Blog posts for "Pigeon Forge Attractions"
The height of summer signals the perfect time to visit the Great Smoky Mountains. With so many family-friendly things to do in July, you'll have no trouble finding a long list of activities for all ages to fill your vacation wish list. Here are just a handful of ideas to make the most of a Smoky Mountain summer.
Wander along the sidewalks of Pigeon Forge's premier shopping center, Walden's Landing, and you'll find quaint storefronts, sidewalk cafes, and…an Egyptian pyramid? It may seem out of place amid the small-town style architecture, but the newest attraction in family-friendly Pigeon Forge promises lots of excitement for everyone.
Remember when you and your college buddies would head to the wilderness for a few days of much-needed R & R? It's harder and harder to get away now that everyone has kids and other responsibilities, but if you're ready to spend some time just hanging out with the guys, you can't do better than the Great Smoky Mountains.
Summer has arrived in the Great Smoky Mountains, and it's time to get on or in the water! Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Wears Valley are the perfect places to kick off your summer vacation, so grab your beach towel and let's start planning.
After doing the outside must do's like hiking a trail and walking around Dollywood, sometimes you truly can't stand our peak summer heat and humidity for another day. Here are some indoor cool (literally) places that the entire family can enjoy together while here in the Smokies.
It's spring in the Gatlinburg area, and music is in the air – from cafes to churches to Dollywood to dinner theaters. What's more, there's something for every taste, from country to rock to Broadway. So, you're sure to find plenty of options for a memorable musical experience.