All the beautiful fall colors of the leaves and the mountains makes this a really special time of year for both visiting families and our local businesses.
Sevierville, Tenn. (PRWEB) August 27, 2014
It’s no secret that fall in the Smoky Mountains is one of the most popular seasons in the area. Families from across the country travel to the mountains to see the colors of the leaves change.
This year, anticipating the increase in visitors, Visit My Smokies has released a guide for families to use of the best ways to experience fall in the Smoky Mountains.
“Fall is, by far, one of our favorite seasons in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park,” said a spokesperson for Visit My Smokies. “All the beautiful fall colors of the leaves and the mountains makes this a really special time of year for both visiting families and our local businesses.”
For Visit My Smokies, topping the list of ways to experience fall in the Smoky Mountains was hiking. According to the guide, fall hiking in the Smoky Mountains is one of the best ways guests can get up close to the fall leaves and feel as if they are part of the natural beauty of the area.
Some of the less traditional methods that Visit My Smokies suggests visitors try when visiting the Smoky Mountains is the exciting Gatlinburg white water adventure or the zip line at Pigeon Forge.
Both activities, according to Visit My Smokies, is a great way to combine a visitor’s love of the fall colors with a new sense of adventure.
Other suggestions that Visit My Smokies gives to travelers looking for ways to experience fall in the Smoky Mountains include taking a driving tour along Newfound Gap Road or Roaring Fork Motor Trail or seeing the colors form a whole new height atop Clingmans Dome.
For more vacation tips and information on the many fun things to do in the Smoky Mountains this fall, Visit My Smokies encourages vacationers to visit their blog at: http://www.visitmysmokies.com/blog/.
Established in 2009, Visit My Smokies is the premier Great Smoky Mountain destination lodging website. The program is owned by Sevier County, Tenn., and developed to build revenue, through the promotion of travel and tourism, in relation to Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville area lodging, attractions, dining and shopping. All offices are located at: 125 Court Ave., Suite 102 E, Sevierville, TN 37862.