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Pigeon Forge Introduction

The South comes alive in Pigeon Forge, an idyllic gem tucked away in Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains where travelers can experience authentic local culture in beautiful surroundings. Fans of country music are sure to be dazzled by the entertainment on offer—the town is home to Dolly Parton’s 'Dollywood™' theme parks and several top-class live music venues. The nearby Great Smoky Mountains State Park has many breathtaking view points, as well as walking trails to help nature enthusiasts discover the area’s natural scenery. At the end of the day, get a taste of that world-famous southern hospitality as you unwind with some delicious local cuisine at one of the city’s many restaurants.

Hotels in Pigeon Forge

There's a wide range of hotels in Pigeon Forge so you can tailor your vacation to your specific needs. Lovers of country music will want to check out Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort, a 4-star option which offers spa services, restaurants, an indoor pool and fitness center, and a children’s club. The Black Fox Lodge also provides guests a taste of luxury with a pool, fitness center, and business facilities, while the centrally located Vacation Lodge is a budget-friendly choice with an outdoor pool and easy access to the area’s many amenities.

Where to stay

Finding the right place to stay is essential in planning your trip, but you can’t go wrong in Pigeon Forge, which has a huge range of hotel options. Parkway is the town’s central thoroughfare and is dotted with a plethora of Pigeon Forge hotels, typically at competitive prices. On Dollywood Lane there's a selection of resort hotels, and the area is also close to several music venues and some of the city’s best restaurants. Nearby Sevierville is the perfect place for outdoor activities, as well as shopping and dining, all at affordable prices and within a 15-minute drive from Pigeon Forge.

Things to see

Attractions in Pigeon Forge cater to all tastes and all ages. The Titanic Museum operates engaging tours for the whole family, in an eye-catching ship-shaped building that makes a brilliant family photo op. Step inside and you’ll be immersed in the interactive galleries, so captivated that you won’t feel the hours passing you by. A visit to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the perfect opportunity to see the gorgeous Tennessee wilderness with exhibitions about the region’s wildlife and ecology running regularly. Marvel at the spectacular scenery and views or try your hand at horseback riding or hiking to see it all up-close. Find some peace and serenity at Cades Cove, a beautiful sheltered valley where the region’s diverse range of wildlife is on full display. To get the complete experience, put aside a few hours to drive the one-way route around the cove and take it all in.

How to get to Pigeon Forge

Getting to Pigeon Forge is a breeze, with McGhee Tyson Airport only an hour’s drive away. The airport offers flights to major cities across America, from where you can connect with international routes, and it’s connected to the city by private shuttles. Car rental is also available at the airport for those who want the freedom to explore the rugged beauty of the surrounding region on their own steam. Travel in Pigeon Forge is easy—there’s a frequent shuttle service with stops on Main Street and at popular destinations nearby, while a number of taxi companies operate throughout the region to get you wherever you need to go.

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