Don't let the peaceful views of the surrounding Smoky Mountains fool you - Pigeon Forge is a city filled with adventure and fun for all ages! From Dollywood's Wild Eagle with it's 210 foot drop to feeding a bear at Three Bear's General Store, this is a town where memories are made every day.
If you've never visited Pigeon Forge before, you might be fooled into thinking this is a sleepy mountain town. Nothing could be further from the truth - Over ten million visitors flock to this beautiful mountain town each year!
Located just five miles from the main entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park this city boasts world-class shows, plentiful restaurants, endless shopping, and plenty of adventurous attractions.
Pigeon Forge is an amazing little town mountain that offers something for everyone! Where else can you visit that has an outlet mall, horseback riding, go-karting, bungee jumping, zip lining, shows, a winery, restaurants, and much more all within one mile of each other? Would you rather enjoy a quiet picnic lunch? No problem. Throw out a blanket under a canopy of trees beside a scenic river and relax the day away.
Pigeon Forge is jam-packed with entertainment and attractions sure to amaze you and your family! Whether your idea of fun is playing a relaxing round of miniature golf, taking in a broadway-quality show, or going for a spin on the 200' high observation wheel, this town has plenty to offer.
Entertainment is never far away in Pigeon Forge! Top-quality performers and musicians perform nightly in the dozens of live shows the area has to offer. On a budget? The the free, multi-million dollar synchronized fountain and light show at the brand new The Island is not to be missed.
Pigeon Forge is the perfect place for family time! Ride the brand new Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster, feed the Goats on a Roof, or watch candy being made before your eyes as you enjoy time with your family.
Are you ready to make memories that will last a lifetime? It would be impossible to find a better spot than this little mountain town nestled in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. The most popular National Park in the country is a short 15-minute drive away. Whether you visit the Great Smoky Mountains National Park for an hour or two weeks, it is sure to capture your heart. The Smokies have over 500,000 acres of mountains, rivers, and valleys that are sure to amaze you!
How will you spend your days? You are only limited by your imagination. Why not spend an afternoon hiking Laurel Falls or one of the other hundreds of hiking trails spread out over the half-million ares? With over 900 miles of hiking trails, there are hikes ranging from half-mile paved trails with gifts shops to strenuous hikes to the top of Mount LeConte and everything in between.
Not the hiking type? No problem. Enjoy a relaxing ride down one of the Mountains’ rivers on a tube, fly over the mountains in a helicopter, hop in the car for a scenic drive, or enjoy a picnic lunch. Regardless of age and activity level the Smoky Mountains offers something for everyone!
The Old Mill Restaurant is your chance to experience true Southern Cuisine in beautiful, historic building. Expect to receive massive portions of home-cooked, Southern food and plan on ending your meal with a piece of their famous pecan pie (included in the meal price).
No Way Jose's is regularly voted the top Mexican restaurant in the Smoky Mountains. You will love their salsa and tamales, which are made fresh daily and the. The tropical colors and atmosphere is sure to brighten your day!
We don't recommend many chain restaurants, but for Johnny Carino's we will make an exception. If you like Italian food, you will love the 16-layer lasagna, hand-rolled meatballs, and made-from-scratch tiramisu.
This family-friendly craft brewery and restaurant is the perfect spot to end a long day of adventure. The adults in the group will enjoy the microbrew sampler and the hand-tossed pizzas will be a favorite with all ages. 20+ TV's and nightly entertainment guarantees you won't be bored!
If good eatin' is more important than staying on your diet, the greasy fries and loaded burgers will amaze you! Everything is made fresh - Five Guys does not even own a freezer.
Bennett's BBQ in Pigeon Forge has been serving hickory smoked pit barbecue for over 20 years. If you enjoy great barbecue, the slow-smoked pork shoulder, ribs, brisket, chicken, and wings will not disappoint.