Are you an amazing angler or a fishing fanatic? If so, Park Place on the River is the place to be! Our condos in Gatlinburg are located right along the Little Pigeon River, one of the best fishing spots in the Great Smoky Mountains. When you stay with us, you’ll be steps away from a fisherman’s paradise.
You may have heard the expression, “it’s the clothes that make the man”. At Park Place on the River we use a more accurate expression: “it’s the amenities that make the condo”. There are plenty of places to stay in the Smokies, so we distinguish ourselves by offering the very best amenities in our Gatlinburg condos. Here are three special features at Park Place on the River that will transform your vacation:
Here is the problem. The point of a vacation is to relax and de-stress. However, the process of planning your vacation is not relaxing and can actually cause stress. In fact, taking your vacation can be so stressful that you might even feel like you need another vacation just to recover from the first! Where does the madness end?!
Fortunately, Park Place on the River is here to help. We’ve put together some advice that will cut out the stress from your vacation and actually let you enjoy your time off.
Nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains, the city of Gatlinburg draws visitors from all around the country. With exciting attractions, quaint shops and wonderful restaurants, downtown Gatlinburg is an amazing place to spend a family vacation. When you stay at our condos in Gatlinburg you will be within walking distance of everything the downtown area has to offer.
Are you ready to play in the largest arcade in the Smoky Mountains? Located at the base of the Gatlinburg Space Needle, Arcadia is a 25,000 square foot family fun center packed with state of the art games and attractions. Just minutes away from our Gatlinburg condos, Arcadia has something for everyone.
How would you like to fly through the air on the longest zipline in the United States? Located minutes away from our condos in Gatlinburg, Legacy Mountain Ziplines offers exhilarating canopy tours of the Great Smoky Mountains. With seven ziplines up to 2,500 feet long, thrillseekers will have the time of their lives at Legacy Mountain.
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.