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Sevierville, "Dolly Parton's Hometown"

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Seymour, TN  37865

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Originally known as Forks of Little Pigeon, Sevierville, the eighth oldest town in Tennessee, was named for Tennessee's first governor and pioneer, John Sevier in 1785. Known around the world as Dolly Parton's hometown, Sevierville entertains thousands with its amazing attractions, unbeatable shopping, music theaters, challenging golf courses and historic downtown city area. 

 

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The downtown courthouse, constructed in 1896, remains fully functional today and is a beautiful brick courthouse with a 4-sided Seth Thomas clock that still chimes every half hour. Paying tribute to Dolly Parton, a bronze statue of Dolly, dedicated to her in 1986, adorns the courthouse lawn. And the entire downtown area encompasses Sevierville's historic district, where a walking tour displays the history of the nation and its expansion westward. History buffs will want to visit the Sevier County Historical Museum, just a block from the courthouse downtown. 

With the Smoky Mountains quickly becoming a key tourist attraction, Sevierville grew into a city that is the first destination of visitors to the area. The atmosphere in Sevierville is friendly, relaxed, and fun and Sevierville keeps the modern traveler in mind, with accommodations ranging from family motels to romantic mountain hideaways.

Offering a variety of accommodation choices, visitors can choose from numerous resorts, award-winning hotels and motels, condominiums, campgrounds, cabins and chalets throughout the area. Annual and special events throughout Sevierville make every time of year, a great time to visit! 

Travelers take heart!  If you have ever been stuck in the endless traffic jam that occurs on weekends as you exit Interstate 40 onto Route 66 going into Sevierville, know that the city is building new roads, bridges, and entrances into the city to alleviate the jams. Even new by-passes are on the drawing boards and relief is on the way. 

Also new is the expanded trolley system, offering service to the outlet malls, downtown and connecting to the Pigeon Forge trolley. The Great China Acrobats perform a thrilling display of Chinese art and balance at the Great China Theater, formerly Southern Nights Theater. The Governor's Palace Theater features a cast of over 50 performing dance and song, state of the art effects, an indoor water show and a new production, "Come Celebrate America!"

Shopping is some of the best in the Southeast. Offerings ranging from mountain crafts, flea markets, antique emporiums and outlet malls featuring famous name brands.

Outdoor activities must include a trip to Douglas Lake with its 2 recreation areas, public boat ramps, campground and swimming! Want to stay in a cabin or chalet overlooking the lake? There are several vacation rentals in the area, from rustic to elegant to condo suites on the water. You can even boat up to The Point Resort, in Dandridge, featuring covered and uncovered boat slips, a full-service marina, boat and jet ski rentals, a pavilion, picnic areas and more. Directly connected to The Point Resort is The Point Restaurant offering nightly entertainment, outdoor patios overlooking the lake, a Tiki bar, 2 dining rooms, an indoor bar and excellent fare ranging from steaks to seafood and homemade desserts. Fall in love with the pristine beauty of the lake? Stay overnight at one of The Point's lake-suite accommodations.

Eagle's Landing Golf Course, a par 72 championship course, offers 18 championship holes, a driving range, full-service pro shop and a clubhouse, all with spectacular mountain views. The newest  course in the area, the Par-Three Golf Course, features play after dark and as late as midnight. Located just off the Parkway and within walking distance to Governor's Crossing, providing 3 day passes, family discounts and special golfing packages.

One of America's great attractions, Forbidden Caverns is an underground world of history and mystery. Take a guided tour through natural chimneys, sparkling formations and crystal clear streams with special lighting and sound presentations.

Smokies Baseball, Tennessee's own AA Professional Baseball team, is family fun April through early September. Visit our area sports page for a complete list of opponents and schedules.      

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Seymour, TN 37865

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