5 Best Fall Things to Do in the Smoky Mountains

Apple Barn Cider Mill & General Store

The Apple Barn Cider Mill & General Store in Sevierville is a 1910 barn with over 4,000 apple trees. Apple Barn is well-known for its apple orchards, fresh apple cider, apple fritters, homemade apple butter, sauces, and candies, as well as its Cider Room, Apple Pie Kitchen, Candy Factory.

Great Smoky Mountain Railroad

There are many ways to see the beauty of the Smoky Mountains and their spectacular fall colors, but hitching a ride on the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad is undoubtedly one of the best.

Go Horseback Riding

Check out Smokemont Riding Stables, Smoky Mountain Riding Stables, and Sugarlands Riding Stables for horseback rides that will take you more into the rugged terrain of the Smokies.

Gatlinburg Space Needle

If you want to experience the thrill of the Smokies in the fall without having to hike, visit the Gatlinburg Space Needle.

Drive Along Newfound Gap Road

If you’re looking for the most scenic views of the Smokies in the fall, those on Newfound Gap Road are hard to beat.

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