Restaurants (Top 10) – Whether you like traditional Appalachian mountain cooking, or prefer your meals upscale and modern, visitors to the Smoky Mountains can enjoy a myriad of fresh, delicious dining with a large dose of Southern hospitality. Here, you’ll find 10 for the Smoky Mountain’s most favorite establishments...READ MORE
Pigeon Forge Lodging – This is probably the most popular location for those vacationing in the smoky mountains. Located in a mountain resort in Sevier County, the city offers shows, attractions, and modern shopping stores. You will have the options to stay in a condo, hotel, cabin, or even campgrounds. To check for lodging availability Click on the following link: Pigeon Forge Lodging
Attractions (Best 10) – The Smoky Mountains encompass over 800 square miles between North Carolina and Tennessee and is home to activities and attractions that will delight every member of the family...READ MORE
Other Attractions – You’ll find over 40 different attractions in Pigeon Forge including everything from miniature golf and go karts to larger parks like The Titanic Museum, and Dollywood. Try rolling downhill in a clear plastic zorb, free-falling at Flyaway Indoor Skydiving, or swing on one of the zip lines or indoor ropes course at WonderWorks.
Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail – This motor trail is six miles long and offers incredible views of rushing mountain streams, hardwood forests, and historic Appalachian buildings. The Grotto Falls trail head, another popular waterfall, is also located along the loop. Be on the lookout for nearby Rainbow Falls, an extraordinary 80-foot tall waterfall named for the rainbow it creates from the mist on sunny afternoons; Grotto Falls, a 25-foot high waterfall.
Shows and Entertainment – Pigeon Forge offers a great selection of live entertainment including comedy acts, skits, magic tricks and live music. Music shows include the best of Broadway, rock n’ roll, bluegrass, country and gospel. Dinner shows are a terrific bet, like the family-friendly Lumberjack Feud or the Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud.
Fun Time Trolley – Catch a ride on the Fun Time Trolley for easy (and fun!) travel to local attractions, restaurants and lodging.
Nearby Attractions – If you would like to spend some of you days with a bit less excitement and adventure, you should consider visiting some of the nearby attractions such as the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site or the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area. If you are Ok in driving a bit you can head towards the Blue Ridge area. he Blue Ridge Parkway spans 469 miles and winds through no fewer than 29 counties in Virginia and North Carolina, boasting stunning views of…READ MORE