Sevierville is situated in an area where the foothills of the Great Smokies provide a way to the Tennessee Valley. The place has been acted as a nexus between the Knoxville in the north and the Appalachian towns in the mountains of South for quite a long time now. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is approximately ten miles away to the South of Sevierville. The area is full of hills and poor roads, due to which several smaller communities developed independently along the outskirts of Sevierville.
And there lies the small, beautiful and adventurous Dumplin Valley in the Kodak Community, the region famous for its beautiful scenic beauty, amazing musical concerts, racing and other events.
People visit Dumplin Valley to enjoy the concerts and events they host every year . Since the valley is surrounded by several other small communities, there are few interesting facts which you will love to read about. Starting with the Tennessee Valley, then considering its smaller communities.
- Smoky Mountains adventure with Dolly Parton
Fun Facts about the Smoky Mountains is incomplete without mentioning at least one of the Dolly Parton facts. As soon as you will visit the place, you will find that Dolly is being honored all through the towns, yet do you know Dolly even has a street named after her? One of the main streets in Sevierville is called Dolly Parton Parkway and it will respect her for several upcoming years.
- How far are the Smoky Mountains?
Do you know that the Smoky Mountains can be reached within a 1-day drive of 33% of the United States? This could be the one reason why the national park located in the area is considered as the most visited national park in the United States.
- Adventurous at Ober Gatlinburg
The Ober Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway is one of the America’s biggest cable cars. The cable car leaves from downtown Gatlinburg and takes guests on a two-mile ride to the Ober Gatlinburg fascination. A round-trip on the Aerial Tramway may cost different for adults and kids. From the cable car, you will encounter lovely perspectives of the mountains. In the winter, you can see snow-capped mountains from the cable car.
- It’s been observed that more than 12 million people visit the Tennessee County each year.
- Thousands of people visit the Dumplin Valley Bluegrass Festival every year, it is one of the best festivals in the smoky mountains and still not very known to others.
- Dumplin Valley Farm is situated on the North side of the interstate, near Knoxville and among the Urban Wilderness area of Sevierville, Dollywood, Pigeon Forge, and the Smokey Mountains. Dumplin Valley Bluegrass Festival always takes place here in the 3rd week of September each year. You will find this place unique as it was build due to the necessity to accommodate the bluegrass fans and was not built as a campground.
The atmosphere is very pleasant, pet-friendly and the place is not that crowded except the time of festivals.