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Large Vehicle Parking Pass

Nature Tour
4 hr. 00 min.
Accessible
Ticket Availability


  


Tour Description

The Large Vehicle parking pass will admit one large vehicle and up to 24 passengers to the Sugarlands Visitor Center parking lot at 7:00 p.m. on the day assigned. Large Vehicle parking passes will be available on or after April 30 and will remain on sale until sold out or until 4 p.m. the day of the event, whichever comes first. Please bring your confirmation letter with you. There will be no parking passes available at Sugarlands.

There is no reason to arrive earlier than 7:00 p.m. but you should arrived no later than 7:30 p.m.. The pass guarantees access to the parking lot until 7:30 p.m. and trolleys will not begin running until 7:00 p.m.

A large vehicle is defined as a vehicle measuring between 19' and 30' long. This pass is intended only to accommodate large vans or small busses and will not admit a passenger car. Large busses (motor coaches) and large motorhomes will not be accommodated.



Please note: Prices listed here do not include the $1.50 per ticket reservation fee, which is non-refundable under all circumstances. Prices listed here also do not include the $1 per person fee for the trolley, which will be collected when you board the trolley.


Tour Details

  • Duration: 4 hr. 00 min.
  • Distance: .05 miles
  • Accessible: Yes
  • Effort: Easy

Know Before You Go

  • No changes can be made to the reservation.
  • Parking passes are not transferrable. The person named in the pass must be present for the party to be admitted.
  • The reservation fee is not refundable, even if the NPS cancels the event due to hazardous weather. Rain checks will not be issued.
  • The trolley fee is $1 per person, roundtrip (cash only), paid when boarding the trolley.
  • The viewing area and trolley stop is a natural, outdoor environment with no shelter. Though the event may be cancelled if hazardous weather seems likely, participants should be prepared for the possibility of inclement weather.


Accessibility

Accessible shuttle trolleys are available. Access to viewing sites is via paved or gravel trails, most of which are wheelchair accessible but some of which have grades which exceed ADA standards. Excellent firefly viewing opportunities are normally available from the paved area near the trolley dropoff point in Elkmont.


Directions

Parking is provided at the Sugarlands Visitor Center. The visitor center is located 2 miles south of Gatlinburg, TN on the Newfound Gap Road, aka U.S. Highway 441. Trolleys will shuttle visitors to the viewing area.


Note: Some Tours may be available only from the Tour Park on a first-come-first-served basis. Arrival dates earlier than the online-reservation-window may also be available at the Tour Park.
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