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Fall is Here

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Fall has officially arrived...even if the temperatures tell another story!

Leaves are beginning to change, animals are preparing for the weather, and we are ready for all things Fall! What's not to love about sitting around a bonfire, the crisp cool air, the smell of pumpkin pie, the taste of a hot cup of apple cider, spending time with the family going on a hay ride to find the perfect pumpkin for carving!

Check out below for some fun activities and delicious recipes to get your whole family excited about Fall!

2017 Love Loud Corn Maze:
Check First Baptist Church of Sevierville's 3rd annual Love Loud Corn Maze. It is their way of giving back to the community and we are loving it. Everything is free and there's something for everyone. Corn maze for the entire family, small corn maze for the little tykes, hay ride, popcorn, pumpkins, games, s'mores, photo opportunities and more. Check it out across from Sevierville City Park October 2,3,4, and 6. It opens at 5:30 and las…

Local Favorite: Johnson's Family Restaurants

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Tourist destinations like Sevier County have their share of chain restaurants, but it is the small individually, owned establishments that the locals hold near and dear to their hearts. These restaurants are often off the beaten path or offer delicious favorites that keep the locals and guests to our area coming back often.

The Johnson's Family Restaurants is a group of restaurants located in Sevier County that offer great food, excellent service, treat their employees well, serve everyone like their family, and give back to the community. They opened their first restaurant in 1991 and haven't looked back. They lost one of their restaurants to the devastating fires in November 2016, but that did not stop them. They continued to pay their employees salaries and helped those who lost their homes secure permanent housing. Soon after the devastating wildfires they opened two new restaurants in Gatlinburg. On October 2, 2017, less than a year after the fires, they will be re-openin…