Pigeon Forge, Tenn. is located within Sevier County and is
about five miles north of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
The city is a wonderful town with plenty of opportunities for family fun
wrapped in wholesome values and Southern hospitality!
Along with the beautiful Smoky Mountain
scenery, the city offers a number of things to do. You can
find everything from city parks to attractions!
Start planning out your visit and order a free copy of the PigeonForge, Tennessee Travel Guide. Below are a few insights for every traveler:
Throughout the year, Pigeon Forge, Tenn. is the site of
a number of carshows and parades. Expect to experience traffic delays during these events. We suggest, that
you note the dates of these events and plan your travel plans accordingly. All
events are subject to rescheduling or cancellation. To confirm event dates and
times contact us at the Pigeon Forge Department of Tourism.
Seat Belt Laws
The state of Tennessee has a mandatory seat belt law requiring
all vehicle passengers to wear seat belts. There is also a mandatory child
restraint law, that requires children (infant to 12 years of age) be secured in
a child safety seat and/or in the back seat of the vehicle.
Cell Phone Use
Making and receiving calls while driving in Tennessee is
allowed, unless you have a learner’s permit. Also please be aware that it is
against the law to text and drive in Tennessee.
Traveling with Pets
Check with your veterinarian to ensure that all required
vaccinations are up to date and have proof of rabies vaccination and a current health
certificate with you when you travel. Make sure your pet has proper
identification with a current tag or microchip. Your pet’s collar should also include
a travel tag with information on where you are staying while away from home.
In the state of Tennessee smoking is prohibited in all enclosed
public places. With a few exceptions, the smoking ban applies but is not
stores and shopping malls
arenas, including enclosed public areas in outdoor arenas
lobbies, reception areas, hallways and other common-use areas
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