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Your Perfect Pigeon Forge Spring Break

When spring break rolls around, you won't have to look far to find things to entertain the kids. Attractions, shows, and adventures are awaiting you in the Smoky Mountains this spring.

Top 5 Pigeon Forge Things To Do in May

May is rolling in and so are some great family events in Pigeon Forge!! The weather is getting warmer, the trees and flowers are in full bloom, and best of all, school is almost out, so it is the perfect time to getaway and have a little…

Spring Hiking in The Smokies

The warm weather, blooming wildflowers, and the sprouting trees mean it’s time to head for the mountains. Most roads within Great Smoky Mountains National Park have opened for the season, including Clingmans Dome Road that opened a week…

25th Annual Wilderness Wildlife Week

Looking for some educational fun for the family and something that won't break the piggy bank? Winterfest is still going strong in Pigeon Forge and it is time for Wilderness Wildlife Week. This fun-filled nature event will run from January…

Winterfest Is Coming to Town

The holiday season is quickly approaching and Pigeon Forge is gearing up for the 25th Annual Winterfest. This year's Winterfest is set to kick off on November 11, 2014 and will run through February 28, 2015. This big event showcases the…

Smokies News: Wilderness Wildlife Week in Full Swing

Wilderness Wildlife Week (WWW) is in full swing here in the LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge. You’ll be hard pressed to ever find a better event which features the geography, culture, flora and fauna of the Smokies than this one. Wilderness…

Live From Wilderness Wildlife Week!

Wilderness Wildlife Week™ is now in full swing and attendance is as big as ever. Hundreds gathered today despite the bad weather to come in and enjoy the many exhibits and classes offered. Attendees David and Lois Donaldson of Michigan…

Pigeon Forge Vacation Day 2

Trivia Question: What is the Most Visited National Park? (Hint: It isn’t Yellowstone, Yosemite or the Grand Canyon) It’s Great Smoky National Park—more than 550,000 acres that straddle Tennessee and North Carolina that attracts more than 9…