Paradise Landing Resort

Address: 1402 Tranquility Trail, Dandridge, Tennessee, 37725, United States | Resort
 
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This resort, located on 1402 Tranquility Trail, Dandridge, is near Dandridge Golf & Country Club.
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    Pigeon Forge to Asheville

    A travel blog entry by jghanse on May 09, 2015

    Left Pigeon Forge at 10:15.......temp 62.....odometer 34832. Got to Asheville KOA and set up. Very full campground. Went to Okie Dokies Barbecue for lunch.....pulled pork sandwiches, beans, cole slaw, chips and sweet tea........28.29 visa. YUMMY! Went to ABC store and bought Evan Williams Green. Went to BiLo and bought a NY ...

    DISGUSTED TRAVELERS

    A travel blog entry by plezhurvacation on Apr 24, 2015

    ... Falls (Venture Resort). While the pictures appear to be nice and all when you actually arrive you will be given a very rude awakening. Furniture is broken or nasty, hot tubs do not work or have not been cleaned, cabin appears to be wiped down but not cleaned, beds are old and uncomfortable and there is no kind of assistance once you begin to voice a complaint. Never again will I even utilize these cabins. the General Manager, Mr. Billy Parris should speak to me himself ...

    In A Hiking State Of Mind

    A travel blog entry by jwatson on Apr 21, 2015

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    ... was a pal and let me slide into his spot with him, and another hiker we had been hiking around for a while, Parks, was a superstar, standing in the covered area outside the shelter proper for literal hours helping people out by passing them things out of reach, hanging up bags and wet clothes, etc., while everyone else huddled in our sleeping bags. The night might have been slightly cramped, but it was well worth it to be dry and warm. That morning, everyone was ready to get ...

    Trail Vacation

    A travel blog entry by jwatson on Apr 13, 2015

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    We went a couple more miles after leaving the Great Smoky Mountains National Park to Standing Bear hostel, where we planned to eat breakfast. On the way, we crossed under I-40, which felt like the closest I'd be to home on the trail. We had to walk a little on roads, and there were some white blazes painted on signs, guardrails and the support pillars of the overpass. I always enjoy seeing them in an urban context. It feels like we're keepers of some hidden knowledge, following a secret ...

    Drive to Benning

    A travel blog entry by sethfield on Jul 25, 2014

    I stayed overnight in Gatlinburg, Tennessee after my first day of driving from Laurel and then made my way south through Great Smoky Mountains NP and into Georgia. The driving was uneventful; I stopped in Kennesaw, Georgia for lunch at Dairy Queen and made it to Fort Benning by ...