2013 has been the summer of sharks. Fortunately, we are not referring to an uptick in shark attacks, but rather this summer’s multitude of shark related pop culture events. In July, the SyFy channel released Sharknado, a campy made-for-TV disaster film about a waterspout that lifts sharks out of the ocean, creating a carnivorous tornado that terrorizes the streets of Los Angeles.
It’s no secret that Gatlinburg is home to some delicious restaurants to choose from. Ranging from All-American to ocean-inspired, it’s easy to get lost in the all the choices. To help visitors find narrow their search, Park Place on the River composed a list of the best Gatlinburg pizza restaurants.
This Halloween, get your freaky on at Ripley’s Haunted Adventure in Gatlinburg. Halloween in Gatlinburg has never been creepier with Fright Nights’ new show “Voodoo 13”. The terrifying venue features a character parade, a different scary show every weekend, and a special weekend Fright Nights which is included with the price of general admission. Shows are at 6:13pm on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays in October and the ghouls and goblins of the night will happily scare the pants off of unsuspecting visitors over the age of 6.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a vast and beautiful wonderland of mountainous terrain, breathtaking waterfalls, abundant wildlife and nature’s best display of flora and fauna. Millions of visitors each year take in the scenes by enjoying hiking, fishing, nature walks, camping and historical structures. There are ample photo opportunities within the park to commemorate your special trip.