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.

Spooktacular Halloween Event

Every year, the Pigeon Forge Community Center hosts the Spooktacular Halloween Event, a safe, non-scary, family trick or treat event the Thursday before Halloween. Vendors from local Pigeon Forge businesses will be passing out candy to the kids. Many have fun displays and interactive elements to enjoy. It’s a totally free event, and a must-attend tradition.

Great Pumpkin LumiNights

Great Pumpkin LumiNights! at Dollywood

As part of Dollywood’s Harvest Festival, thousands of illuminated jack-o-lanterns will fill the Timber Canyon and Wilderness Pass areas of the park. Other exciting features of Great Pumpkin LumiNights include a glowing maze, pumpkin carving demonstrations, glow-in-the-dark face painting, meet and greets with Halloween characters such as Harvey the Pumpkin, Vine Vinny and more!

Halloween at The Island in Pigeon Forge Tennessee

Trick of Treat at The Island

Go trick or treating on Halloween night at The Island in Pigeon Forge. Get unlimited rides for $5 when you wear a costume and enjoy live Bluegrass music throughout the evening on the Ole Smoky Stage.

Fall Foliage in Pigeon Forge and Smoky Mountains

Fall in Pigeon Forge and the Smoky Mountains

Smoky Mountains are a popular destination for young and old alike no matter what time of year. The Pigeon Forge area offers an abundance of fall activities and attractions that are perfect for a family getaway or weekend trip for two.

Explore more fun family events and things to do in Pigeon Forge this Halloween!