Find complete information for getting around Pigeon Forge during your next visit.

Pigeon Forge Mass Transit trolleys are a convenient and economical way to move about our city. Like many service industries, we’re experiencing a staffing shortage which has reduced the number of trolleys we have in service. We apologize for longer wait times, but we’re working to get more trolleys on the road as soon as possible. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to improve your experience in Pigeon Forge.

Pigeon Forge Mass Transit Trolleys

Pigeon Forge Trolleys

The Pigeon Forge Mass Transit trolleys travel to more than 200 official stops in Pigeon Forge, as well as select locations in Gatlinburg and Sevierville, for a modest fare. Stops are a short distance from restaurants, attractions, shops and theaters.

Pigeon Forge Parkway

Pigeon Forge Parkway

U.S. Route 441, also known as the “Parkway,” runs through the middle of Pigeon Forge and continues through the town of Gatlinburg and on through Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Many of Pigeon Forge’s top tourist attractions can be found along this six-lane strip.

Free Parking

Patriot Park – 186 Old Mill Ave.

Municipal Lot – 2936 Teaster Lane (between The Island and the LeConte Center)

Mountain Lot – 2989 Teaster Lane


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