American Mountain

Address: 110 Hillis Drive, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, 37863, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Pigeon Forge

Dollywood & The Smokey Mountains

A travel blog entry by jarallis on Sep 24, 2014

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Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg the amusement and adventureland of Tennessee. Never seen so many different mini golf courses, go cart tracks, and other attractions lining a main city street. These places are alive with tourists and cause major traffic jams. Don't travel on fridays we learnt.

Hectic place geared up for the 10 million visitors to the Smokey Mountains per year. ...

Mount le conte

A travel blog entry by jamieking on Sep 24, 2014

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... to be hiking. The car park is jam packed, this is a good sign there must not be alot of bears here! We are in the Appalachain mountain range, this area of the range is located within the smoky mountains national park. This trail is called the Alum cake nature trail and is the shortest of all trails in the area at 5 miles (8.9km) from the bottom to the top. Mounte le conte which is the summits name sits at 6593 feet at its peak. The trail starts at 3834 feet which meant we had a 2759 ...

Smokin' Smokys

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa on Sep 05, 2014

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... say it is just right. There is a diverse amount of plants and animals. 95% of the mountains are covered by 5 different types of forest. Along with babbling brooks and waterfalls it all comes together as one beautiful park. My luck ran out a little here since fog and low clouds denied me some views but I will return to see the leaves change ...

Jack Daniels...I Think He May Be Kin

A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 31, 2014

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... 57 degrees and to the original building that was the headquarters. Jack Daniels died, indirectly, from a broken toe. His nephew, Lem Motlow, ran the business and built it into an institution with diehard followers. I swear, Bud could be Lem's twin!

Huge stainless steel vats of fermenting corn mash occupied an entire building. The great cauldrons were spitting and bubbling. Ron told us to bend down and get a whiff of ...

If you go down to the woods today...

A travel blog entry by kerryl85 on Aug 15, 2014

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... searching around and finally gaining a little order to it - I have to say, he wasn't kidding about the difficulty of it with only 2 people. There were so many different tasks that you could be on with at one time, you can see how small groups of teams would work better. Anyway, we gave it our best shot, with, as promised, help from our guide from time to time, making sure we were on the right track. We didn't manage to escape... Despite failing at the ...