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Old 10-03-2010, 11:04 AM   #1
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Gatlinburg/Smokies early October

We are in Bristol TN today looking to go to the Gatlinberg/Pigeon Forge/Smokies area for 3 nights. We are hoping to get there between the summer crowd and the fall color leafers, I know traffic can be a real mess. Any suggestions for our 32 footer pulling a Jeep? Campgrounds (full hookups) and must see attractions?
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WE STAYED HERE IN APRIL AND WHAT A SUPER HIGH END RESORT! HAS TO BE ONE OF THE FINEST RESORTS WE HAVE BEEN YET.RIGHT OFF OF I-40 AT THE HEAD OF THE STRIP GOING INTO THE SMOKIES. HERE IS THE RESORTS ADDRESS:
Two Rivers Landing RV Resort Near Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville, and Gatlinburg, Tennessee
ENJOY AND HOPE YOU LIKE THE RESORT
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Hi CJ7ole,
Another choice is Gatlinburg Outdoor Resorts of America . This is a very nice resort. It is right next to the Smokey Mountains, in Gatlinburg.
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We stayed at the Townsend KOA. Away from all the commotion but an easy drive in with your toad.
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Suggest Dollywood of course, then take in some of the dinner shows with the horses and stuff like that. Shopping in Gatling Burg of course. plan a day there and take money. Its worth the trip just for the look around. If you have a ''toad'' take the bypass around Gatlinburg and go up to Clingmans Dome for a look around if the weather is pretty. Plan a day for this and if it is still open go to Cades Cove for a drive thru.. really pretty over there. The place is like Myrtle Beach without the ocean. Tons of people and lots of places to spend you welfair check.
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