4 Ways to Celebrate Fall in the Smoky Mountains
The coziness of fall in the Smoky Mountains is something everyone must experience! The changing leaves signal that a period of ultimate relaxation has arrived. As the reds, oranges and yellows envelop the mountains, you’ll likely find yourself feeling a sense of peace. Whether you’re looking to take it easy or get out and explore, fall is the perfect time to enjoy the very best the Smoky Mountains have to offer. Here are 4 ways to celebrate fall in the Smoky Mountains:
1. Fall-Flavored Wines
As you sit on your cabin rental porch or hotel balcony enjoying the beauty of fall in the Smoky Mountains, you’ll want something to sip on. But, not just anything. You deserve a true taste of fall in the Smoky Mountains! Tennessee Homemade Wines serves up several fall-flavored wines with tastes that perfectly match this special time of the year! Pumpkin Pie is a must-try cream based wine with flavors of pumpkin and cinnamon spices in each sip. Apple Orchard is made from locally grown apples and features an apple taste that’s light, clean and crisp. Old Apple uses “cooking apples” in a more than century-old recipe that provides a local taste that you won’t find anywhere else.
2. Fall-Flavored Ciders
Cider and fall go together like, well, fun and the Smoky Mountains! Tennessee Cider Company is your go-to for the very best locally made hard ciders in the Smoky Mountains! Flavors like Golden Apple, Dry Red Apple, Cider Donut and Pumpkin Pie make excellent choices to enjoy during the fall. Just like Tennessee Homemade Wines, Tennessee Cider Company offers complimentary samples each day of the week so you can try a few different options!
3. Fall Events
Fall in the Smoky Mountains is a special time that features all sorts of fun fall-themed events that you and your family can enjoy! The Dollywood Harvest Festival celebrates the changing of seasons with fall decor, harvest-themed food items and the popular Great Pumpkin LumiNights that illuminate the night. The Fall Festival at Ober Mountain features hay mountains, live music, German-inspired fall food items and a giant pumpkin carving competition. The Bear-Varian Fall Festival at Anakeesta allows visitors to enjoy Halloween-themed decor throughout the adventure park while trying a one-of-a-kind beer sampling experience along with traditional German foods.
4. Experience the Fall Foliage
Experience the gorgeous fall foliage by visiting the Great Smoky Mountains National Park! The national park includes more than 850 miles of hiking trails that twist and turn throughout thick forests of reds, oranges and yellows during fall in the Smoky Mountains. You’ll even find some trails that guide you toward incredible waterfalls! For a more relaxed way to experience the fall foliage, take a scenic drive through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. You’ll be amazed by all the incredible sights you’ll find by exploring America’s most-visited national park!
We hope you’ll join us in celebrating fall in the Smoky Mountains! We hope to see you soon at our locations in Gatlinburg and Sevierville. If you’ve never visited us before, check out these things you may not know about Tennessee Homemade Wines!