As the last of the orange and red leaves fall from the Smoky Mountain trees, and thoughts turn to Thanksgiving and the holiday season ahead, we thought it would be fun to look back one last time at the just-passed Halloween holiday in Gatlinburg.
Halloween in Gatlinburg is great fun. It is not hard to find candy, that’s for sure. The streets were lined with local vendors and others loaded up with candy for the trick-or-treaters.
Ole Smoky Moonshine Holler was buzzing with costume-clad visitors and bluegrass on the stage. For the record, some of the best bluegrass bands in the world perform on this stage…free to visitors of Gatlinburg!
The town was jam-packed with monsters and baby monsters, creeps and ghouls. This was one of the more unique costume combinations of the night!
For those REALLY looking for a fright, our next-door neighbors at Mysterious Masion were frightening. We didn’t even want to walk by the place for the characters standing right out front. They did not look friendly.
Wanna see more? Check out the images in the gallery below!