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Christmas Tree with Red and Gold Oranments

Towards the end of November, fall gives way to winter and Thanksgiving quickly turns into Christmas. Gatlinburg becomes a magical winter wonderland full of twinkling lights and brings families together, creating new holiday traditions in the Smokies. 

During Winterfest, Gatlinburg continues to carry on traditions...

Rabbit in a Field with Flowers in Mouth

Imagine starting out your Easter morning with the most beautiful view of the sun rising over the Great Smoky Mountains.

If you’re spending your Easter weekend in Gatlinburg this year and looking for a worship service to attend on Sunday morning, we might just have the...

Orange Pumpkin in Field

The last night of October is reserved for sweet treats and spooky surprises!  Halloween is a fun experience in the downtown area of Gatlinburg as throngs of people jam the sidewalks taking ghosts, goblins, princesses and the latest Superhero trick or treating up the Parkway.  You can...

Roasted Turkey on Platter

Thanksgiving is a time of year where we pause from our busy lives to remember and be thankful for all the people, places and things that have occurred in the last year.  At Mountain Laurel Chalets we have much to be thankful for and here...

Gatlinburg Welcomes You in Neon Lights at Night

For a small town Gatlinburg knows how to host a crowd and our award winning parades are known throughout the country.  The Annual Fantasy of Lights Christmas Parade rolls through the streets of Gatlinburg to the amusement of over 60,000 spectators.  The acclaimed

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