A Mountain Quiltfest

Would you believe one of the most popular events in Pigeon Forge’s long calendar of special events has nothing to do with hot rods, Dollywood or Christmas? In fact, it has to do with quilts, and as you can probably gather from an event called “A Mountain Quiltfest”, quilting is serious business in Pigeon Forge! Read More …

Chuckwagon Cookoff

The Chuckwagon Cookoff is a late Winter/early Spring pastime here in the Smokies where we like to give people the opportunity to “Go West!”… in East Tennessee! The Chuckwagon Cookoff, formerly known as Saddle Up!, is a weekend where several venues and areas will be giving willing participants the opportunity to live out their cowboy/cowgirl Read More …

Get Ready For Spring To Break!

While the Smoky Mountains have not seen round-the-clock cold temperatures or particularly weather snowfall as of yet, we are aware much of the rest of our visitors in our nearby states and regions have gotten much more their fill of Winter and are probably looking towards a Spring Break to provide a particularly good and Read More …

Additional Attractions – New For June 2017

It’s been a while since we posted any new attractions for visitors to consider on their Smoky Mountain getaway, so here’s a quick look at some we hadn’t already covered. These might turn into more developed entries to our site here in time, but for now we have these to introduce you to: * Alcatraz Read More …

Dolly Parton’s Lumberjack Adventure

If you thought Dolly Parton’s Stampede was a wild ride and a good show, then come to the Island in Pigeon Forge where you can find Dolly Parton’s Lumberjack Adventure on the parkway in Pigeon Forge! Formerly the Lumberjack Feud, the hit show was so popular that the company behind Dollywood and Dixie Stampede purchased Read More …

Dolly Parton’s Stampede

Pigeon Forge is known for being the Country music capital of East Tennessee and that fact is punctuated with the many Southern music theaters and outlets, but none have had more of an impact or legacy in Pigeon Forge as Dolly Parton’s Stampede on the parkway. For more than a quarter of a century, the Read More …

The Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge

Among the pantheon of attractions in Pigeon Forge, the Titanic Museum serves as something of a double oddity because not only does it seem to really stick out as a subject and theme (the most famous ship disaster up in the Smoky Mountains) but also because the museum is one of the classiest things we’ve Read More …

Dollywood

Dollywood is the second biggest attraction in the Smoky Mountains and only second to the mountains themselves. The amusement park is one of the main reasons for the city of Pigeon Forge’s continued popularity and Dollywood tops itself year after year to live up to its already enormous hype. If you hear someone call it Read More …

The Island – Pigeon Forge, TN

For the longest time, The Island was Pigeon Forge’s infamous vaporware attraction that spent years in paused production. Today, The Island has more than made up for the time spent by providing one of the highest quality town centers you could find in the entire state! While the name “The Island” might give the impression Read More …