Welcome to Dollywood’s New Blog!
Here, you’ll find information to help you make the most of your trip to the Smoky Mountains. Not only will we give you behind-the-scenes information, tips, and hints on the best things to do at Dollywood and beyond, but most importantly, we hope you’ll find ideas to help you plan an experience your family will remember forever.
You will see regular posts from a number of people about their favorite things to do and enjoy in the Smokies. With multiple people contributing to this blog, our hope is to provide a broad range of topics so everyone can find something of interest to them. Some of our contributors have lived here their whole lives, while some have moved here recently. Others are frequent visitors to the area, and others have only been here a few times. The one thing they all have in common? They all have a love and appreciation for the beautiful area we call the Great Smoky Mountains.
Check back often to see which new adventure we embark upon next. Also, please feel free to reach out to us with post ideas or other things you would like to know more about. This blog is for you, so let us know what you want to see!
“I’m dreaming of a white Christmas, just like the ones I used to know...” One of my favorite Christmas songs is just a holiday wish, especially for a Southern girl who usually doesn’t see [...]
Before I start this blog, I’ll go ahead and admit the obvious. Working at Dollywood is pretty cool. There I’ve said it, now we can all move on! With that statement hanging out there, [...]
Lots of people love Christmas, and I’m right there with them. Christmas trees of different shapes and themes. Christmas cookies – especially anything that involves gingerbread. Holiday decorations galore. But I have one Christmas [...]
As you have probably heard by now, Great Pumpkin LumiNights has been a tremendous success thanks to the support we’ve received from all of you so far! We knew this event would be a [...]
Editor's Note: This is a guest post written by Dollywood’s Entertainment Manager, Roger White. When I was a teenager, I worked at a small 1000-watt AM radio station located in a mill valley town [...]