Foraging for your Cocktails
Explore the wonder of the woods as you collect unique garnishes for your cocktail. Drinks provided by Green Meadow Wine & Spirits. Adventure begins at Little Arrow led by Josh Lowans of Salubrious Farm.
Smoky Mountain Fiber Arts Festival
The Festival will focus on the “sheep to shawl” concept – transforming fleece into finished goods and art pieces. Join us to explore your creativity, enhance your skills and to pursue interests in the fiber arts. Vendors will offer demonstrations in addition to selling supplies, tools, hand-spun and hand-dyed yarn, and finished goods.
Register to learn basic skills and advanced techniques in classes.View More
Wild Trout Paradise
The Smoky Mountains have some of the best trout streams east of the Rockies. This national park has over 1,000 miles of trout streams and is home to legions of wild rainbow, brown, and brook trout. Led by R&R Fly Fishing, they will outline and discuss the best tackle, methods, and flies to fish these beautiful and productive streams.View More
Bronco Super Celebration
Join the largest gathering of Broncos in the entire country at Talley Ho Inn in Townsend! All years welcome, 1966-96. Scenic drives everyday! Bronco Vendors, Bronco Olympics. Kicks off Wednesday. Multiple rides every day, Food Trucks , Show & Shine.View More
2nd Annual Great Smoky Mountain Food Truck Festival
Serving up a foodie experience with curated menus from food trucks across the region at Little Arrow Outdoor Resort in Townsend, TN!View More
Smoky Mountain Scottish Festival and Games
Welcome to the Smoky Mountain Scottish Festival and Games at Maryville College, East Tennessee's premier celebration of Scottish culture and history. Originally founded in 1981 as the Gatlinburg Scottish Festival and Games, we are one of the oldest Scottish Festivals in the country. In 2010, we established a new home in the City of Maryville on the grounds of historic Maryville College, home of "The Scots". You don't have to be Scottish in order to enjoy this unique Festival! Our location in the foothills of The Great Smoky Mountains is the perfect backdrop for you and your family to get a wee glimpse of Scotland.View More
Vietnam 1st & 8th Infantry
Members and family of the Vietnam 1st & 8th Infantry are invited to this reunion.View More
National T-Bucket Alliance
The 2020 T-Bucket Nationals will take place at the Talley Ho Inn. T-Bucket fanatics prefer big engines, huge rear tires, and lots of fancy paint and chrome.View More
Volkswagen Car Show
Knox Volks Motor Club has moved from the pavement to the green, green grass of Townsend, Tennessee for the show. Yep, that's right. No HOT pavement! Not for show cars, not for vendors and not for our visitors!
Summer Jam will feature a huge display of air- and water-cooled Volkswagens vying for tops in their vehicle category, bicycle show, new and used parts vendors, swap meet vendors, children’s activities, and games.Summer Jam will be filled with two-days of planned events and giveaways.
Great Smoky Mountains Half Marathon
This event is produced by Vacation Races in the National Park Half Marathon Series. The course runs immediately outside of the National Park in Blount County Tennessee. Most of the pre- and post-race activities will be held in Townsend, TN. The race course includes beautiful scenery and panoramic views.
Come. Not to achieve your personal best time, but to have the best time of your life.View More
Hudson Essex Terraplane Car Show
Come relax and enjoy the breathtaking Smoky Mountains in Townsend TN! The Talley Ho Inn hosts many car and motorcycle clubs throughout the year, and offer a great venue for our group. Events include cookout at the meet, Friday night Bonfire, swap meet, driving tour, Low Country Boil, and Orphan car show on Saturday.View More
British Car Show
Blount British Cars, Ltd. has become a leader in the East Tennessee area by hosting a British Car gathering on the grounds of the Talley Ho Inn in Townsend, Tennessee. The Gathering has been open to all British cars and motorcycles.
Motorcars have ranged from a 1932 Morris sedan and a 1935 MG Airline Coupe to 1950s, 1960s and newer models of MG, Triumph, Austin-Healey, Jaguar, Land Rover, Rolls-Royce, Minis and Sunbeams. We have also had De Loreans and an Amphicar. We even had an Austin-Healey Boat at one show. Owners range from teenagers to Senior Citizens!