Scenic mountain views abound in Wears Valley, located between Pigeon Forge and Townsend. Wears Valley residents have their own entrance into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, America’s most visited national park. There are many benefits to living in Wears Valley, from the wonderful local restaurants, close proximity to events, to year-round breathtaking views.
Local restaurants abound in Wears Valley. There are more than ten local favorites, from genuine Southern barbeque to moonshine to Cajun cuisine. From Italian to home-style cooking, you’re sure to find something to love. In between meals, you can take in one of the many lifestyles available, from adventurous zip lining to romantic excursions to family friendly hikes.
As we settle into fall, there’s plenty to do and see in Wears Valley. The proximity to Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Townsend provide plenty of activities from mini-golf to roller coasters to artisanal craft fairs. Wears Valley offers a small-town community, with less than ten thousand residents, yet you have a plethora of options for activities. From seasonal festivals to antique shopping to simply gazing at the wonder of nature around you, Wears Valley has plenty to offer.
Wears Valley consists of flat, fertile farmland is surrounded by the majesty of the Smoky Mountains in their ever-changing colors. From the brilliant quilt of scarlet, gold and orange that blanket the mountains in the fall to the white capped peaks in winter to the blue-fog that adorns them on a summer’s eve, the Smoky Mountains provide a beautiful backdrop to make memories.
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