The fall season is a special time for visitors and residents of Sevier County, and this fall is no exception. With the changing of the leaves, there are many great activities currently underway and ongoing that brings in people from hundreds of miles away in our area. This week’s blog features at least three of the major fall festivals currently going on as we speak, and help to create a wonderful time of year here in the Great Smoky Mountains.
One festival currently going right here in Gatlinburg is the 38th Annual Fall Craftsmen’s Fair, which last until this Sunday, October 27th, at the Gatlinburg Convention Center in downtown Gatlinburg. Each day of the fair is from 10 AM-6 PM, except for Sundays, when it will run from 10AM- 5 PM. This fair is held twice a year, in the summer and the fall seasons, and attracts lots of visitors and artists to the Gatlinburg area. For more information, please visit http://www.craftsmenfair.com/fall-fair.php or http://www.gatlinburg.com/events/details.aspx?id=10.
Another festival taking place right now at Ober Gatlinburg is the annual Oktoberfest celebration, which actually started on September 27th and goes through until November 3rd at Ober Gatlinburg resort. People wanting to go can take the 120-passenger Aerial Tramway from downtown Gatlinburg to Ober Gatlinburg, and also see the Wildlife Encounter at Ober Gatlinburg, including the Municipal Black Bear Habitat and Birds of Prey exhibits, among other attractions. For more information on this festival, as well as information about Ober Gatlinburg itself, please go to http://www.gatlinburg.com/events/details.aspx?id=80, or to http://www.obergatlinburg.com/event/86/.
At Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, the National Southern Gospel and Harvest Celebration is currently underway, starting on October 2nd, and lasting until November 2nd, at Dollywood. This celebration brings lots of singers and groups to the area, and is set amidst the backdrop of the world-famous Dollywood. All concerts are included with Dollywood admission. For more information on this festival being held at Dollywood, as well as Dollywood itself, please go to http://www.dollywood.com/themepark/festivals/National-Southern-Gospel-Harvest-Celebration.aspx.
These are just a few of the festivals and activities being held in the Great Smoky Mountains region right now. With the recently re-opened National Park, as well as numerous other venues and events throughout Sevier County, fall is a very active time for our area, bringing people from all over to see the greatness and uniqueness of the Smokies.
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