoky Mountain lifestyle, please contact Smoky Mountain real estate agent, Jason White.