Fall “Instagrammable” Spots of Dollywood

Bright and early one recent morning, my fellow intern, Hank, and I were able to experience Dollywood in all of its glory as we checked out the park’s most “Instagrammable” spots. Being the millennials we are, we were thrilled! It is without a doubt that Dollywood is a beautiful park, but when you start to look closer, you realize that almost every step provides beautiful scenery, colorful details and stunning photo ops. With the leaves beginning to change and pumpkins galore, there was no better time to experience the Harvest Festival and see what makes this theme park so special.

Click through the photos to see where you can find these locations. We had a blast finding these hidden gems, and now it’s your turn! Tag us @dollywood so we can see your version of Dollywood’s “Insta- worthy” locations. With the Christmas season around the corner, there will be even more to come!

As you start heading down Showstreet, stop at this beautiful Harvest tree for your first photo op!

There is no way you will miss the cornucopia right in the middle of Market Square!

Just to the right of Market Square, pick your pose with a giant pumpkin friend.

As you walk under Market Square dining, this wall of colorful crates can be found right on the backside.

Behind Back Porch Theater in Rivertown Junction, you can find these fun sunflower displays.

Making the trek up to The Village is very rewarding when a hay barn and horses are at the top.

Play some games in Craftsman’s Valley and win a cute plush!

At The Plaza at Wilderness Pass, check out the 40-foot pumpkin tree and breathtaking vine archway.

Rounding out your picture tour, make sure to snag some photos with the pumpkin displays in Timber Canyon.

By | 2018-10-22T13:53:09+00:00 October 22nd, 2018|Trip Planning|0 Comments

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Growing up in East Tennessee, Dollywood has been a major part of Brayden’s life for as long as she can remember. Now, Brayden is thrilled to see her life come full circle from a young child spending weekends in the park to interning in her dream role with the company. Pursuing a degree in Public Relations at the University of Tennessee, Brayden has one year until she begins ‘real life.’ After graduation, she hopes to continue working in entertainment, most specifically for a theme park! Outside of her love for Dollywood, Brayden spends her time cheering on the Vols at basketball games, visiting her family back home, and volunteering at church. She loves to live a fun and adventurous life, hoping that her personality translates to the blogs as well!
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