We always park at the Gatliburg Welcome Center then take the tralley into Gatlinburg. Parking here is free, then its 50 cents a person for the tram. Cheaper than paying $5 to $8 in Gatlinburg plus sitting in heavey traffic looking for a place to park. This way you just wait for the tralley and let them worry about the... 更多
we usually park by the City Hall (free parking) and take Blue trolley to downtown Gatlinburg. Great economical way to avoid crowds and parking, especially around holidays.
It was only $5 and worth it. Able to view the light displays in the warmth of a trolley with someone else doing the driving. Must buy tickets ahead of time and they do book up. Pick up is downtown near the Aquarium.
for a mere price this is a fun way to see the sights..not to mention it saves you parking fees... all of the drivers are friendly and helpful...
The gatlinburg trolley is an inexpensive way to see the whole town at a leisurely pace. Lots of get on and off spots. Definitely worth doing even of you go round trip!
Took the trolley from our hotel in to Gatlinburg. We were able to visit all the wineries and distilleries without having to worry about driving back to the resort. It is very inexpensive (50 cents each) and the driver was very friendly. Great service!
Each time we're in Gatlinburg, we make a trip or two on the trolley. The routes are easy to navigate and understand, the trollies run frequently, and the cost is perfect. Our two young kids enjoy the ride along River Road in Gatlinburg as much as they enjoy walking along the main drive in Gatlinburg. The drivers are always helpful!
If you are tired of driving in the heavy traffic, take a trolley. They go everywhere. It's cheap and you don't have to worry about parking. There are a plethora of bus stops so you can get on and off again wherever you want. It's a Gatlinburg tradition.