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Brookside Resort

Build memories at the grand lady of Gatlinburg, the Brookside Resort. Less than a mile from the resort you will find Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies where you can immerse yourself with colorful sea creatures as the moving walkway effortlessly carries you through the underwater tunnel. Awaken every morning to the complimentary farm fresh breakfast buffet with eggs, waffles, biscuits and gravy, and more. Enjoy not one, but two outdoor pools featuring a water slide that the children will love! 

Your balcony lures you to sit a spell with that book that you've been wanting to read while being soothed by the sound of splashing creek waters. Later you can stretch by walking the resort grounds, photographing the covered bridges and gardens, or take a stroll to see the beautiful eight-foot waterfall featured on the property. After a long day of adventure relax and soak in the hot tub then sit out by the wood fire to dry off before heading back to your room. 

Popular attractions a mile away include Anakeesta Theme Park and Ripley's Believe It or Not!. Also within one mile of the Brookside Resort are the Ober Gatlinburg Aerial Tram and the Gatlinburg Sky Lift that will give you birds-eye views of this picturesque area. The nearby Great Smoky Mountains National Park also beckons with wildflowers, rivers, trails and countless waterfalls. At the resort you can hit the basketball, volleyball, and shuffleboard courts or the fitness center for a quick workout. There are also BBQ picnic grounds on-site available for your use. 

Brookside Resort offers smoking and non-smoking accommodations: cozy cabins, creek side and tower rooms. All suites include a balcony/patio overlooking the Roaring Fork Creek, a private bathroom, microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, cable TV, alarm clock/radio and free local calls. Some suites offer a king size pillow top bed, whirlpool bathtub, a wet bar or a wood-burning fireplace. Some standard suites are pet-friendly. Hungry? There are dozens of unique local eateries within a mile, such as the Buckhorn Inn, Greystone, Geno's Pizza, Papa John's, and Estrella Hondumex. Be sure to choose the best hotel for your vacation! 

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Brookside Resort By Fairbridge

463 East Parkway, Gatlinburg, TN37738, United States

+1 865 436 5611
$68
7.8
Good

based on 2,933 reviews

  • Hotel Room

    You’ll have a private room with all the hotel’s amenities

  • Freebies

    This stay includes Wi-Fi and Parking for free

The Brookside Resort By FairBridge is located in Gatlinburg and features a ski school, a Jacuzzi and free Wi-Fi. This comfortable hotel also provides an outdoor pool, and is situated within easy driving distance of Pigeon Forge and Sevierville.

There are a range of amenities available to those staying at The Brookside Resort By FairBridge, including a sun deck, a kids pool and a 24-hour reception. Guests can try out the recreational activities on offer, such as a playground and a BBQ/picnic area.

The hotel features rooms equipped with a hair dryer, a microwave and a refrigerator.

The Brookside Resort By FairBridge provides an ideal place to discover Pigeon Forge Mill and Dollywood, as well as everything the local area has to offer. Great Smoky Mountains and Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort are a five-minute car ride away.

Deluxe Rooms($81 - $236)

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$83/night

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Priceline

$152/night

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$208/night

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Standard Rooms($68 - $162)

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  • Outdoor pool
  • Fitness center
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Coffee machine
  • Free parking
  • Wi-Fi available in all areas
  • Flat-screen TV
  • TV
  • Cable or satellite TV
  • Free toiletries

General

  • River view
  • Family rooms
  • Fireplace
  • Seating area
  • Interconnected room(s) available
  • Bridal suite
  • Telephone
  • Mountain view
  • Carpeted
  • Storage available

Dining

  • Microwave
  • Snack bar
  • Refrigerator
  • Coffee machine
  • Vending machine (drinks)
  • Vending machine (snacks)
  • Dining area

Things to do

  • Gift shop
  • Ski school
  • Fishing
  • Game room
  • Golf
  • Skiing
  • Horse riding

Services and conveniences

  • Conference rooms
  • Wedding services
  • Ticket service
  • Safety deposit box
  • Meeting/Banquet facilities
  • Express check-out
  • 24hr front desk

Basics

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi available in all areas
  • Linens
  • Free toiletries
  • Air-conditioned
  • Trash cans

Outdoor

  • Terrace/Patio
  • Beach towels
  • Balcony
  • Picnic area
  • Garden

Bathroom

  • Bathtub
  • Hairdryer
  • Toilet
  • Private bathroom

Pool and spa

  • Hot tub
  • Outdoor pool
  • Water slide

Media and entertainment

  • Flat-screen TV
  • Cable or satellite TV
  • TV

Accessibility and suitability

  • Increased accessibility
  • No smoking
  • Designated smoking area

Parking and transportation

  • Free parking
  • Shuttle service (additional charge)

Workspace

Family friendly

Laundry

Bedroom

Health and safety

Fitness

463 East Parkway, Gatlinburg, TN 37738

  • Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre0.4 mi
  • Cooter's Place0.4 mi
  • Hillbilly Golf0.5 mi
  • Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies0.6 mi
  • Rafting in the Smokies0.6 mi
  • Guinness World Records Museum0.7 mi
  • Mysterious Mansion0.8 mi
  • Gatlinburg Sky Lift0.9 mi
  • Gatlinburg Ziplines0.9 mi
  • Ripley's Believe It Or Not Museum0.9 mi
  • Gatlinburg Space Needle and Family Fun Center0.9 mi
  • Star Cars Museum1 mi

Check-in/Check-out

Check in anytime after 4:00 PM, check out anytime before 11:00 AM

Cancellation/prepayment

Cancellation/prepayment policies vary by room type and provider.
  • Brookside Resort By Fairbridge is located at 463 East Parkway, 0.5 miles from the center of Gatlinburg. Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre is the closest landmark to Brookside Resort By Fairbridge.

  • Check-in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Brookside Resort By Fairbridge.

  • Yes, Brookside Resort By Fairbridge offers free Wi-Fi.

  • Yes, Brookside Resort By Fairbridge offers free parking.

  • No, Brookside Resort By Fairbridge does not offer free airport shuttle service.

  • Brookside Resort By Fairbridge is 28 miles from Knoxville McGhee Tyson. Brookside Resort By Fairbridge is 57.5 miles from Asheville Regional.

  • Yes, Brookside Resort By Fairbridge has a pool onsite.

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About this area

Gatlinburg

Located in Gatlinburg, Brookside Resort by FairBridge is connected to the convention center. Ripley's Believe It Or Not Museum and Titanic Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's popular attractions include Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies and Gatlinburg SkyLift Park. Traveling with kids? Don't miss Gatlinburg Space Needle and Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort and Amusement Park. Take in the nearby slopes with cross-country skiing and downhill skiing, or check out other outdoor activities such as snow tubing and sledding.

Visit our Gatlinburg travel guide

What's nearby

  • Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum - 2 min walk
  • Cooter's Place - 10 min walk
  • Anakeesta - 12 min walk
  • Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies - 13 min walk
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park - 4 min drive

Getting around

  • Alcoa - Knoxville Airport (TYS) - 69 min drive

Restaurants

  • Atrium Pancakes — 11 min walk
  • Little House of Pancakes — 12 min walk
  • Pancake Pantry — 14 min walk
  • New Orleans Sandwich Company — 15 min walk
  • Cheese Cupboard & Hofbrauhaus — 15 min walk

Brookside Resort by FairBridge

Family-friendly hotel connected to the convention center in Gatlinburg with 2 outdoor swimming pools

Along with 2 outdoor pools, this smoke-free hotel has a fitness center and a snack bar/deli. Free WiFi in public areas and free self parking are also provided. Other amenities include a conference center, a seasonal outdoor pool, and conference space. All 100 rooms provide conveniences like refrigerators and microwaves, plus free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Guests will also find furnished balconies, premium bedding, and coffee makers.

Brookside Resort by FairBridge offers 100 air-conditioned accommodations with safes and coffee/tea makers. Rooms open to furnished balconies. Beds feature premium bedding. 32-inch flat-screen televisions come with premium cable channels. Refrigerators and microwaves are provided. Bathrooms include shower/tub combinations and complimentary toiletries.

This Gatlinburg hotel provides complimentary wireless Internet access. Business-friendly amenities include desks and phones; free local calls are provided (restrictions may apply). Housekeeping is offered daily and hair dryers can be requested.

2 outdoor swimming pools are on site along with a children's pool. In addition to a seasonal outdoor pool, other recreational amenities include a fitness center.

The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or nearby; fees may apply.

Cleaning and safety practices

Enhanced cleanliness measures

Disinfectant is used to clean the property

Contactless check-out

Protective shields in place at main contact areas

Social distancing measures in place

Personal protective equipment worn by staff

This information is provided by our partners.

Property amenities

Internet

  • Available in all rooms: Free WiFi

  • Available in some public areas: Free WiFi

Parking and transportation

  • Free self parking on site

  • Free RV/bus/truck parking on site

  • Wheelchair-accessible parking available

  • Onsite parking includes off-street options

  • Area shuttle (surcharge) up to 0.1 mi

Food and drink

  • Buffet breakfast available for a fee daily 8:00 AM–11:00 AM: USD 5 per person

Things to do

  • 2 outdoor pools

  • Basketball

  • Children's pool

  • Fishing

  • Fitness center

  • Volleyball

Family friendly

  • 2 outdoor pools

  • Children's pool

  • Cribs/infant beds (surcharge)

  • Laundry facilities

  • Microwave

  • Refrigerator

  • Rollaway/extra beds (surcharge)

  • Snack bar/deli

Conveniences

  • Banquet hall

  • Elevator

  • Front-desk safe

  • Gift shop/newsstand

Guest services

  • Daily housekeeping

  • Laundry facilities

  • Luggage storage

  • Tour/ticket assistance

  • Wedding services

Business services

  • Conference center (4000 square feet of space)

Outdoors

  • BBQ grill(s)

  • Garden

  • Picnic area

  • Terrace

Accessibility

  • If you have requests for specific accessibility needs, please contact the property using the information on the reservation confirmation received after booking.

  • Accessible bathroom (select rooms)

  • In-room accessibility (select rooms)

  • Wheelchair-accessible parking

  • Wheelchair-accessible path of travel

More

  • Fireplace in lobby

  • Smoke-free property

  • TV in lobby

Room amenities

Bedroom

  • Air conditioning

  • Bed sheets

  • Cribs/infant beds (surcharge)

  • Premium bedding

  • Rollaway/extra beds (surcharge)

Bathroom

  • Free toiletries

  • Hair dryer (on request)

  • Shower/tub combination

  • Towels

Entertainment

  • 32-inch flat-screen TV

  • Cable channels

  • Premium channels

Food and drink

  • Coffee/tea maker

  • Microwave

  • Refrigerator

More

  • Connecting rooms available

  • Desk

  • Free local calls

  • LED light bulbs

  • Phone

  • Safe

Check-in

Check-in from 4:00 PM - 11:30 PM

Early check-in subject to availability

Minimum check-in age - 21

Check-out

Check-out before 11 AM

Late check-out subject to availability

Express check-out

Special check-in instructions

The front desk is open Monday - Sunday (8:00 AM - 11:30 PM)

This property doesn't offer after-hours check-in

Front desk staff will greet guests on arrival

For more details, please contact the property using the information on the booking confirmation

This property's reception is open 24 hours Friday and Saturday and until midnight Sunday - Thursday. Guests planning to arrive outside of normal check-in hours must contact this property in advance to arrange check-in.

Access methods

Children and extra beds

Children are welcome

Kids stay free! Children 18 years old and younger stay free when using existing bedding

Rollaway/extra beds are available for USD 10.0 per day

Cribs (infant beds) are available for USD 10.0 per night

Optional extras

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Fee for buffet breakfast: USD 5 per person (approximately)
  • Crib (infant bed) fee: USD 10.0 per night
  • Rollaway bed fee: USD 10.0 per day

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

You need to know

Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy

Government-issued photo identification and a credit card, debit card, or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental charges

Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges; special requests cannot be guaranteed

This property accepts Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, and Eurocard; cash is not accepted

Safety features at this property include a carbon monoxide detector, a smoke detector, and a security system

Please note that cultural norms and guest policies may differ by country and by property; the policies listed are provided by the property

We should mention

Reservations are required for massage services; reservations can be made by contacting the property prior to arrival, using the contact information on the booking confirmation

Children 18 years old and younger stay free when occupying the parent or guardian's room, using existing bedding

The property has connecting/adjoining rooms, which are subject to availability and can be requested by contacting the property using the number on the booking confirmation

Property is also known as

Brookside FairBridge

Brookside FairBridge Gatlinburg

Brookside Resort FairBridge

Brookside Resort FairBridge Gatlinburg

Brookside Resort by FairBridge Hotel

Brookside Resort by FairBridge Gatlinburg

Brookside Resort by FairBridge Hotel Gatlinburg

Overall score and ratings

Rating 5 - Excellent. 410 out of 999 reviews

5 - Excellent

410

Rating 4 - Good. 333 out of 999 reviews

4 - Good

333

Rating 3 - Okay. 132 out of 999 reviews

3 - Okay

132

Rating 2 - Poor. 77 out of 999 reviews

2 - Poor

77

Rating 1 - Terrible. 47 out of 999 reviews

1 - Terrible

47

3.8/5

Property conditions & facilities

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4/5 Good

Sara

Traveled with partner

Oct 8, 2021

Liked: Staff & service

Pleasant stay. It could use a good cleaning…walls were filthy. But over all great property. We stayed creekside and loved the sound when we opened our patio door.

Stayed 1 night in Oct 2021

4/5 Good

Alisha Bowman, Asheboro

Traveled with partner

Oct 4, 2021

Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, amenities

The place was beautiful and the staff were great. It could really use some work in a few places though, there were exposed wires outside where people had broken the lighting along the walkway near the river. Im assuming its where guest have not respected the property. The room was beautiful, loved the wood burning fireplace in my room.

Stayed 2 nights in Oct 2021

5/5 Excellent

Caroline

Traveled with family

Oct 2, 2021

Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, amenities, property conditions & facilities

Everything we needed was provided. Coffee was OK but if you have a favorite take it with you. I mention coffee because every moring I took my coffee on to the balcony and watch as the creek ran by. What a perfect time to relax and recharge. Pool was open after labor day. On the trolly line. Close to Food City for snacks and wood for the fireplace. Highly recommend.

Stayed 3 nights in Sep 2021

1/5 Terrible

Aileen

Oct 1, 2021

Disliked: Cleanliness, staff & service, property conditions & facilities

Certainly not as pictured front desk very unpleasant and unprofessional

Stayed 2 nights in Sep 2021

5/5 Excellent

Katherine E

Traveled with family

Sep 29, 2021

Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, amenities, property conditions & facilities

The staff was so friendly and accommodating for our every need. This hotel is right where you want to be in Gatlinburg away from the crowds but close enough to get to everything and the trolley stops right at the front door.

Stayed 4 nights in Sep 2021

Sours: https://www.expedia.com/Gatlinburg-Pigeon-Forge-Hotels-Brookside-Resort-By-FairBridge.h4978639.Hotel-Information

Gatlinburg one year after the devastating wildfires then and now

Gatlinburg one year after the wildfires

A raging inferno swept through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and into the city of Gatlinburg, Tennessee on November 28, 2016, killing 14 people and injuring 190 more. Damage caused by the fires is estimated at over $500 million.

2460 structures were damaged or destroyed and 17,136 acres were burned. Strong winds reaching 87 mph fanned the flames on as it swept through Gatlinbug.

I covered the fires last year and the immediate aftermath as residents were first allowed back to their homes and businesses. Here is a link to what they found and what their homes and businesses looked like before the fires. I returned to the area this week to see what progress has been made to repair the damage. Most of the same places were revisited. This is what I found.

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View from Carlos C. Campbell Overlook then

View from the Carlos C. Campbell Overlook just after the park reopened last year.

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View from Carlos C. Campbell Overlook one year later

View from the Carlos C. Campbell Overlook now. The fire destruction can be clearly seen where the fall color ends. Most everything above the color line was burned. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Roaring Fork Baptist Church after the fires

Roaring Fork Baptist Church was completely destroyed.

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Roaring Fork Baptist Church now

The Roaring Fork Baptist Church is being rebuilt and is almost complete. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Tree Tops Resort then

The Tree Tops Resort on Roaring Fork Road. Several structures were destroyed at the complex. (

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Tree Tops Resort now

The Tree Tops Resort on Roaring Fork Road. Construction work is in progress throughout the complex one year later. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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El Sonador Mexican Restaurant then

El Sonador Mexican Restaurant after the wildfires burned it to the ground.

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El Sonador Mexican Restaurant now

El Sonador Mexican Restaurant is still a vacant lot one year later.

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Black Bears

A young black bear cub hides in the shadow of a tree as his mother tries to lead it away from a group of tourists in a fire ravages section of the park.  Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Creek Place Efficiencies then

Creek Place Efficiencies on Parkway were completely destroyed but the bank next door (right) was untouched.

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Creek Place Efficiencies now

Creek Place Efficiencies on Parkway have not been rebuilt and the land is for sale. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Ogle's Market and 73 Car Wash then

Ogle's Market and 73 Car Wash just after the wildfires.

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Ogle's Market and 73 Car Wash now

Ogle's Market and 73 Car Wash one year later. The debris has been cleaned up but the market has not been rebuilt yet. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Alamo Steakhouse then

Alamo Steakhouse on East Parkway, is one of the more famous restaurants in town. It was completely destroyed.

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Alamo Steakhouse now

The Alamo Steakhouse has been completely rebuild on the same site. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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New construction

A new house under construction one year after the wildfires devastated Gatlinburg. You can clearly see the path of the fire by the trees without leaves. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Cabin at 223 Roaring Fork Road then

Homes destroyed in the 200 block on Roaring Fork Road.

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Cabin at 223 Roaring Fork Road now

A concrete slab in the foreground contrasts with a home under construction next door a year after the fires. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Service Station on East Parkway then

A service station on Parkway destroyed by the fires on East Parkway.

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Service Station on East Parkway now

This service staion on Parkway one year later. The debris has been cleared andd a new home was built on a hill behind it. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Chimney Tops

The view of Chimney Tops looks beautiful from a distance. This is where the wildfire started one year ago. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Chimney Tops up close

A closer look at Chimney Tops shows the destruction the fire caused. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Black Bear Cub

A young black bear cub looks up into a tree, hiding in the tree's shadow. Its mother was nearby watching. The bears were sited in an area where the fires swept through. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Scars remain during the rebuilding process

A charred tree still remains, but new construction moves forward in the distance. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Carr's Northside Cottages then

Several cottages at Carr's Northside Cottages were destroyed.

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Carr's Northside Cottages now

Most of the cottages at Carr's Northside Cottages have been completely rebuilt. The complex suffered heavy damage. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Tower Road home then

The home was gutted by the wildfires on Tower Road.

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Tower Road home now

One year later, the debris has been cleared but nothing has been rebuilt yet. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Marilyn Sims home Davenport Road then

Ronnie Buckner walks on the driveway where the home once stood. It was built in the early 1960's. The Marilyn Sims family home at 804 Davenport Road in Gatlinburg.

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Marilyn Sims home Davenport Road now

The Marilyn Sims property has been cleared on Davenport Road. Nothing has been rebuilt yet. The original home was built in the 1960's. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Gatling Village Townhouses on Baskins Creek Road then

Gatling Village Townhouses on Baskins Creek Road. Many of the structures were damaged or destroyed.

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Gatling Village Townhouses on Baskins Creek Road now

Gatling Village Townhouses on Baskins Creek Road. The units are being rebuilt. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Survivor

One tree survived close to where the wildfire raced through north of Chimney Top. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Downtown Gatlinburg busy

The main parkway in Gatlinburg on a busy autumn day. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Condos on Cherokee Orchard Road then

Condos destroyed on Cherokee Orchard Road.

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Condos on Cherokee Orchard Road now

The lot has been cleared where condos once stood on Cherokee Orchard Road. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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New construction on Tower Road

New construction on Tower Road. Most of this area was destroyed by the fires. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Country Town N' Suites then

Country Town N' Suites shortly after the wildfires.

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Country Town N' Suites now

Country Town N' Suites today. All of the debris is gone but the units have not been rebuilt yet. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Country Town N' Suites

Search and Rescue markings remain on a wall at Country Town N' Suites. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Bypass entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park today

Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires. The fire swept across this entrance and evidence remains.

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Robert E. Lee Hotel at 349 East Holly Ridge Road then

Robert E. Lee Hotel at 349 East Holly Ridge Road.

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Robert E. Lee Hotel at 349 East Holly Ridge Road now

Robert E. Lee Hotel at 349 East Holly Ridge Road. The debris has been cleared and is now a parking lot for construction vehicles and trailers. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Stark contrast

The Tree Tops Resort on Roaring Fork Road are under construction in the background, but the homes in the foreground have not been rebuilt yet. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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New construction underway

New Construction in a neighborhood above Gatlinburg. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Destruction below Turkey Nest Road then

Views of destruction from Turkey Nest Road one year ago.

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Destruction below Turkey Nest Road now

A view looking down on a street below Turkey Nest Road. The debris has been cleared but nothing built yet. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Black Bear in fire area today

A black bear walks through the forest close to wear the wildfires destroyed much of the area, north of Chimney Top. She and her two cubs have returned to the area.  Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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New growth

New growth appears around a charred tree. The understory is returning to much of the burned area. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Charred mountain top

A charred mountain top where the fire raced through. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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New construction near chair lift

A new home being built near the chair lift above Gatlinburg. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Beautiful drives

There are beautiful drives throughout the park even after the fires. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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Streams running clear again

Most of the fire debris has disappeared from the streams in the fire affected areas. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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More growth

New construction above Gatlinburg on East Holly Ridge Road. Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park one year after the devastating wildfires.

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More info about Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Gatlinburg Before and After the Wildfires 2016

Gatlinburg One Week After the Devastating Wildfires

Gatlinburg Christmas After the Wildfires

Great Smoky Mountains National Park After the Wildfires

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A look back one year after the devastating wildfires in Gatlinburg Tennessee and the great Smoky Mountains National Park. Then and now photos and progress being made.

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Sours: https://www.al.com/outdoors/2017/11/gatlinburg_one_year_after_the.html

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UPDATED LIST: More structures damaged, destroyed by fire

As damage reports continue in the aftermath of the devastating wildfires in Gatlinburg and the Smokies that has to date destroyed nearly 1,700 homes and businesses, we've compiled a list of structures affected by the fires and/or the ferocious winds that accompanied them.

The Alamo restaurant after wildfires mixed with high winds on Monday evening to cause widespread damage in the Gatlinburg area Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016.

This list, in alphabetical order, will continue to be updated as more information becomes available, and cleanup continues.

Alamo Steakhouse, Gatlinburg: destroyed; Alamo Steakhouse owner Kelly Johnson said employees will maintain their salaries for the next year.

The Applewood Farmhouse Restaurant & Grill in Sevierville: undamaged and serving meals to first responders

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts: Executive Director Bill May offered an update, saying Hughes Hall and Wild Wing (both lodging facilities) destroyed, as well as a maintenance building; May said  "the core campus is intact."   The craft center will host a free musical concert on Dec. 10.

Baskins Creek Condos: undamaged

Baskins Creek Vacation Rentals: destroyed

Bearskin Lodge on the River: intact

Bennett’s Pit Bar-B-Que, Gatlinburg: no damage

Big Daddy’s Pizza, Gatlinburg: undamaged

Black Bear Falls Log Home Community: all cabins initially believed lost, but according to the Gatlinburg Getaway website, all cabins were spared in the fire.

Blaine's Grill and Bar: intact

Brookside Resort: no damage

Calhoun’s Cherokee Grill: intact, but eatery posted on its Facebook page that "we will be closed until further notice."

Arrowmont executive director Bill May shared photos of the Arrowmont campus on Facebook.

Carr's Northside Cottages & Motel: damage unknown; according to Carr's website: "Offices are closed while we assess damages to our property.  Currently, we have no power or access to our office."

Chalet Village: damaged; website states: "We will be issuing full refunds for check-ins with arrival dates in the next 7-10 days"

Chapel at the Park: undamaged; according to its website, "Chapel at the Park was on the end of town that was not effected by the fire."

Christ in the Smokies Museum and Gardens: undamaged

Cobbly Nob community: dozens of houses destroyed

Cooter's Place: intact

Crawdaddy’s Restaurant & Oyster Bar: intact

Creek Place Efficiencies: destroyed

Creek Place Properties: A News Sentinel reporter in Gatlinburg witnessed the cabin rental office burn Tuesday morning

Crockett's Breakfast Camp: no damage

Cupid's Chapel of Love: destroyed; Facebook page says, We will be upgrading all of our weddings to Chapel at the Park."

Doc Collier Moonshine: intact

Dollywood: park undamaged and now open; according to Dollywood Director of Communications Pete Owens, "more than a dozen" cabins damaged

Dollywood's DreamMore Resort: no damage

The Donut Friar: no damage

Driftwood Apartments: destroyed

Eight Gables Inn: destroyed; its website states: "If you have an upcoming reservation, we will be reaching out to you soon."

Elkmont: intact

The Fabulous Chalet: damaged

First Baptist Church of Gatlinburg: church building intact, but youth building destroyed; church's Facebook page says to "please continue to pray for our service personnel still working the fires."

Five Guys Burgers and Fries on Parkway: smoke damage

The Fox & Parrot Tavern: intact

The Gatlinburg welcome center sign is partially destroyed by wildfire flames on Monday, Nov. 28, 2016.

Gatlinburg Church of Christ: destroyed

Gatlinburg Convention Center: intact

Gatlinburg Inn: no damage

Gatlinburg-Pittman High School: no damage

Gatlinburg Sky Lift: no damage, but the attraction's website says "with the mandatory evacuation still active in Gatlinburg, Sky Lift operations remain closed."

Gatlinburg Townhouse Village: 10 units destroyed

Greystone Lodge: intact

Highlands Condos: destroyed: website says "all condos are now unavailable for rent"

Hillbilly Golf: damage to course; buildings intact

Hollywood Star Cars Museum: minor roof and smoke damage

Hungry Bear BBQ: intact

Jack Huff’s Motor Lodge: no damage

Kilwins: intact

Laurel Springs Lodge Bed & Breakfast: intact

LeConte Lodge: undamaged

The Lodge at Buckberry Creek: most structures destroyed; Buckberry's Facebook page says: "It is with heavy hearts we announce that only one building survived the Gatlinburg wildfires."

Loco Burro: intact

Log Cabin Pancake House, Gatlinburg: intact

Maddog’s: no damage

Mountain House Inn: intact

Mountain Laurel Chalets: 44 cabins destroyed

Mountain Lodge Restaurant: destroyed

Mountain Mall: no damage

Mysterious Mansion: Initial reports said mansion was destroyed in the fire, but venue is now reporting on its Facebook page that building stands

NAPA Auto Parts, Gatlinburg: damaged

No Way Jose’s: intact

Ober Gatlinburg: undamaged

Olde Gatlinburg Condos: intact

Ole Smoky Candy Kitchen: intact

Ole Smoky Moonshine: no damage

Pancake Pantry, Gatlinburg: undamaged

The Park Grill: no damage

The Park Vista Hotel: damaged but building stands

Parrot Mountain: no damage

Peace Frogs, Gatlinburg: no damage

Peddler Steakhouse: undamaged

Pi Beta Phi Elementary School: intact (minor wind and smoke damage)

Pittman Center community: dozens of homes destroyed

Pittman Center Elementary School: no damage

Rainbow Motel, Gatlinburg: no damage

Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies in Gatlinburg, Tenn., Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016. Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies was left unharmed during this week's wildfires.

Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies: no damage; general manager says "all is fine"

Riverhouse Motor Lodge: destroyed

Riverhouse Motorlodge was destroyed Monday when wildfires mixed with high winds Monday evening in Gatlinburg. That area today is seeing steady rain.

River Terrace: possible damage; website says hotel is "temporarily shut down as we assess the fire damage"

Roaring Fork Baptist Church: destroyed; church's website said it is accepting donations and "thank you for all your prayers."

Rocky River Motel: damaged

Sidney James Mountain Lodge: no damage

Smoky Mountain Brewery: intact

Southland Car & Jeep Rentals: heavily damaged

Space Needle: intact

Sugarlands Distilling Company: undamaged; Sugarlands Shine praised first responders on its Facebook page, saying, "the strength and commitment displayed by these men and women was, and is, nothing short of heroic."

Sugarlands Visitors Center: no damage

Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre: undamaged; according to its Facebook page, theater will try to re-open Dec. 8.

Tom & Earl's Back Alley Grill: intact

TreeTops Resort: destroyed

Tremont Institute: intact

Tudor Inn bed and breakfast: destroyed

This aerial photo shows, shows destroyed buildings along U.S. 321, many burned down to the foundation, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016, the day after a wildfire in Gatlinburg, Tenn. (Paul Efird/Knoxville News Sentinel via AP)

Wears Valley community: around 70 homes destroyed

Wearwood Elementary School: intact (some roof damage from high winds)

Westgate Smoky Mountain Resort & Spa: heavy damage; partially reopened on Dec. 10.

Sours: https://www.knoxnews.com/story/news/local/tennessee/2016/11/30/wednesday-update-list-structures-damaged-wildfire/94673508/
Brookside Resort. Gatlinburg TN. Отель основанный семьёй Рейгонов,1931 год.

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