Tennessee’s mountain resort city, Pigeon Forge, is like a scene out of a retro movie filled with adventure, entertainment and music. You’ll find the unfiltered Appalachian scenery and deep-seated Southern culture come together to give you an exciting mix of travel experiences.
The city calls upon hikers, bikers and campers with its proximity to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The mountains, locally known as ‘The Smokies’, are carved with over a thousand-kilometres of hiking trails, some of which lead to swimming holes that you can plunge into. You can also canoe down the Little Pigeon Forge River or spend a night under the stars at its sprawling campgrounds.
Entertainment comes in spades in this southeastern city of the United States and a testimony to that are its array of revues and dinner theatres. You can catch a live performance at the Grand Majestic Theater or the Country Tonite Theatre. For an evening of good-humoured chuckles in Pigeon Forge, head to the Comedy Barn or Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show.
This American city is dotted with sprawling theme parks and smaller adventure parks. You can buckle up for a rip-roaring ride at Dollywood and fire up your country spirit with Dolly Parton’s Stampede Dinner Attraction. To enjoy views of the city from a 200-foot-high observation wheel, make your way to The Island in Pigeon Forge.