Friday, February 25, 2011

SPRING BREAK IN MARCH (Gatlinburg, Tennessee)

 March is an eventful time to come to the Smoky Mountains.  Not only does the Great Smoky Mountains National Park start to blossom, but many people get to enjoy Spring Break.  Early in the month, you can still enjoy Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort.  Later in the month, you can enjoy the warmer weather including outdoor activities.  These outdoor activities include horseback riding, rafting, shopping, tubing, sightseeing, zip-lining, and hiking!  You can also visit the Arts & Crafts Community for Easter.  Admission to the Arts and Crafts show is free. Stroll through to see the unique, handmade displays and demonstrations. Discover beautiful items like jewelry, pottery, leather goods, candy, quilts, ceramics, and so much more. 

With so much to do and see, you'll be happy to pick the mountains over an over-congested, expensive beach trip.  Why chance going to the Beach on a cold weekend, when you can take advantage of the beauty of the Smoky Mountains no matter the weather?!  The luxury cabin rentals awaiting you in Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge are amazing, entertaining, and relaxing.  Aunt Bug's Cabin Rentals offers vacation cabins in Gatlinburg and vacation cabin rentals near Dollywood.  These cabin rentals will have hot tubs, gas or park-style grills, full kitchens, and pool tables.  Get a premium cabin rental with sauna, home theater, indoor private pool, multicade arcade games, seclusion, or breath-taking views!  You'll have the best Spring Break ever in March.  Come see us in the Smoky Mountains!  We'll have your vacation cabin rental waiting for your family or friends.

SpringFest - March 11 - June 6
SpringFest is a popular Smoky Mountain festival that encompasses the whole county including Sevierville, Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. Springfest activities: special events, craft shows, decorating competitions and much more.
Gatlinburg Screenfest - March 25-27
The Annual Gatlinburg film festival features independent films and filmmakers from all over the country.
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