With views of the Great Smoky Mountains and the exquisiteness of East Tennessee surrounding you every way you look, it’s easy to be amazed by the beauty that is Sevierville, Tennessee. Sevierville takes pride in being “your hometown in the Smokies” and lives up to that mantra by providing it’s residents with a close-knit community located where the Great Smoky Mountains transition to the Tennessee Valley. Several major state and federal highways intersect in Sevierville, making the city both an easy starting point for travel and an easy destination for visitors.
While Sevierville is mostly known as a destination city, that doesn’t keep it from being an excellent place to call home. Roughly one third of the households in Sevierville are home to school age children. The Sevier Country Public School System services the city of Sevierville and is made up of 9 public schools for grades pre-K through 12. Sevierville is also home to 4 different private educational institutions. Satellite campuses for several community colleges and four year institutions are also located in the city. Sevierville is a fun and exciting place to live, and the culture of the city reflects that attitude in a way to make it enjoyable for families and people of all ages.
The list of things to do in Sevierville is never-ending and always growing. Sevierville is full of activities for the young or old, outdoorsman or arts loving, adventure seeker or foodie. For big entertainment, residents can spend a day at Dollywood, Dolly’s Splash Country or Wilderness or the Smokies. Sevierville is also home to a variety of museums to engage both residents and visitors including a Muscle Car Museum, a Hollywood Wax Museum and Tennessee’s Museum of Aviation, among others. For those that enjoy eating, Sevierville boasts a plethora of exciting eateries and restaurants. With the Great Smoky Mountains at your doorstep, residents of Sevierville have the unique opportunity to step out of their house and onto a trail within minutes and take in the beauty of the National Park.