What to Do in Pig​​​​eon Forge




The list of stuff to do in Pigeon Forge is a long list full of many exciting activities. Located in the Great Smoky Mountains, the Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg area has become one of the most popular vacation destinations in the entire world. What makes this area so special? The Great Smoky Mountains provide unimaginable scenery with its beautiful landscapes, vast forests, and clean rivers. This is nature at its finest. What separates the Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge area from other Great Smoky Mountain areas is its long list of attractions. Over 100 attractions add to the long list of stuff to do in Gatlinburg; here is a list of just a few of the area’s most famous attractions….

Great Smokies Flea Market
One of the world’s largest flea markets with over 1,000 rotating indoor and outdoor vendors. Obviously, this is no ordinary flea market. Extra amenities like free wi-fi, live entertainment, RV campgrounds, and food sampling separate this giant flea market from others. The Great Smokies Flea Market is a truly great place to find countless bargains and hidden gems you won’t find anywhere else.

The Wonders of Magic
Check out Terry Evanswood, the longest-running magic act in Pigeon Forge. Evanswood performs a suspenseful escape act - given 30 seconds to escape from a 36-inch descending steel buzz-saw while bound by locks and chains. Along with this act are thrills and illusions, which together have made Evanswood an internationally-recognized magician. He has been awarded the Merlin Award, a huge achievement in the world of magic. Other magicians to be awarded the Merlin Award are David Copperfield and Sigfried & Roy.

Ripley’s Haunted Adventure
This multi-million dollar haunted house is unlike any other haunted house anywhere in the world. State-of-the-art thrills and a Ripley theme make it incredibly unique. Daytime laser tag adds a unique element that accelerates the family fun. Each person is given one laser gun and one chance to make it out of the house alive.

The Gatlinburg/Pigeon area also provides many different hotels and cabins to rest at and many unique restaurants to eat at. People can camp, enjoy the cabin experience with many to choose from, or stay at a Holiday Inn. Families can dine out at Shoney's or Taco Bell, or they can visit a Pancake House with pancakes made from scratch. The options are endless, and that is why tourists continue to come back year after year!

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