Sevierville, Tennessee


What is there to do in Sevierville, Tennessee? More than you ever imagined. Spend the day visiting exciting attractions and the nights attending spectacular shows. Eat everything from home cooking to exotic dinners at a wide variety of restaurantsand shop at the best malls in the Great Smoky Mountains. Spa away the day with a massage and body wrap at one of our full-servicespas or say “fore” on the 18th hole at any of Sevierville’s golf courses. Sevierville even offers outdoor adventures from fishing and hikingto trail riding and whitewater rafting.


While there are always exciting things to see and do in Sevierville, there are also special events that add extra fun to any visit.


When visiting the Great Smoky Mountains area of Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Sevierville is the ideal lodging destination. Our convenient location to I-40 means you can settle into your vacation as soon as you get into town. When you’re ready to explore all that Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg have to offer, our convenient new roads let you easily move from one city to another.

Sevierville offers a wide variety of lodging to fit your needs. Snuggle into a cozy Sevierville cabin, enjoy the excitement of the Parkway at a convenient hotel or condo or splash down at one of Sevierville’s new water park hotels.


Sevierville is located within a day’s drive of well-over half the nation’s population. Best of all … getting here is easy!

By car: Interstate 40 Exit 407 is the best way to reach Sevierville. For more information use one of the helpful maps below.

By plane: Sevierville is less than an hour from Knoxville’s McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS), which has 100 commercial flights per day. Car rental and taxi service are available from this airport.

By private jet: Use the Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge Airport, located in Sevierville. Once you’re here, Sevierville offers taxi service as well as car rentals.

Navigating Hwy 66 Construction

Highway 66 through Sevier County is currently undergoing construction to add additional lanes and help make it even easier to visit Sevierville and the Great Smoky Mountains area. To help our visitors out, traffic congestion due to construction is being held to a minimum thanks to two things the Tennessee Department of Transportation is doing: 1) the main parts of the construction are taking place in the evening and overnight hours and 2) two lanes remain open at all times (which is the same number of lanes there have always been). As always, you’ll find less traffic during the week, so planning to arrive and depart on weekdays will definitely lessen your chances of meeting heavy traffic.


Visiting Businesses on Hwy 66

The construction process has been planned to create the least impact possible for travel on Hwy 66. Because of this, it is just as easy as ever to reach all the businesses on Hwy 66.

Hwy 66 Questions?

If you have questions concerning the construction on Hwy 66, please feel free to call the Sevierville Visitor Center (9am-6pm) at 1-888-738-4378. For detailed information about the Hwy 66 Improvement Project, visit For the most recent information, follow the project on Twitter at


Trolly Information

Sevierville trolleys operate from 8:30am to midnight early March through October and run daily 10am to 10pm, November and December (Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day). Sevierville Trolley fares are 50 cents each time you board the trolley. Trolley drivers will accept exact fare only.


Trolley stops are located at the Sevierville Events Center, Sevier County Courthouse, River Place Shopping Center, Sevierville Municipal Complex, Wal-Mart, Governor’s Crossing, Tanger Five Oaks Factory Outlet Center and the Apple Barn as well as several spots along the Parkway.

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