LIST: What's damaged, destroyed and intact

Sevier County released an interactive map that shows the Gatlinburg fire area.

Here is a list of structures and areas affected by the Gatlinburg wildfires. The list is in alphabetical order. We will continue to keep this updated as we find out more, and keep in mind that information is constantly changing as more assessments are made.

The Pittman Center Community Volunteer Fire Department said it will also be taking messages from callers about specific properties on its non-emergency line at (865)-436-9684, and will eventually provide home and business owners in the Gatlinburg area with the status of their individual properties as it becomes available.

Related: Interactive map shows Gatlinburg fire area


No businesses in Pigeon Forge were damaged by the fires, and are open for business.

Alamo Steakhouse: Destroyed

Applewood Farmhouse: Intact, and served meals to first responders

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts: All buildings except Hughes Hall and Wild Wing survived with little damage. (More info)

Black Bear Falls: Earlier reports from TEMA said it was destroyed, but management has confirmed no damage.

Buckberry Lodge: The family that owns the lodge told 10News it is destroyed. 

Carr’s Cottages: No known damage as of Tuesday morning.

Chalet Village: Suffered damage, but not destroyed.

Chapel at the Park: Intact. More info here.

CLIMB Works: Intact

Cobbly Knob area: About 70 homes destroyed.

Condo Villas of Gatlinburg Association: 31 homes completely destroyed 

Cupid's Chapel of Love: Destroyed, more info on their Facebook page

Days Inn on the River: Owner confirmed to WBIR they believe the building is still standing, though they think a the Quality Inn behind it will likely be damaged.

Deer Ridge Mountain Resort: Intact (link)

Dollywood: Several cabins damaged or destroyed. DreamMore resort not damaged. Dollywood park has some wind damage but no damage from fire. Park will reopen on Friday. (More info)

Downtown Gatlinburg: Intact

Elkmont: Intact 

Elk Springs Resort: Cabins seem to be in fine shape, though some employees lost their homes

Fudge Shoppe of the Smokies: intact and will reopen as soon as allowed

Gatlinburg-Pittman High School: Not damaged

Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont: GSMNP officials confirmed to WBIR no park structures have been damaged by the fires in the Elkmont or Park Headquarters area. They did have minor damage from downed trees. 

Hillbilly Golf: Buildings intact, some damage to the golf course.

Highland Condominiums: Destroyed. One couple shared their story as they fled their burning condo

Honeymoon Hills: Intact. More info here.

LeConte Lodge: Intact

Little Log Wedding Chapel: Intact

Log Cabin Pancake House (Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg): Intact

Mooney's Ski Mountain Chalet: Unknown. They said "We greatly appreciate all of the calls, texts, and messages. We are currently unsure of the condition of our place as they are not letting anyone in the area right now. We will be sure to let you all know more as soon as we do!"

Mysterious Mansion: Unknown-- conflicting reports earlier said it was destroyed, but that may not be the case. Follow their Facebook page for further updates.

Ober Gatlinburg: Intact

Park Vista hotel: Intact (More info)

Parrot Mountain: Intact

Pi Beta Phi Elementary School: Intact (Suffered some minor wind and smoke damage)

Pittman Center Elementary School: Not damaged

Ripley's Aquarium: Intact. Biologists at the aquarium confirm the animals are OK. (More info)


Rocky Waters Motor Inn: Owner confirmed to WBIR they believe the building is still standing.

Sugarland Visitors Center: GSMNP officials confirmed to WBIR no park structures have been damaged by the fires in the Elkmont or Park Headquarters area. They did have minor damage from downed trees. 

Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre: Intact, according to an update on the theatre's Facebook page, although the owner lost his home. 

The Island: Completely untouched by fire

The Mountain Lodge (Restaurant): Destroyed.

Tree Tops Resort: They know some (if not all) of their buildings have been destroyed. They said it is possible some may not have been, but they have not been able to return yet.

Wear's Valley area: About 70 homes destroyed.

Westgate Resort: Many cabins damaged, but planning to reopen remaining cabins in two weeks, and to rebuild the others 

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