You’re getting hitched, and Gatlinburg is the perfect place to celebrate your special day! If you’re trying to plan a Gatlinburg bachelorette party, let us show you where to start with some fun bachelorette party ideas.

Get the Lodging in Order

Diamond Mountain Cabin Rentals offers some of the most impeccable Gatlinburg cabins for you and the ladies during your bachelorette party. Most rentals offer spectacular mountain views, which are essential on your trip to the Great Smoky Mountains. You’ll have a blast in cozy cabins with plenty of luxurious amenities including hot tubs, fully equipped kitchens, pool tables and much more. You might be so inclined to come back on your honeymoon. Wouldn’t that be magical?

diamond mountain cabin in the smoky mountains

Plan to Pamper

There’s nothing quite like a day at the Gatlinburg spa, and About You Salon & Day Spa is one of the perfect places to pamper during your bachelorette party. You and your girls will have a relaxing day of personalized facials, rejuvenating massages, and sweet extras like aromatherapy and a fancy foot soak. This is also the perfect place to set up your bridal hair and makeup for the most important day of your life! Know you’re in good hands when you visit the highly qualified professionals at About You Salon & Day Spa.

about you salon and day spa hot stone massage

Girls Gotta Eat!

Gatlinburg restaurants offer some of the most delicious traditional southern fares in the southeast! If you and your girls are looking for an extravagant night off, visit Alamo Steakhouse for a perfectly cooked cut of steak. With additional exquisite options like fresh salmon, hearty salads and tasty baked potatoes, you will never forget this Alamo. Another great Gatlinburg restaurant option for a bachelorette party is the Melting Pot, an artful experience focused on the dinner style of fondue. Indulge in the ultimate desserts here, such as creamy chocolate fondue with various dipping snacks (strawberries, marshmallows, cookies, oh my!). We know you’re all wondering, and yes, there is chocolate peanut butter fondue, as well!

fondue at melting pot gatlinburg

Get the Party Started

For some, a bachelorette party is nothing without adult beverages. Clink those glasses and get the party started at Sugarlands Distilling Company and enjoy the age-old craft of making moonshine. Americans rated this sweet spot number one on TripAdvisor’s “Things to Do in Gatlinburg” list, and we can’t say we disagree. We recommend the Blended Cocktails Tour to get the bachelorette party pumping! If moonshine isn’t your thing, there are other great places to grab some great adult beverages including Puckers Sports Grill and Hogg’s Upstairs Taverne. If you’re in the mood for dancing and live music, then head to Blake Shelton’s new restaurant, Ole Red

bachelorette party moonshine tasting

Beautiful Scenery

For the outdoorsy brides-to-be, there’s no better place to soak up the natural beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains (they don’t call them “Great” for nothing!). If you find yourself yearning for some time in nature after months of wedding planning, then look no further than the hiking trails of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Celebrate your bachelorette party by glamping it up with the girls with Under Canvas, equipped with luxury camping amenities, or keep it simple with a picnic in the mountains with your favorite ladies and the gorgeous mountainscape. 

great smoky mountains national park

We love seeing brides-to-be, newlyweds, and families living it up in Gatlinburg! Make sure to tag us in your bachelorette party photos on Facebook and Instagram – @mobilebrochure. Happy celebrating!

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About Nicole Miller

Nicole Miller is a native Tennessean who currently resides in Asheville, North Carolina. She loves spending time in the great outdoors, such as camping, hiking, and mountain biking. She also enjoys exploring all that the Smoky Mountains have to offer.

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