THINGS TO DO ON HALLOWEEN IN PIGEON FORGE
Scary. Creepy. Spooky. And Fun.
Halloween at Pigeon Forge is one of the best times of the year to visit. The entire month of October is filled with spooky thrills and frighteningly fun things to do for the whole family. In fact, why not stretch the Halloween weekend into a family mini-vacation? Just load the car up and pay us a visit for some cozy fall fun in Pigeon Forge. There is so much to do, it’s scary.
Great Pumpkin LumiNights at Dollywood
Sep 23 – Oct 29
Great Pumpkin LumiNights returns during Dollywood’s Harvest Festival to light up the night with thousands of creatively carved pumpkins and larger-than-life pumpkin icons. Discover the NEW Hoot Owl Hollow, an enchanting hideaway for a gigantic, glowing owl and its dozens of hooting friends.
Coasts & Goblins at Rocky Top Mountain Coaster
Weekends throughout October
The annual Coasts & Goblins event at Rocky Top Mountain Coaster features Fright Nights each weekend throughout October. Riders will delight in the hills and thrills of this mountain coaster complete with amazing lights and spooky goblins, ghouls and ghosts.
The Pigeon Forge Community Center will once again host the Halloween Spooktacular on the Thursday before Halloween. Vendors from local Pigeon Forge businesses will be decorating for Halloween and handing out candy. It’s a totally free event, and a must-attend tradition.
Hallo-Wine ‘Tasting’ Masquerade Event
TITANIC Museum Attraction throws its first Hallo-Wine Masquerade Event this October. This tasting event features wine pairings with Willamette Valley Vineyards and a special performance by renowned, International Cellist Elena Bosworth. Enjoy a spirited evening with friends and good cheer!
Halloween Trick of Treat at The Island
Trick of Treat at The Island takes place on Halloween night. Kids can enjoy trick-or-treating at The Island in Pigeon Forge from 5pm – 7pm, and throughout the night enjoy spooky fountain shows and music!