Smoky Mountains – Oct 13-17, 2019
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Smoky Mountains
Sunday, October 13 – Thursday, October 17, 2019
$839.00 per person double
$779.00 per person triple
$729.00 per person quad
$1,089.00 per person single
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Deduct $50.00 per person if paid in full by July 12, 2019.
Depart Lafayette at 7:00 AM, Lebanon at 7:30 AM and Indianapolis at 8:00 AM.
Includes motorocoach transportation, 4 nights lodging, luggage handling, 4-meals (3 breakfasts & 1 dinner), admissions per itinerary and Imperial Escort.
Gaylord Opryland Resort – Overnight at this luxury resort featuring 9 acres of lush indoor gardens and cascading waterfalls.
Enjoy a ride aboard the Delta Riverboat. Travel down a scenic river winding through the indoor garden. Take in the natural beauty while a guide shares facts about the Delta’s plants and fish.
Opry Mills – Tennessee’s largest outlet and value retail destination with over 200 stores.
Stonehaus Winery – Located in the beautiful Cumberland Plateau. Sample some of the best in southern wines!
Enjoy the sights of the Fall Colors from the beautiful Tennessee River aboard the Star of Knoxville Dinner Cruise.
Pigeon Forge, TN
Dollywood Harvest Festival – Spanning 150 acres in the Great Smoky Mountains, Dollywood offers more than 40 world class rides and high-energy entertainment. The park becomes even more spectacular in the fall with their Great Pumpkin LumiNights, Southern Gospel Jubilee and so much more!
Anakeesta, Gatlinburg’s Newest Attraction – Soar above the City of Gatlinburg and enjoy the spectacular views aboard their Chondola. Choose to ride in an open air quad chair or 6-person enclosed gondola cabin. This scenic ride takes you up 600’ to the summit of Anakeesta Mountain where you will enter the whimsical Firefly Village. Enjoy time to visit Vista Gardens Walk with interpretive signs, elevated 16-bridge Tree Canopy Walk, shopping and dining at Firefly Village.
Gatlinburg is the gateway to the Smoky Mountains and the home of over 500 unique stores, galleries and restaurants all within walking distance. From shoes and apparel to one-of-a-kind gifts and souvenirs.
Museum of the Appalachia– Visit this living history museum. A pioneer mountain farm-village that tells the stories of everyday Appalachian folks and families through artifacts and the stories they left behind.