Q: Where is the RV Show?
A: The Knoxville RV Show is the only RV Show in the area. It is located at the Sevierville Events Center at The Wilderness at the Smokies in Sevierville, TN. The address is 202 Gists Creek Rd., Sevierville, TN 37876.
Q: Where can I buy a ticket?
A: You can buy tickets at the main gate/entrance to the show. Adults are $7.00, kids under 12 and parking are FREE. or you may SAVE $1.00 and purchase tickets for $6.00 on home page
Q: Will a ticket get me in the show all days?
A: Yes, you must see the ticket attendant upon exiting the show to get a pass. Your ID will be required upon re-entry
Q: Is the whole show indoors?A: Yes
Q: I have some tickets placed for me at Will Call. Where can I pick them up?
A: The same location as you buy your tickets will have your name on the official will call list.
Tickets should be held under your last name, or the name of the exhibiting company leaving tickets for you.
Q: How much does parking cost?
A: Parking is FREE
Q: Is there anything else to do besides looking at RVs?A: Yes. There is much more to the RV Show than just the rvs. There will be vendor booths full of camp grounds, parts,accessories, and more! The show will feature celebrity hosts like Paul Bedard from Animal Planets “Gator Boys” as well as Greg Remsburg from Discovery Channel’s “Gold Rush”. The 2013 Knoxville RV Show will feature a racing theme complete with a Nascar Experience. This free interactive feature complete with a full size Nascar Vehicle, racing simulator, dueling dragster simulator and a full size tire changing station, all for you to get a feel for how the big boys train for the circuit.
Q: Is the Show handicap accessible?
A: All entrances into the show are accessible for people with disabilities. However, we can not guarantee access aboard some of the rvs.
Q: Can I bring my bicycle, skateboard, scooter or rollerblades?
A: No. We do not permit any such items on show site.
Q: Can I bring my pet?
A: We get this question very often… The events center does not allow pets. Obviously handicap and guide dogs are allowed under the ADA act.