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About Pigeon Forge

Pigeon Forge cabin rentals provide the perfect home base for exploring this family friendly destination in the eastern part of Tennessee. The town boasts plenty to do with many attractions and breath-taking nature trails, overlooks, and water falls. With an amusement park, country music reviews, and mini-golf courses galore, it won’t be a question of what to do but what you have time to do.

Things to Do

Pigeon Forge marries manmade attractions to natural ones beautifully. The majesty of the area with the Smoky Mountains National Park, means hiking is one of the most popular activities. The park also has a number of paved roads allowing visitors who don’t enjoy hiking to take in the gorgeous vistas. Dollywood Amusement Park is open nine months out of the year and offers thrilling rides, foot-stomping shows, and educational wildlife performances. In town, the Titanic Exhibit is hard to miss as the building resembles the famed ship. Go karts, zip lines, and mini golf are popular attractions as well.

Climate 

Set amidst the Smoky Mountains, the temperatures are comfortable year round. The temps remain in the 70s to upper 80s seven months out of the year. Nights are cooler. The winter months bring averages in the 50s. This year-round destination enjoys a change of seasons with the bright color of wildflowers peppering the meadows during the spring, yielding to the verdant greenery of summer, the enchanting fall foliage, and finally the twinkling lights of Winterfest in the village.

Food

Pigeon Forge may not be a foodie’s first choice for gourmet, experimental fare, but this town serves up good old-fashioned comfort food and lots of it. There are many pancake restaurants in town cooking up some of the most mouth-watering flap jacks you’ve ever experienced, and don’t forget the fluffy biscuits.

Shopping

The village offers a number of stores to explore, from decadent fudge shops where you can watch taffy being pulled to traditional souvenir shops. There are many artisans in town producing unique handmade pottery and hand-blown glass treasures. Pigeon River Crossings is a nearby outlet with more than 80 stores, and The Island is an entertainment complex that features shops, attractions, and restaurants with many Pigeon Forge cabin rentals nearby.

Events

No matter what time of year you visit Pigeon Forge, there's always an event going on. Its many parades and car shows can cause congestion in its ...

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