Sevierville, Tennessee Attractions

Sevierville, Tennessee Attractions
Located just minutes from Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Sevierville makes a great base camp for outdoor enthusiasts. Hike on more than 800 miles of maintained trails in the national park--pick up a hiking guide at the Sevierville Visitor Center to get your bearings. You can also hike, fish, canoe and explore in and around Sevierville itself. Or rent a boat at the Mountain Cove Marina, and enjoy lake fishing or swimming. Take your adventure to a different level at these local attractions.

NASCAR Speedpark

Pretend you're a high-speed NASCAR professional at this park--drive a smaller-sized version of a Sprint Cup car on the premier D-oval shaped course, and see what it really feels like. Or choose to race on one of several other tracks, each with its own challenges and features. Plus, you can race bumper boats, play miniature golf or climb the indoor rock climbing wall. Grab a few friends and get into simulated racing in an 80 percent scale NASCAR race car. The park offers a 50-game arcade and many more rides geared for adults and children alike.

Nascar Speedpark
1545 Parkway
Sevierville, TN 37862
(865) 908-5500

Eagle's Landing Golf Club

Play a round at this public 18-hole championship course. Golfers of all skill levels enjoy the game here thanks to its five sets of tees. The par 72 layout offers great views of the Smoky Mountains and other nearby scenery. Enjoy breakfast or lunch at the club's Eagle's Landing Café--you can also order quick snacks at the Eagle's Nest Grill. Improve your game at the club's full service practice facility with its driving range, pitching area, two practice bunkers and a putting green.

Eagle's Landing Golf Club
1556 Old Knoxville Hwy
Sevierville, TN 37876
(865) 429-4223

Smoky Mountain River Romp

Kayak or tube down the secluded Little Pigeon River during the summer and early fall for a great way to experience the peace and quiet of the Smoky Mountains. This company puts you in the water at the company's headquarters, also known as the "Barn." You then drift or paddle 2.5 miles and exit at a pavilion where you use a phone to call in for a ride back. Once back at the Barn, take another ride or go have lunch and return to get on the river again.

Smokey Mountain River Romp
1980 Pittman Center Road
Sevierville, TN 37862
(865) 774-5994

Article Written By Nancy Wagner

Nancy Wagner is a marketing strategist and speaker who started writing in 1998. She writes business plans for startups and established companies and teaches marketing and promotional tactics at local workshops. Wagner's business and marketing articles have appeared in "Home Business Journal," "Nation’s Business," "Emerging Business" and "The Mortgage Press," among others. She holds a B.S. from Eastern Illinois University.

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