Top 4 Ways to Save Money on Your Gatlinburg Vacation
You will be pleasantly surprised to know that Gatlinburg is one of the most affordable places in the USA to take a family vacation! There are not only a wide variety of lodging options for all budgets, but plenty of things to see and do that won’t cost a dime! When you are ready for a fun trip that won’t break the bank, come on down to the Smoky Mountains! Here are the top 4 ways to save money on your Gatlinburg vacation:
1. Share a Cabin Rental
The awesome thing about a Gatlinburg vacation is that you will find we have tons of wonderful places to stay! Since you will find plenty of cabins with multiple bedrooms, one of the easiest ways to save money is by sharing the price of a cabin rental with a group of family members or friends! This not only comes out cheaper than staying in separate hotel rooms, but you get many more amenities including fully equipped kitchens, private decks, hot tubs, fireplaces and game rooms!
2. Head Into the National Park
If you are coming to Gatlinburg to enjoy the beauty of the Smokies, spend at least one day exploring the scenic trails at Great Smoky Mountains National Park! This beloved park features miles of spectacular hiking options, as well as the chance to see wildlife, historical structures, waterfalls, wildflowers and more! The best part is that there is no admission fee into the park, so you could spend the entire day in the park without spending any money! Other free things to do in Gatlinburg include people watching along the Parkway, strolling the Gatlinburg Trail and exploring the Gatlinburg Arts & Crafts Community!
3. Take Advantage of Our Specials Deals
Another way to save money on your Gatlinburg vacation is by taking advantage of our money saving specials deals! After all, we know that you will want to stay in a cabin that won’t just fit your family, but also your budget. Check out all of the hot deals we’re offering right now and save money of lodging so you can spend more time and money doing all the fun Gatlinburg activities!
4. Pack a Picnic Lunch
While there is certainly no shortage of tempting restaurants in Gatlinburg, it can get expensive to dine out for all of your meals! As an alternative, pack a picnic lunch to enjoy in Great Smoky Mountains National Park or one of the city owned parks such as Herbert Holt Park, Mynatt Park and Mills Park! You can pick up picnic supplies from Old Dad’s General Store at the south end of Gatlinburg, or stock up at the Kroger, Food City and Publix just north of town in Pigeon Forge.
Now that you know how to save money on your Gatlinburg vacation, check out all of the fun things to do in Gatlinburg to plan your trip! Also, browse through all of our cabin options to find the perfect place to stay!