Foothills RV Park & Cabins
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Pigeon Forge
... ago. We went on the Foothills Parkway around the West side of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. We jumped on 321 in to Townsend and entered the GSMNP on Little River Road. We went to Gatlinburg rather than the planned stop in Pigeon Forge because of our late start and the threat of rain. Gatlinburg is a unique and interesting town: almost like a beach town/boardwalk minus the beach, but not very biker friendly. Parking is awful and some lots don't allow motorcycles and you ...
... were a number of twisty passes and challenging exciting riding to I-81. The pictures tell the story. In Pigeon forge, what once was a cow path is a busy honkytonk of amusement and hotel/motel/restaurants and fun. Dolly World isn't even visible from the main drag. I will have to come back to actually check it out.
As I was riding today, I was hoping that this effort will actually change ...
As we were just about to leave the park boundaries we saw a spot on the river that had a bunch of people on inner tubes. We stopped and turned around to get a picture and take in the sights. We also snapped a picture of the park entrance sign since we missed it coming into the park earlier today.
This area of the river was wider and smoother than anywhere else that we saw, so it was naturally the place to do some tubing. As we went further ...
... the Bush’s Beans visitor’s center which is about 20 minutes from here in Chestnut Hill. We will say hi to Duke for you if we go. There are also a number of distilleries in these parts so we could visit Davy Crockett’s Tennessee Whisky distillery or any of three moonshine distilleries that are on the Spirits Trail of the Smokies which lies between Sevierville and Gatlinburg.
Who knows what tomorrow may bring. Not me, that’s for ...
Monday, April 13
Monday morning we got up, had our morning coffee and discussed where we would spend the day. We elected to head out to Cades Cove but had no idea how to get there except to head toward Gatlinburg. I couldn't find any addresses for the Visitors Center so we just headed on. We finally found a Visitors Center (by accident) and went in. They directed us toward Cades Cove where we went to ...