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Feb 28, 2014

Set Your Sights on Gatlinburg for Spring Break!

March is just around the corner, and it's time to get a total change of scene -- It's almost Spring Break at colleges around the country! While there are a ton of destinations you could visit, Gatlinburg is the place to be this spring. You can do it all in Gatlinburg, from ziplining to rafting to sippin’ authentic moonshine in the Ole Smoky Moonshine Holler.  Here are a few other reasons to bring yourself to Gatlinburg this spring break.

1) It's a friendly city. Most definitely – from the fun shops on the Parkway that sell everything from fudge to clocks to good ol’ southern Ole Smoky Moonshine, to the Arts & Crafts Community where artists display their skills, you're bound to make some new friends most anywhere you go.

2) It's easy to get around in this city because you can just park your car and go anywhere on foot. You can also take the trolley wherever you want to go, and it’s affordable too. The trolley system will take you from the National Park all the way to Pigeon Forge and anywhere in between.

3) Many places offer tours and samples. Stop by the Holler, the Ole Smoky Moonshine® Distillery, for a true moonshine experience backed by 200 years of Appalachian tradition that you'll taste in each of our signature flavors. We even offer some seasonal flavors you can't get anywhere else. Now the fun doesn't stop there. You can buy some 'shine and get you some Ole Smoky gear to remember us by, too. While you’re in the Holler, swing by the tastin’ stations to sample all our flavors! Oh, and we’ve got a new flavor of moonshine for you to try, pineapple – just in time for spring!

Now get on down here to Gatlinburg for Spring Break, visit with us around town, and don't forget to Shine Responsibly!

Tags: spring break, spring, gatlinburg