Planning a vacation can be fun, but sometimes it’s more enjoyable to have someone else do the work for you. Thankfully, there are several locations in the Smoky Mountains that are happy to make planning a breeze for you, while also passing along great deals. Besides lodging and attraction combos, our list below showcases locations that offer more full-service stays with plenty of attraction offerings.

Cabins of the Smoky Mountains

Dixie Stampede Campfire

Cabins of the Smoky Mountains offers two packages that combine lodging with attractions. The first is their “Dollywood and Stampede” package. You’ll get two adult and two child tickets to both Dollywood and Dolly Parton’s Stampede, plus three nights in a two-bedroom log cabin. The second package dubbed “Family Fun” offers four nights in a log cabin, plus two adult and two child tickets to Dollywood, Stampede, and Ripley’s Combo (which we’ll get into later). Plus, you’ll get two adult and two child day passes for the NASCAR SpeedPark. Learn more about both packages on their site.

Reserve Gatlinburg

Dollywood Firechaser Express Roller Coaster

Choose from a bunch of deals and packages at Reserve Gatlinburg. The cool feature on this site is the ability to create your own custom package. With attractions like Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, Dollywood, Titanic, Circus Golf, Hollywood Star Cars Museum, and SpeedZone Fun Park, you’ll find a great deal and tons of options here! The site lets you view TripAdvisor ratings at a glance. Being able to filter by attraction, lodging type, or amenities makes finding exactly what you’re looking for quick and easy. They also have some preset vacation packages to pick from.

Ripley’s Combos

Ripley's Old MacDonald's Farm Mini-Golf

Ripley’s offers combo packs to its attractions that are good for one year from the date of purchase. The combos all come with the Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies as a base, with the option of adding 2–7 more attractions (Believe it or Not!, Haunted Adventure, Moving Theater, Mirror Maze, both Mini Golf locations, and the Guinness World Records Attraction).

RiverStone Resort & Spa

RiverStone Resort & Spa in Pigeon Forge - Lazy River

Located in Pigeon Forge, RiverStone Resort & Spa offers condo and cabin rentals. They have teamed up with local attractions to offer vacation packages with lodging included. If you’re looking for a getaway with your friends, a couple’s vacation, or a trip with family fun, they have a package to meet your needs. You can learn more from the brochure on this site.

Blackberry Farm

Blackberry Farm TN

Named one of Travel Channel’s top all-inclusive resorts, this beautiful 4,200-acre estate is secluded and luxurious. The food in their on-site restaurants is harvested directly from the property, so you will enjoy a real farm-to-table dining experience. Accommodations include dinner on the day of arrival through lunch on the day of departure (you may request a boxed lunch).

Blackberry Farm is very family-friendly. Children of all ages are welcome. They also offer supervised activities in their Camp Blackberry for kids 4+ and Adventure Camp for children 8+, which are included in the additional surcharge for children. During your stay, you can enjoy shooting sports, archery, cycling, carriage rides, hiking, paintball, paddleboarding, horseback riding, and a variety of other activities at additional fees. This is a great option if your goal on your Smoky Mountain vacation is to relax and enjoy the outdoors at your own pace. Learn more about Blackberry Farm.

If you want to plan your own Smoky Mountain vacation, you can do that right here on MobileBrochure! All you need to do is register, activate your account, and start adding brochures to your own vacation suitcase. You can have more than one suitcase if you want to split up activities over different days or trips.

Content on this page is subject to change. Please contact the locations mentioned to see if promotions, hours, pricing, etc. are still valid.

About April Sadowski

April Sadowski is a wife, mother of a toddler, and a travel junkie. She's a content author for the Smoky Mountain region and is always looking for the latest tip for making a vacation a memorable one.

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