Family Inns Of America - Townsend

7239 East Lamar Alexander Parkway, Townsend, Tennessee, 37882, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 7239 East Lamar Alexander Parkway, Townsend, is near Tuckaleechee Caverns, Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center, The Little River Railroad and Lumber Company Museum, and Parkway Grocery.
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Travel Blogs from Townsend

Day 7: Pigeon Forge is a kids' Vegas

A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 19, 2014

... of interactive things to play with. The ropes course ended up being the highlight of our visit as none of us had done one before. It was scary and challenging and really fun. I was surprised at how long we stayed up on the ropes - no wonder the line was endless! Even though we paid nearly full price, I still felt it was good value for all we got from it.

I figured that since pancakes seems to be ...

Day 6: Rain, rain go away

A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 18, 2014

... no downtown strip to walk in so we might as well head back to the cabin. Passing by a grocery store, we couldn't resist a quick pit stop for more food (we were getting nervous our supplies wouldn't hold out until the next day).

We ended up back at the cabin and decided to spend the night enjoying our cabin, each other, and engaging in a fierce battle of Mexican Train Dominoes.
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Day 5: Attempted a quiet, lazy day

A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 17, 2014

... On the 3rd attempt, the fire was ginormous!!

Then Matt and Esen had us cheering and hollering as they put on some cool dance routines for our entertainment - proving they inherited the dancing gene from their fathers.

We absolutely loved the freedom to make as much noise as we wanted and not have to worry about neighbors. So wonderful to have our own secluded space.
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Day 4: All about riding!

A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 16, 2014

... to eat often and Ashley struggled with her. After 15-20 mins, the owner took action and brought Ashley up and tethered her horse to his. She enjoyed the rest of her ride and his prompt action prevented her frustration.

Then headed back to our cabin for lunch and to meet up with the Lys. After lunch, we were off to Robbinsville to rent a motorcycle.It worked out great. Will drove our van and trailed behind the motorcycle. Everyone took a turn clutching ...

Day 2: Super duper wild tube ride

A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 13, 2014

... to the top of the creek where we would start our tubing adventure. The first set of rapids were pretty rough and a couple of us fell out (Phan and myself). We quickly discovered it was better not to tether the little ones to the adults as that affected balance and made everyone more likely to get stuck or fall off. We all got stuck frequently but some wiggling usually got us moving again. In future, we ...