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Things to Do this Spring in Pigeon Forge

Here are some of our suggestions on things to do during spring break in Pigeon Forge.

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Spend Your Spring Break in Pigeon Forge

Spring Break is the perfect time of year for all ages to visit Pigeon Forge. Whether you’re a family with children, a group of teenagers or young adults, this mountain destination has something for every interest. You’ll find countless things to do during your spring break vacation in Pigeon Forge.

Things to Do this Spring in Pigeon Forge

Here are some of our suggestions on things to do during spring break in Pigeon Forge.

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Attend a Local Festival and Event

From late February to mid-April, Pigeon Forge has plenty of events. There’s sure to be something happening during your spring break vacation. Mark your calendar for one of the food festivals, arts and crafts shows, races and more.

Save the date for the Smoky Mountain Wine Fest, Festival of Nations, Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament and more.

Visit Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Pigeon Forge is not far from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This renowned national park is the perfect destination for camping, hiking, biking and more. During spring, the Smoky Natural setting is in full bloom. Go on a scenic walk and spot blossoming wildflowers and even wildlife.

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Spend the Day at Dollywood

Dollywood reopens for the 2020 season on March 14. With live music, daily demonstrations from world class master craftsmen, tasty Southern-style food and, of course, more than 40 ground-breaking rides and attractions, Dollywood theme park is a family destination like none other.

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Have a Meal Outside

When the weather warms up, you’ll want to spend as much time as possible outside. Pigeon Forge has a number of restaurants with outdoor patio seating and several with breathtaking mountain views.

Toast to Your Spring Break

Spring breakers age 21 and older will love having a beer, glass of wine or cocktail at one of Pigeon Forge’s local bars, breweries, distilleries or wine bars. Many of these locations have outdoor seating so you can enjoy your drink in the sunshine.

Click here to read about the local libations in the Tennessee Smokies.

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