White Oak Lodge & Resort

Address: 170 White Oak Resort Way, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, 37738, United States | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 170 White Oak Resort Way, Gatlinburg.
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    Travel Blogs from Gatlinburg

    Day 4 of Route 66

    A travel blog entry by bexp42 on Aug 07, 2015

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    ... very mischievous in it haha oops! After our swim we had dinner and made a campfire and made s'mores! Yummy but very gooey.

    We we then went to a bar which was very redneck! It had baseball screens, pool tables, a duke box and hairy men! They liked our accents and asked to repeat strange words but I guess they sounded funny to us too! We met 'American Aaron' who was in the military and had ...

    October 4, 2014

    A travel blog entry by lolly81 on Oct 04, 2014

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    ... to stay in a cabin at camp and thank god I was one of them. It was absolutely freezing when we arrived at 6pm! After a few failed attempts we managed to get the campfire going and enjoyed smores over the fire (toasted marshmallows, chocolate and honey maid crackers) Next stop Washington D.C ...

    Our last day in Kentucky

    A travel blog entry by lindemand on Jul 21, 2014

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    ... have been chased every day, some of the group uses pepper spray to stop the aggression. I Have been fairly successful with throwing pepperoni snacks to distract the animal long enough for me to move on. We all hope that Virginia will be calmer in this ...

    Whitewater Rafting and Gatlinburg

    A travel blog entry by pjandbubba on Jun 07, 2014

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    ... falls out on each trip. Then we found out our guide was a rookie which didn't instill a lot of confidence. Nevertheless, we donned our life jackets (which they now call personal flotation devices) our helmets and were given our paddles.

    I naively thought I was going to just take a seat and enjoy the ride. Not so. After we were bussed to the drop off, ...

    Running Bare (1966)

    A travel blog entry by lizonya on Mar 30, 2014

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    North Meets South

    "What did you say?" I ask. “You lied about my age, and now I have to lie too?”

    “The 4-H exchange applicants for 1966 have to be at least 15 years old,” Mom replies. “And you are 14-1/2. That's close enough. It will be a good experience for you.”

    Mom is driving me to the 4-H bus in Traverse City, MI at 6:00 a.m., on a ...