Music Road Resort Waterpark

There are plenty of great places to stay while you’re visiting the Great Smoky Mountains. Whether you decide to rest in Pigeon Force, Sevierville, or Gatlinburg, we’ve got choices to help guide you.

The Greystone Lodge—Located right next to Ripley’s Aquarium in downtown Gatlinburg, alongside the river. They are within minutes of all the family fun, shopping, food, the beauty of the Smokies, and only a short drive to Dollywood. If you want to be just off the beaten path, you also might like one the luxurious Greystone cottages to rent. The Greystone Lodge is also great for group events, family vacations, or weddings and honeymoons. Either way, you’re in good hands because they have been family-owned for over 50 years.

The Resort at Governor’s Crossing—A great choice for vacation, The Resorts offers fully-furnished condos located in Sevierville’s Governor’s Crossing, minutes from Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. They are within walking distance to local fun, dining, outlet shopping, entertainment, and attractions. You’ll also find there is a short driving distance to many popular attractions like Dollywood, Dollywood’s Splash Country, Dolly Parton’s Stampede Dinner & Show, and the Great Smoky Mountains. They have unsurpassed amenities with queen and king studios, one, two and three bedrooms. There is a climate-controlled indoor park and seasonal outdoor water park with five pools, two Jacuzzis, and much more!

Bearskin Lodge—How does this sound: staying on the banks of Little River and right at the entrance of the Great Smoky Mountains? You’ll be right in the middle of all the action of downtown Gatlinburg. What about a private balcony, gas fireplace, and of course a complimentary breakfast to get you powered up for your day? In the summer you can enjoy the outdoor pool, lazy river, and a hiking train outside the door. In winter you can take the Ober Gatlinburg’s Tram to the ski resort—it’s only a few steps away.

Quality Inn & Suites at Dollywood Lane—Located in Pigeon Forge near Dollywood, Gatlinburg, and the Smoky Mountains National Park, Quality Inn & Suites is also near lots of other family fun including WonderWorks and Titanic. Feeling a bit hungry? There are several nearby places to eat, like the Old Mill Square, Texas Roadhouse, Pizza Hut and Denny’s. Their rooms have all the stuff you need. Enjoy Wi-Fi, a microwave and refrigerator, iron and ironing board, coffee maker, and of course a hot breakfast buffet—all included. If you’re looking for cozy suite, how about a Jacuzzi and gas fireplace?

Smoky Mountain Resorts—A locally-owned leader in hospitality, giving you the choice of five Smoky Mountain Resorts in Pigeon Forge, including Mountain Skys Lodge, Creekstone Inn, Ramada, Country Cascades, and All Season Suites. They also can accommodate you in two different hotels/condos: the Governor’s Inn and the Resort at Governor’s Crossing. It’s great having a choice, because they offer you accommodations ranging from economical to luxurious. The other great choice they offer is bringing you a “one stop shop” for planning your vacation. They have partnered with all the favorite attractions and shows.

Find out more in the Resorts and Lodges section.


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About Andrew Parrott

Andrew Parrott is as close to the most interesting man in the world as you can get. As a resident of Tennessee, he knows his stuff when it comes to the Smoky Mountains! When not wrangling wild boars, he enjoys spending time with his family.

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