Departures are approximately every 30 minutes. Fare is 50 cents. Exact change required. One fare provides unlimited access all along the route. Fare is one dollar all day.
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Click here to view our alternate routes map. You can also take individual routes, and the average fee starts at 50 cents. Exact change is required. Check the Gatlinburg Trolley map below for all the routes and fees. The trolley map also shows local parking lots and decks. Gatlinburg has more than 17 parking lots conveniently located throughout the downtown area for easy access. Just look for the blue parking labels.
Parking fees vary based on locations. Service animals are allowed. Click here to view the Gatlinburg Trolley map. Where to Park Finding a place to park in Gatlinburg is easy. With several public and private parking lots located throughout the downtown area, an open space is never far away. Parking on River Road is free, but parking is limited. Three city surface lots are available—on Parkway at the north end of town, on Reagan Drive and on Bishop Lane.
There are also several privately owned parking lots and a garage on the Parkway on the south end of town. Just hop on a trolley and ride wherever you want to go. Vehicle Rentals Need to rent a car?
Mobility scooters are also available. Limousine services are available for weddings, corporate and scenic tours, trips to the airport or a fun night out on the town. Historical tours and group shuttle transportation services are also available. Select a city for a Google map of Gatlinburg driving directions. See you soon! Departing City.
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