Pigeon Forge Tennessee calls itself the “Center for Fun in the Smokies” and they are right in the heart of Smoky Mountain fun. There are dozens of attractions and live shows, and hundreds of shops, restaurants and other things to do all within sight of the Great Smoky Mountains.
You can define fun your own way. If you like participation fun you can play all day at MagiQuest or WonderWorks. The Track Family Fun Park offers go-karts, mini-golf, bungee-jumping and kid’s rides at Kid’s Country, and more activities at Bear Country located down by Dixie Stampede. Roll down the Smoky Mountains at Outdoor Gravity Park, or drive through the mountains at the Bluff Mountain ATV Adventures. Slide down them at the Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster, or zip through them at Smoky Mountain Ziplines.
Play mini-golf at Professor Hacker’ Lost Treasure Golf, Adventure Raceway or NASCAR Speedpark where you can also race Go-karts, ride rides or play in the Arcade. Go horseback riding at Big Rock Dude Ranch or Goldrush, and learn to fly at Flyaway Indoor Skydiving
For music and live shows, Pigeon Forge offers the most entertainment east of the Mississippi. There’s feud’n feast&rsuo;n at the Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show, laughter galore at The Comedy Barn and great variety at the Smoky Mountain Opry. There are more dinner shows at the Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery and the Grand Majestic Theater.
There is country music at Country Tonite and Hazzard County Hoedown, Motown’s greatest hits at Soul of Motown, music from several generations at Hit Parade, and legend artists at Memories. And for a magical moments, Terry Evanswood presents the Wonders of Magic at Wonder Works.
Pigeon Forge offers a wide range of dining experiences. At The Old Mill Square you can dine at the Old Mill, a historic landmark, and The Pottery House Cafe, and shop at their unique stores. Other unique restaurants include Mel’s Classic Diner, China 1, Captain Jim’s Seafood, Mel’s Classic Diner, Geno’s Pizza, Wood Grill Buffet, Little Tokyo and Emiliano’s Mexican. Well known and loved chain restaurants include Denny’s and CiCi’s Pizza.
Other interesting experiences in Pigeon Forge include winery tours at Eagle Springs Winery and Mountain Valley Winery and bird watching at Parrot Mountain. Walden’s Landing offers mini-golf at Firehouse Golf, Smoky Mountain Popcorn, Old Time Photo and The Forge Cinema. Shop for dolls and doll accessories at American Girl Doll and Lid’l Dolly’s, Christmas goodies at The Incredible Christmas Place, and just about everything else at Old Time Pottery.
So you can see, Pigeon Forge offers all kind of fun for every definition of the word!