Wilderness at the Smokies Resort

Address: 1424 Old Knoxville Highway, Sevierville, Tennessee, 37876, United States | Resort
 
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This resort, located on 1424 Old Knoxville Highway, Sevierville, is near Smoky Mountain Knife Works, Floyd Garrett's Muscle Car Museum, Tennessee Museum of Aviation, and Eagle's Landing Golf Club.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsWilderness at the Smokies Resort Sevierville

    Reviewed by galofre

    good

    Reviewed Jul 3, 2013
    by (7 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Room was warm which is good for the coming in wet. The room had a stove & fridge. Indoor water park was least crowded at around 9am. Neighbors right next door where really loud but it might be that the walls are thin (we had an air purifier to cancel noise and still heard them). Rooms were spacious and the black out curtain was really good (no little bits of light coming in). Room looked very clean.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Wilderness at the Smokies Resort Sevierville

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Sevierville

    Day 24

    A travel blog entry by granniesontour on Jul 04, 2015

    12 photos

    ... and Kids. We reached the visitors centre where left the car, we took the tram/bus into Gatlinburg which was so very busy due to the July 4th celebrations. There were lots of gift shops and many places to eat. There does not appear to be anything left of the old town. We decided to go on the ski lift which we enjoyed even though Maggie does not like heights, Realising we felt hungry we stopped at a famous ...

    Day 23

    A travel blog entry by granniesontour on Jul 03, 2015

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... first road sign we had seen) and by this time we were back in North Carolina on our way back to Asheville which we had left hours earlier. We had done an extra 100 miles, it did make us laugh as this was our worst "getting lost" we had done.Needless to say we were late booking in at Vicki's and you know how I hate being late! We will try again tomorrow to see Gatlinburg but by a different route! Apparently Gatlinburg is the first town to celebrate July 4th in ...

    Day 3 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Loop

    A travel blog entry by geolis07 on Jun 30, 2015

    8 photos

    ... pay everywhere. Luckily Eddie talked the attendant into just paying for 3 spots instead of 5. We walked up to the main drag and chose Howard's based on their sign of being voted best burgers and steaks. It was the only food we've had the entire trip that wasn't great and it was way overpriced. Don't recommend it at all. It was sprinkling when we were done eating so we opted to go to the Hollywood Star Cars Museum. It was a good stop but for the same price I think the Wheels ...

    Back of the Dragon

    A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jun 15, 2015

    61 photos

    ... 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.

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    Hello Dolly

    A travel blog entry by domenoe on Jun 12, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... When we got out we had to walk all the way to the front door before we saw the small letters that said it was the Sevier County Courthouse. I did some online research and found out that the courthouse was originally completed in 1896, which was the Tennessee Centennial. The building underwent a complete interior replacement in the 1970s, but the original exterior remains. It was a very cool looking building.

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