Friday, February 24, 2017

Great Smoky Mountain's Treasure


Great Smoky Mountain's Treasure called the Forbidden Caverns lays beneath the East Tennessee forest floor.  A real treat for the family looking for something out of the ordinary to do,  educational and something your family may never experience again.   A 1 hour walking tour that allows an experience of breath taking formations, towering natural chimneys and a crystal clear stream underground.  Nature’s beautiful formations created over thousands of years ago were used by the Indians hundreds of years ago and during the early 1920 and until 1943 it was used to make moonshine because of the underground stream.  Then in 1964 a group of business men began the planning to open Forbidden Caverns to the public as a natural attraction.




Forbidden Caverns is open from April-Nov from 10am-6pm, closed on Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, the month of Dec, Jan, Feb and March, please be mindful the last tour leaves at 5pm.  Admission is $16 for adults, $10 for children 5-12 and under 4 Free.   Enjoy a nice country ride, a country picnic and something truly different in the Smokies.

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We know your family is going to want to explore as many of the Great Smoky Mountain's Treasure as possible, so don’t spend a lot of time looking for a place to stay,  go ahead and reserve our cabin.  Cabin offers 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, pull out sleeper sofa and accommodates 6 adults comfortably.  Lots of amenities such as pool table, hot tub, 60 arcade game in one, 3 tvs, 3 porches, and much more.  Cabin is conveniently located between the cities of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, close to all attractions. Great low rates and Payment Plan Options for stays made in advance, we encourage you to reserve today, before the dates you want to visit the Great Smoky Mountain's Treasure are booked!

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