Road Trip Itinerary: Midwest to Nashville, Great Smoky Mountains and Fun Things to See Along the Way (2022)

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Planning a summer road trip with the family? Need some ideas on where to go? Want to plan a road trip but the thought of planning makes you want to not even go?

Road trips can take a lot of research and planning. First you need to choose a destination, then figure out the best route, and finally find things to do along the way. If the destination is a new one and you are unfamiliar with the area, it can take a lot of time and work starting from scratch. I love to share my itineraries because I know just how much work it takes to plan them and some people just don’t enjoy that part. For me, planning the trip is nearly as much fun as actually going on it. Crazy I know! For those that hate planning and maybe even decide to skip the vacation because the planning stresses them out so much, I hope this can help.

Planning the Road Trip

To plan a route, I have been using Roadtrippers.com. More recently there have been many ads on this site and they have released a more enhanced version for a fee. I have also started to use AAA.com. Although this is a paid service ($60 a year), you also get great discounts on hotels and car rentals and even campsites. You can request a trip tik from their website or a travel specialist by phone. You tell them the destination cities and they will send you a bound book with step by step directons to each city including information on road closures and construction. MapQuest is free and has also been a great help and there is a part where you can add your cities to a route. The biggest determination I make when I plan a route is to look at driving time. I try not to pick a destination that is over 7 hours drive time. When looking for campgrounds along a route I cosult KOA, TripAdvisor, as well as AAA.

Sample Itinerary

Last summer we planned a road trip from the Midwest with the final destinations being Nashville and the Great Smoky Mountains. If you are thinking of traveling out this way, check it out.

Road Trip Itinerary: Midwest to Nashville, Great Smoky Mountains and Fun Things to See Along the Way (1)1. Mount Pleasant, Iowa 2. Hannibal, MO 3. Kentucky Lakes, KY 4. Nashville 5. Gatlinburg, TN 6. Cherokee, NC 7. Mile High Campground, NC

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8.-9. Ashville, NC 10. Cincinnati, OH 11. Crawfordsville, IN 12. Peoria, IL

Day 1. (Drive 6 hours)

First day we drove leaving after work from Minneapolis through Rochester and into Iowa. We did not make reservations for this night and thought we would find something along the way depending on how long we wanted to drive. We have had pretty good luck with this and being able find a place last minute. It helps to keep a KOA book of campgrounds handy. Our plans got altered however when we blew a tire on the 5th wheel. We ended up finding a Walmart in Mount Pleasant, Iowa and asked if we could spend the night in the parking lot. They were good about it and said we could but had to leave by 7 am or so. It was ironic to us that we ended up here because it really was such a great experience and they were so nice and helpful with our tire situation. The town sure is living up to its name.

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Day 2-3 (Drive 7 hours)

Our route then took us through Hannibal, Missouri where we were able to stop for lunch and explore the town a bit. This is Mark Twain’s boyhood home and if we would have had more time could have taken a boat ride down the river. They also have a Mark Twain Cave tour and a haunted ghost tour. There are historic buildings and museums to check out and see the city through the eyes of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn. We continued on to Prizer Point KOA/ Kentucky Lakes ( 5 1/2 hours) where we had pre made reservations at the KOA. This is a great camping area to experience life on the water in Kentucky. There is a marina to rent all kinds of boats, campsites right on the water and even fishing from shore. They have 2 pool and a playground, biking trails and a ropes course.Road Trip Itinerary: Midwest to Nashville, Great Smoky Mountains and Fun Things to See Along the Way (3)
Road Trip Itinerary: Midwest to Nashville, Great Smoky Mountains and Fun Things to See Along the Way (4)Beautiful Campsite at Prizer Point KOA

Day 4-6 Drive for Nashville. (1 hour 35 minutes)

Driving to Nashville was under 2 hours the next morning. There are 3 campgrounds just north of downtown Nashville which are all on the same service road. The last one is the KOA, then Two Rivers Campground, and finally Jellystone is the closest to the exit. The Nashville KOA we stayed at offered a shuttle to downtown, but you do have to pay a fee, so we drove and paid for parking on the street or in one of the lots when we went downtown. We stayed 3 nights so that we had 2 full days to enjoy the sites. Nashville has so many fun things for kids to explore including the Grand Ole Opry, Opry Mills, The Country Music Hall of Fame, and the many Honky Tonks. To read more about things to do in Nashville, check out my other posts.

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Day 7 -8 (4+ hours)

After an exciting time in the city, we headed to Elkmont Campground near Gaitlenberg, TN in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. If I have one piece of advice- Do not use MapQuest to get into the park. It took us on a road we never should have been on with a camper! Go to the main entrance near Gaitlenberg. Cell service is not good in the park so have paper maps. We stayed 2 nights at the campground which can be booked HERE. We then had one full day in the park. There are many great things to do in this area, (check out my other blog posts to learn more) including fishing, hiking, and visiting Clingman’s Dome.

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Day 9

The next day we headed to the south side of the Smoky Mountains to Cherokees/ Great Smokies KOA. We chose this campground because it was right next to stocked trout fishing ponds and there was river tubing at the campground. We were close enough to town that we could go to theOconaluftee Indian Village for their evening drama performance. It is an amazing show depicting the history of the area.

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Day 10 (Drive 2 hours)

We then drove the Blue Ridge Parkway to a Camground found with an online search at the top of a mountain called Mile High Campground. Another piece of advice- don’t go on the Blue Ridge Parkway with a camper until you research which parts have height restrictions. We avoided a major problem. We spent one night here to experience the views and had some unexpected visitors.
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Road Trip Itinerary: Midwest to Nashville, Great Smoky Mountains and Fun Things to See Along the Way (9)

Day 11 (Drive 1 hour+ due to windy roads)

The next day we took the freeway to Ashworth, NC and found another campground on the top of a mountain for 2 nights called Campfire Lodgings. From here there are many places to explore including Biltmore Mansion, horseback riding and access to a cave where we could look for jewels. A list of other great things to do can be found on their Visitor Website.Road Trip Itinerary: Midwest to Nashville, Great Smoky Mountains and Fun Things to See Along the Way (10)

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Day 13 (Drive 9 hours)

Driving back home, we try not to make reservations but find places along the way so that we can drive as long as we are able. KOA is a good resource and we found an campground in Crawfordsville, Illinois.Road Trip Itinerary: Midwest to Nashville, Great Smoky Mountains and Fun Things to See Along the Way (11)

Day 14 (Drive 9 hours)

Home. We usually try to hit he road hard the last few days of a road trip. By this time we are ready to get home so we rarely stop and be tourists the last few days.

I think this would be a great route even with out a camper. Many of the KOAs have sleeping cabins and there also hotels near all of these areas, except for Mile High Campground. Without a camper, there would have more flexibility driving the Blue Ridge Parkway from Cherokee to Ashworth, North Carolina. There are tunnels and bridges along the Blue Ridge Parkway that do not accommodate larger campers. Overall this was a great route and itinerary for exploring this part of the country. We are so thankful for all the people we met along the way. We even learned our lesson the hard way a few times on this trip but keeping a positive attitude during these times helps make the adventure more memorable and exciting.

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FAQs

How close are Smoky Mountains from Nashville? ›

The direct drive from Nashville to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is 242 mi (389 km), and should have a drive time of 4 hrs 28 mins in normal traffic.

What is there to do between Gatlinburg and Nashville? ›

The top stops along the way from Nashville to Gatlinburg (with short detours) are Sugarlands Distilling Company, Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies, and Market Square. Other popular stops include The Island in Pigeon Forge, The Lost Sea Adventure, and Oconaluftee Visitor Center.

Is the drive from Nashville to Gatlinburg pretty? ›

The drive is overflowing with unforgettable sites, gorgeous landscapes and scenic attractions, such as Old Stone Fort State Archeological Park, The Lost Sea Adventure, Nantahala National Forest and many more.

Is Nashville near the Smoky Mountains? ›

The nearest big cities to the Smoky Mountains are Nashville, Tennessee; Charlotte, North Carolina; and Atlanta, Georgia, all of which are just two to three hours away by car.

Is Pigeon Forge close to Nashville? ›

How long is the drive from Pigeon Forge to Nashville? The direct drive from Pigeon Forge to Nashville is 213 mi (342 km), and should have a drive time of 3 hrs 17 mins in normal traffic.

How far apart are Nashville and Gatlinburg? ›

Gatlinburg is an easy 222-mile drive from Nashville along I-40, and with some nice adventures along the way.

What's the difference between Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg? ›

The major difference between Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge is their layout. In Gatlinburg, the majority of the city's most popular attractions, restaurants, and shops are all located in the downtown area.

How far apart is Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg? ›

The distance from Pigeon Forge to Gatlinburg is short, just five miles. For a different, but equally scenic route, drivers can take the Gatlinburg Bypass and, when it ends, take a left on 321/441. The Bypass is a beautiful road and offers even more views of the landscape.

How far is Graceland from Gatlinburg? ›

Yes, the driving distance between Graceland to Gatlinburg is 437 miles. It takes approximately 7h 22m to drive from Graceland to Gatlinburg.

What is there to see between Nashville and Pigeon Forge? ›

The top stops along the way from Nashville to Pigeon Forge (with short detours) are Market Square, Tuckaleechee Caverns, and The Lost Sea Adventure. Other popular stops include Fall Creek Falls, Zoo Knoxville, and Cummins Falls State Park.

Is Gatlinburg worth visiting? ›

Gatlinburg is a popular tourist destination, and it's easy to figure out why. This town is the main point of entry to the most visited national park in the United States. Even with more than 12 million park visitors each year, the little town of Gatlinburg does everything possible to make you feel welcome.

What is there to see between Nashville and Knoxville? ›

The top stops along the way from Knoxville to Nashville (with short detours) are Andrew Jackson's Hermitage, The Lost Sea Adventure, and Stones River National Battlefield. Other popular stops include Fall Creek Falls, Cummins Falls State Park, and American Museum of Science and Energy.

What is the best time to visit Smoky Mountains? ›

According to when most visitors come to the Smoky Mountains, the best time to visit the Smoky Mountains national park is during the months of June, July, and October. The months with the lowest visitation tend to be in the winter and spring.

What is the most visited city in Tennessee? ›

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Music City is getting ready to welcome thousands more tourists this summer. National Geographic has named Nashville the top destination in the world to visit in June.

Where is better to stay Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg? ›

Overall, Gatlinburg is more compact than Pigeon Forge, which creates a more pedestrian friendly area. There are some downsides to being in a smaller valley. Since there's not much open space or alternative routes, this mountain town tends to get more crowded than Pigeon Forge.

How far is Nashville from Graceland? ›

Yes, the driving distance between Nashville to Graceland is 216 miles. It takes approximately 3h 35m to drive from Nashville to Graceland.

How far is Nashville from Pigeon Falls? ›

Distance conversions
Distance typeMilesKilometers
Straight line distance182.29 mi293.37 km
Driving distance213 mi342.50 km

How many days do you need in the Smoky Mountains? ›

How many days should you spend in Great Smoky Mountains National Park? This park is full of scenic drives and hikes, and I recommend spending at least four full days in the park if you want to see the can't-miss sights.

What town is halfway between Gatlinburg and Nashville? ›

The city at the geographic halfway point from Nashville, TN to Gatlinburg, TN is Claysville, Tennessee.

Where is Dollywood located from Nashville? ›

The distance between Nashville and Dollywood is 185 miles. The road distance is 215.8 miles.

How much does it cost to walk across the SkyBridge in Gatlinburg Tennessee? ›

Costs are $24.95 for ages 12-64, $20.95 for ages 65 and older and $17.95 for ages 4-11. Children ages 3 and younger are free. Tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable.

Is Gatlinburg cheaper than Pigeon Forge? ›

So, when it comes down to it, Pigeon Forge is generally the cheaper option when comparing lodging, activities, and restaurants. However, there are exceptions to every rule. Be sure to compare prices for each city before making your final decision.

What is the best time of year to visit Gatlinburg? ›

The best time to visit Gatlinburg is during the fall – specifically in September and October. During these months, beautiful fall foliage takes the stage, and temperatures are mild(highs between 65 and 80) which attracts travelers from all over.

What is the rainiest month in Gatlinburg Tennessee? ›

Upslope, heat-driven airflow into the Great Smokies often generates summer rain and thunderstorms. Indeed, July's the wettest month in Gatlinburg and the Smoky Mountain region in general. Fall, by contrast, is typically the driest time of year in Gatlinburg. High pressure predominates and thunderstorms diminish.

Is Dollywood the same as Pigeon Forge? ›

Dollywood is in Pigeon Forge, just 25 miles from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and many of its attractions draw from the region's rich heritage.

Which city is closer to the entrance of the Smoky Mountain National Park? ›

Maggie Valley and Waynesville are the closest towns to the Cataloochee Valley area of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, known for elk herds and a ski resort.

How far is Jack Daniels distillery from Gatlinburg? ›

Yes, the driving distance between Great Smoky Mountains National Park to Jack Daniel's is 235 miles.

How far is Jack Daniels distillery from Pigeon Forge Tennessee? ›

The distance between Pigeon Forge and Jack Daniel's is 163 miles. The road distance is 207.2 miles.

Is Memphis or Nashville close to Gatlinburg? ›

The top cities between Gatlinburg and Memphis are Nashville, Knoxville, Townsend, and Franklin. Nashville is the most popular city on the route — it's 4 hours from Gatlinburg and 3 hours from Memphis.

How far is Graceland from Pigeon Forge? ›

How far is it from Pigeon Forge to Graceland? It is 370 miles from Pigeon Forge to Graceland.

How far apart is Gatlinburg and Knoxville? ›

A: Knoxville is approximately 35 miles from Gatlinburg.

How far apart is Nashville and Knoxville? ›

A: Knoxville is about 180 miles from Nashville when traveling along I-40. It takes approximately 2 hours and 40 minutes to travel between the two cities along the most direct route.

What should you not miss in the Smoky Mountains? ›

20 Can't-Miss Things to Do in the Smoky Mountains in 2020
  • The Island. The Island is one of the top attractions in Pigeon Forge! ...
  • Dollywood. ...
  • Anakeesta. ...
  • Mountain Mile & Tower Shops. ...
  • Chicken Guy! ...
  • Double Decker Bus Tours. ...
  • Pigeon Forge Chairlift. ...
  • Ober Gatlinburg.
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What is the number one thing to do in Gatlinburg? ›

Top Ten Gatlinburg Attractions
  • Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies.
  • Ole Smoky Moonshine.
  • Gatlinburg Sky Lift.
  • Hillbilly Golf.
  • Ripley's Haunted Adventure.
  • Gatlinburg Space Needle.
  • Ober Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway.
  • Hollywood Star Cars Museum.
17 May 2022

What is Gatlinburg famous food? ›

Check out these famous local dishes and eateries.
  • OGLE DOG AT FANNIE FARKLES. ...
  • DONUTS AT THE DONUT FRIAR. ...
  • DEVILED EGGS AT PARTON'S DELI. ...
  • GARLIC KNOTS AT BEST ITALIAN. ...
  • PANCAKES AT THE PANCAKE PANTRY. ...
  • SALAD BAR AT THE PEDDLER STEAKHOUSE. ...
  • TAFFY LOGS AT OLE SMOKY CANDY KITCHEN.
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Is Knoxville TN worth visiting? ›

Even though Knoxville is the third-largest city in Tennessee (after Nashville and Memphis), it maintains a small-town feel. Historic attractions, museums, theaters, parks and shopping are among the most popular activities, and because many of them are located near each other, Knoxville is a walkable destination, too.

How far apart is Memphis and Nashville? ›

The total driving distance from Memphis, TN to Nashville, TN is 212 miles or 341 kilometers. Your trip begins in Memphis, Tennessee.

How far is pigeon from Knoxville TN? ›

How far is the distance between Knoxville and Pigeon Forge? The direct drive from Knoxville, United States to Pigeon Forge, United States is 31.1 miles or 50 km, and should have a drive time of 39 minutes in normal traffic.

What is the best month to visit Tennessee? ›

Best time of year to visit Tennessee

March through May and September through November are considered to be the most pleasant months with balmy days, cool nights, and a reasonable level of humidity.

What is the most scenic part of Tennessee? ›

The most scenic and picturesque place in Tennessee is Great Smoky Mountain National Park just outside of Gatlinburg.

What is the best time to see fall colors in Smoky Mountains? ›

The fall color display usually reaches peak at mid and lower elevations between mid-October and early November. This is the park's most spectacular display as it includes such colorful trees as sugar maple, scarlet oak, sweetgum, red maple, and the hickories.

Can you drive through the Smoky Mountains? ›

Taking a scenic drive is one of the easiest and most rewarding things you can do in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. With almost 400 miles of roadway in the park and the surrounding scenic area, you can drive to specific locations to enjoy, as well as tour through steadily changing vistas of great beauty.

What is the best month to go to Glacier national park? ›

For most people, late June through mid-September is the best time to visit Glacier, because they want to drive the Going to the Sun Road, raft and fish the rivers, hike the trails, visit the backcountry Chalets, and explore several areas of the park, on both sides of the Continental Divide.

What is the number one tourist attraction in Tennessee? ›

Hello, Dollywood, Pigeon Forge

Named after country singer Dolly Parton, Dollywood has long been Tennessee's most popular ticketed attraction, luring more than three million visitors per year.

What is the best time of year to go to Nashville? ›

The best time to visit Nashville is from April through October, when the warm weather brings this music city to life. Although December is quite charming with Christmas decorations at the Opryland Hotel and the Belle Meade Historic Site, winter is low season.

Is Nashville near the Smoky Mountains? ›

The nearest big cities to the Smoky Mountains are Nashville, Tennessee; Charlotte, North Carolina; and Atlanta, Georgia, all of which are just two to three hours away by car.

Where do you fly into for the Great Smoky Mountains? ›

Knoxville McGee Tyson Airport

The closest major airport to Great Smoky Mountains National Park is McGee-Tyson Airport (TYS) in Alcoa, Tenn., just south of Knoxville. The airport is served by five major commercial airlines: Allegiant, American, Delta, Frontier and United.

Are there mountains near Nashville Tennessee? ›

Nashville does not have any mountains. The nearest mountains to Nashville are the Smoky Mountains. However, Nashville does have hills and landscapes with elevation changes to hike.

What is between Nashville and Pigeon Forge? ›

The top stops along the way from Nashville to Pigeon Forge (with short detours) are Market Square, Tuckaleechee Caverns, and The Lost Sea Adventure. Other popular stops include Fall Creek Falls, Zoo Knoxville, and Cummins Falls State Park.

Is Gatlinburg TN worth visiting? ›

Gatlinburg is a popular tourist destination, and it's easy to figure out why. This town is the main point of entry to the most visited national park in the United States. Even with more than 12 million park visitors each year, the little town of Gatlinburg does everything possible to make you feel welcome.

How many days do you need in the Smoky Mountains? ›

How many days should you spend in Great Smoky Mountains National Park? This park is full of scenic drives and hikes, and I recommend spending at least four full days in the park if you want to see the can't-miss sights.

What is the best time of year to go to the Smoky Mountains? ›

According to when most visitors come to the Smoky Mountains, the best time to visit the Smoky Mountains national park is during the months of June, July, and October. The months with the lowest visitation tend to be in the winter and spring.

What is the closest major city to Great Smoky Mountains? ›

Towns & Cities Near Great Smoky Mountains National Park
  • Gatlinburg, TN. 7.6 mi / 19 mins.
  • Pigeon Forge, TN. 14.4 mi / 33 mins.
  • Sevierville, TN. 21.0 mi / 44 mins.
  • Townsend, TN. 24.5 mi / 46 mins.
  • Cherokee, NC. 27.9 mi / 48 mins.
  • Bryson City, NC. 38.1 mi / 1 hour 6 mins.

How far is the ark from Gatlinburg Tennessee? ›

Distance conversions
Distance typeMilesKilometers
Straight line distance210.12 mi338.16 km
Driving distance254 mi408.52 km

What's the difference between Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge? ›

The major difference between Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge is their layout. In Gatlinburg, the majority of the city's most popular attractions, restaurants, and shops are all located in the downtown area.

Is Asheville in the Great Smoky Mountains? ›

Asheville, North Carolina makes the perfect home base for a day trip to the North Carolina Smokies. Asheville is within an hour and a half drive (or less) of five key entrances to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It is free to enjoy the National Park.

What town is halfway between Nashville and Gatlinburg? ›

The city at the geographic halfway point from Nashville, TN to Gatlinburg, TN is Claysville, Tennessee.

How far is Jack Daniels distillery from Pigeon Forge? ›

The distance between Pigeon Forge and Jack Daniel's is 163 miles. The road distance is 207.2 miles.

Is Dollywood the same as Pigeon Forge? ›

Dollywood is in Pigeon Forge, just 25 miles from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and many of its attractions draw from the region's rich heritage.

What should you not miss in the Smoky Mountains? ›

20 Can't-Miss Things to Do in the Smoky Mountains in 2020
  • The Island. The Island is one of the top attractions in Pigeon Forge! ...
  • Dollywood. ...
  • Anakeesta. ...
  • Mountain Mile & Tower Shops. ...
  • Chicken Guy! ...
  • Double Decker Bus Tours. ...
  • Pigeon Forge Chairlift. ...
  • Ober Gatlinburg.
31 Dec 2019

What is the number one thing to do in Gatlinburg? ›

Top Ten Gatlinburg Attractions
  • Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies.
  • Ole Smoky Moonshine.
  • Gatlinburg Sky Lift.
  • Hillbilly Golf.
  • Ripley's Haunted Adventure.
  • Gatlinburg Space Needle.
  • Ober Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway.
  • Hollywood Star Cars Museum.
17 May 2022

What is the best month to go to Gatlinburg? ›

The best time to visit Gatlinburg is during the fall – specifically in September and October. During these months, beautiful fall foliage takes the stage, and temperatures are mild(highs between 65 and 80) which attracts travelers from all over.

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