New Year’s Eve at Clabough’s

Since 1947 singers have been asking the question: “What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?” Even though it’s only November, the question is important now. What will you be doing to ring in 2016? At Clabough’s Campground and Cabins, you can celebrate the end of one year and the beginning of another at a location both relaxed and convenient to the excitement of the night. Here are three reasons to spend New Year’s Eve at Clabough’s

Winter Lights on New Year’s Eve

From early November through the end of February, the air around the Smokies is alive with Winterfest light. Millions of lights in every color and in dazzling displays line the Parkway from Sevierville, through Pigeon Forge and on into Gatlinburg. To be sure, the Winterfest displays are a must-see, and seeing them around New Year’s Eve only adds to the festive feeling of the season. Plan your trip to Clabough’s for a couple of nights around the turn of the year to allow plenty of time to see all the twinkling around.

New Year’s Eve at The Island

Clabough’s is just across the Parkway from The Island in Pigeon Forge, making the trip over to the festivities quite easy. You can drive to the parking lot there, then take the shuttle to the main area, or you can take a couple of trolley stops from Clabough’s to avoid driving in the traffic. As an added bonus, a ride on the trolley will allow for another view of the lights!

The New Year’s Eve festivities at The Island are exceptionally family friendly. Face painting and activities for the kids will run all night. The party starts at 6 p.m. and continues through the giant fireworks show as the calendar clicks over to 2016. And the best part? It’s all FREE!

A Quiet New Year’s Eve at Clabough’s

After a night of light-viewing and New Year’s Eve celebrating, you’re going to want a nice place to relax. That’s the beauty of spending New Year’s Eve with Clabough’s. It’s quiet and peaceful, but it’s close enough to the action that you can do as much or as little as you want. The New Year’s air is going to be cold. Won’t it be nice to come back to Clabough’s to cozy up in a warm cabin?

So when you’re wondering where you’ll be singing “Auld Lang Syne” this December 31st, remember Clabough’s as the place with easy accessibility to all the fun, but also a calm retreat from all the activity. It’s the perfect combination to ring in the New Year.

 

 

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