Halloween in Pigeon Forge really brings life to this beloved holiday in the Great Smoky Mountains. There are many reasons to spend fall in Pigeon Forge but did you know that they have some amazing events planned for Halloween? Let’s take a look.
Halloween Trick-of-Treat at The Island in Pigeon Forge
The Island in Pigeon Forge is not only the home to the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel but offers restaurants, shopping and things to do for the entire family. Join their FREE laid-back, family-friendly Halloween event with trick-or-treating throughout The Island from the hours of 5-8pm. Guests in costume can purchase a 48-hour unlimited rides pass for only $5.
Annual Spooktacular Halloween Event at the Pigeon Forge Community Center
This year on October 24th the Pigeon Forge Community Center hosts a family trick or treating event. This non-scary event is held the Thursday before Halloween and features local businesses as vendors offering candy. This totally free event will also have entertainment and a haunted house.
Safety Day will be the same date as the Spooktacular Event, from 3-7 pm in the Community Center parking lot. There will be fire and police vehicles on display for kids to check out, K-9 demonstrations, along with other interactive vendors focused on safety. Kids will also be able to trick or treat at these vendors!
Halloween at Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud
Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud Show and Adventure Park features world-class lumberjacks that compete in high-energy events such as chopping, axe throwing, tree climbing, log rolling and more. Head to Lumberjack Square on Halloween to find a safe and fun trick or treating area organized by the Merchants of Lumberjack Square. Kids can enjoy free candy, fun events, and a free ticket to the show when in costume. After the candy, stay for the show at 7 pm to watch world class lumberjack compete in daring events!
Dollywood’s Candy Night presented by Mast General Store®
Dollywood’s Candy Night is happening on Oct. 21 from 5-8 and all the candy is free for children 12 and under with park admission! You won’t want to miss out on all this free candy located at six different stations throughout the Great Pumpkin LumiNights area!
Have a spooktacular time during your October Pigeon Forge visit, and share the fun on Instagram using #MyPigeonForge.
Author: Stacie Connerty