Starting at $499 per couple
2 hour Experience
Flights available for 1- 6 passengers
Souvenir photos (available for purchase)
VIP lakeside dining
Why wait a minute longer to show that special someone how much you care about them, or make a lasting impression on a client and seal the deal over the beautiful shores of Douglas Lake. Take advantage of our uniquely exclusive dining charters in one of our private helicopters.
We have created the perfect date! Enjoy a special day with this adventure that combines a helicopter tour with a waterfront gourmet lunch or dinner at Angelo’s At The Point in Historic Dandridge, TN. Soar above Douglas Lake for epic aerial views and photo ops, accompanied by guided commentary. Fly-In for great food and occasional live entertainment. Angelo’s At The Point offers a wide selection of all-American favorites and sophisticated selections for those looking for more unique flavors and combinations. This has become a popular meeting spot from its opening day. Fun, lively and casual, you never know who might drop in for a drink or a cup of coffee.
Your one-of-a-kind dining experience begins at Scenic Helicopter Tour’s private heliport located minutes from downtown Sevierville, TN. There is a safety briefing prior to boarding the aircraft. The jet-powered aircraft ensures the smoothest ride along with the leather seats for comfort, low glare sightseeing windows for optimal views, and noise-canceling headsets to speak to your friends or pilot during the flight. Enjoy breathtaking views as you fly over the French Broad River and Tennessee’s beautiful Douglas Lake.
Arrive VIP style as your pilot rolls out the red carpet and escorts you to your private table. Upon your return to the heliport, our photo crew will snap photos so that you capture memories of this amazing experience. Available for purchase in our gift shop
Info about the area:
Douglas Lake is a man made lake. The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) formed Douglas Lake from the French Broad River in the early 1940s. Douglas Lake is approximately 555 miles of shoreline with twists, turns, coves and bays stretching from the confluence of the Nolichucky, French Broad and Pigeon River in Cocke County, 8 miles west to the site of the Douglas Dam in Sevier County. While creating the Douglas Dam, the TVA spent one million dollars building a dike in order to prevent the Jefferson County Seat, the town of Dandridge itself, from being completely flooded by the water of the newly formed Douglas Lake. Today, nearly 60 years later, the Dandridge Dike has become a landmark on its own and an integral part of the town itself. The dike is located above numerous historical buildings, many dating back to the 1820s, and are today used as governmental offices and small businesses.
Dandridge has every right to call itself Historic – having been incorporated in 1793 and thus making it the second oldest city in Tennessee. Dandridge has seen plenty of history after and even before that. Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto passed through on his way to a Coosa chiefdom (now Georgia), the Zimmerman’s Island, which once held a substantial Chiaha Native American tribe, is now submerged by Douglas Lake, the 1863 Battle of Dandridge was held here (on Christmas Eve, no less)… the town was even named after George Washington’s wife, Martha Dandridge Washington. The status of “Historic” Dandridge has certainly been earned.
$499 per couple
2 hour Experience
- Approx 40 miles and 20 minutes of guided commentary
- Noise canceling headsets
- Free Parking
- Souvenir photos (available for purchase)
- VIP lakeside dining
- Flights available for 1- 6 passengers
- By reservation only