Visit Pigeon Forge
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Welcome to the beautiful city of Pigeon Forge. Around every corner you’re sure to find countless experiences to make your vacation the best one yet. While staying in Pigeon Forge, you are truly in the middle of all the excitement.
About Pigeon Forge
Explore Pigeon Forge like never before with the best places to stay, things to do, best restaurants, area shopping and much more. Your vacation to Pigeon Forge is sure to be filled with adventure, entertainment and those scenic mountain views.
Pigeon Forge continues to grow and offer new experiences every year. This year, visit the new additions to Dollywood theme park and The Island. This year also holds the opening of new museums, a new mountain coaster and new restaurants.
Things to Do in Pigeon Forge
Pigeon Forge is home to some of the best entertainment in the southeast! Watch as world-class singers, dancers, musicians and other amazing performers take the stage. You’ll find top-rated, family-friendly shows packed with music, dancing and a hearty feast. No matter what kind of show you’re looking for, there are many options here in Pigeon Forge. Visiting during the holidays? Pigeon Forge shows transform into a winter wonderland packed with festive music, characters and an ode to the birth of Christ.
For a few thrilling adventures, you’ve come to the right place. Fly amongst the treetops while ziplining, or race down class III and IV rapids while whitewater rafting. Avid fishermen and new anglers won’t want to miss fishing on the Little Pigeon River.
The natural beauty of this region is something you can’t miss. Visit one of the local city parks for a relaxing afternoon picnic. Pigeon Forge City Park has two playgrounds perfect for young children. Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the paved Riverwalk Trail on the east banks of the Pigeon River.
Pigeon Forge is also a great destination for sports travel. With three outstanding facilities, you’ll find baseball, softball, basketball, gymnastics, cheer competitions and more throughout the year. Watch baseball tournaments from March through November at Ripken Experience Pigeon Forge. This first-class facility attracts more than 600 teams for youth baseball tournaments each year. Pigeon Forge also boasts the LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge and Wear Farm City Park.
On a rainy day, or to take the kids somewhere interactive indoors, be sure to check out the many museums in Pigeon Forge. Meet some wax versions of your favorite celebrities, experience outer space and try your luck at setting a new world record. With thousands of exhibits to explore, there’s something for everyone, even the history lover. Discover all of the “edu-tainment” each museum holds.
Vacation is a great excuse to shop ‘til you drop! With everything from name-brand stores at the outlets to down-home local craftsmen, you’ll find that souvenir, sale and store that you’re looking for. With over 300 boutiques, outlets, malls and a retail, dining and entertainment complex in Pigeon Forge, there’s so much to choose from.
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Pigeon Forge Events
Visit Pigeon Forge during one of the local crafts fairs, including the Rotary Club Crafts Festival from September to October. This free festival is the perfect time to browse and purchase handmade items from some of the area’s most talented artists and craftsmen.
Pigeon Forge events are sure to be the highlight of your year. No matter when you visit, there are a number of festivals, parades, car shows and concerts that take place year-round. Celebrate America’s independence at Patriot Festival or bring in the holiday season during Winterfest.
No matter where you are in beautiful Pigeon Forge, you’re sure to meet friendly faces and experience the best southern hospitality in the region! A place you’ll be treated like family no matter where you’re from, with locals who can’t wait to have you back. Our backyard is the ultimate playground for tourists from all over the world to come and play. It’s all right here in the heart of the Smokies, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.