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Ho Ho Holiday Lights!

In December, the temperatures get colder and outdoor activities become harder to find. This holiday season, grab the family and enjoy all the holiday lights East Tennessee has to offer. Here a a few places you and your family can go to see all the beautiful holiday lights:


Sevier County’s Winterfest

Sevier County has over 15 million lights throughout the county, and you can view these either on your own or by riding the Gatlinburg Winter Magic Trolley Ride of Lights. This is a fun experience for the whole family and is open through February 28, so you have plenty of time to see the magic.


Rock City’s Garden of Lights

Right on the Georgia-Tennessee line, not only will you “see Rock City” but you will also see all the lights Chattanooga has to offer! In Rock City’s Enchanted Garden of Lights you will have the chance to see over 1 million lights. You can also visit Ruby Falls Christmas Underground. Both are only a short drive from Tellico Village.


Bristol Speedway

Travel a 5-mile route to see over 2 million lights throughout Bristol’s pinnacle speedway. The speedway also offers an ice skating rink and has several Christmas shops which will be fun for the whole family.


Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas

Dollywood features over 4 million lights throughout the park. Whether they’re on buildings, gardens, signs, or throughout the Parade of Many Colors, Dollywood is guaranteed to put you in the holiday spirit. The park is open through January 3, 2018.


Knox County’s Holiday Festival of Lights

December 15-30 at the Cove in Knoxville, you can see the annual Holiday Festival of Lights. This 3-mile trail has several different light displays synchronized to music for a twist from your typical light display.


Make sure to get outside this holiday season and see all that Tellico Village has to offer! Looking to make Tellico Village your home? Contact one of our Crye Leike realtors today at (865) 458-3000 to find the perfect home for you and your family. We have several homes with marvelous views of Tellico Lake and the Great Smoky Mountains. Want to schedule a tour? CLICK HERE!

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