Spring Means Festivals, New Things To Do In Gatlinburg, Tennessee according to Cabin Fever Vacation Rentals

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Gatlinburg, Tenn., ushers in spring April 5, 2013, with the Smoky Mountain Tunes & Tales Festival, featuring local musicians, artists and storytellers through August 10, 2013. The festival will provide an authentic Appalachian experience and set the pace for the seasonal opening of local attractions, events and accommodations including Spring Fest, Dollywood’s Festival of Nations and Country Tonite’s newest show, Gatlinburg cabin rentals and other new and fun things to do in Gatlinburg, Tenn.

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The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, Pigeon Forge TN.

New fun things to do in Gatlinburg and the surrounding area for the 2013 travel season include the grand opening of the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel.

Beginning April 5, 2013, Gatlinburg, Tenn., ushers in spring with the Smoky Mountain Tunes & Tales festival, setting the pace for the grand reopening of local and seasonal activities including the new Children of Titanic museum exhibit, Dollywood’s Festival of Nations, Country Tonite’s newest show opening, Spring Fest and other Gatlinburg attractions.

In addition to the reopening of area shows and attractions, the Great Smoky Mountain Park will come alive with options for spring activities and accommodations close to nature, including cabin rentals in Gatlinburg, Tenn., and Pigeon Forge cabin rentals, all in close proximity to hiking and horseback riding in the Smokies, motor and bicycle touring in Cades Cove, and whitewater rafting on the Little River.

According to visitmysmokies.com, the small community of Gatlinburg is only two miles long by five miles wide and, surrounded by the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, has transformed over time into a mountain resort destination. Gatlinburg cabin rentals are nestled throughout the hills and provide privacy in close proximity to things to do in Gatlinburg.

Cabins in Gatlinburg, Tenn. and cabins in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., allow guests to stay close to town and enjoy all the seasonal festivals, activities and shows while still enjoying the natural beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Guests can enjoy upcoming activities including the Music Festival at Dixie Stampede, the Spring Truckload & Tent Sale, the Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament, the Gatlinburg Gateway Triathalon, the Spring Rod Run, the Smoky Mountain Music Festival and many more events throughout the month of April.

Scott Rice, Vice President and General Manager at Cabin Fever Vacations says spring is one of the best times to visit Gatlinburg.

“It’s just such an exciting time. The festivals are starting, the attractions are opening back up and there are new shows, restaurants and attractions each season. There just isn’t a better place to visit this time of year. And you can stay in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains in a cabin in Gatlinburg and have your privacy while still being near to all the fun things to do in Gatlinburg.”

New fun things to do in Gatlinburg and the surrounding area for the 2013 travel season include the grand opening of the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel.

With more than 200 economy to luxury rental cabin units, Cabin Fever Vacations is an industry leader in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg Cabin Rentals and a proud member of both the Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce and the Tennessee Hotel & Lodging Association. As active committee chairs to the Pigeon Forge Lodging Association, Cabin Fever Vacations provides some of the largest cabin rentals in the Smokies, with offices located at 2519 Sand Pike Blvd., Pigeon Forge, Tenn. Call (865) 908 - 1919, visit cabinfevervacations.com or visit Cabin Fever Rentals offices from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Saturday or from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday, for additional information.

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