Monday, January 27, 2014

The History of Music in the Smokies

The folk of the Smokies have always had a strong bond with music for many years.  It was a very intricate part of life back in the early settlers day and as you watch this very informative video you will learn some of the history of music in the Smokies.  There are many festivals held yearly that still continue the generation passed ballads that have become known to only the Smoky Mountain people.  For a interesting learn, take a few moments to enjoy the video and be sure to attend one of the festivals to truly appreciate the rich music heritage of the Great Smoky Mountains.    

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Cades Cove Churches in the Great Smoky Mountains

Go inside the churches of Cades Cove and learn more interesting tidbits about the churches themselves and the history of the early settlers.  This is a great day trip no matter what time of the year and if you go early morning or late afternoon you may just be treated to some of the most beautiful scenes and the abundant wildlife of the Smokies.  A must for those who visit the Smokies.  Plan your trip today and stay with us at the Beary Blessed Cabin nestled in the heart of the Smokies.  Visit the Cabin and reserve your dates today, Call (434)658-3203

Friday, January 17, 2014

Lowest Rates of 2014 at Smoky Mountain Cabin Rental

We have just a few dates left in January at only $50 per night at our cozy little Smoky Mountain Cabin Rental nestled at the top of the mountain with a beautiful view of the mountain range and the night lights of Pigeon Forge.   We have January 21, 22, 23 and January 26 & 27th still left.  If your looking to come to the Smokies and still enjoy a little of Winterfest without all the hustle and bustle of the tourist and want to enjoy the most laid back time of the year in the Smokies then we invite you to take advantage of these extremely low rates for only $50 per night, the lowest they will be all year.  Why so low you ask, these are week days and with January you just never know if it will be snowing in the Smokies.  So if your looking for some great rates, a little getaway and wouldn't mind seeing some snowflakes what are you waiting for, call us at (434)658-3203 to reserve today!

Monday, January 13, 2014

Smoky Mountain Visitor Channel

Quite an interesting little find that I thought some of my regular blog and facebook followers would enjoy.  It's an internet TV channel with videos of things such as Dolly Parton's Hometown to the Tail of the Dragon and Forbidden Caverns.  I hope you enjoy and can learn more about the Smokies before your next visit, so that you may take in some of the most spectacular sights and sounds this side of the Mississippi. You will find their write up for their online television network below.
SmokyMountainvisitorsChannel.c­om is a new online and on-demand Television network that showcases destination businesses in the Smoky Mountain area. Our team of hosts, guide visitors through area businesses in Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Gatlinburg with informative interviews and fun demonstrations, a great way to learn all about what to see and do in the Smoky Mountains. Viewers who visit Smoky Mountain Visitors have the opportunity to watch these infomercials about area businesses as often as they would like from where ever they like.

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Summer Fun, Cabin Rentals & Attractions in Pigeon Forge, TN

Its that time of the year again to rev up the engines and speed on over to the Nascar Speed Park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.  That's right loads of attractions for the whole family, whether you want to try some Rock Climbing or you feel the need for speed in one of the many race tracts the park offers, it's lets the games and activities begin!  If your looking for something to do with the kids that will let you have unlimited rides on quite a few of their attractions and make it a full day at a great price of only $17.99 per person then head on over to Nascar Speed Park  to purchase your tickets online for this great price!  Over 24 rides and attractions geared from the tots to the adults, making it a day of excitement riding the Speed Bumper Boats, Carousel, Tilt a World, or enjoying the Indoor Playground, Miniature Golf or the Arcade, you can't go wrong with spending the day with the little ones here.  So start your engines and head on over to Nascar Speed Park and check them out and plan your day!   Don't forget to reserve your Cabin in the Smokies with our affordable No Deposit, Payment Plan Option Cabin, making a week's vacation in the Smokies possible for all families and to be close to all attractions!       

All Pics taken from the Nascar Speedpark Website 

Friday, January 3, 2014

Things To Do in Great Smoky Mountain National Park

You can find below a list of things to do in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  Whether you are bringing the kids to view the fireflies in June, or coming to check out the brilliant leaf show in October you will always be enthralled at the beauty of the Smokies.  Much of this information was obtained from the National Park Service of the Great Smoky Mountains.  Its time to start planning those Spring and Summer Vacations by reserving your cabin at the Beary Blessed Cabin snuggled in the heart of the Smokies.  Low rates year round and Payment Plan Options so everyone can plan a trip to the Smokies! You can spend a couple of days in the park with little expense, just pack a picnic lunch, bug spray, a park map, good tennis shoes and let the adventures begin!

Auto Touring - An auto tour of the park offers a chance to see panoramic vistas, cascading mountain rivers, weathered historic buildings, and majestic forests stretching to the horizon.
Bicycling - Pedal through Cades Cove on a misty summer morning for a truly memorable way to experience the park.
Camping - Escape into the Smokies wilderness for a backpacking adventure or opt for a tamer excursion in one of the park's developed campgrounds.
Fishing - Anglers can match their skills against wily brook, brown, and rainbow trout on over 700 miles of fishable streams in the park.
Hiking - Choose from over 800 miles of trails ranging from quiet walkways to multi-day backpacking treks through the backcountry.
Historic Buildings - The park has one of the best collections of log buildings in the eastern United States. Nearly 80 historic structures-homes, barns, churches, schools, and grist mills-have been preserved in the park.
Horseback Riding - The park has hundreds of miles of horse trails and five drive-in horse camps. If you don't own a horse, four rental stables provide mounts and guides.
Picnicking - Craving hotdogs, potato salad, water melon... and ants? There are eleven picnic areas to choose from in the park-many have pavilions that can be reserved in advance.
Waterfalls - Waterfalls can be found on nearly every river and stream in the park. Here's your guide to some of the best.
Wildflowers - Great Smoky Mountains National park is known as the "wildflower national park." You can find blooming plants year-round here, but spring and summer are renown for spectacular displays of wildflowers along roads and trails.
Wildlife Viewing - Hoping to see an elk, white-tailed deer, or black bear? Read some tips to improve your chances of spotting animals during your visit to the park.
Visit Great Smoky Mountains National Park's official online store for books, maps, and guides to the park. Operated by the nonprofit Great Smoky Mountains Association, proceeds generated by purchases at the store are donated to educational, scientific, and historical projects in the park.

Links were obtained from Things To Do National Park Service Great Smoky Mountain Site