Sugar Maple Cabins

Address: 1735 Upper Middle Creek Rd., Sevierville, Tennessee, 37876, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on 1735 Upper Middle Creek Rd., Sevierville, is near Dollywood, Dixie Stampede Dinner & Show, Parrot Mountain & Gardens, and Dollywood's Splash Country Water Adventure Park.
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Travel Blogs from Sevierville

Day 3 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Loop

A travel blog entry by geolis07 on Jun 30, 2015

8 photos

... We got in great rides everyday even if we didn't get everything done we wanted too. Our rental house is great, the food was great (mostly) and the rides were great. The Cherohala Skyway was probably one of the most fun, the Dragon was intense, the Rattler was a bit less impressive than the hype, and the loop through the GSMNP was nice. Gatlinburg is definitely not a good city to visit on the bikes but everywhere else we stopped was good. The maps from America Rides Maps were top ...

Back of the Dragon

A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jun 15, 2015

61 photos

Lots of Pictures- Get a feel for the road. I took I 77 west to the tunnel which crossed into West Virginia and took SR-598 to Bluefield where you see the first great vista. 598 hits 19 s to Tazweil where Rt. 16 starts, "The Back of the Dragon". Wow what a ride. I followed 16 to Rt. 58 at the Log Cabin Store in the pictures. Rt. 58 was a surprise because I was expecting rolling curves and country riding ...

A "Great" Day

A travel blog entry by domenoe on Jun 13, 2015

4 comments, 34 photos

... still wanted to let loose.

We continued through the forest until we came to one of the larger picnic areas and campgrounds. We found a spot to park and got Harley out to do some looking around. The creek runs through the campground so it was my turn to take off my shoes and get into the water with Harley. It was pretty cold, alright. Fortunately it was only ankle deep and not running very fast and the streambed was mostly sandy.

The ...

Hello Dolly

A travel blog entry by domenoe on Jun 12, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

... as wide as the traffic lanes, and stopped. Cheryl got out and went in to see if there was some information about the park. Just after she got out, I saw another sign saying the visitor center was still mile away. Hmmm. I wonder what that other place is. I honked the horn, hoping she would come back to the coach, but I guess she didn’t realize I honked and kept going. She came back and said, "That wasn’t the visitor’s center." ...

Knoxville

A travel blog entry by atkinsranch on Jun 03, 2015

3 comments, 15 photos

... rivers that run full. There is a demon plant, Kudzu, an import from Asia years ago to help control erosion, that is literally smothering everything in its path here and in many other states. Very large areas have the appearance of being covered in
a heavy green, leaf-covered net that masks the shape of everything it has covered. This vine grows at the rate of ...