Visit Sevierville, Tennessee
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Visit Sevierville, Tennessee

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Visit Sevierville, Tennessee

Fall is here and the crisp, cool air means it is my favorite time of year. Fall In the Smoky Mountains means that the beautiful changing of the leaves and the amazing colors can be viewed with the mountains in the background.

Did you know that the Smoky Mountains are the most visited national park in the country, are free to enter and enjoy, and have more than 800 miles of maintained hiking trails?

Visit Sevierville, TennesseeHave you visited Sevierville, TN? Not only is Sevierville Dolly Parton's hometown, the town also offers some amazing outdoor adventures and unparalleled dining experiences. Sevierville even makes the perfect place for girlfriend getaways or a quick romantic weekend getaway.


Sevierville, founded in 1795, is located in the beautiful valley of the Forks of the Little Pigeon River and is the eighth oldest town in Tennessee. Sevierville is named for John Sevier, the first governor of Tennessee and is located between Asheville, North Carolina, and Knoxville, Tennessee, on Interstate 40 on the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains.


There are over 19,000 residents in Sevierville and over 3,000 lodging units including campsites. Attractions range from museums featuring muscle cars and warbird aircraft to NASCAR themed go-kart tracks, underground cave tours, petting zoos and even interactive mini-golf courses. There are activities and family fun for all ages.


Located in the heart of the best outlet, antique and craft shopping in the country, Sevierville is a shopper's paradise with shopping/outlets for everyone. From designer clothes and outlet stores to mountain crafts and flea markets, shoppers find a variety of treasures in Sevierville. Find discount coupons and so much more.

We were in Sevierville earlier this year and found some amazing shopping opportunities. We found presents for family members and all sorts of items that we would not be able to find anywhere else.


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  1. Meagan

    This sounds like an awesome place to visit. I bet the family would love a trip to Sevierville.

  2. Sevierville is a great place. It’s really popular in the south, but I’m actually surprised it hasn’t made more of a name for itself further north. It’s gorgeous there.

  3. Catherine Sargent

    We went about 15 years ago and had a wonderful time. My husband wanted to go just to visit Smokey Mountain Knife Works. I would love to go again and see what is new.

  4. We were there 3 years ago in the summer and it was beautiful. I can’t even imagine how stunning it would be in the fall!

  5. That sounds like an awesome place to go to! I’d love to experience some more R&R! I’m doing my research and check if the kids would love to visit! Thanks for the recommendation!

  6. I’ve never been here before. It sounds like a great place for the family to go to especially since there’s plenty to explore. I’m pretty sure my boys will love the Nascar themed go karts!

  7. adriana

    It sounds amazing there! I’ve never been to Tennessee, other than driving through it, and I definitely want to get there. Sounds like so much fun is to be had!

  8. Kristi

    My parents were just near there and recommended we check it out for a family trip. They said it was gorgeous and offered a great variety of things to do.

  9. Thanks for sharing this info! We are planning to go there soon. This really helps a lot!

  10. Rose

    I’ve been to Franklin. We drive through a couple times a year, so maybe we’ll be able to stop in Sevierville at some point.

  11. Brianne

    I’ve only been to Tennessee once but I’d love to go again. This is great info!¬†

  12. Dogvills

    If we would have any opportunity to travel this Fall, we’d choose Tennessee. I’ve never been there and it just promises a lot of nice activities and restaurants with delicious food.

  13. Annemarie LeBlanc

    Sevierville looks like a wonderful destination for the family. The views are fantastic, it gives the kids more time to reel in the beauty of the place. I love the photo of the sunset. That is truly fantastic!

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