Sevierville, with a population of under 11,000, hosts and entertains tens of thousands with its wide range of music theaters, kids attractions, shopping outlets and malls, golf courses and its historic downtown. In addition, it is known internationally as the home town of Dolly Parton. Dolly Parton was born in Sevierville TN and the Smoky Mountains along with her 11 siblings. She performed locally for several years before leaving for Nashville after she graduated from Sevier County High School. The rest, as they say, is history, as she went on win numerous awards as a recording artist and actress. Jim Gray, local artist, sculpted the statue that graces the lawn of Sevierville TN’s courthouse. Dolly Parton unveiled the statue of herself in May, 1987, while her family looked on. In 1986, Dolly opened her Dollywood entertainment park in nearby Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Each April, Dolly returns to the area for the season’s opening and parade.

In addition, the Sevierville TN area is a great place for anyone looking to experience more of the historic side of the Smoky Mountain area. Sevierville TN is a bit quieter than Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, and it’s only a couple of short minutes from all of the big attractions and shopping areas along the Parkway. Start planning your vacation to Sevierville TN today!


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Sevierville, Tennessee (pronounced Se-VEER-vill, with accent on the second syllable), is a small mountain town named for John Sevier, the first governor of Tennessee. It traces it’s roots back to just after the founding of this country, when pioneers left the “crowded” east and moved west to establish homes and farms. It wasn’t until the development of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park that Sevierville, TN started attracting tourists as a getaway for millions of visitors each year. Today the area welcomes over 9 million visitors a year, giving the Smoky Mountains the title of “Most Visited National Park.” For visitors, there’s plenty of great places to stay, including some of the best Sevierville cabin rentals.

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