A vacation to the Smoky Mountains offers access to natural wonders, scenic hikes and memorable drives. At Wilderness at the Smokies, families can enjoy endless outdoor and indoor recreation, restaurants and spacious lodging. Offering the perfect home base for your trip to the Tennessee mountains, the Wilderness at the Smokies provides a well rounded, balanced experience for families, with a rustic feel and activities included in your booking price.
YOU'RE ALL SET!
Look out for our newsletters in your inbox soon.
Front and center at Wilderness at the Smokies is the Wild WaterDome, the largest indoor water park in the Smoky Mountains, which also is equipped with a transparent roof (so you still need sunscreen!) Raft down the huge funnel waterslide that lights up at night or melt into the 1,000 square foot hot tub that extends from its indoor setting to the outdoor air. Rafting rides, other plummeting slides and a surf machine are situated inside, along with a water playground with spurting fountains and a giant bucket that tips over and floods everyone in the vicinity. Two outdoor parks, Salamander Springs and Lake Wilderness open seasonally and reduce crowd concentration in one given area.
In addition to the water-based entertainment, Adventure Forest playground is dryer amusement area when you’ve had enough water fun. The rope course towers at three levels and mini golf is made a lot more challenging and interesting when playing in black light, while a laser tag venue boasts multiple levels and hiding spots.
Three different accommodation options are offered at Wilderness at the Smokies. Stone Hill Lodge is the place to stay if you’re wanting to have direct access to the Sevierville Event Center or Salamander Springs outdoor waterpark. However, River Lodge is connected to the indoor water park, Lake Wilderness and Adventure Forest. Stone Hill offers more traditional rooms while River Lodge features massive suites with swanky accents. Then there is the Sanctuary Villas, which are basically luxurious homes.
Shuttles are always on hand to transport guests to different parts of the resort, including the different water parks, retail shops and fitness center. As for food, poolside snack shacks offer basic munchies while two on-site restaurants serve more hearty lunch and dinner options. At Hidden Trail Bar and Grill, kids under eight eat free, and The Thirsty Miner boasts a popular chicken chowder. Basically, you have everything you could need in one spot, in a beautiful location—perfect for a memorable staycation or Smoky Mountain getaway.
Wilderness at the Smokies
Address: 1424 Old Knoxville Hwy, Sevierville, Tennessee, 37876
Phone: (865) 429-0625