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Wilderness At the Smokies, Sevierville

Categories: Water Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Inspirock Rating:
3.5/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web
Wilderness At the Smokies is located in Sevierville. To visit Wilderness At the Smokies on your holiday in Sevierville, and find out what else Sevierville has to offer, use our Sevierville vacation trip planner.
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  • We went here on vacation and it was wonderful because there is not a reason to leave and go anywhere else everything you would want to do is here. Which is great if you have small children because you...  read more »
  • We've made this an annual trip for our grandsons during fall break. They are 7 and 12...and just love it. There is something for everyone to do while here. But, we've found that they get tired of swim...  read more »
  • What does that mean? This should be a "very good" for the youngsters but a "zero" for adults, especially with handicaps. So who's paying for this monster, the kids or the parents? There are literally ...  read more »
  • Great place!!!! Rooms are clean, water areas are super clean, staff is nice, and the food was really good! We will Definitely be back! I wish we come to this place sooner.
  • Not good! Better places to go. Kids enjoyed water slides. Checked us into room that already had someone in it. Wish they would of told us we had no window in room(Stain glass thing we could not see out of) made me feel extremely claustrophobic, would have rather seen parking lot. Food expensive and gross!!!!! Don't mind food being expensive as long as it is good. Breakfast and coffee at Thirsty Miner was awful, don't waste ur money. Life guards were all friendly.
  • Box spring sheet had brownish-red on it - appeared to be dried blood. Towels were not replenished unless you asked. Tub had hairs in it. Super crowded. Tip - get in line at 10:00 and hurry to the rides you want to ride - otherwise, the lines are long. Very loud in corridor while we were there as groups were allowed to "meet" in the hallways - run up and down the hall, yell, etc. until 11:30. We couldn't even get security to come up until after 11:30. All in all, it wasn't worth the price we paid. My daughter and I did enjoy the rides we went on. Lifeguards were all nice and friendly - kept a sharp eye out for anyone that might need help. They really are terrific. We spent a lot of time in the Lazy River, which is the best we've experienced.
  • I brought a group of 11yr old boys for a last minute getaway before they start middle school. They have had a blast! Food not to great for the price but the fun these boys are having outweighs that by far! Room was nice and clean and lines for slides haven't been bad at all! All the staff has been great!
  • Nice sized room for a family of 6. Contained master suite room, 2 Murphy beds and a pull out sofa bed, 2 full bathrooms, a mini fridge, microwave and a nice balcony (Stone Hill Lodge). We stayed in off-season and experienced minimal crowds. We had no crowds in the parking lots, in the lodge hallways or at the waterparks. We rarely waited in line at the waterparks. Beautiful facility with shuttle service between the various locations.
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