If your family loves to go swimming, you can’t beat Park Place on the River! Here are four reasons that you’ll love staying at a Gatlinburg condo with a pool:

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1. Cool Off on a Hot Day

Tennessee can get mighty hot, and what better way to cool off than in a clear, sparkling pool? Jump, float, splash or find a lovely inflatable recliner and float the afternoon away in our spacious pool. Fitness minded folks can get in a great workout swimming some laps without breaking a sweat.

2. Meet New Friends

When you hang out by the pool, you’re bound to meet fellow travelers and families. Relax and chat while you watch the kids play with new pals. Pools are perfect spots to bring people together to share tips on favorite Gatlinburg attractions and recreational activities. From the best spots for fly fishing to the hottest dinner shows, visitors love to share the excitement of an East Tennessee holiday.

3. Wind Down After an Amazing Day

Moms and dads need a chance to relax and unwind after a busy day hiking, cycling or Outdoor pool at Park Place on the Rivervisiting fun-filled attractions like Ripley’s Aquarium, the Great Smoky Mountain National Park or the Gatlinburg Space Needle. While the kids splash and play in the pool, grownups can chat, read a book, catch up on email or just take in the breathtaking Smokies scenery.

4. Keep the Kids Happy

All kids love staying at a Gatlinburg condo with a pool. There will be far less complaining of being bored at the condo when Park Place’s big, inviting outdoor pool is just steps away. They’ll be playing in the sun and having a blast instead of lying around indoors during downtime and staring at the TV. And if the kids are content, Mom and Dad will be happy too!

To start planning your vacation in the Great Smoky Mountains, visit our Gatlinburg Condos on the River page, or give us a call at 1-800-321-5798.

 

Jason Fishman is a writer and editor specializing in history, dining, travel and tourism. In his spare time, he enjoys science fiction, breakfast food and bad puns.