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Some ideas to make your Great Smoky Mountains vacation the one to remember

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    Downtown Gatlinburg
    Gatlinburg is called the "gateway to the Smoky Mountains". Parkway is the main road running through the downtown Gatlinburg. From one end of Parkway to another you’ll find attractions and activities of every kind - from mini golf and bumper cars to museums, restaurants and distilleries. There is also a Space needle, Ripley's Odditorium, shopping, and Aerial Tram station. The newest attraction - Anakeesta on the Parkway - is coming summer of 2017.
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    Anakeesta - coming soon! Outdoor destination for the whole family.
    Anakeesta, Gatlinburg’s newest attraction, offers a unique outdoor mountain experience for all ages. Begin with a scenic 12-minute ride from Downtown Gatlinburg to the summit of Anakeesta mountain on the quad chair or enclosed 6 person gondola cabin where you will arrive at Firefly Village, a treehouse-themed village featuring local crafts, retail and casual dining options. Embark on a scenic tree canopy walk which includes 16 hanging bridges more than 40-60 feet in the air, soar through the trees on dual-racing zip lines, fly on the high-speed single rail mountain coaster (coming Fall of 2017); climb through the Anakeesta Treehouse Village playground or simply sit back and enjoy the breathtaking views of Mt. LeConte and the sparkling lights of Downtown Gatlinburg.
Meet the owners

I came to the Smoky mountians with a friend in 2009 for the first time during winter snowfall. It was so pretty! Living in Florida, we missed having seasons. Todd and I (Victoria) came together several more times, and we knew - Smoky Mountains was the place! We bought our cabin in 2010. For now, we are living and working in Tampa FL,  and looking forward to making Sevier county our permanent home one day. 
Photo taken day after Christmas 2010 when Blue Mountain Lodge was almost complete.

We love DIY projects, and we have restored or made many furniture and decor pieces you will see in our cabin. 

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