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Price and Availability Index Gatlinburg
Vacation Rental Price Information in Gatlinburg
This graph displays average prices of the vacation rentals and holiday apartments located in Gatlinburg. The most expensive dates to travel to Gatlinburg are in December (12/22 - 12/29). Vacation rental prices go down to $182 per night in January (1/26 - 2/2).
Rental Availability Information in Gatlinburg
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of vacation rentals in Gatlinburg. It is in July that you will find the week with the least available rentals (7/28 - 8/4). The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in December (12/8 - 12/15).
The Weather in Gatlinburg
Find the Gatlinburg climate diagram. June is the warmest month in Gatlinburg with average maximum temperatures of 87°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 28°. Bring your umbrella in March, the rainiest month of the year!
Rent a Gatlinburg Cabin to Enjoy the Majestic Smoky Mountains
Soar into the heights of the Smoky Mountains and look down on the clouds over Gatlinburg. Spot black bears from your wooden cabin roaming amongst the wilderness. Take a trek along over 800 miles of trails, or take to the skies and try one of the many zip line experiences on offer in Gatlinburg.
Paint the town red
Home to the largest collective of independent artisans in North America, Gatlinburg is a haven for artists. Encounter real Appalachian art and handmade crafts created before your eyes in the studios and workshops. Observe the production process of these highly skilled artisans and purchase products oozing with heritage to remember your experience. Along the loop, there are over a hundred craftspeople displaying candles, quilts, watercolor paintings, and other handmade goods.
Great experiences for children in Gatlinburg
Young explorers can't get enough of Gatlinburg with over 800 miles of trails, camping ground, and horseriding trails. Teach them how to ski and snowboard, or ride down the mountain side on slides and tubes. Thrill seekers also whizz along a zip line over the dazzling natural environment, or even try whitewater rafting in rapids ranging from class 1 to class 4. On dry land, there's a mirror maze for those looking for something calmer. After all that, make a visit to Ripley's Aquarium, voted number one nationwide.
The best Gatlinburg has to offer
Ride the Aerial Tramway and Ski Mountain Coaster into the heights of the escarpment at this incredible ski park where you can encounter indigenous species and enjoy remarkable views at the Wildlife Centre and viewing area.
Gatlinburg Space Needle
From this 342-foot high observation deck, you can take in views of the entire city and the Smoky Mountains. There's even a virtual roller coaster, arcades, and old-style photography, so you won't need your selfie stick at Gatlinburg.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Black bears, wildflowers, historic homes and beautiful churches are some of the great features of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Trek through the stunning scenery that includes waterfalls, bluffs, and blackberries whilst keeping a safe distance from the majestic, wild black bears.
Little Pigeon River
The birds have chosen this spot as their favorite, and you'll agree after enjoying this amazing attraction with the kids. Drive go-karts, play a round of miniature golf, or check out Dollywood - those are just a couple of options for a fun-filled family day out.
Mount Le Conte
Hike the spectacular mountain to altitudes of 6,400 feet, and ascend past the cloud cover that lies beneath you like a peaceful layer of cotton. On your way, you'll witness some of the Smokies' most spectacular views.
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