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Gatlinburg is an Outdoor Adventurer's paradise! With hiking trails, fishing rivers, mountaintop villages and more! Come explore Gatlinburg today and find your next adventure in the Great Smoky Mountains! 

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Hiking in Gatlinburg

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park spans over 500,000 acres and offers over 800 miles of hiking trails. We encourage all of our guests to enjoy the stunning natural beauty, scenic mountain views and rushing mountain waterfalls that make this area one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Below is a list of some of our favorite hiking trails in the Smokies. We hope that you enjoy your time with us in the 

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Fishing in Gatlinburg

The Great Smoky Mountains is home to one of the last wild trout habitats in the eastern United States. With over 2,115 miles of streams in its boundaries, the park offers a variety of angling experiences from remote, headwater trout streams to large, coolwater smallmouth bass streams. For a map of all park water as well as other information, stop by a visitor center and pick up your free copy. The volunteers in either center will be happy to point out ideal streams to fit your interests!

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Anakeesta Village 

Anakeesta is a 70-acre outdoor family adventure park. Guests of all ages will enjoy scenic views, tree canopy bridges, ziplines, dining, shopping and so much more!

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The Village Shops

One of Gatlinburg’s most popular shopping destinations is The Village Shops. Modeled after a quaint European town, The Village perfectly blends old-world charm and character with amazing shopping opportunities. The Village is a collection of 27 unique shops and eateries adorned by thick roofing slates, heavy carved doors, antique trim molding, gas lighting fixtures and handmake bricks.