DOWNTOWN SEVIERVILLE TENNESSEE
Sevierville Tennessee is a quaint little town surrounded by the Great Smoky Mountains!
This picturesque village was founded in 1795. It was named for the first governor of Tennessee, John Sevier. Not only is it the largest town in Sevier County, it is one of the oldest in the state!
Sevierville Tennessee is an excellent vacation choice with much to see and do! Enjoy great shopping, sports, excellent hotel accommodations, outdoor adventures, and more! You’ll love being surrounded by the community’s southern charm. It’s a relaxed, friendly environment filled with excitement for the whole family!
There are excellent hotel/motel accommodations from low-budget to luxury. It's a great place to stay. Enjoy a taste of hometown living nestled comfortably in the Great Smoky Mountains only 10 miles from the National park.
Wherever you choose to go in this town, you're bound to find a bargain. It's so much fun going through all the cool specialty shops! If you're a true bargain hunter, you're sure to find treasure rummaging through the huge flea markets and thrift stores. And let's not forget those "state of the art" stores and malls! There's a lot of great shopping to be had all over the area!
It is a wonderful place to worship! Feel the power of God’s presence inside one of the many churches in the area. The power of God can be felt strongly here as you experience a taste of that “ole time religion” that has become an intricate part of Sevierville’s heritage.
Sevierville is a town filled with family fun and entertainment! From adventures in history, to theaters, and shopping, you’ll love all the wonderful fun-filled things available right at your fingertips in, and around this lovely area.
When it’s time to experience the mountains, you’re just a “stone’s throw” from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. There are thousands of hiking trails, miles of fishing streams,horseback riding, camping, picnicking, 4-wheeling, or just about anything else you can think of..
It's an easy little town to get to, and about a day's drive for over half of our country's population. Travel I-40, then exit when you get to 407. You may want to check out Travel Tips before getting started.