Things to Do During Spring Break in Pigeon Forge

With more than 70 attractions, music and dinner shows, Dollywood and the Smoky Mountains, it’s easy to see why Pigeon Forge is the place to be for family fun!

Here are just a few of the many things to do with the kids this Spring Break in Pigeon Forge.

Dollywood's Festival of Nations

Dollywood’s Festival of Nations Welcomes the World

The annual Festival of Nations at Dollywood is a fascinating, multi-cultural celebration that features traditional music, dance, food, and artwork from around the globe. This year, see and hear the Flamenco Kings, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, National Dance Company of Siberia, Invaders Steel Orchestra, and more. Festival of Nations a fun, educational and exciting experience for the whole family.

Start Your Engines

Pigeon Forge is home to several fun parks that feature go-kart racing, plus a whole lot more. Each has a variety of ways to entertain, including arcades, mini-golf, and thrill rides. With more than 10 different racetracks to choose from, it’s easy to find at least one that fits your inner Speed Racer. Maybe you should try them all just to be sure.

 

This Spring Make a Break for Dollywood

With nearly 50 rides and attractions, Dollywood Theme Park is a spring break mecca of family fun. Get soaked at the Daredevil Falls logging camp. Or if you want to stay dry, check out Dolly’s Home On Wheels — a chance to go inside Dolly Parton’s personal tour bus. The Festival of Nations provides an opportunity to experience cuisine, music, artistry, and culture from around the world. In addition to rides and entertainment, you’ll find plenty of delicious and down-home country cookin’ at more than 20 different dining options.

Take in the Majesty of the Great Smoky Mountains

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 are already open for the season, including Clingmans Dome Road. Explore more hiking trails and waterfall hikes to enjoy during your visit to Pigeon Forge. And don’t miss Wilderness Wildlife Week, running from May 18 – 22. This weeklong event offers exploration of the Smokies with Guided hikes, photography seminars, hands-on arts and crafts demonstrations and more.

Reel in the Fun at the Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament

Perfect for children and adults, these seasonal, 2-day trout tournaments include more than 10,000 trout stocked in more than 20 miles of streams. Enter for a chance to win more than $10,000 in cash and prizes.

 

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