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Anakeesta

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Anakeesta offers a unique outdoor mountain experience for all ages.Admission includes a scenic Chondola ride from the Parkway to the summit, 16 bridge Tree Canopy Walk, Treehouse Village Playground, Forest Memorial Walk, Dueling Ziplines, Gem Mining, shopping, dining and the most gorgeous scenic ...
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Tiffany
Tiffany
January 05, 2020
Fun way to get up the mountain via a ski lift, a cabin, or riding in their truck. Once there, you can go across the swinging tree-tops bridges, kids can play in the kids treetop playground, there are shops, mountain coasters, restaurants, and more.
Scott And Regina
Scott And Regina
December 31, 2019
Great adventure park and shopping
Danielle
Danielle
December 31, 2019
A place to make memories and have a family adventure
Shelly And Chloe
Shelly And Chloe
December 29, 2019
Great place to spend the day. Amazing views. Fun for all ages. Treetop canopy walk. Beer and shine served. Kids treehouse play area. Mountaintop garden. Many awesome photo options.
Peggy
Peggy
December 22, 2019
We visited this attraction last time in Gatlinburg. We really enjoyed it. They are in the process of expanding it as well. There is zip lining, tree bridges, a mountain car ride, a garden, spectacular views, food drinks, it was a great way to spend a day.

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Ubicación
576 Parkway
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
Teléfono(865) 325-2400
Sitio webanakeesta.com
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