When visiting the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, there are three cities that are always specifically mentioned in Sevier County: Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge–and Sevierville.
Although not as talked about as nearby Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, Sevierville is considered the gateway of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the most visited park in the U.S. and has a ton of fun and interesting attractions for tourists to enjoy.
With a population of only 81,000 residents in the town of Sevierville, it still hosts its share of the 10 million visitors to the Smoky Mountain region every year.
The main attraction that draws tourist to the area are the cabins and other unique cozy accommodations, for instance at Mountain Air Cabin Rentals. Whether you want to experience the mountains, woods or water scenery, secluded edges, the arts & crafts community of Gatlinburg or the attractions of Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, there’s something for you, says their blog.
Here is a list of five unique attractions, just in Sevierville, for you to consider when you visit.
#1. Sky High Air Tours
Take the opportunity of a lifetime and fly in a historic aircraft. After taking the sky in their open cockpit biplane you will enjoy breathtaking views and fantastic photo opportunities. Sky High air tours of Sevierville is an excellent place to spend the day with the whole family.
2. Ripley’s Old MacDonald Farm Mini-Golf
Take a mini vacation enjoying olden days themed putt putt golf course. There are two courses to choose from and it’s likely that whichever one you choose your going to experience Davy Crockett. This attraction has received the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. Perfect for a day trip
3. Rainforest Adventures Zoo
With hundreds of tropical animals, reptiles, birds, amphibians and insects, everyone will enjoy a trip to Rainforest Adventures. The park is open 365 days a year.
4. Adrenaline Park
If you’re in the mood for a heart stopping excitement take a day trip to Adrenaline Park. Soar on the zip lines or walk 75 feet out above the French Broad River on the sky Bridge.
After consider heading over to the snack bar for refreshments and tour the gift shop.
5. The Forbidden Caverns
If you’re in the mood to go underground beneath The Great Smoky Mountains you will love the Forbidden Caverns.
With the most caves out of all the states in the country surely visiting the caverns needs to be on your list. Enjoy fun and educational tours of the underground caves at the Forbidden Caverns. Perfect for a mini vacation day.
Although flying over the mountains in airplanes and crawling through the caves beneath the ground are some of the top things to do in this curious town this list is just the beginning of things to do.
Of course, if you’re visiting the Smokies, you’ll want to visit all three cities in Sevier County, including Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge–and of course Sevierville, says the blog at Mountain Air Cabin Rentals.