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Where to Stay in Pigeon Forge – a neighborhood guide

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A favorite holiday destination with families, couples, and adventurers alike, Pigeon Forge is well equipped to accommodate every sort of visitor. Whether you’re traveling on a budget and planning to explore each and every attraction in town, or just looking to take in some mesmerizing mountain scenery, finding the right place to stay is not going to be a problem.
Hotels on Parkway

 

 

Parkway is lined with typically unpretentious and affordable hotels and motels great for families who want to be in the thick of Pigeon Forge action, with all the main amusements close by. Despite their humble appearances, many also feature perks like outdoor swimming pools and even the occasional spa tub. Dollywood Lane

 

 

If you want to be close to some of the most exhilarating thrill rides in the US, Dollywood Lane is the place for you. It runs right next to Dollywood Theme Park and Dollywood’s Splash Country, which have all you could want from a wild and energetic family vacation. From Western-themed roller coasters to all singing, all dancing live shows taking their cue from Dolly Parton's knack for showbiz exuberance, it's a theme park that'll please kids and grown-ups alike.

 

Hotels on Dollywood Lane

 

 

Hotels on Dollywood Lane provide anything from stylish and homely condos to the most upmarket of Pigeon Forge luxury. Not only can you find grand and elegant accommodation with chandelier-laden lobbies along with vast outdoor swimming pools and guestrooms with their own kitchens, but there are also reliable chain favorites close by. All enjoy quick access to Gatlinburg Municipal Golf Course.

 

Sevierville

 

 

About 15 minutes north of Pigeon Forge is Sevierville, Dolly Parton’s hometown. A gateway to swathes upon swathes of undulating countryside, it’s the perfect place from which to embark on an outdoor adventure. Whether you like fishing, hunting, hiking, or horse riding, you’ll be well looked after – and it needn’t be too strenuous. The shopping is fantastic and the dining’s delicious, so get stuck in.

 

Hotels in Sevierville

 

 

While it has a more limited range of hotels compared to Pigeon Forge, Sevierville does boast some delightfully affordable inns that promise to take care of all your basic relaxation and entertainment needs. With hearty breakfasts, free WiFi, and cable TV available in many, you’ll find it easy to wind down after a busy day out.

 

Gatlinburg

 

 

Roughly 7.5 miles south of Pigeon Forge is Gatlinburg, a charming town with the Smoky Mountains National Park right on its doorstep. This quaint and welcoming community caters to the most active families and chilled out couples. Regardless of your vacation style, you’ll struggle not to immerse yourself in the natural splendor surrounding this entrancing destination, which is a great base for serious mountain explorers.

 

Hotels in Gatlinburg

 

 

Gatlinburg has got a hotel for just about every brand of holidaymaker under the hot Tennessee sun. From budget motels through comfortable chain hotels to larger rustic lodges, no matter what kind of break you’re after Gatlinburg will have it covered. Families are welcome pretty much everywhere and you can expect pools and standard perks like WiFi across the board.