Once the "Moonshine Capital" of the world, Cosby, Tennessee offers the second largest campground and trail head in the Great Smoky Mountains as well as a secluded entrance into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Cosby, Tennessee is also the site for the state’s oldest festival, the Cosby Ramp Festival.
The festival attracts thousands of visitors each May to enjoy great music, food and family fun! Outdoor adventures await around every corner with biking, golfing, swimming, kayaking, whitewater rafting, horseback riding, hiking and camping.
The North Carolina towns of Asheville, North Carolina features the world famous Biltmore Estate and Cherokee, North Carolina offers the Cherokee Botanical Garden and Nature Trail, Museum of the Cherokee Indian, and Harrah's Cherokee Casino.
To the southwest the mountain valley town of Gatlinburg, Tennessee features a quaint downtown area filled with charming shops and eateries and just a couple of miles from downtown Garlinburg is one of the nation's top ranked ski resorts, Ober Gatlinburg. Gatlinburg, Tennessee is also the home of the The Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community an 8-mile loop of internationally reknowned and local artisans and crafters.
The nearby Great Smoky Mountains towns of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, and Sevierville, Tennessee offer shopping, dining, and live entertainment. Wears Valley, Tennessee, Cosby, Tennessee, Cade's Cove, and Townsend, Tennessee offer spectacular Smoky Mountains vistas as well as hiking, rafting, fishing, golf, camping, and many more Great Smoky Mountains vacation adventures.