When coming to the beautiful city of Sevierville, Tennesse, you will find yourself in some of the most picturesque vistas in all of the United States. Sevierville is tucked away in the Great Smoky Mountains that exist in eastern Tennesee and makes this part of the country very beautiful. Sevierville, Tennesee is located in Sevier County and was founded in 1795 and was incorporated in 1901. Sevierville is a town that is flocked with high mountains and rivers. Sevierville is basically what the whole county is called but there are other smaller towns that around Sevierville and are an integral part of Sevierville itself. Sevierville is also on major interstates that run through eastern Tennesee. US Route 441 and Interstate 40 flow through the town and is part of your travels towards the cities of Knoxville and the other cities that are in this part of the country. Another big attraction of Sevierville is it being the birthplace of Country Music Hall of Famer and legend, Dolly Parton. Parton is famous for her theme park, Dollywood, which is by far the biggest attraction to Sevierville and Sevier County. The park features amusment rides but also has a Dolly Parton Museum which features mountain homes that were so abundant in times long ago. If you want a taste of the Appalachian Mountain feel, come to Sevierville, Tennesee.
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Shelter Cove | Fish and Relax
at Shelter Cover Lodge Find Tickets
With a decade of service in Alaska lodges behind us and a staffing ratio of nearly 1:1, you may be assured that you will receive the quality Alaska Lodge trip and the personal attention that you expect and deserve.
SMKW Buck President's Day July 13-14
at Buck Knives, Inc. - Official Page
Join us July 13-14 at Smoky Mountain Knife Works in Sevierville, TN for Buck President's Day with special guest, CJ Buck.
The Grainger County Tomato Festival
at Grainger County Tomato Festival July 27, 28, 29
The Grainger County Tomato Festival was organized in 1992 to promote our world famous Grainger County Tomatoes.