You will never be bored in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Whether you camp in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, rent a rustic cabin in the mountains or stay in a posh hotel hugging the strip on Main Street, you'll enjoy the serene mountain setting. The Dollywood theme park, founded by country music legend Dolly Parton, features the Festival of Nations and seasonal Christmas shows.
Pigeon Forge is a bustling town brimming with things to do during the day and into the evening. Because it is central to the Smoky Mountains, Gatlinburg, Cades Cove and Clingman’s Dome are all within a short drive via Highways 441 and 321. You can forget about traffic as you hop aboard the Funtime Trolley. Remember to book your trolley journey early for the Winterfest Trolley Tour of Lights.
Pigeon Forge hosts events throughout the entire year. The Spring Trout Fishing Tournament, Miss Tennessee Pageant, car shows and Yama Con, which celebrates Japanese culture and anime, appeal to many. Seasonal events, such as the Bluegrass Festival, Christmas in the Smokies and the New Year's celebration, draw visitors from near and far. You can shop for mementos year-round at nearby outlet stores or in the gift shops on the Strip, what locals call Parkway Avenue.
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