Smoky Mountain Travel Primer

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The following information comes to you from: THE HERITAGE GROUP PREFACE As a native of the Smoky Mountains and a frequent guest, I am continually awed by the timeless beauty of the mountains. As my own personal life took its share of bumps and bruises, my appreciation of the stability and constancy of the mountains grew stronger. Having grown up in a family that can trace its roots to the Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge-Sevierville area, the Smoky Mountains will always be home. Over the past 43 years, I have made countless trips to the Smokies, Gatlinburg, and the surrounding area and have enjoyed every minute. While some would say that the commercialism has become excessive, I personally find the wide variety of things to do, places to stay, and excellent mountain food to be welcome relief to the homogenized, pasteurized environments of Disney World and the like. My nearly 13-year-old daughter finds trips to the area stimulating and filled with all kinds of interesting things. I assembled this directory as a means to promote the Smoky Mountain area and to handle the many inquiries I receive about what's there to do, where to stay, etc. You may call or write the various businesses listed below for more specific information and the Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce can also provide additional information. Enjoy the Smokies and the Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge-Sevierville-Cherokee (NC) area! If you still have a question after viewing the directory, we'll do our best to get you an answer. Please email to the address listed. GATLINBURG-A LITTLE MOUNTAIN HISTORY Gatlinburg, known for more than a half-century as "Gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains" has grown from a quaint mountain village into a major resort area. Crossed by four mountain-fed streams, the town contains a wide variety of accommodations at more than 130 motels and hotels, lodges, cabins and hundreds of rental chalets peppering the surrounding mountains. In addition to more than 300 shops, many featuring native crafts, Gatlinburg has more than a dozen family-oriented attractions, from museums to one of the South's finest ski resorts. A Tennessee "premier resort city," Gatlinburg is at the main entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and offers many special events and year-round vacation and recreational opportunities. Gatlinburg is named for a man so unpopular he was actually run out of town. Radford Gatlin first arrived in the area in 1855 from North Carolina and opened a store. Five years later, he offered space in his store for a post office in exchange for naming the settlement Gatlinburg. Over the years, Gatlin got into numerous arguments with his neighbors, but it was his pro-confederacy views (in a country that voted 1,320 to 1 to remain in the Union), that finally got him run out of town. IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS: Automotive Parts & Repair: K-Mart (Sevierville) 453-7584 Wal-Mart (Sevierville) 423-429-0029 Wrecker Service: Baker's Wrecker Service 453-9203 Johnny's BP 428-4961 Skyline Service Station 436-4653 Fishing Licenses: Trentham's Ace Hardware 436-5173 Wynn's Sports World 453-4877 Locksmith: Jim's Lock and Key 453-4247 Babysitters: Call the Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce 436-4178 Great Smoky Mts. Visitor Center (Sugarlands) 865-436-1200 Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce Parkway Gatlinburg, TN 37738 1-800-822-1998 Pigeon Forge Dept. of Tourism 2450 Parkway Pigeon Forge, TN 1-800-251-9100 Hospitals and Emergency Care Centers ----- Fort Sanders Sevier Medical Center 709 Middle Creek Road Sevierville, TN 37864 865-429-6100 Emergency Department staffed 24 hours by a physician. 79-bed acute care hospital with a 54-bed nursing home. Both facilities are certified and rated in the top ten percent by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations. Family practice, obstetrics and gynecology, internal medicine, cardiology, pediatrics, nephrology, ear, nose, and throat, family-centered birthing unit, in-patient and out-patient surgery. Visitors Information ----- Great Smoky Mtns. Nat'l Park Division of Resource Education 107 Park Headquarters Road Gatlinburg, TN 37738 Sevierville Chamber of Commerce 866 Winfield Dunn Parkway Sevierville, TN 37876 865-453-6411 Townsend Visitor Center 7906 E. Lamar Alexander Pkwy. Hwy. 321 Townsend, TN 37882 615-448-6134 Bed & Breakfasts, Chalets, Condos, Inns, Hotels, and Motels ----- Alpine Chalet & Condo Rentals 205 Parkway Gatlinburg, TN 37738 800-874-0233. Normal hours: 9 am - 10 PM Innkeeper: Charles Maples Located 200 feet past Traffic Light #1 on right between Condo Villas and Era. Alpine Chalet & Condo Rentals offers exception chalet and condo rentals-especially to honeymooners, couples, and families. Accommodations are available from 1-5 bedrooms, mountain views, hot tubs, Jacuzzis, privacy, and some are equipped with game rooms. Anthony's Rentals 702 East Parkway Suite #2 Gatlinburg, TN 37738 800-307-4790 423-430-9988 Make your memories in the Smokies, stay in a beautiful private chalet or cabin. Specializing in HONEYMOONERS; Non-smoking units; Jacuzzis, Hot tubs; Kitchens; Fireplaces; Cable TV, VCR's, Stereos, Phones; Queen Beds, Large Sun Deck; Grills; Full room service menu. Butcher House in the Mountains 1520 Garrett Lane Gatlinburg, TN 37738 423-436-9457 Normal hours: 10 am to 9 PM Innkeeper: Gloria Butcher This is an excellent Bed & Breakfast located 2,800 feet above the village of Gatlinburg and the main entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It is convenient to everything. Lovely nature trails are quickly accessed and the Innkeeper will recommend trails according to your level of expertise. The breakfasts are full European gourmet and uniquely different. Wonderful delights such as Eggs Sebastian, Crepes Italian, Eggs Cardamon, etc. Guests have an outstanding view of Mt. Leconte (the second highest in the Smoky Mountains). AAA describes the view as "spectacular!" This B&B boasts the highest AAA rating and an A from American Bed and Breakfast. Call for availability and directions to this excellent B&B. A great view, great food, at a great price! Castle on the Green 3950 Castle Road Gatlinburg, TN 37738 800-701-7178 Innkeeper: Kathy the Keeper Three spacious levels; nine bedrooms; nine bathrooms; two living rooms; two fireplaces; two wet bars; hot tub; BBQ pit; deck; patio; gazebo; sauna; bumper pool; billiards; accommodates up to 28; sitting on 18-hole golf course; tennis courts and three swimming pools. MaplesPremier Chalets P. O. Box 732 1674 East Parkway Gatlinburg, TN 37738 800-878-8981 Normal hours: M-F 7:30 am - 5:00 PM Sat. 8:00 am - 3:00 PM Innkeepers: Kenny & Billy Maples Maples Premier Chalets offers you the best in new luxurious chalets. All chalets are fully furnished and completely equipped. The kitchen has a range, oven, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, pots, pans, dishes, utensils, and paper goods. Bedrooms have king-sized beds. These chalets are equipped with large fireplaces (gas or wood-burning)--not small wood stoves. Firewood is provided. Each chalet is also furnished with cable television, VCR's, and telephones but the luxury doesn't stop there. Each chalet is furnished with a large Jacuzzi inside and a hot tub outside for your enjoyment. A washer and dryer are also available for your convenience. An outdoor grill is provided on the large deck. Your chalet is furnished with all necessary linen. Maples Premier Chalets is located in a quiet, secluded area that is only a couple of minutes drive from downtown Gatlinburg and most area attractions. Vacationers, honeymooners, groups, and reunions-this is the place for you! The Brevard Inn P.O. Box 326 Gatlinburg, TN 37738 423-436-7233 Normal hours: Mon.-Sat. - all hours Innkeeper: Marjorie Brevard The Brevard Inn has been a landmark in Gatlinburg for the past 28 years. Marjorie has done an outstanding job of creating a distinctive Old World Inn nestled in the Smokies. The inn is tucked away in a quiet niche of Gatlinburg that is within comfortable walking distance of downtown Gatlinburg with its excellent restaurants and unique craft shops. The inn is a rustic, mountain inn furnished with museum quality antiques but offers modern conveniences and oozes with Southern charm and hospitality. Two cabins and one suite (in the inn) are available for your enjoyment. A fully authentic decor highlighted by handmade brick, worm-eaten Chestnut paneling and an open fireplace creates a coziness that is unmatched by the homogenized, modularized rooms of the chain hotels and motels. The inn is open year-round so you can enjoy all the spectacular seasons of the Smokies. Old porch rockers beckon you to stop a while and enjoy the relaxing beauty of the mountains' clean, fresh air and to listen to the birds chirping and singing around the inn. During the spring, the inn is surrounded by blooming dogwood trees and wildflowers. Throughout the summer, nearby mountain streams splash playfully and urge you to try your hand at trout fishing, hike the nearby trails, picnic along the stream, shop 'till you drop, go to a mountain music festival, or just take a load off your feet on the porch. In the fall, the cool misty mornings, clear warm afternoons, the matchless beauty of the foliage, craft festivals, nearby SEC football games, and hayrides provide a tremendous variety of activities for everyone. But it's not over yet! The winter brings out the coziness of the inn, the warmth of the fireplace, Christmas shopping in Gatlinburg, skiing at Ober Gatlinburg or just snuggle in your bed. Directions: At Traffic Light #7 on the Parkway, turn up Reagan Drive at Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum. Turn left at 3rd corner which is Stuart Lane. Continue a short distance until you see the Brevard Inn sign. Continue up the hill into the driveway nearest to the log cabin. Call Marjorie to make your reservation or to obtain more information. We suggest you make your reservations as early as possible to obtain desired dates. Caverns and Geologic Attractions ----- Tuckaleechee Caverns 825 Cavern Road Townsend, TN (approx. 15 miles from Pigeon Forge) 865-448-2274 An excellent cave to visit in the Smokies. Tuckaleechee Caverns is nestled under the Great Smoky Mountains between Cades Cove and Pigeon Forge. It provides magnificent geologic sights and is an easy walking cave. The Lost Sea 140 Lost Sea Road Sweetwater, TN 37874 423-337-6616 A US-Registered natural landmark approximately 50 miles from Gatlinburg between Knoxville and Chattanooga, TN on I-75 South at Exit 60. Listed in the Guinness Book of Records as one of the world's largest underground lakes. Experience this unforgettable tour including a glass-bottom boat ride on a 4.5 acre UNDERGROUND LAKE. Open all year. Churches ----- Area churches often have special seasonal services which are outstanding. If your visit will be during a special time of year, please call the church of your choice to determine if special services are planned. Catholic Saint Mary's Catholic Church 304 Airport Rd Gatlinburg, TN 423-436-4907 Christian Science Christian Science Society Roaring Fork Rd Gatlinburg, TN 423-436-6496 Church of Christ Reagan Dr Gatlinburg, TN 423-436-6404 Episcopal Trinity Episcopal Church 509 Airport Rd Gatlinburg, TN 423-436-4721 Baptist Conner Heights Baptist Church Valley Dr Pigeon Forge, TN 423-453-0633 First Baptist Church 111 OGLEWOOD LANE Gatlinburg, TN 423-436-4685 Laurel Grove Primitive Baptist Church East Parkway U.S. 321 Gatlinburg, TN Roaring Fork Baptist Church 215 Church St Gatlinburg, TN 423-436-9403 Interdenominational Gatlinburg Christian Center Airport Rd Gatlinburg, TN 423-436-7773 Lutheran Our Savior Lutheran Church 423 Airport Rd Gatlinburg, TN 423-436-5641 Methodist First United Methodist Church 742 Parkway Gatlinburg, TN 423-436-0479 Presbyterian Gatlinburg Presbyterian Church 237 Reagan Dr Gatlinburg, TN 423-436-5594 Photo/Film Processing ----- 50 Minute Photo 1100 Parkway Suite #2 Gatlinburg, TN 37738 423-436-0097 Film processing, Paper processing, Enlargements. Entertainment, Shows ----- Stars On Ice Located at the Coliseum next to Hillbilly Village in Pigeon Forge. 1-800-255-9181 Featuring: A live tribute to Bing Crosby starring Duke Hazlett, famous look-a-like, sound-a-like of the legendary Bing Crosby. Hosted by Duffy, the world's 1st "man-imatronic" character. Reservations required. Memories Theater 2141 Parkway Pigeon Forge, TN 800-325-3078 or 865-428-7852 Relive the Legend starring Pete Willcox live in concert with Charlie Hodge, Elvis' life-long friend & band member plus Memories Show Band. '50's-'60's & Young Country Revue. Open year around. Call for showdates & reservations. Craftsmen's Fairs ----- Gatlinburg Craftsmen's Fair P.O. Box 1187 Gatlinburg, TN 37738 865-436-7479 Over 150 Selected Craftsmen; Craft Demonstrations Daily; Country and Bluegrass Music Shows 2, 4, & 6 p.m. daily, Sundays 2 & 4 p.m. Open 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. daily, Sundays 10:00 - 6:00 p.m. Art Galleries ----- Alice Moore Gallery 634 Parkway Suite #11 Gatlinburg, TN 37738 877-222-2328 Original water colors, prints, and calligraphy, in a wonderful, village atmosphere. Beneath The Smoke Nature Company & Gallery Parkway Gatlinburg, TN 37738 865-436-3460 Two floors of goodies, featuring superb nature photography, display galleries, bookstore, birding center, camping supplies galore, and much more. James Thomas Neumann Gallery 458 Parkway Gatlinburg, TN 37738 430-2102 Experience America's beauty and heritage in the paintings of one of America's foremost historical artists. Located in the second level of Carousel Mail Suites 6-8. Jim Gray Gallery Parkway Gatlinburg, TN 37738 865-436-5262 Offers beautiful paintings and prints of the Smokies, fine pottery, and sculpture. Two galleries: One on the Parkway and the second on River Road in Pigeon Forge. Ken Schulz Gallery 1644 East Parkway Gatlinburg, TN 37738 423-436-5572 Original water colors, oils, egg tempera paintings and limited edition prints by Ken Schulz. Lee Roberson Gallery 758 Wears Valley Rd Townsend, TN 800-423-7341 More than 40,000 people explore the creative mystique of Lee Roberson each year, finding their way back home with prints from the "Artist Laureate of the Smokies." Prints of Elegance Baskin Square Mall Gatlinburg, TN 37738 865-430-4330 Features the largest selection of prints by Terry Redlin in the Smokies. In-house framing center. Specializes in investment quality art and limited edition prints. R. J. McDonald Wildlife Art Gallery Gatlinburg, TN 37738 436-9647 Featuring limited edition prints and original art work by nationally-known wildlife artist Ralph McDonald. Robert A. Tino Gallery Hwy. 66 Sevierville, TN 423-453-6315 Original water colors and limited edition prints by Robert A. Tino presented in a very unique way. Located on Hwy 66 just north of Sevierville. Terri Waters Gallery P.O. Box 594 Gatlinburg, TN 865-436-5647. Terri offers original water colors and limited edition prints. Vern Hippensteal Gallery 452 Parkway - P.O. Box 707 Gatlinburg, TN 37738 865-436-4328 800-537-8110 Original water colors, limited edition prints and collectibles by Vern Hippensteal. Victorian Reflections Carousel Mall Parkway Gatlinburg, TN 37738 865-430-5057 Centuries-old techniques in china and porcelain painting, fired for permanence. Solid brass lamps, porcelain jewelry, wall hangings and porcelain tiles. Amusement Parks and Other Entertainment ----- Dollywood 1020 Dollywood Lane Pigeon Forge, TN 37863 Dollywood is billed as the Entertainment Capital of the Smokies and is owned and managed by Dolly Parton, the well-known star of country music, films, and television. A visit to Dollywood will bring that "Smokies Spirit" alive through genuinely friendly people, upbeat entertainment, crafts, rides and shops. These things are all surrounded with country charm and back-dropped against a rustic mountain setting. There are about 45 musical performances per day featuring everything from contemporary to country, gospel to bluegrass. There is a humorous magic show that will delight everyone. A full-color brochure with complete info is available by calling. Dollywood has a 110-ton coal-fired steam train that will take you on a 5-mile ride through the mountains. A museum displays the "rags to riches" story of Dolly Parton complete with childhood and personal mementos. Dollywood has an authentic handcarved Dentzel Carousel for you to enjoy. There are about 20 craft shops open every day, staffed by expert craftsmen. There are several water rides at Dollywood including the "Smoky Mountain Rampage." Riders sit in a large inner tube shaped "boat" that floats and spins its way down the rapids. You will get wet. A log flume ride is also nearby that is sure to splash those in the front seats. Dollywood has established an eagle sanctuary called Eagle Mountain. It contains 1.5 million cubic feet of natural terrain for non-releasable eagles to enjoy and be viewed by visitors. As the seasons change, the park changes in decor and in musical taste. The Christmas season brings the addition of millions of lights, decorations, and musical shows that will make you reminisce about your childhood Christmas days. Generally, the best days to visit are on Monday and Friday in the spring and fall, and Monday and Thursday during the summer. Though Dollywood is a very popular park, overcrowding is seldom a major problem. Season tickets are the best buys and offer free parking. Dollywood has something for every age visitor and a whole section of the park for the very young. Shopping is best in Craftsman's Valley and prices are reasonable. Dixie Stampede 3849 Parkway Pigeon Forge, TN 800-356-1676 The area's premier dinner attraction: as they say, "You've Never Had Dinner Like This Before!" During dinner, it's the North vs. the South in some good-natured competition which will keep you alert. Dunham country cooking-served AND eaten the old-fashioned way. Professional artists and entertainers hold your attention with a Southern version of the old west. Thirty-two sensational horses, talented trick riders, and BEAUTIFUL Southern Belles. This is a fun place for everyone. A four-course feast, beginning with creamy vegetable soup, followed by a whole roasted chicken, hickory ribs, hot buttered corn-on-the-cob, herb-basted potato, homemade Dixie bread, Dixie's own specialty desert and unlimited coffee, tea, or Pepsi. Flyaway 3106 Parkway Pigeon Forge, TN 37863 615-453-7777 Flyaway is a vertical windtunnel with speeds up to 120 miles per hour. It is the nation's only skydiving simulator and has been featured on numerous television programs. Magic World On the Parkway Pigeon Forge, TN A family fun center featuring go-carts, bumper boats, roller coasters, antique cars, Ferris wheel, and several shows for one low price. Ride all day long for less than you would pay at other single-ride places. The Track Recreation Center U.S. Hwy 441 on the Parkway Pigeon Forge, TN 37863 615-453-4777 Go-carts Galore, Miniature Golf, Bumper Cars, Kid's Country, Super Track, and great food; open seven days a week Municipal Parks ----- North Gatlinburg Park Located on Pigeon River Road Facilities available: Walking Trails; Sinks; Cooking Grills; Picnic Tables; Horseshoe Pits; covered* pavilion; Playground Area; Trout Facility; Children's Stream Access; Restrooms Covered Pavilions can be reserved by calling Recreation Dept. at 423-436-4990 Mynatt Park Located on Asbury Lane (one-half mile from the center of Gatlin- burg) Facilities available: Children's Stream Access; Playground Area; Basketball Court; 6 Tennis Courts; covered pavilion; Picnic Tables; Grills; Horseshoe Pits; Baseball Field; Restrooms Covered Pavilions can be reserved by calling Recreation Dept. at 423-436-4990 Mills Park Located on Proffitt Road Facilities available: Softball Field; Football Field; Horseshoe Pits; Playground Area; Basketball Court; Picnic Tables; Two (2) tennis Courts; Concessions; Jogging-Exercise Course; Restrooms Cultural ----- Cherokee Indian Reservation U. S. Highway 441 Cherokee, NC A wonderful way to visit with the real history of the area. The reservation and museum offer a view into the political and social events which led to the development of the area. Horseback Riding ----- These stables offer challenging trails, well-kept horses, and expert instructions to make your equestrian experience memorable in the beautify Smoky Mountains. Cade's Cove Stable 10018 Campground Dr Townsend, TN 865-448-6286 In the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Townsend, Tenn., approx. 25 miles from Gatlinburg. Five Oaks Stables 1650 Parkway Sevierville, TN 865-428-9764 Approx. 8 miles from Gatlinburg. King's Stables and Outfitters Hwy 416 East Sevierville, TN 615-429-3361 Just east of Sevierville, approx. 15 miles from Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain Stables Highway 321 E Parkway Gatlinburg, TN 37738 865-436-5634 Willowbridge Farms 2920 Jones Cove Rd Sevierville, TN 423-453-2257 Just east of Sevierville, approx. 15 miles from Gatlinburg Railroads ----- Great Smoky Mts. Railway 800-872-4681 Enjoy a turn-of-the-century railway ride through lush valleys, and across streams surrounded by nature in all its beauty. An old-time train ride into the past is ahead of you at the Great Smoky Mountains Railway. Reservations suggested but not required. Reservations ARE required in October. Rafting ----- Raftingin the Smokies 800-776-7238 No experience necessary. Whitewater rafting is fun for the whole family. Children of all ages will enjoy this fun-filled experience. For beginners as well as advanced rafters, Rafting in the Smokies offers the ultimate family outdoor adventure. Great Smoky Mts. Nat'l Park ----- The park consists of 520,000 acres in Tennessee and North Carolina. US Highway 441 is the only major road in the area that spans the park from Gatlinburg to Cherokee, NC. Clingmans Dome is the highest elevation in the park at 6,642 feet and is approx. 21 miles from Gatlinburg. The park has approx. 1,500 species of flowering plants and more than 900 miles of foot trails. The park was once privately owned timber land but most was returned to Nature when the park was dedicated in 1940. There are two primary visitors' centers. One is the Sugarlands Visitors' Center in Gatlinburg. The other is the Oconaluftee Visitors' Center near Cherokee, NC. Both have a gift shop to pick up park memorabilia. At Oconaluftee, there is a reconstruction of a Pioneer Farmhouse dating back to the 1800's. Short Summary of Well-Known Hiking Trails ----- Old Sugarlands Road; 3 miles of easy walking; 300' climb; a beautiful walk through pine-oak woods along the Little Pigeon River. Huskey Gap; 3 miles; moderate; 1,240' climb. Arch Rock; 2.5 miles, easy; 400' climb; trail passes through rock formations. Kephart Prong; 4 miles; easy; 830' climb; follows road past abandoned fish hatchery and CCC camp. Juneywhack Falls; 1.5 miles; moderate; 150' climb; short hike to unusual cascade. Indian Creek Falls; 2 miles; easy; 100' climb; follow creek to 60' waterfall. Abrams Falls; 5 miles; moderate; 340' climb; walk along clear stream to 20' falls. Upper Little River; 6 miles; easy; 500' climb; follows Little River; good views of boulders and rushing water. Cucumber Gap; 5.5 miles; easy; 700' climb; follows an old logging road. Rainbow Falls; 5.5 miles; moderate; 1,750' climb; follows LeConte Creek to 80' waterfall. Hen Wallow Falls; 4 miles; moderate; 520' climb; walk through large trees. Museums and Special Attractions ----- Guinness World Records Exhibition Center Baskin Square Mall Gatlinburg, TN 865-436-9100 See the Guinness Book of World Records come to life. Hundreds of astounding exhibits. Ten galleries of adventure, fascination and fun. Eight shows, open all year. Group rates and bus parking available. Ripley's Believe-it-or-Not Museum Parkway (downtown Gatlinburg) Gatlinburg, TN 865-436-5096 A place were the odd and the unusual are emphasized. A wonderful way to spend an afternoon or couple of hours. Your curiosity and imagination will be tickled by the bizarre and interesting exhibits. Video ----- Star Video Hwy. 321 at Ridge Rd. P.O. Box 278 Gatlinburg, TN 37738 615-436-7004 Movie rentals, VCR rentals, Camcorder rentals, Nintendo rentals, 3,000 Movies, Use drop-box after hours; open 7 days a week. Tanning Beds ----- Star Video & Tan Hwy. 321 at Ridge Rd, Gatlinburg, TN 615-436-7004 Keep your tan while vacationing in the mountains. All new Wolff Beds. Tone or Tan, pay per visit or monthly. Weddings ----- Cupid's Chapel of Love 800-64-CUPID 865-430-3851 Marriage License & Wedding Information, day or night. Car Wash ----- Car Wash/Coin Operated Hwy. 321 North (Just passed Gatlinburg Cinema, beside Anthony's Restaurant) Gatlinburg, TN Laundry ----- Laundry Hwy. 321 North (Just past Gatlinburg Cinema, beside Anthony's Restaurant) Gatlinburg, TN ----- THE HERITAGE GROUP Travel Services Division 6609 Ooltewah-Georgetown Road P. O. Box 695 Ooltewah, Tennessee 37363 Phone: 423-238-6323 Voice and FAX E-Mail Address: CompuServe: 73062,1211 Internet: GOWNSBY@CHATTANOOGA.NET Copyright 1994, 1995, Gary S. Ownsby The Smoky Mountain Online Directory and Toll-Free Telephone Directory is available to readers in a dBase (.dbf) format (including street address, city, state, and zip) for direct importing into a database.

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